“In every sphere of life men have either substantially limited the rights of women, or made the ability of women to exercise their rights subject to the whims and caprices of men. Such an attitude never existed among the primitive human beings who lived at the dawn of human history. Nor had primitive men conceived of the deceitful practice of establishing their supremacy by keeping women in bondage in the name of social purity. Even today among primitive races we do not find significant lack of magnanimity concerning the freedom of women.” – P.R. Sarkar, 1959

Women’s Rights, P.R. Sarkar

Social Justice for Women, P.R. Sarkar

From Matriarchy to Patriarchy, P.R. Sarkar

The Slave Trade in Women in Bengal, P.R. Sarkar

Economic Democracy: The Foundation of a Neo-Humanistic Family, Gayattrii Ghista

The Oldest Form of Slavery, Garda Ghista

The Dignity of Women: a Spiritual Approach, Garda Ghista

Women at the Mercy of Globalization, Garda Ghista

Women’s Liberation Struggle, Ac. Krtashivananda Avt.

The Path of the Yogini, Cetaná

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