International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 3, Issue 6, Part J (2017)
Diasporic dream and struggle for self identity of jasmine in the novel jasmine by Bharti Mukherjee
The term diaspora is used to refer to any person or ethnic population included to leave their traditional ethnic homelands, being dispersed throughout the other parts of the world and the ensuring developments in their dispersal and culture. The migration of Indians as professionals, labourers and traders to the rest of the world is a continuing saga of Indian migration. Indian females when migrate in an another country what effect comes in her psychology that is clarified by Bharti Mukherjee in her novel Jasmine. But that diaspora is a kind of diasporic dream for her. Jasmine has the urge to go abroad because of the suffocated atmosphere for female survival in her own native place India (Hasnapur). This whole journey is her struggle for self-Identity. She realises her self-identity in her complete freedom and in her finding out the best suitable circumstances in which she can live freely.
How to cite this article:
Poonam Dhiman. Diasporic dream and struggle for self identity of jasmine in the novel jasmine by Bharti Mukherjee. Int J Appl Res 2017;3(6):643-644.