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Who Are the Dalit or Untouchables? - Asian History - About.com
Dalits, also known as untouchables, are members of the lowest social status group in the Hindu caste system. A Dalit is actually born below the caste system,  ...
Glossary of Asian History Terms, D-G - About.com
Glossary of Asian History terms, beginning with D to G. Daimyo, Dalits, Deccan Plateau, Djinn, DMZ, Emir, Eunuch, Farsi, French Indochina, Geisha, Ger, ...
History of the Caste System in India - Asian History - About.com
In 1928, the first temple welcomed untouchables or Dalits ("the crushed ones") ... Mohandas Gandhi advocated emancipation for the Dalits, too, coining the term ...
July 25, 2006 - Atheism and Agnosticism from About.com
K.R. Narayanan became the first member of the "untouchable" Dalits caste to be sworn in as India's president. 2006. Feast Day of Saint James. Do you have any ...
Readers Respond: Your Reaction to India Culture Shock - India Travel
Upper caste people will not eat lunch with sutras or Dalits. They do not invite them as guests at weddings. In many areas of India men from lower castes have  ...
Indian Castes and Feudal Japanese Classes (Comparison)
A family from the Dalit caste (also known as untouchables) in India. factoryseashell on Flickr.com ... The untouchables are also known as dalits or harijans.
Who Were the Burakumin? - Asian History - About.com
This Japanese definition is strikingly similar to that of the dalits or untouchables in the Hindu caste tradition of India, Pakistan and Nepal. Hinin were often born ...
Who Are the Brahmins? (Indian Caste System) - Asian History
History of the Caste System · Comparison: Hindu Castes and Japanese Feudal Classes · Who are the Dalits or Untouchables? The Mughal Empire in India ...
Dancing Girls in British India - Asian History - About.com
Many Britons advocated for equal rights for the dalits or untouchables. They also strenuously opposed the practice of sati, or "widow-burning" as well.

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