Woman as a Symbol of Sacrifice in Kamala Markandaya’s Novel Nectar in a Sieve


  • C. Athiyaman, Dr. V. Radhakrishnan


The social acquaintances among India and England in any event which were brought to the fore by political relations were never uneven. As we state that the Romans thought they were the champions and had a lot to gain from the Greek who were the triumph. Also Indians offered to the British a colorful display of life and multicolored prototypes of customs, habits, conventions, a rich well off of theory dependent on its antiquated social legacy. There has been a consistent increment in the study of Indian English. However as a subject of scholastic exploration of Indian English writing has for quite some time been ignored.