Reflection of Women Deprivation in Pashto Folkloric Poems
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Review Papers | Education Management | Afghanistan | Volume 8 Issue 11, November 2019

Reflection of Women Deprivation in Pashto Folkloric Poems

Mohammad Hashem Otmankhel

Honestly Pashtuns communities have strict and ethnical (tribal) structure, in such communities, womens life is so hard. These communities are warriors made by men for men in which only men deserve full membership of independence, authority and right. In these communities, women obey men in all aspects. If there are not male children in family so women are inheritance to their descendants to marry her to elders, sell it for money (traditional marriage/compulsory marriage) or give her as revenge of a conflict. Young girls and boys cannot sit, state their love freely selected as wife and husband, it is such a big sin which its only penalty is death. Here the love sinful person is killed.

Keywords: Pashtun Women, Deprivation, Folkloric Poems and Lindy

Edition: Volume 8 Issue 11, November 2019

Pages: 1560 - 1563

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Mohammad Hashem Otmankhel, "Reflection of Women Deprivation in Pashto Folkloric Poems", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/search_index_results_paperid.php?id=16111901, Volume 8 Issue 11, November 2019, 1560 - 1563

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