This was immediately followed by another decade, which witnessed an increased concern for equity and poverty alleviation.
It might have been because she embodied in so many ways the aspirations of the new India, or because of the gruesome nature of the act, or because it happened in an urban metropolis, not in the remote hinterland, or because it was simply one assault too many. Nationalism became the pre-eminent cause.
This was newly researched and expanded with the vision to create 'logical' and organic links between feminism and Marxism, as well as with anti-communalism and anti-casteism, etc. His views on many issues installed a new confidence among women and a consciousness that they could fight against oppression.
The colonial intervention in the 19th century was no longer confined only to the market or polity but was intruding into the areas of our culture and society, and this could affect transformation in the social fabric of Indian society.
As a result, social structural inequalities of race, nation, class, caste or gender correlate with asymmetries in the production, reproduction and deployment of social scientific knowledge Patricia UBEROI,p.
Therefore, there was a need for the proper care of women's rights.
There were no attempts to alter the power structure and the man-woman relation in society. As a result, they were not only to be reared differently but treated differently also.