Importance Of Nationality In The Novel Home And The World

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A Brief note on Nationality:
According to my perception, nationality means belongingness to a particular nation by birth or by nationalization, it also comprise when people have common tradition, culture, values, ethics, origin or often a nation. For example, immigrants of same nationality often seek out for each other, this usually defines their sense of nationality and belongingness.
Nationality is also considered as a legal relationship between a state and a person, and nationality usually grants protection by the state to the people, and few obligations towards the state on the people. It’s only because of nationality that people have basic rights and duties towards their state, and these rights and duties vary from country to country.
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The character of Bimala is more devoted to her husband; she is very obedient and tries to force herself to be respectful to her nagging sister-in-law. However she falls ‘in love’ with the character named Sandip and she slowly unaccustomed herself from the role of a traditional housewife and become more confident, daring and make herself free from the confined limits of a woman and easily talks with Sandip, who is not her husband. Through her plight, the readers got a chance to get to know about the particular traditional Indian housewife and her transformation from a good house wife to a modern and independent Indian woman.
Where the mind is without fear:
In 1900, the poem ‘Where the Mind is Without Fear’ was composed. The poem was inspired by many of the Tagore’s poem such as ‘Gitanjali’, as it was one of the successful work by Tagore translated in English. This poem inspires the readers in many ways. It raises the hope and new aspiration in the minds of the readers. With the sense of free- thinking, undivided, dynamic nation, the poem has inspired Indians with its different

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