Volume 3, No. 1 – 2003 Women and Education Vol. III - No. 1 - January 2003 Articles Education for Women – a Pathway for an Enlightened Society by R. INDIRAWomen’s Studies in Higher Education in India: Some Reflections by PAM RAJPUT & MANVINDER KAURRoyal Contributions to Education in Travancore by ASWATHY THIRUNAL GOURI LAKSHMI BAYIWomen’s Education in North India in the Colonial Period: A Survey by VISALAKSHI MENONEducation of the Girl Child: Problems and Possibilities by USHA NAYARWomen Empowerment through Technical Education by AMULYA KHURANAManagement Development for Women by INDIRA J. PARIKHMoving beyond Academics: Good Practices for Women’s Empowerment by JAYA INDIRESANWomen Studies Centres: A Vital tool in Women’s Development by K, SUDHA RAO. & ARTI CHATRAPATHIGender Politics and the Urdu Ghazal: Exploratory Observations on Rekhta vs. Rekhti by CARLA PETIEVICHInvisible Bodies: Andal, Bhakti, and the Language of Poetic Discourse by USHA V.TTransforming Nature in art by DHANYA MENONIndia and her Women by SUSAN OOMMENCelebration of Survival: Women’s Poetry of North American First Nations by M. DASANFisheries in Turmoil: A Feminist Perspective by NALINI NAYAKIn the wild zone: Psychoanalytic Feminism of Juliet Mitchell by MARIAMMA PANJIKARANAurobindo: Thinker, Philosopher, poet of India by USHA MENONAutobiography My Patient, my guru by S. Krishnan Interview An Aligarh Experience: Educating Girls at the Aligarh Girls’ School: An Interview with Uruz Fatima by RITU MENON & ZOYA HASAN Poetry Loving a Woman by SATCHIDANANDANBonsai by JOLLY VARGHESEFragments by MEENA ALEXANDERHow poor are the poor by SARADA MURALEEDHARANCapricious by MONICA MODYAnd then one day by JANAKI NAIRGame of Choice by SABEENA SHAJISemi Colons by ASHITA Translation Shantha by KADAMMANITTA RAMAKRISHNANThe Fishmonger by B. SaraswathyA full moon Night by GAUTAM SENGUPTAThe Provenance of the Literary Editor by V.P. SivakumarLanka Lakshmi by C.N. Sreekantan NairA Fragmentary end by YUMLEMBAM IBOMCHAUnnoticed Movement and Silent Battle by K. SAJAYAOnion Curry and the Table of nine by PRIYA A.S.