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The impact of Corona-Virus pandemic on mental health of individuals is now available in latest researches. According to the National Commission of Women data, India recorded a 2.5 times increase in domestic violence between February and May 2020. Domestic violence by definition could be explained as any violent, forceful, and abusive or threatening words or/and acts caused by either the whole family or one member of the family. The present study aimed to assess the level of mental health, anxiety and quality of life among the women suffering from domestic violence. The sample of 30 women was taken suffering from domestic violence. Mental Health Inventory (Verma and Srivastava, 1983), WHO-Quality of Life (Saxena et al., 1988) and Hamilton Anxiety Rating Scale (Hamilton, 1959) were administered to assess the level of mental health, anxiety and quality of life among the women. Descriptive statistics results shows that most women suffering from domestic violence had poor mental health and quality of life. Victims also found to perceive more anxiety
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