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Personality Of Arundhati Roy Essay

4144 words - 17 pages

Personality Traits of

Suzanna Arundhati Roy
A prominent social leader

Submitted to
Prof. Rajesh Kumar

Submitted by GROUP-7
Kumar Priyank(60020) Kunal Pahuja(60022) Laloo Prasad(60023) Mobashir Ahmad(60024) Sonia (60037) Surabhi Maheshwari (60040)

Chandragupt Institute of Management Patna
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
We take this opportunity to express our profound gratitude and deep regards to our guide Prof. Rajesh Kumar for his exemplary guidance, monitoring and constant encouragement throughout the course of this project. The blessing, help and guidance given by him from time to time shall carry us a long way in the journey of life on which we are about to embark. ...view middle of the document...

One must never forget about its own existence and always believe in oneself. An individual must never kneel down to violence, and injustice. Life has different shades and it needs courage to stand for truth. Life is beautiful and the best way to live it full is to seek happiness in all of its shades. She believes, we human often tend to make things difficult by changing it because of our dissatisfaction towards it. There are things that are simple and need not to be complicated and vice versa. Strength is a form which can bring a positive change in the society therefore we must always put an emphasis on strength. Society is a fabric and we all are thread. We must always strive forward keeping our eyes wide open and trying to understand, and differentiate between truth in fallacy, justice and injustice, freedom and oppression. Looking away from a problem is an easy way out. Rational people get on their knees, get all their strength together and fight for justice irrespective of the consequences. Leaders don’t show their back, they lead and never ever have an element of fear within them because life is a gift and its sole purpose is to influence life around. One must always remember what they have been through, what they have faced and struggle done, injustice faced, oppression witnessed and battle fought and lessons to be passed to the next generation so the world remembers there were people who stood against the army of fallacy, being fearless and won, and won it emphatically by just believing in their rights and standing by the side of truth.

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EARLY LIFE AND CHILDHOOD
Arundhati Roy was born on 24 November 1961 in Shillong, Meghalaya, India, to Ranjit Roy, her father was Bengali Hindu tea planter and mother Mary Roy was a Malayali Syrian Christian. Later she shifted to Aymanam in Kerala where she spent her childhood, she didn’t get formal education in her early life, her mother homeschooled her until the age of ten, before she began attending regular classes and then went to school at Corpus Christi, Kottayam, followed by the Lawrence School, Lovedale, in Nilgiris, Tamil Nadu. She left Kerala for Delhi at age 16, and embarked on a homeless lifestyle, staying in a small hut with a tin roof within the walls of Delhi's Feroz Shah Kotla and making living selling empty bottles. She then proceeded to study architecture at the Delhi School of Architecture, where she met her first husband, the architect Gerard Da Cunha. She spent very little time with her father during her lifetime, Roy instead focused on her mother's influence in her life. Her mother Mary Roy was a political activist, won an unprecedented victory for women's rights in Kerala. Through her persistence, the Supreme Court granted Christian women in Kerala the right to have an inheritance.

BEGINNING OF CAREER/IMPACT ON THE WORLD
  Though trained as an architect, Roy had little interest in design, she dreamed instead of a writing career. After graduating, Roy...

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