The White Tiger By Gandhi Language Analysis

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Non Existence of Gandhi words in India is portrayed in Aravind Adiga’s “The White Tiger” Suresh M Assistant Professor, Department of English, Scad College of Engineering and Technology, Tamilnadu, India.627414 Abstract: The objective of this paper is to analyse the existence of Gandhian words in India. In the novel “The white Tiger” Aravind Adiga pictures the non existence of Gandhian words in India. Bribes, Slavery, Prostitution are some of the vices pictures in this novel. This paper compares society with the novel. Key Words: Religious In difference, Bribery, Slavery, Mafia Bosses, Murdering, Youth avoid villages, Money minded people, Polygamy, Denied Education, Prostitution in Capital. Introduction Aravind Adiga portrays the Social indifference i.e.,…show more content…
This paper is framed according to MLA 7th edition. Religious In difference India is noted for secular country. In this country, people can lead their life without any religious and caste in difference. The current situation of India is picturised in the novel “The White Tiger”. The character Ram Persad hides himself as a Hindu for the sake of employment. Actually he was a Muslim. The practice of Untouchability is registered in this novel. The Character Mr. Ashok regrets when he taps Balram, because he is a worker and belonged to other community. Even now the particular people of this country cannot mingle with one another for a ceremony. Bribery The most sin in India is bribery. According to Law, Giving and Receiving bribe is offence. The Character Mr. Ashok and his family are ready to bribe the government ministers for their business without any guilty. “We are driving past Gandhi, after just having given a bribe to a minister.” Through this character the novelist registers the worse condition of this

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