Women characters in economic activities and their social status as reflected in nil Kamal brahma’s short stories
Dr. Dipali Kherkhatary
Nilkamal Brahma, a pioneer among Bodo fiction writers who for the first time used modern techniques and styles opening the door of modernism into Bodo literature. He portrays various social pictures by depicting satirical and ironical situations and character. Most of the short stories are based on Bodo society. In his short stories writer tries to depict the social life. In the writings of Nilkamal Brahma, there are a myriad of human characters as evident from his versatile plots in his short stories. However, the researcher shall limit herself to the discussion on women characters alone within the ambit of this paper. Keeping in view to this aspects the paper attempts to highlight the women characters engaged in business and economic activities and social status of the Bodos that has been depicted in the short stories of Nilkamal Brahma.
Dr. Dipali Kherkhatary. Women characters in economic activities and their social status as reflected in nil Kamal brahma’s short stories. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development, Volume 4, Issue 7, 2017, Pages 487-488