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  • 'brahminism' is absurd. by analogy, why aren't they calling pre-reformation christism

    Shadow Warrior

  • 'brahminism' is another invention of the christists, just like jesus or thomas '2 skeletons. there is no such thing. there is hinduism, and that's it. making a separate thing called

    Shadow Warrior

  • My dad's horror of germs his personal form of brahminism and his reasonable concern that a dog might snap at a child, even in play, nip and draw blood, made him take notice and decide to intervene.

    Understand, Rubberband?

  • The contemporary dalit movement appropriated these symbols in their struggles against brahminism.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • The grand philosophies constructed on this line, ultimately helps in maintaining the status quo and hegemony of brahminism.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • In a song Ee Desavasulam, tries to establish the fact that dalits are the sons of the soil: We are natives of this country-sons of this soil/we are of adi jatis-the real inhibitors/you fellows came for livelihood- in the name of upper caste brahminism/by saying the natives of Bharat as slaves.

    Untouchable Spring .... అంటరాని వసంతం

  • They have started questioning the oppressive social relations marked by the brahminism and argued in favour of dignity, self respect and social justice.

    Untouchable Spring .... అంటరాని వసంతం

  • Ideologically, they declared uncompromising war against brahminism /upper caste social and literary hegemony.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • Interestingly in the brahminism, he included the dalits identifying with the much respected identity as christains.

    Archive 2007-11-01

  • On one hand, he is critical about the brahminism and on the other hand, he exposed the contradiction within subaltern groups in relation to Dalits.

    Archive 2007-11-01

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  • The attitude or conduct typical of a social or cultural elite.

    March 17, 2009