The noun after whose can be the subject or object of the verb in the relative clause, e.g:

1.…a country whose population was steadily rising (subject)
2.…a woman whose bag was stolen (object)

I am bit confused with sentence (2). Could anybody explain that in waht way the noun "bag"

is object .


In sentence (2) "bag" is subject, not object, of its clause.

To make it the object, you need something like this:

... a woman whose bag Edward stole. (Edward stole the bag.)

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Whose bag was stolen.

It is in the passive. When it is changed back into the active the "bag" works as "object".
considering the above point ,Can we say that the sentence (2) is ok.

What you cited as 1 and 2 are not sentences; they are only parts of sentences.

Both phrases 1 and 2 are correct, and their correctness has nothing to do with whether the clauses are active or passive.

It appeared to me that you wanted two examples of relative clauses - one where "whose" + noun was the subject of its clause and the other where "whose" + noun was the object of its clause.

Yes, I want to know same as you guesssed.

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