In it, he continually discussed issues of society's well-being involving population control through use of contraceptives. He explained the use of contraception would help prevent unwanted pregnancies and induced abortions. Karve proposed that the Indian Government should take up a population control programme, but was met with opposition.
However, they had a higher status in scriptures. They are considered as the perfect home maker in the world. With their incomparable quality of calmness of their mind, they can easily handle even toughest situation.
Indian women are completely devoted to their families. Their condition remains unchanged even during the modern times with only little changes. Their condition becomes even worse when they gave birth to girls. Men treated them in a humiliated manner.
They were not only permitted not to step outside their house but also abstained from being educated.
Women were prohibited from prohibited from taking external matters as well as domestic matters. However, their status varied a lot depending on the period which they were living us illustrated below: In addition they were properly educated in the early Vedic period.
These references are available from the works of Grammarians such as Katyayana and Patanjali. Women also had the freedom to select their husbands. Women status in medieval India The status of women in India deteriorated during the medieval period with the entrance of the Muslims.
Several evil practices such as female infanticide, sati and child marriage were practiced during this period. Women also excelled in literature, music and arts. They were also rulers during this period. Nur Jahan is still considered as the most effective ruler by the society.
In spite of these powerful women, the condition of poor women remained the same. At this time girl were forced to get married at a very tender age. The society also practiced Sati where women were forced to jump over the burning bodies of their husbands during funerals.
The southern India also practiced Devdasi tradition where girls were forced get married to trees or deity. Women status in modern India During this time there was a little development in the women status. Their education was elevated and English was introduced during this period.
Various female writers emerged in the society.Tinted engraving: a rather typical representation of a Hindu woman about to plunge into the flames of her husband's funeral pyre. "The widow now ascends the funeral pile, or rather throws herself down upon it by the side of the dead body" (Ward ).
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