Print ISSN: 2204-1990

Online ISSN: 1323-6903

Keywords : alienation

Human, Nation And Spirituality In A Precarious World

Sadulla Atamuratov; Vahob Kuchkarov; Asliddin Sultonov

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 1, Pages 1794-1804

The authors critically analyze the properties of modern civilization, its achievements and certain problems of nation as a whole. The decisive criterion of development is considered high spirituality. According to the authors’ thesis, the development of science leads humankind into the abyss. It is philosophically proved that if the progress of science and technology does not harmonize with high spirituality, then such development leads humanity to disaster.

Diasporic Distresses and Female Expression in the poems of Meena Alexander and Sujata Bhatt

Sapna Thakur; Sharanpal Singh

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 1, Pages 3804-3813

Present paper deals with Meena Alexander’s River and Bridge and Sujata Bhatt’s Brunizem. It attempts to show how the female poets have discovered their own voices and developed their sensibilities. Alexander and Bhatt both are diasporic poets. Indian Diasporic poetry addresses the issues of alienation, displacement and rootlessness and explores the problems of migration and diasporic life. Diaspora is a huge and vast concept in literature. Indian writers have immensely contributed to the growth of Diasporic poetry in English. Many Indian women poets write about their personal experiences, displaying feminine consciousness. The women poets of Indian diaspora have migrated to and settled in various countries like Denmark, Germany, Australia, England, and USA. Though they have settled abroad, they are connected to Indian soil and differ from Western behavioral patterns. Their poetry reflects the tensions caused by their Indian psyche in the alien situation. They express diasporic distress and female expression through their poetry. Meena Alexander and Sujata Bhatt successfully manage diasporic distress and try to assimilate into the new culture. They discovered that separation from mother tongue meaning loss of identity and feels alienated. Both the female poets talk about universal fear of poets: the fear of leaving “no word… “no following voices”, and the fear of becoming a “nobody” is present in their poems. The purpose of the paper is to highlight the improved status of women in diasporic community. Diasporic women poets cannot compromise like an average woman with any imposed situation. Their poetry makes a transformation from traditionality to modernity. It is an expression of their changing attitude towards society.