Man Booker Prize-winning Aravind Adiga's debut The White Tiger is an uplifting and engaging novel about poverty and inequality without being sentimental. So this novel is an important novel in India. The novel is written entirely from the servant's point of view. The narrator uses the word "dark" to describe the current situation in India, where the poor are trying to achieve a dual goal. In the novel, the narrator shows the lives of the poor in India in a realistic and understandable way. Adiga's White Tiger is the best novel that attempts to show the varied and most violent effects of the great powers in modern India beyond the organized origins of the natives. This article attempts to analyzeAdiga's perspective on the current scenario of the poor in India. The White Tiger is the story of one man's search for freedom. Balram is the protagonist of the novel and a victim of poverty and injustice. Balram, the victim, achieves his goal by escaping his lower class, overcoming all the societal problems that once beset his family and becoming a successful businessman by killing his master and stealing his money. This is how Adiga's novel paints a painfully honest picture of modern India.
White Tiger, Social Evils, Poverty, Injustice
A. Subhashini , M. Saranya "Aravind Adiga’s The White Tiger: A Study of Depiction of social evils in Indian Society" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals Volume 6 Issue 10 2023 Page 620-623
A. Subhashini , M. Saranya "Aravind Adiga’s The White Tiger: A Study of Depiction of social evils in Indian Society" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals, 6(10)