Thousands of people turned up to see Fatboy Slim at the second of two trial nightclub events in Liverpool. This afternoon people started arriving at the warehouse, which is just outside the city centre and next to the River Mersey. The two nights will have been attended by a total of six thousand clubbers who were able to move about the venue free of the restrictions that have been in place for much of the pandemic. Clubbers going to see Fatboy Slim in Liverpool for nightclub trial event. There was a deafening cheer and goosebumps all round when Yousef came on stage to Free by Ultra Nate and a confetti cannon erupted on the line "Cause you're free, to do what you want to do.
Send us any query related to your research on editor ijirt. Telephone: Email: editor ijirt. Umagandhi , G. Ruba Keywords: Feminism, subjugation, Feminine, Self-Effacement, Gender Biased, intolerance, Patriarchal Abstract Githa Hariharan, a well-known Indian woman author, has tried to focus on the deeply entrenched biases of Indian society against the feminine gender. The novel The Thousand Faces of Night deals with the issues of feminism as well as the issues of gender and identity also. In it, she tries to explore mainly the lives of the typescript namely, Devi, Sita and Mayamma who survives in male subjugated society.
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In order to liberate herself, the woman needs to empower herself to confront different institutional structures and cultural practices that subject herself to patriarchal domination and control. This research paper analyses how the Indian English fiction writer, Githa Hariharan uses the genre of fiction as a medium to transmit the culture to learners exhibiting the Indian myths in a detailed manner, proves myth making a survival strategy and shows how woman survives even in the odd situations of her life and reveals the survival tactics adopted by women in otherwise a mundane world. Githa Hariharan articulated Indian myths taken from the Ramayana and the Mahabharata and relates them to the women characters of her first novel, The Thousand Faces of Night. Her stories seek to establish a link with lived experiences; myths for her were possible resolutions of a perplexing reality.