Domestic violence is a major contributor to physical and mental ill health of women and is evident, to some degree, in every society in the world. The World Health Organization reports that globally 29% to 62% of women have experienced physical or sexual violence by an intimate partner. Ending gender discrimination and all forms of violence against women requires an understanding of the prevailing culture of bias and violence. The present study was conducted in a rural area in India.
• To assess the level of Domestic among married women
• To associate the level of domestic Domestic violence along with Selected Demographic Variables
Material and method: Study conducted by using the descriptive design, using Convenience sampling technique.
Statistical Analysis Used: The collected data was organized, tabulated, analyzed and interpreted by using descriptive and inferential statistics based on the objectives of the study.
Results and Conclusion: The present study result shows that among 50 married women 6(12%) had severe domestic violence. There was a significant association between occupation, income, religion, type of living and habit of partner and there was no significant between age in years, education, type of family and type of work. The study concluded as most of the married Women had severe domestic violence. There is a need to conduct on Mass awareness programmers control and prevention of domestic violence In Selected Village at Nellore.