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GithaHariharan has a vast creative output to her credit. She is a severe and sensitive writer. Being a conscious person, she has observed human life, social structures, and grown along with the changing paradigms. The Ghosts of Vasu Master focuses on how patriarchy attributing stereotype images of women. Vasu Master’s mother Lakshmi and his wife Mangala, exhibit the stereotype of traditional Indian women. Mangala is a perfect example of this stereotype of Indian women. As a wife and mother, she has delicate feminine sensibility and modesty. Patriarchal society considers the superstitious nature of Mangala as one of the significant features of the Indian stereotype. Mangala represents thousands of other Indian homemakers who are the source of production, but not the owner of the product.

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J. Jenifer Nancy, & . K. Radah. (2020). Stereotype Indian Women In Githa Hariharan’s The Ghosts Of Vasu Master. History Research Journal, 5(6), 2772-2777. Retrieved from https://journals.eduindex.org/index.php/hrj/article/view/17757