Urmila Pawar

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Vaishnavi Mahurkar
  Fiction:   Pawar, Urmila.2003.Aaydaan.Mumbai:Granthali Prakshan. Pawar, Urmila.1990.Chauthi Bhint.mumbai:Sambodhi Prakashan. Pawar, Urmila.2004.Haatcha ek.Mumbai Akshar Praksahan. Pawar, Urmila.1990.Sahav Bot.Mumbai:Sambodhi Prakashan.   Interviews   Interviews with Pawar 1998, Amihi Itihas…
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Vaishnavi Mahurkar
Urmila Pawar’s autobiographical work, Aaydaan, translated by Maya Pandit as The Weave of My Life: A Dalit Woman's Memoirs, is an important milestone in Dalit women’s writings. This article will highlight some of the key aspects of the text which reveal the viewpoint of Dalit women. Often, the upper…
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Vaishnavi Mahurkar
  Urmila Pawar (b. 1945) belongs to the Mahar community and grew up in a small village near Ratnagiri in the Konkan area. Her father’s insistence on educating the children eventually led to Pawar’s moving to the city of Mumbai to study. She went on to become a prominent figure: an activist involved…
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