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Indian Women in Warli Movement
Indian Women participated whole heartedly in Warli Movement. The latter was a peasant movement in western India in which the woman’s activist Godavan Parulekar played a most prominent role. The movement was one in a series of movements in which women participated following their radicalisation in the freedom movements such as the Quit India Movement.
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