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The Written World and Dalit Bahujan and Adivasi Women – SAVARI’s Editor Sruthi Herbert

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  Gurinder Azad SAVARI describes itself as: “We are adivasi, bahujan and dalit women. Here we share our thoughts about our lives and the society we live in, including conflicts with the self, family and community. These are perspectives from our history, and our dreams for the future. Here we are in conversations with each …

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Brahmin-Savarna opportunities in a Dalit Death

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Nidhin Shobhana Let me start this essay by narrating a sequence from a 1991 Malayalam feature film, titled ‘Sandesham’1. Though the sequence does not hold any direct relevance to my concerns, it will nevertheless help me introduce my key questions:   …Workers of two opposing dominant political parties get into a conflict in a tea shop. …

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Annotations on the Indian shore: Cultural Pedagogy of the Writings of Oppressors and its Faultlines

Yogesh

   Yogesh Maitreya Alongside social and economic capital, cultural capital is one important source from which power flows in any society. Culture of any country is always that which is perceived as culture by the dominant (oppressor) groups, neglecting that of the oppressed. Writing, regardless of genre, is often used as one of the major …