A Study of the Psychology of Women Characters in Vijay Tendulkar’s Sakharam Binder

Poonam Matkar, Vikas Jaoolkar


Vijay Tendulkar is one of the most eminent playwrights of post-modern India and through his plays, has focused on the evils taking place in the society. We, as human beings are endowed with the most superior minds. We are considered to be the most intelligent beings on the planet and that, with changing times has given rise to numerous ambitions and desires. These emotions, if not fulfilled, give birth to enormous pain. We are left agitated, frustrated, unhappy and what not about our helplessness. These negative emotions bear the fruit of further animosity towards our fellow beings. In this research paper I will try to discuss the psychology of such two prominent women characters of Tendulkar’s play Sakharam Binder who show us two different sides of the same society.

Keywords:Women, psyche, morals, sins, virtue.

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