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Empowering of Muslim women through radical educational change: a case study of Magrahat block II, south 24 Parganas, West Bengal

Author: 
Biswajeet Saha
Subject Area: 
Social Sciences and Humanities
Abstract: 

Empowerment of Women is the newest contemporary issue in the present day context. We are the civilised people and we are proud to be Indian but there is a big question has raised recently that are we really civilized Indian, because it has been considered properly that there is a discrimination between male and female and the Indian superstitious people make this discrimination line markedly since last decadal era. Our Indian Constitution has established the fact, there is no neglecting or separating boundary between male and female and everybody should empower their opinion independently and this opinion might have justified in changing the curse of civilisation. Women are now become deprived from the context of family, education, decision making, and societal administration as well as deprived from getting equal opportunities in the sector of employment. In this context, Magrahat, Block II, study area has been taken into consideration to point out the scenario of deprivation of women from the context of rural West Bengal. This study area is under Diamond Harbour subdivision and a gargantuan number of women belong to Muslim community and most of them are illiterate and even being deprived in the context of education, social customs as well as administrative empowerment. These women’s are being victimized by physical and mental tortured by their family members as well as by their neighbours. Therefore they have been discriminated as an illiterate Muslim women in between the boundary of literate Muslim and Hindu women. Education or establishment of women education is the only way out through which these Muslim women will get the equal opportunity and they will bring the empowering status in the rural village Magrahat. Therefore, in this research paper an attempt has been made to point out the problems of Muslim women in the Magrahat village followed by some strategic educable suggestion through which these women will make their position further in the base of education, societal change, rituals and societal decision followed by some stringent suggestions which will bring the empowerment of Muslim women near future in Magrahat suburb.

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