AGPE THE ROYAL GONDWANA RESEARCH JOURNAL OF HISTORY, SCIENCE, ECONOMIC, POLITICAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCE 2021-10-23T15:38:37+00:00 Dr. Vikrantshah Atram Open Journal Systems <p>AGPE The Royal Gondwana Research of History, Science, Economic, Political and Social Science is Online &amp; print research Journal| Journal is Multidisciplinary | A Peer Reviewed and open access indexed research journal | Our Journal is devoted to Professors, Research Scholars, Students, Teachers, Educationists for the recent studies &amp; research.</p> <p><strong>ISSN (P)</strong>: 2582-8800</p> <p><strong>ISSN (E</strong>): Applied</p> <p><strong>Type of articles</strong>: Research Papers, Survey Papers, Review Papers, Informative article, Case studies, Short report and Comparative studies.</p> <p><strong>Frequency:</strong></p> <p><strong>For Print: </strong>Annual (1 issue per year)</p> <p><strong>For Online:</strong> Quarterly (4 issues per year)</p> <p><strong>Area covered:</strong> Multidisciplinary</p> <p><strong>Accepted languages:</strong> English, Hindi and Marathi</p> <p><strong>Medium: </strong> Print &amp; Online </p> <p><strong>Publishing body:</strong> Adivasi Gondwana Bhasha Prachar Bahuudheshiya Shikshan Sanstha Tipagad Warora.</p> <p><img src="" alt="" width="512" height="203" /></p> <p class="CDt4Ke zfr3Q" dir="ltr"><em><strong>Inauguration of AGPE The Royal Gondwana Research Journal in Gondwana University, Gadchiroli (Maharashtra State) </strong></em><em><strong>on 07th February 2020</strong></em></p> <p class="CDt4Ke zfr3Q" dir="ltr"><a href=""><em><strong>Scope of Research papers (Click here)</strong></em></a></p> GENDER ISSUES IN MAHESH DATTANI’S ‘SEVEN STEPS AROUND THE FIRE’ 2021-10-23T14:40:49+00:00 Shauli Mukherjee <p style="text-align: justify;">Mahesh Dattani is an authentic and realistic voice in the arena of contemporary Indian plays written in English. His play Seven Steps Around the Fire was first broadcast by BBC Radio on 9th January 1999 as Seven Circles Around the Fire. It was premiered on stage by MTC Production and The Madras Players on 6th August 1999. The play is a living reflection of Dattani’s abiding interest in the lives and experiences of a sexually marginalized section of the Indian society -- the eunuchs. The main plot of the play revolves around the central character of Uma Rao, a Ph.D. scholar in Sociology, daughter of a Vice-Chancellor of Bangalore University and the wife of a Superintendent of Police. Uma, using rather unconventional means, uncovers the hushed up truth behind a murder in the city’s hijra community. The murder victim, Kamla, a beautiful eunuch had been secretly married to Subbu, the son of a wealthy government minister who, in order to avoid scandal, had the young hijra burned to death, and quickly arranged for his son to marry an ‘acceptable’ girl, befitting his social status. The corrupt police department in order to protect the minister from scandal, arrests Anarkali, an innocent eunuch, on the charge of Kamla’s murder. However, Anarkali’ s imprisonment lays bare a wide range of possibilities that offer scope to the readers of the play to inspect the manner in which hijras are treated in mainstream society.</p> 2021-10-23T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 TRADITIONAL OCCUPATIONS OF NOMADIC RAJGOND TRIBE 2021-10-23T14:48:40+00:00 Vivek Roy K.M. Metry Dr. Kumar <p style="text-align: justify;">Nomadic tribes are the primitive tribe across the globe. They are the one who not along have played a vital role in preserving, conserving and predicting natural resource an eco system but also thought subsequent environment to use scientifically and commercially in the earlier days despite lack of facilities educative techniques they made themselves competent enough for transportation, logistics selling and buying their products and produce the medium of trans potation like hand crafts, bull carts, rolling pads are the some of their inventions. In India we can find out many tribes like a Munda, kol Gond, Pardi etc among them Rajgond tribe also one. As the name, once they were the doctors of Royal families (Rajvaidya) and they had strong and historical background of their patronage. Nowadays they are engaged with small occupations like selling Spices (Masala) winding wire, Cleaning Ear, Selling Tea, and Groceries, but traditional occupation of herbal medicines is still continuing, and many of them well versed with Ayurvedic Medicinal knowledge.&nbsp;&nbsp; They were competent and wise enough in the earlier ancient ages to have there are equally effective medicinal system, even today their medicines are equally effective and relevant and even claimed on to be par with the modern medicine known as allopathic. A lay man, common man to intellectuals such as IAS, IPS and Public servants are regular users of their medicine and has an unbreakable faith in their medicinal knowledge and expertise.</p> 2021-10-23T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 TRANSGENDER PERSON’S RIGHT TO HEALTHCARE 2021-10-23T14:56:54+00:00 Saransh Sharma <p style="text-align: justify;">Transgender community in India has been a subject of systematic discrimination for centuries and because of this discrimination, the access to right to health of the community has been in a chokehold. The Supreme Court through its judgment in NALSA paved the way for progressive and affirmative rights for the community and there were a lot of expectations from the Transgender person Act, 2019 but the Act has simply failed to deliver. Especially in the healthcare front, the policies in India have been inadequate to say the least. This article explores how in India there is no systematic right to health and hence, it is essential that there must be a law that confers it and in case of the transgender persons, this legislative intervention becomes imperative. Another facet of this article is the possible justifications for the State to provide gender affirmative healthcare services. I build upon the already existing principles such as autonomy and medical necessity.</p> 2021-10-23T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 IMPACT OF THE TOURISM SCENARIO IN THE TAMIL NADU ECONOMY 2021-10-23T15:03:17+00:00 S. Dhanasekaran <p style="text-align: justify;">Tourism is important for the economy of Tamil Nadu. Emerging states like Tamil Nadu Tourism have become one of the key sectors of the economy, which contributes greatly to GDP and employment. Tourism is one of the greatest growing service industries in the country with excellent potential for further increase and diversification. Tourism plays an important role in the economic growth of any state. This significantly helps the government to make jobs for a large number of people. Moreover, it is one of the imperative engines that attract more foreign exchange with its force. We need to focus on liberal policies, reduction of taxes, comprehensive packages and the impact on tourism and foreign investment.</p> 2021-10-23T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 PERSISTENCE OF MODERN TIMES: AN INTERACTION STUDY WITH INDUSTRIAL WORKERS, REFLECT ON ARTISTIC WORKS 2021-10-23T15:11:35+00:00 Barun Mandal <p style="text-align: justify;">Subject of man and machine is not a new thing in twenty first century. The debate for this particular subject belongs to long ago where mechanism of a man is increasing day by day. But the way it reflects everywhere it’s not the same, where alienation and migration does not work for shake of labourer’s economic issues. But also, there is aesthetic sense of workers work and relationship with machines. Aesthetic the way they work, the way they look their appearance and family background. Along with aesthetic sense artistic work comes automatically. The visualization done by the artist is personal and sensitive observation. Geographical location and typography of this particular area have documented through photography and art works. The inventor brought some inventions through medium which is apart from mechanism of art and relate with western techniques.</p> 2021-10-23T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 DR. B.R. AMBEDKAR’S THOUGHTS AND INDIAN GOVERNMENT POLICIES FOR WOMEN EMPOWERMENT IN INDIA 2021-10-23T15:17:22+00:00 Shantaram Sonawane <p style="text-align: justify;">This article provides an overview of Dr. B. R. Ambedkar’s thoughts and how these thoughts are important in present government policies for women empowerment. This is the qualitative type of research and inductive approach has adopted for the conclusion. In the rising India where seemingly more and more women enter various fields to work alongside men there are many struggles that they put up to achieve where they are and there are many more glass ceilings that they need to break open and move up before they achieve a position of complete equality. Dr. Ambedkar’s exposure the western education and his deep understanding western philosophy and ideals made him appreciate the climate equality that prevailed and aspire for the same to the disadvantaged sections of the society which included women of India. Dr. B. R. Ambedkar expressed his views on the state of life of all women. He stated that women must be treated equally and given equal prestige. He insisted on Hindu Code bill suggesting the basic improvements and amendments in assembly. He also insisted and evoked all the parliamentary members to help to pass the bill in parliament. Eventually, he resigned for the same. The teachings and thoughts of Dr. Ambedkar are useful not only women but also all the Indian even today. His deep concern and feelings for all round development of women is expressed from his each sentence and word.</p> 2021-10-23T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 A STUDY OF WEB 1.0 TO 3.0 2021-10-23T15:23:19+00:00 Kamlesh Patil <p style="text-align: justify;">The WWW is more and more used for application to application communication. The programmatic interfaces made available are referred to as web services. Most people today can hardly conceive of life without the internet. The web of documents has morphed into a web of data. The semantic wave embraces three stages of internet growth. The first stage, web 1.0, was about connecting information and getting on the net. Web 2.0 is about connecting people putting the “I” in user interface, and the “we” into a web of social participation. The next stage, web 3.0, is starting now. It is about representing meanings, connecting knowledge, and putting them to work in ways that make our experience of internet more relevant, useful, and enjoyable.</p> 2021-10-23T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021