Peaceful Coexistence in Mahesh Dattani’s Final Solutions
Nujood Salim Al-Waheebi, Azeez Jasim Mohammed

This project based on dealing with the contemporary issue that Dattani presents throughout his play Final Solutions. The issue relates to religious racism of modern urban Indian culture. It discusses two opposite concepts; religious racism and religious compromise. This paper looks at how sectarianism makes people behave as evil like toward other people those belong to different religion. However, the events in this play represents different times; past, present and future. The grandmother, Daksha, is an example of the past while Ramanik and Aruna represent the present time. Bobby, Javed and Smita reflect the future as being young generation. On one hand, it describes the delegations of the fundamental and radical thinking upon the society and family’s relationship, especially between mother and daughter. On the other hand, religious compromise is the main concept in this project to end this conflict and keep nations progressed.

Full Text: PDF      DOI: 10.15640/ijll.v8n2a6