Caste has been the major issue for multinational organization. There is the discrimination among people because of caste, which means that these people cannot be on the same working position. The lower caste people are on the dark side, being humiliated by the higher caste people. Even the discrimination between male and female is the major issue in Nepal. Nepal has female dominated society.
Often times structural violence is invisible to the average individual. It is a global issue that impacts a multitude of ethnic groups, with varying degrees of inhumanity and injustice. It is prevalent in numerous countries, India’s social system, Caste, is an example of this dehumanizing violence. Structural Violence Paul Farmer’s work, “On Suffering and Structural Violence: A View from Below,” reveals the unscrupulous hierarchy that exists among societies.
In the meantime, the class battle must incorporate the battle for the abrogation of the standing framework and all types of social abuse. This is an essential part of the majority rule upheaval. The national freedom movement led by the National Congress was also taking parallel strides. But, the leadership of the Freedom movement was mainly consisted of caste Hindus. The very social structure of the Congress coupled with many other petty interests of the leadership alienated the dalit community from the National Congress movement.
Baby Kamble’s autobiography The Prison We Broke is an exploration of overlapping religious, political and social institutions and their impact on the lives of Dalit community in a society that is dictated by Upper Caste Hindus. The autobiography surpasses the radius of personal anecdote and is a historical and political trace, feminist discourse, revolt against the religion of Hindus and the despicable discourse of a cast out neck of the woods(Dalits). The narrative not only manifests Kamble’s life but also her community: “I wrote what my community experienced. The suffering of my people became my own suffering [. .
It is their own traditions and cultures that made them to go through the tragedy. However, the novel is based on the people oppressed by the colonisation of India and mainly by western world, and prejudices of the society dependent on class,caste and color that begin to turn on itself, and the loss of value of their own people, culture and native.
Even Quaid-e-Azam did a mistake at the time of formation of Pakistan by appointing some civil servants without any merit. Many other civil servants even once the Chief justice of Pakistan in the Era of former prime minister of Pakistan, Benazir Bhutto, was appointed against the criteria of seniority. Pakistan has some of the worst maternal and child health indicators in South Asia. Factors such as sociocultural structures and dynamics which operate at the state, society and households levels to distinguish against women and girls, avoid them from accessing and utilizing quality health
UCTION The Indian social system has structured on the basis of different background such as caste, religion, socio-economic status, labour and so on. Also it is noted that, a large number of population were living in India, but all of the time everyone did not get freedom, equality, education, economic growth and even daily needs in this society. In this context it is witnessed that some group of people are alive in saddest situation when compare them with others they are known as‘Scheduled Caste’ or ‘Dalit’ orthe ‘Oppressed’ and ‘Scheduled Tribes’ or ‘Soshits’ or ‘Exploited’. Currently, Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribes population are living nearly around 16.5 percent and 7.5 percent respectively in all over the India.These people were forced to exclude in this society by other castes, it happened because of categorization what they process on the name of caste. The term categorization refers to “the process of perceiving two or more things to be similar to or different from each other as a function of
And also due to an upsurge in caste based parties that made the politics of lower caste empowerment a central part of their political agenda. It should be pointed out that these new political parties emerged not on a national level but on a village and regional level, and were most dominant in North India. This also weakened the influence of caste and clientelism on Indian politics (Chapaitkar, 2013). The Indian Caste System is historically one of the main dimensions where people in India are socially differentiated through class, religion, region, tribe, gender, and language. The Indian Caste System is considered a closed system of stratification, which means that a person’s social status is obligated to which caste they were born into.
The word Dalit is derived from Sanskrit language which means 'suppressed' or 'crushed' and it refers to the people who are at the margins of the society because of their low class. It also represents those people who are socially, economically and historically oppressed; and there is no doubt to mention here that Dalit is infact a caste but a separate category of people who are discriminated by the powerful sections of the society in one way or the other. The word 'Dalit' was also used as 'depressed class' and it was due to the remarkable contribution by Dr. B. R. Ambedkar that the term got a new identity as 'untouchable'. It also includes classes like landless labour, minorities and all others who are poor, hapless and defenseless. Literature written by the members of Dalit communities or the literature which presents a graphic account of the social, political, religious and cultural aspects of these communities is called Dalit literature and this literature is based on the spreading the ideas of justice, social equality and justice to the downtrodden and have-nots.
The revolutionizing changes which India has undergone due to globalization and liberalization has in no manner proved to be effective as far as curbing the caste system is concerned. The caste system forms the substratum for the economic and social framework which determines the life of people in India. Social stratifications in the Indian society occur on the basis of the caste of the family they are born into. It is of extreme significance because it was the root cause for the social differentiation which occurred among the individuals in India and managed to the transcend the existing differences which already existed in the society by virtue of class,religion,region,tribe,gender and language. Though every society has some kind of stratifications,