Write a 3 page essay on Question: Comparative Perspectives on South Asia.
In this community, ethnic and the religious differences have had obvious gender effects. With Nepal having a heterogeneous population structure drawn along the ethnic lines. For example, from Hindu high-caste women, to the Thakali women who are accredited for their business mindedness to the Limbu women who are liberal and free to divorce as well as remarrying, the women in Nepal have relations that have been historically structured very differently. According to Farida Shaheed, though the fusion between religion and politics, as well as its impact on women, has been frequently scrutinized through an exclusive political science rhetoric drawn along the state power dynamics, the approach seems to be very inadequate. According to Tamang (2009), in Pakistani, and probably the world over, the political contestations are seen to be agitated by the economic and cultural factors. In this society, a politico-religious project that champions for the gender-normative regulations can be visible in the dress codes, the restricted activities, and their seclusion.
As early as 1953, uncertain liberalism had become even more complicated when it came to women with General Ayub Khan mobilizing an anti-woman-head-of-state religious opinion that sought to remove his rival Fatima Jinnah in the 1965 presidential elections. Before 1977, in Pakistani, the female fraternity was the victim of the state’s negligence as well as the patriarchal outlook, which blocked curtailed progress with no serious attempts to reverse their rights. Interestingly, this rule was differentiated on so many levels. Feminists have to address the problem of class differences (Tamang, 2009. p. 63). For example, Pakistani women compose of interesting contradictions and contrasts with the doctors, professionals, academicians, engineers and doctors differing significantly from their rural