Dalit

    Page 5 of 14 - About 137 Essays
  • Caste Discrimination In Manusmriti

    From Rig Vedic period to till today the lower caste people are suffering. But as a result of caste discrimination there is conversion into Buddhist and Christianity (NinianSmart, 1981). The value of humanity of Dalit people as a Hindu and the value of Dalits after conversion is the most interesting area of research. To see the culture from Rig Vedic period to till today is the aim this articles and also to find out the solution will be the aim(Vedic period: c. 1500 – c. 500 BCE).…

    Words: 1418 - Pages: 6
  • Social Stratification In India's Caste System

    Laws are often times harsher for the Dalits than for members of the upper castes. Largely, a Dalit would face much more painful punishments for crimes comparable to the same crime from someone of a different caste. Educational opportunities for Dalit children range from abysmal to nonexistence. Even worse, Dalit children are subjected to both harassment and apathy form their instructors as well potential assaults and kidnappings due to extreme travel distances Dalit children must walk to get to…

    Words: 1235 - Pages: 5
  • Social Justice And Discrimination In The Caste System In India

    called the “Dalit” (the oppressed) which is also known as fifth caste. Since more than two millennia the Dalits have been experiencing a range of exclusion and oppression. Caste system has evolved over the long period of time, therefore, it is extremely complex and dynamic in terms of social relationships between castes, regions, and…

    Words: 1697 - Pages: 7
  • Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar: The Varr Movement In India

    Ambedkar (14 April 1891 – 6 December 1956), popularly known as Babasaheb, was an Indian jurist, economist, politician and social reformer who inspired the Modern Buddhist Movement and campaigned against social discrimination against Untouchables (Dalits). Ambedkar was born into an ‘Untouchable’ family. He was the first untouchable to attend college and earn advanced degrees at Columbia University and London School of Economics. He was India’s most radical thinker and an eminent writer who…

    Words: 749 - Pages: 3
  • Social Justice In Ambedkor: The Total Revolution

    society Kadam in his book Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar and Significance of His Movements deals with Ambedkar’s socio-political movements aimed at the liberation of the Dalit masses from their age old social slavery. The book is a chronology of events related to Ambedkar’s life Re-reading India’s freedom movement from a Dalit perspective, Kamble in his work- Ambedkar’s Role: Missing Page in History contends that the struggle of the suppressed and the oppessed people in India should…

    Words: 1883 - Pages: 8
  • Essay On Critical Race Theory In Education

    those cultural and institutional features of education that oppress the people of color in and out of the classroom. Therefore, the research will apply critical race theory to find answers of critical issues regarding casteism and subordination of the Dalit students in Indian higher education. CRT framework in education enables the research to focus on three areas of study; application of microaggression theory (Sue et al., 2007) to examine caste-based discrimination, diversity research to study…

    Words: 486 - Pages: 2
  • Case Study Of Rohith Vemula's Suicide

    Rohith Vemula’s suicide incident refuses to die down. Some political parties and groups strongly feel that keeping his death alive is in the best interests of their political future. For many political parties the suicide of Rohith Vemula is not merely a death. For them it is a profitable death. They think that his death has the potential to fetch them very rich political dividends and therefore, playing dangerous politics over his suicide. The media in the country joined them in spreading…

    Words: 1519 - Pages: 7
  • Difference Between Equality And Social Justice

    INTRODUCTION Equality and social justice has very well defined in Indian constitution under the fundamental rights. In addition, as per the constitution there is clearly mention, what is the equality? And social justice and where and why is importance. However, most of the places equality and social justice has been not enjoying by people and they had been going to exploited on the basis of cast, class, gender, opportunity, employment, region, religion. So, in a society to bring radical changes…

    Words: 2202 - Pages: 9
  • Pros And Cons Of Manual Scavenging

    scavenging has been banned thrice in 1952, 1993 and in 2013. In fact, the latest The Prohibition of Employment as Manual Scavengers and Their Rehabilitation Act, 2013, has been much stronger legislation than the previous ones. Thanks to the efforts of dalit activists that Indian Parliament broadened the horizon of manual scavenging. This act has made the employment of Manual Scavengers a criminal offence and forbids dry toilets as well as bans all manual removal of stool and also cleaning of…

    Words: 910 - Pages: 4
  • The Importance Of Poverty In India

    rural areas because of lack of job opportunities and resources to alleviate them from this poverty. However, poverty also exists in urban areas due to recent changes in the city that have been caused by economic liberalisation. Low castes, such as Dalits, and Muslims are often poor due to historical disadvantages they have experienced and currently they are not receiving the help they need to overcome these challenges. Tribal people are often poor due to their heavy reliance on their forests and…

    Words: 2004 - Pages: 9
  • Page 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 14

Related Topics:

Popular Topics: