|Postcolonial Novels and Theories|
|Reading and Teaching barbara Kingsolver's Poisonwood Bible as Postcolonial|
|The "MIssionary Position" and the postcolonial polity, or sexual difference in the field of Kenyan colonial knowledge|
|Kim, Huck and Naipaul: Using the Postcolonial Bildungsroman to Re(define) Postcoloniality|
|Race and Postcoloniality|
|Newspaper cuttings related to Hindu dowry||
Waging wart on the dowry burning of Hindu brides.
SA Indians free of Evil customs
An Abhorrent custom
|The Hindus of South Africa||
The Hindus constitute the largest religious group of the Indian population of South Africa, being a little over sixty per cent The other forty per cent. is made up of Moslems, Christians and Buddhists. The Hindus fall into two major sections and divide into four linguistic groups.
|Our Chapel isn't big enough|
|Chief Lucas Mangope|
|Nkosi Sikelel iAfrika|
|Dr Abdullah Abdurahman (1873-1940)|
|Dr John Philip|
|Lieut. F G Farewell|
|Non-racialism: Botswana, Lesotho and Swaziland|
|Social consequences in a resettled community||
The Theoretical approach to resettlement
|South Africa, The complex country||
The treatment of Indians in South Africa is again discussed at the present meeting of the United Nations. This article is offered as an objective back ground to the discussion.....
|The Position of Indians in South Africa||
I speak as an Indian who was born in South Africa. and has lived all his life in a city. Some 95 per cent. of the Indians in the union arc South African-born, and about 70 per cent. of us live in areas classified as urban; so I am not in any way unusual.....
|Our plucky sisters resist” Indian Women and the Passive Resistance Campaign of 1913||
During the first half of the 20th century, Indian women, were at the forefront of protest politics: the 1913 and 1946 passive resistance strikes, and the Defiance campaign of 1952 are examples of women’s courageous and bold participation. Yet, we know very little about their activities.
|The Glory of Indian Womanhood||
FROM time immemorial Sita, Savitri, Damayanti, Nalayani, Anasuya, and Draupadi have been regarded as sacred ~deals of Indian Womanhood as they are sublime and exemplary- characters who have exalted womanhood to the height of divine perfection.....