‘Girls’ is a short story by the author Mrinal Pande who was born in Tikamgarh, Madhya Pradesh. She studied initially at Nainital and then completed her Master's degree from Allahabad University. Later on she studied English and Sanskrit literature, Ancient Indian History, Archeology, Classical M
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‘‘Boys and Girls’’ was first published in 1968 in The Montrealer, The story, narrated by a young girl, details the time in her life when she leaves childhood and its freedoms behind and realizes that to be a ‘‘girl’’ is to be, eventually, a woman. The child begins to understand that
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Mrinal Pande (born 1946) is an Indian television personality, journalist and author, and till recently chief editor of Hindi Daily, Hindustan. She left Hindustan on August 31, 2009. She is appointed chairperson of Prasar Bharati, the apex body of official Indian Broadcast M
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summary of girls by mrinal pandey
The story 'Girls' deals with the way Indian women is treated in our society. it basically tells us the unjustified idolatry of the male child and a woman's sensitive perspective and the hypocrisy of some rituals. it shows us how we treat women in our moder
Mrinal Pande's 'Girls' - (around 300 words)
‘Girls’ is a short story by the author Mrinal Pande who was born in Tikamgarh, Madhya Pradesh. She studied initially at Nainital and then completed her Master's degree from Allahabad University. Her first story was published in the Hindi weekly Dhar
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summary of girls by mrinal pandey
The story 'Girls' deals with the way Indian women is treated in our society. it basically tells us the unjustified idolatry of the male child and a woman's sensitive perspective and the hypocrisy of some rituals. it shows us how we treat women in our modern socie
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