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About 59 results for "shudras"

Shudra communities have regained inheritance in literature: Ba...

Adagur H. Vishwanath, former minister, who spoke on politics and social mobility, stressed on the need of both politics and literature going hand-in-hand for better social progress. He suggested inviting politicians for all literary events at every level. The Hindu, 1 month ago

The hypocrisy was typical of Mahatma Gandhi writes Markandey Katju in his blog Gandhi and Caste

New Delhi, Jan 14: Justice Markandey Katju is known for his outspoken nature and hence, blunt remarks on almost everything. Being seen it all from him, that doesn't come out as a shock now. He has said that although he wishes to be uncontroversial, ...
 India.com3 days ago

Bahujan Revolutionary King Chhatrapati Shahu Maharaj

Bahujan Revolutionary Rajarshi Chhatrapati Shahu Maharaj, The King of common people. Rajarshi Chatrapati Shahu Maharaj was a true visionary social reformer. His simple living, remarkable efforts for the welfare of backward classes and his ...
 Counter Currents3 days ago

India's Caste System, Social Inequality and Demonetization

Theme: Culture, Society & History, Poverty & Social Inequality For over a millennium one of the recurring debates among Indian philosophers was whether this world was real or a mere dream. To be more precise, the claim was, we are all part of Maha ...
 Global Research4 days ago

Cashless Is Not Casteless

A Cashless, Corruption-free, Cow-friendly India that also Cares for the Poor. As the Narendra Modi regime shoots forth silken promises like buttered popcorn from a hot oven it is time to remember India's long history of using colourful fiction to ...
 Counter Currents1 week ago

A forgotten liberator

SAVTRIBAI Phule was the equally extraordinary wife of the path-breaking social reformer, thinker and writer of the nineteenth century, Jotirao Phule. As Jotirao strained to break the shackles of caste orthodoxy through his writings and activism, ...
 Chandigarh Tribune1 week ago
Millennium Post

Shakti Power | RE-DISCOVERING THE MAHABHARTHA

8 January 2017, Narendra Kumar The book explores all about the life and times of six unique and remarkable women who had come to occupy the central space in the world of men. The character study of women, is at its most sublime. Author: ...
 Millennium Post1 week ago

The Dalit Question

According to National Social Inclusion Survey, 2012, the literacy rate of Dalits in Nepal is 52.4 percent compared to the national average of 65.9 percent, while only 34.5 percent Madhesi Dalits are literate Jan 7, 2017- According to the Hindu ...
 Kathmandu Post1 week ago
Hindustan Times

A Brit is offering a guided walk through Indian history, via podcast

The self-deprecation with which Kit Patrick kicked off The History of India is a running theme in his podcast, which was launched in July 2015. Today were going to talk about how Im going to screw it up. What were talking about is Indian history, ...
 Hindustan Times1 week ago
Indian Express

So many Shivajis

The 17th century Maratha king has been appropriated by diverse politicians for their gain. But in the hands of different interest groups, he has acquired several personas Prime Minister Narendra Modi performing a bhoomipoojan of the Rs 3,600 crore ...
 Indian Express1 week ago
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