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The paper analyzes a study of feminine awakening in the motto of Kamala Markandaya. Kamala Markandaya has tried a review of what a woman in the Indian sets up aspires to be post-independence. Women have a significant place in Kamala Markandaya's novels. Her staging of feminine towards an account of women's emotions and judging Indian womanhood's battle with male reality. The noticeable fact is that her novel’s opening is vital for woman. Kamala Markandaya treats woman not as a member of society, but as a liberated her own individual identity in the male-oriented and patriarchal society. She explores the actual social and emotional bonds chain of women. Her female protagonists like Rukmani, Ira, Mira, Roshan, Nalini, Helen, Lalitha, Mohini, Usha, Valli etc., who have shown that they are not inferior to their male counterparts in any way.  Kamala Markandaya's perception is definitely a prelude of fresh awakening as the seeds of women recognition, which Markandaya shows all in her novels; will grow into mature trees in the writings of stalwarts like Anita Desai, Nayantara Sahgal, R.P. Jhabvala and Shashi Deshpande.

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