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Volume 3 Issue 1

December 2017

Reverberation of Globalisation on Indian Diasporic Literature
Ms. Vandana, 
Researcher, 
Department of English, 
Deen Dayal Upadhyay Gorakhpur University, 
Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh, India
Abstract
The image of the Indian community situated on a road to perfect harmony defined by the mainstream may equally be seen in a different light. The temptations of measuring any historical phenomenon in terms of progress are attractive but they do not grasp the complexity of uneven development and even more importantly, they miss the elements of contradiction, a rich and veritable presence of forces that shape diasporic identity’. The second and third generational issues are of main concern to the internal mechanics of how the Indian community functions and how it treads the waters of an aggressively and rapidly changing culture' and these concerns surface as a major issue of representation in cultural gatherings, writings and even films and television shows' in the European Union. Though there were several hiccups (in the form of racial hatred that they encountered from the host nations) that at times led to race riots, the Indian diasporic community strove towards development I that paid off so well that today they are a force to be reckoned with in their own particular spheres. The last forty odd years that saw the emergence of the Indian diaspora as a major force within the world community is the saga of its progress and achievements. The impact of the globalisation process is seen in the diasporic Indian community's qualities of resilience and continuity wherein all the fragments manage to coexist together.
Keywords
Globalisation; Diasporic; Transnational; and Literary Identity
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