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Vijay Tendulkar is one of the finest playwrights in Indian theatre. His plays express his deep concern for society. He deals with the themes that genuinely interested him and were vital, i.e. the several social problems the Indian society was beset with. He prods us to think by portraying these problems in a frank and objective manner. Instead of aiming at making the audiences laugh or weep, he aims at forcing them to think. He has expressed his vision of the rottenness in contemporary society with an unflinching realism.

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Adhe-Adhure is a very famous drama that skillfully presented man-woman relationship with greater altitude and courage in the field of literature which is written by Mohan Rakesh, a renowned short story writer, play writer and Novelist. The drama is written in Hindi in original and published in 1969. But later it is translated in many Indian languages including English. Many social problems are presented and discussed by the play writer, Mohan Rakesh in this drama besides man-woman relationship such as personal problems, frustration, collapse of traditional values, moral values and sexual relationship. He also presented all these problems into his short stories and novels because he is rebellion by birth and by nature therefore he transmitted his rebelliousness into his creation.

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The end of the cold war has changed the notion of security. In classical terms, security primarily means to defend and safeguard the territorial integrity and autonomy of the nation. In other words security envisages protection and welfare of the state from other neighboring states. But the process of globalization has changed the whole world “a global village”. States and communities have come together to promote their shared interests either forgetting or ignoring their differences. This changed environment has also led changes in the concept of security. The scope of the studies on security has therefore expanded with the emergence of diverse concepts like cooperative security, comprehensive security, human security, non-traditional security. In such an interdependent world, the multidimensional concept of security has given way to social, economic, political, cultural security also. The globalist approach to security addresses issues of global inequality, poverty, human rights, democracy, individual and group security, sustainable economic development, protection of environment etc. The importance of energy raised energy security question and energy security turned to the integral part of a countries foreign as well as domestic policy. The energy security became one of the major components of the security by states. In this paper an attempt has been made to analyze and evaluate India’s energy security policy. Simultaneously, this paper explains the ever-increasing gap between India’s energy vision and its energy reality.

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Swami Vivekananda the young vibrant monk of 19th century India, was proud of belonging to a culture with a long tradition of respecting the womanhood. He was very much influenced by the tradition of India’s gifted women who were intellectually and spiritually enlightened. Citing the examples of women characters of Ithihasas and Puranas, he highlighted the roles the Indian woman played to selflessly fulfill her duties or Dharma at different stages of life. He would wax eloquent on Sita, the central woman character in Ramayana and exhort Indian women to make Sita their role model. Inspired by the culture of India which regarded woman as embodiment of Divine Mother, he taught the world to respect the ideal of motherhood in every woman. He believed that the ideal of motherhood depends on the qualities like love, sacrifice, responsibility, compassion and tireless service in women. Vivekananda was firmly against the modern Indian woman’s tendency to imbibe western thoughts and culture through imitation. He strongly believed that imitation of western materialistic thoughts and culture will not help to bring about any social progress in a country like India, where spirituality and morality determine the social life of the people. He urged that social and intellectual progress of women in India should be promoted only by preserving their individuality and cultivating faith in them. He suggested that women should be guided by their inner voice, controlling their sense organs which help them cultivate the power of concentration, dedication and renunciation in their work. He believed that women will be fit enough to hand over the Nation’s cultural heritage to the future generation only if they become fearless, faithful to one’s own self and preserve the grace of womanhood in their very character

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One who is covered with the great oceans as clothes, one who cares for all living beings in the universe, one who gives life through the streams of milk that flow in the form of rivers, one whose breasts are in the form of the great mountains, O Mother Earth, wife of Vishnu forgive me for placing my feet upon you.” (Vishwamitra Smriti, 1/44-45), reads the prayer in the translated version in English.