Gender

Bhil Women Fight the Liquor Demons

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by Rahul Banerjee  There is a general perception that Adivasi women enjoy greater equality because tribal society is less patriarchal. The reality, however, is very different. Take the situation of Bhil tribal, Ramanbai, of Chandupura village in Madhya Pradesh’s Khargone district. She says, “I am suffering from piles and the doctor at Sanawad has told me …

Thought

A Study on Dalit Women Movement in Tamilnadu

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by Dr. R. Sivakumar  Even as we are in the 21st century, caste discrimination, an age- old practice that dehumanizes and perpetuates a cruel form of discrimination continues to be practiced. India where the practice is rampant despite the existence of a legislation to stop this, 160 million Dalits of which 49.96 percentage are women …

Gender

A Study on Dalit Women Movement in Tamilnadu

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by Dr. R. Sivakumar  Even as we are in the 21st century, caste discrimination, an age- old practice that dehumanizes and perpetuates a cruel form of discrimination continues to be practiced. India where the practice is rampant despite the existence of a legislation to stop this, 160 million Dalits of which 49.96 percentage are women …

Dr. Ambedkar

Essays on Untouchables and Untouchability: Political, Chapter 1-From millions to fractions

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Essays on Untouchables and Untouchability: Political _________________________________________________ Contents Chapter 1 : From millions to fractions Chapter 2 : The revolt of the untouchables Chapter 3 : Held at bay Chapter 4 : Their wishes are laws unto us Chapter 5 : Under the providence of Mr. Gandhi Chapter 6 : Gandhi and his fast Chapter 7 : A warning to the untouchables

Dr. Ambedkar

Untouchables or The Children of India’s Ghetto: PART 1

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Untouchables or The Children of India’s Ghetto ________________________________________________ Contents Part I: What It Is to be an Untouchable . Chapter I: Untouchability—its source Chapter 2: Untouchables—their numbers Chapter 3 : Slaves and untouchables Chapter 4 : The Indian ghetto—the centre of untouchability—outside the fold Chapter 5 : Unfit for human association