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“Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar was born in 1891, an untouchable in an India run by the British – that is to say a subaltern twice over, subjugated by an imperial government and by high-caste Indians.”
“He creates a "reality" out of them, with every ghoulish component unrelentingly worked out and provided; a high-caste version of the tabloid newspaper's loving exposition of gory detail.”
“Although he was not a practising Hindu, he had huge pride in the fact that his father, Sunil, who came to live in the UK in the 1930s, was a high-caste Brahmin from Bengal.”
“He was worried about alienating high-caste Hindus.”
“Ali's family belongs to a high-caste clan that has traditionally led and governed in Somalia.”
“Kalua, the driver of the ox-cart, was a giant of a man, but he made no move to help his passenger and was careful to keep his face hidden from him: he was of the leather-workers 'caste and Hukam Singh, as a high-caste Rajput, believed that the sight of his face would bode ill for the day ahead.”
“One of the deepest arguments against the bill is that such a quota, if not further defined to ensure diversity, would favor high-caste, religious majority, and wealthy women in India; in short, a “win” for women writ large would come at the expense of including other disadvantaged groups such as low-caste, poor, and religious minorities both men and women .”
“The ratio of girls per 1,000 boys in these areas hovers around the 700s and 800s, with as few as 300 girls per 1,000 boys in some high-caste urban areas of Punjab ....”
“They were Northern Muslims, mostly, with a sprinkling of high-caste Oudh Hindoos - the practice of separating the races in different companies or troops hadn't come in then.”
“Well, you'll see 'em - ignorant, slothful fellows of poor class, and we put 'em to officer high-caste Hindoos of ten years 'service.”
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