Overall, Rukmani suffered a great deal from the tannery by losing three sons to it. The caste system has been in India’s culture for a long amount of time. It is still around in India because people’s minds will not change about it. This practice has had effects on people, but growing up in a certain caste people believe it is right and just. Even people who are peasants think that is okay and do not desire to be in a higher caste, treated with respect.
In Pakistan a lot of women are restricted because of their husbands as they are not well educated and do not allow their wives to get out of the house and work and the other reason is segregation (pardah). They do not want their wives or daughters to work in a male dominated
The British rule had a huge impact on religion in India since the English missionaries established churches in every corner of India. Since the port cities, such as Kolkata, Mumbai, and Chennai were accessible with the British navigation, they were the most influential (Influenced??) and susceptible to Christianity (IndiaNetZone). Although only a few parts of the Indian population converted their religion to Christianity, it was successful for the British. No matter what the purpose of converting non-Christian Indians to Christianity is, what is important is the fact that there are Indian Christians today.
My mother was shocked that fewer than thirty people had been invited, and she was more perplexed than honored that, of all the Bengalis Pranab Kaku knew by then, we were the only ones on the list ' '(73). I think that Pranab did this in order to be as far as possible from his culture. As Parrillo stated in his article “Forsaking the lands of their ancestors, these millions gave up old traditions and old dreams to pursue new dreams and new traditions" (P.133). This is exactly what happens with Pranab. For example, he starts reducing his visits to the Bengali 's house and forgetting the Indian traditions in holidays but celebrating the American ones as the Thanksgiving.
Gandhi encouraged the citizens of India to burn all textiles made by the British, and only wear Indian made clothes. This affected the British textiles industry drastically this was because India was one of the largest importers of British textiles during this movement. Homespun gave India a sense of independence from the British. It proved that India can thrive without the help under the British rule. Ghandi said “We must remove untouchability from our hearts and from our lives” “We must defy the british” Not with violence that will inflame their will but with a firmness that will open their eyes.
Virtue has become caste-ridden, and morality has become caste-bound.” B.R. Ambedkar here shows that everyone is completely separated from one another. For the most part, people can only interact with people from their same caste, unless if it is to their benefit, like the example shown above about cutting hair. Upper castes only use people from the lower castes if it is to their benefit if not, they are just seen as an impure
They also dominate the Hindu priesthood, however, the “other castes due in fact have sacred specialists, but they do not compare to the statues of a Brahmin” (Kelete, 2015). However, Modern Hinduism do not hold any restrictions on the lower castes. There is in fact a group called Shantikuni Spiritual Center at Haridwar that are working on trying to bring unity toward a land that is interrupted by countless divisions (All World Gayatri Pariwar,
In Lagaan, villagers were angry with Bhuvan for putting them into an unthinkable predicament without their consent, and initially refused to play the unknown English game of cricket. Similarly, Tyndale Biscoe wrote that his Kashmir students did not want to play British sports like football or row, because it was low caste to touch a leather ball or have muscles. Thus it is evident that the introduction of British sports in India was met with Indian resistance. There were differing reasons for the introduction and learning of British sports to Indians. In Lagaan, the villagers of Champaner did not have much of a choice.
After felling to China and India they were received well by Hindus of MALABAR. They build houses and Churches in Malabar. And we 're allowed to practice their religion. After the arrival of Portuguese, Syrian Christians showed their real color and turned against Hindus.