Depiction of Indian Culture in the Works of Bhabani Bhattacharya
- Bamboo Factory To Employ Tribals. // India -- West;2/21/2014, Vol. 39 Issue 14, pA42
The article offers information on the plan of the government of Maharashtra in India to build an advanced bamboo processing unit in Gadchiroli, a tribal dominated district in Maharashtra, to provide tribal people with direct employment.
- THE BLENDING OF TRADITION AND MODERNITY IN BHABANI BHATTACHARYA'S MUSIC FOR MOHINI. Pawar, Shivaji // Review of Research;Apr2014, Vol. 3 Issue 7, p1
Bhabani Bhttacharya occupies an important place in the galaxy of Indo- Anglian novelists after the first trio Anand, Narayan and Raja Rao. He is one of the leading Indian English novelists of the older generation.
- The Intangible as Cultural Heritage. Zama, Margaret Ch. // Marg: A Magazine of the Arts;Jun2012, Vol. 63 Issue 4, p94
An essay is presented that examines the cultural heritage of the Mizo people of north-eastern India (Mizoram). Particular focus is given to the values of the Mizo people, which include concern for the welfare of others, selfless sharing and respect for elders. Additional topics cussed include...
- MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH CARE (EXPERIENCE FROM BHARIA TRIBE OF PATALKOT VALLEY OF MADHYA PRADESH). Abbad, A.; Roy, J.; Sahu, K. B. // Journal of Family Welfare;Jun2006, Vol. 52 Issue 1, p1
The article discusses the maternal and child health care practices of Bharia tribe of Madhya Pradesh, India. Members of the Bharia tribe are mostly uneducated and live in a poor socio-economic condition. Due to poverty and ignorance, they lack proper education on modern medical facilities. They...
- A Dream in Hawaii. Coppola, Carlo // World Literature Today;Summer84, Vol. 58 Issue 3, p472
Reviews the book "A Dream in Hawaii," by Bhabani Bhattacharya.
- Placing Indigeneity. COELHO, GAIL // Asian Ethnology;2014, Vol. 73 Issue 1/2, p39
The Betta Kurumbas are one of more than sixteen indigenous groups of the Nilgiri-Wayanad hills of southern India, a region that, since the nineteenth century, has experienced wide-ranging cultural and political changes, including extensive immigration by people from other parts of India. This...
- Chandra Lekha in He who Rides a Tiger by Bhabani Bhattacharya. Madhumitha, J.; Mathiaparanam, Poornavalli // Language in India;Sep2009, Vol. 9 Issue 9, p1
The article focuses on the portrayal of the woman character Chandra Lekha in the novel "He Who Rides a Tiger," by Bhabani Bhattacharya. The Hindu goddess Kali is cited as a fitting backdrop for the protagonist. The main female character is used by the author as a tool to describe the sufferings...
- EXPLORING SPIRITUAL CONSCIOUSNESS IN R. K. NARAYAN'S THE GUIDE AND BHABANI BHATTACHARYA'S HE WHO RIDES A TIGER. MEHTA, Naveen K. // Studia Universitatis Petru Maior - Philologia;2012, Issue 12, p148
Spirituality is the drawing out and infusion of spirit in one's life. It is also realized as an active and passive process. Spirituality is also described as a capacity and tendency that is innate and unique to all persons. It moves the individual toward knowledge, love, meaning, peace, hope,...
- Unscrupulous Hunger and Chaotic Scenarios in Babani Bhattacharya's So Many Hungers. Babu, A. Ramesh; Srikanth, N. Ramesh Chandra // Indian Streams Research Journal;Aug2012, Vol. 2 Issue 7, Special section p1
Bhabani Bhattacharya's first novel, So Many Hungers!, is one of the first pieces of creative writing born out of the agonized torment of body and spirit endured by the sacred soil of Bengal during the hideous famine years and the early stages of the Second World War. The novel deals with not...