Topic   Significance of using myth in the novel      Paper 4 Indian writing in English           Name Devendra A Joshi    ...
IntroductionFreedom – movement in IndiaThe Brahmins and the pariahsOrthodox Advaita VedantaThe social, political and m...
According to Joseph Campbell..,  “Myth are public dreams,    Dreams are private           Myth”.
Significance Of Myth Part in Indian life Physical phenomena The stories in Ramayana and the Mahabharata Compare two lo...
Return of Rama to AyodhyaGandhi and HanumanSatyagrahi in prisonKrishna in kansa’s prison
The HarikathasLocal sastriScholar and poetFine singerHarikathamanSiva and parvatiStruggles of the countryHindu – Mo...
Mythical TechniquePolitical PropagandaLikened to RamaRed man to RavanSake of Bharat Mata or Sita
ConclusionMythic referenceParticipate in the Epic Struggle and identitySwadeshi,Swaraj andSwatantra
According to Roland Barthes   “Myth is neither a lie Nor a       confession it is an           Inflection.”
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  • Hello Devendra,
    you have discussed how myth used in Kanthapura and throughout the presentation you were faithful to your topic.I realy like your point of mythical technique. good quotations.keep it up.
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Paper-4 The Indian Writing in English

  1. 1. Topic Significance of using myth in the novel Paper 4 Indian writing in English Name Devendra A Joshi Class M.A. Sem-1Submitted To Prof. Dilip Barad (Head of English Dept. M. K. S. Bhavnagar University)
  2. 2. IntroductionFreedom – movement in IndiaThe Brahmins and the pariahsOrthodox Advaita VedantaThe social, political and mythologicalElevation and dignityChief character are goods
  3. 3. According to Joseph Campbell.., “Myth are public dreams, Dreams are private Myth”.
  4. 4. Significance Of Myth Part in Indian life Physical phenomena The stories in Ramayana and the Mahabharata Compare two loving brothers or friends, Rama and Lakshman Foreign rulers are compared Ravan and Gandhi Domination of foreign rules
  5. 5. Return of Rama to AyodhyaGandhi and HanumanSatyagrahi in prisonKrishna in kansa’s prison
  6. 6. The HarikathasLocal sastriScholar and poetFine singerHarikathamanSiva and parvatiStruggles of the countryHindu – Moslem unity
  7. 7. Mythical TechniquePolitical PropagandaLikened to RamaRed man to RavanSake of Bharat Mata or Sita
  8. 8. ConclusionMythic referenceParticipate in the Epic Struggle and identitySwadeshi,Swaraj andSwatantra
  9. 9. According to Roland Barthes “Myth is neither a lie Nor a confession it is an Inflection.”
  10. 10. Thank you

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