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Upamanyu Chatterjee is essentially worried about friendly issues in contemporary Indian writing in English. This current paper is an endeavor to investigate 'Upamanyu Chatterjee's Social Vision'. His books hilariously caricaturize Indian Administrative Service and Indian working class homegrown issues. His significant subjects are woven around the Indian metropolitan and rustic life, degenerate organization and homegrown issues. His books investigate the connection between the contemporary Indian issues – monetary, cultural, political and social. English, August: An Indian Story (1988) is continuation of The Mammaries of the Welfare State (2004), The Last Burden (1993) and Weight Loss (2006). The books talk about the cultural struggles of people in different circumstances. The principle characters are encountering cultural contentions. Struggle emerges for various reasons in human culture
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