D.A.B. N. College Chikhali
Shivaji University, Kolhapur
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Aravind Adiga’s debut novel The White Tiger won the Booker Prize in 2008. The Booker Prize made him famous overnight and received an ample response from every corner of the world. This novel studies the distinction between India’s rise as a contemporary world economy and a crushing rural impoverishment in which the central character of the novel Balram progress. The novel presents dark aspects of shining India and exposes corruption within the country. It conjointly depicts, two classes of the people are raised in Indian society on the idea of money power. It’s the sensible piece of literary perfection in which two class of Indian life is finely portrayed. This paper is an effort to research the novel with specific focus on the notion of class consciousness to indicate how class discrimination paralyzed the life of the people in India. Adiga very aptly tries to unfold the class consciousness of the nation within the novel.
Keyword: Class, Consciousness, Global, Economy, Poverty.