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The act of sex appears mechanical, robotic and animalistic. The traumatic sexual violence meted out to numberless women at the time of partition demolished all sense of self, existential or social, granted to them by established patriarchal system.
In Studies in the Psychology of Sex, the British physician Havelock Ellis argued for the absence of a clear distinction between aspects of sadism and masochism, and, moreover, restricted sadomasochism to the sphere of eroticism, thereby divorcing it from abuse and cruelty.
But it also draws my attention to the fact that the protagonist who is otherwise a violent man, loses his entire ability to sexually reciprocate to his aroused partner and seems to be completely dishvelled due to the distorted society around. Beginning right from the foreplay to the unpredictable murder of Ishwar Singh, we see Kulwant taking over with authority and trying to satisfy herself.
The sadist may also harbour an unconscious desire to punish the object of sexual attraction for having aroused his desire and thereby subjugated him, or, in some cases, for having frustrated his desire or aroused his jealousy.
These behavioral patterns seem to be expressed explicitly in the character of kulwant kaur. She appears to be a woman who would appreciate some violence while making love to her partner. Eventually, the reader comes across two kinds of display of sexual violence. The author therefore portrays two different form of sadomasochism. The former though not intentioned to be detrimental unintentedly leads to the death of the protagonist and the latter exhibits the harsh, animalistic and virulent nature of these partitioned souls.
The literature written during this time expresses this violence sometimes explicitly and sometimes in a non-chalent manner. But one thing very commonly seen is the prevailing idea of deriving pleasure by inflicting pain on the fellow individual who belongs to a different community.
Sadism may also represent a kind of displacement activity or scapegoating in which uncomfortable feelings such as anger and guilt are displaced and projected onto another person. India was progressing a towards a newer time..
Now lets connect this thought to the atcual occurences during partition. At least Amid the massive confusion and panic, up to 1 million people perhaps many more died; while untold numbers of women suffered a fate worse than death -- they were raped, sometimes tortured, gang-raped and murdered.
Women of all ages, ethnic groups and social classes were victimized, tortured and raped -- some even were stripped naked and paraded down streets to intensify their trauma and humiliation. Many women had their breasts chopped off, others suffered the abuse and torture of their genitals -- in most cases leading to death. The Indian government now estimates that 83, women and girls were abducted and raped during Partition, but other believed this estimate is far too conservative. What strikes me most about the author is that wheraeas the other contemporaries of Manto have simply touched upon the subject of this kind of sexuality, the author on the other hand has built his themes on this very idea of sexual violence.
Therefore it forms a central part of both the structure and the theme. His works have never talked about the soothing aspect of sex but the harsh, brutal and animal-like form of it.
The manner differs, so does the personal and social identity but there is a common social background to the minds and bodies of these individuals i. Freud analyzed the subject extensively in his "Three Papers on Sexual Theory", in which he described the practice as one of the most common and important sexual acts. A lot of people see sadomasochism or BDSM as taboo, but it has been observed that it's not all that rare.
It has been unknowingly observed in human behavior in various instances of communal or political disturbances; needless to say the partition movement being one of them. Kalwant Kaur was now even more suspicious. You are not the same person you were eight days ago.
He held Kalwant Kaur in his strong arms and ran his hands all over her body. His mustache hair got into her nostrils, she sneezed, and both started laughing.
Kalwant Kaur melted like hot wax. He threw his shirt off. Eesher Singh peeled her clothes off as skin off a goat. He squeezed her breasts, spanked her buttocks red, kissed her cheeks, and sucked her nipples wet. Kalwant Kaur started to boil like a hot pot on a blazing stove. But in spite of all that foreplay Eesher Singh could not get it up.
Like a skilled wrestler, he used all the tricks in the book but none worked. Kalwant Kaur, who was brimming with sexual intensity, was getting irritated with his unnecessary moves.
Just throw the trump card. He loosened his grip and fell next to Kalwant Kaur panting.
His forehead was sweating bullets. Kalwant Kaur tried very hard to get it up for him but to no avail.
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Disappointed and infuriated, Kalwant Kaur got off the bed, picked the chador hanging on the nail on the wall and wrapped herself. Kalwant Kaur was steaming. Is there another woman?
Now, swear to Waheguru. Kalwant Kaur went berserk. She picked up the dagger from the floor, removed its cover like a banana-peel, and stabbed Eesher Singh in the neck. In a frenzy, Kalwant Kaur kept stabbing him and cursing the other woman. He had deep sadness in his voice.
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Kalwant Kaur pulled back. He looked at Kalwant Kaur with the mixed feeling of gratitude and protest. Your mother? He tasted it and his whole body shivered.
He touched his neck, felt the blood and smiled. Eesher Singh smiled again underneath his blood-filled mustache. When the riot broke out in the city, like everyone else I also participated. I gave you the loot but did not tell you one thing. Kalwant Kaur had no feelings for him and paid no attention to his suffering. I killed six of them, with the same dagger you stabbed me with. There was a beautiful girl in the house.
I took her with me. Eesher Singh once more tried to blow the blood off his mustache.
Taste a different fruit. On the way…what was I saying…oh, yes…on the way, near the river, I lay her down by the bushes. First I thought deal the cards. Eesher Singh opened his tired and sleepy eyes and looked at Kalwant Kaur whose whole body was trembling.
His hand was colder than ice. Many of the passengers were killed on the way, many were injured and a few were missing. When Sirajuddin opened his eyes the next morning, he found himself lying on the cold ground of a refugee camp. There was a seething crowd of men, women and children all around him.
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Bewildered by it all, he lay staring at the dusty sky for a long time. There was a lot of noise in the camp, but old Sirajuddin was deaf to it. Anyone who saw him, would have assumed that he was in deep and agonised thought about something. His mind, however, was blank. Sirajuddin lay gazing absent-mindedly at the dusty sky, till he suddenly caught sight of the sun.
He woke up with a start. A nightmarish vision rose before his eyes — flames, loot… people running… a station… firing… darkness and Sakina. Overcome by fear and anxiety, he began searching for Sakina in the crowd like a demented person. There was an uproar all around — some of the refugees were searching for their children, others for their mothers; some for their wives and others for their daughters.
Dejected and tired, Sirajuddin sat down, and tried to recall exactly where and how he had lost Sakina. After that his mind went blank. She had been killed before his very eyes — but where was Sakina? As soon as he remembered that, he put his hand in his coat pocket and pulled it out. Had Sakina managed to reach the station with him?
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Had she boarded the train with him?The young men tried their best to find her. Kalwant Kaur looked at the bed that was now filled with Eesher Singh and felt sorry for him. Nevertheless such literary obligations were not considered in the times of Manto and he was charged with obscenity six times for his short stories. Then he slowly walked into the hospital. Kalwant Kaur pulled back. A lot of people see sadomasochism or BDSM as taboo, but it has been observed that it's not all that rare.
Kalwant Kaur melted like hot wax.
If we are to contemplate upon the identity of the modern Indian man, we cannot discard the partition movement from it; it being central to this post-modern identity.