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Research Article | Open Access
Volume 13 2021 | None
SOCIOCULTURAL FORCES AND WOMEN'S STATUS IN ANCIENT AND MEDIEVAL INDIA
Ashok Ramchandra Panse, Dr. Ravinder
Pages: 1106-1108
Abstract
This research paper explores the changing roles, difficulties, and contributions of women in ancient and medieval India, focusing on the impact of sociocultural factors. The study aims to conduct a comprehensive review of existing literature, integrating previous research to provide a comprehensive analysis of the sociocultural elements that have influenced women's societal position. The methodology used is a qualitative and descriptive approach, integrating historical analysis, primary source investigation, and sociocultural context. The results and findings of the study is to provide a thorough investigation of the complex interplay between sociocultural factors and women's societal standing, enriching our understanding of the historical experiences of women in India. The study's findings will contribute to our understanding of women's historical experiences in ancient and medieval India.
Keywords
Women's Roles, Gender Dynamics, Societal Influences, Gender Equality, Cultural Context
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