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“She was then sold to a low-caste tribe that controls the local sex trade, and taken to a rural house where the owner kept prepubescent girls until they were mature enough to attract customers.”
“One of the biggest developments in Noida is a huge park with giant bronze statues of Mayawati, as she is known, who is herself a Dalit, and other low-caste heroes.”
“Or you can use the same blade to talk about how people deal with the poverty and harsh conditions of the mountains by making these utility blades that are tough enough for people to count on them, and how people use these blades to set up compassionate networks to help low-caste blacksmiths send their children to medical school so that a remote village can have a doctor (true story, incidentally).”
“The story emphasises the need for social order by keeping the uppity low-caste in his place, yet the unmistakable sympathy of Eklavya's portrayal indicates conflict, that the text "does not like the way things must be".”
“A case in point is the story of Eklavya, the Mahabharata's accomplished low-caste archer whose teacher makes him cut off his right thumb to ensure that he cannot challenge his aristocratic rival.”
“He hoped it would erase the social stigma of his low-caste roots.”
“Their hope: The tally will show low-caste numbers are much higher than thought, justifying more government benefits and perhaps even job quotas in the private sector.”
“Photographer Sanjit Das describes some of the people and ways of life he photographed in low-caste communities.”
“It won Kumar the trust of a large section of the low-caste population.”
“For thousands of years, they and their "untouchable" ancestors have had no other life option, but the lowest of the low-caste professions - night soil scavenging.”
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