THE PSYCHOLOGICAL TRANSFORMATION OF THE EDUCATED IN DIKSHA BASU THE WIND FALL
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 5817-5818
AbstractThe main purpose of the novel “The wind fall” Diksha Basu represents the psychological transformation of the educated middle class into upper class. In India, the Education plays a vital role because the Indian middle classes strongly believe that the Education can change the social and economic set up of the society. The Educated society in India, have some radical and lasting changes in Indian social set up. Due to the impact of British Rule for 150 years, the western culture has both positive and negative effect on the Indian culture. The rampant westernization amongst Indians is leading to the gradual decline of the Indian culture and traditions. Diksha Basu brings the frustrations and aspirations of a common middle-class man tries his best to climb the ladder of the social status through his Education. The Protagonist of the novel Mr.Jha fifty two year old who became successful later part of his life like every Indian his dream came true. But the people around him believes that his lucky wind fall of money. But he is the one to know the real struggle he faced in order to make this fortune. The newly acquired wealth leads them.
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