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International Journal of Research in English

Vol. 5, Issue 2, Part A (2023)

Social and human aspect in the roadside saints

Author(s):

Ravi Ranjan Kumar

Abstract:

Roadside living people are not classified. In one frame of scale they are weighted. Pants master, Gypsy, Jamna, Madhi Bai, Basco these characters are equal because they sell but what they have, it is different from each one. There is no religious shadow. They are suffering from identity crisis. They are living with on identity; that is no identity. Politics, business, skill, diplomacy are dealt in own way. But money is essential commodities for all class. Poverty is issue. Money should come from all the way by hook or crook. Social relation is also strong and fighting is common among them. It seems they are illiterate but human feeling, emotion, love, affection lie in them as it is occupied by some boss who decides what he has to do. Roadside people are oppressed. Their past is ordeal. They are shifted to that unregistered place because they have valid reason. In the palace or public place the situation for politics, love, affection is the same. Here it is more danger. It you are young beautiful lady, you always are lured by someone or to become like tigress to live.

Pages: 46-48  |  260 Views  72 Downloads


International Journal of Research in English
How to cite this article:
Ravi Ranjan Kumar. Social and human aspect in the roadside saints. Int. J. Res. Engl. 2023;5(2):46-48. DOI: 10.33545/26648717.2023.v5.i2a.125
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