Kalayan Rao, is a contemporary Dalit writer, dramatist, and ideologist. His main idea convenes about the outcast (Dalit) and their struggle to earn their identity in society. His first novel was written in Telugu Antarani Vasantam (2000) that is later translated into English as Untouchable Spring (2010) and into Tamil as Theendatha Vasantam (2014). In English, Untouchable Spring depicts the historical documentation of the painful life faced by untouchable outcasts (Dalits) in a narrative style. In the Indian ideology, women are more responsible for caring out all the family duties than men in society, outcast women are trained to be obedient and patient against women suffering in their own families and society. Sometimes they need to torment the brutal behavior of the male chauvinism society which underestimates women’s power as comparatively weaker than men and gives no importance to raise up their voice in front of men and society specially in case of outcast women. Women of the same lineage are victims of social discrimination. Some women emancipate their voices and others remain passive in the hope of change. This article deals with the outcast community, especially the women who are humiliated and marginalized due to the cast group they belong.
Emancipation, Humiliation, Male Chauvinism, Marginalization, Outcry Introduction
Divya Joy Femina. P , S. Nithya Devi , Dr .G. Aruna "Serfdom of Outcast Women at the Crossroads in Kalyana Rao's Untouchable Spring" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals Volume 6 Issue 10 2023 Page 565-567
Divya Joy Femina. P , S. Nithya Devi , Dr .G. Aruna "Serfdom of Outcast Women at the Crossroads in Kalyana Rao's Untouchable Spring" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals, 6(10)