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- Hinduism is believed to be the oldest organized religion in the world. It ranks as the third largest religion in the world after Christianity and Islam.
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- Role Of Literature To Stir People's Conscience
- Our writers have been writing against the chatur varna system, which however, simply failed to encompass the thousands of castes and sub-castes, engendered, revived, and consolidated by our vote-bank politics. So much so, the Centre withheld caste and ...
- After 400 years, Garhwal temple allows entry to Dalits, women
- DEHRADUN: For nearly 400 years, Dalits and women, all in the name of "tradition", had been barred from entering the famous Parsuram temple in Garhwal's Jaunsar Bawar region. All that is set to change now with the management of the Parsuram temple ...
- Hindutva groups behind hate campaigns: Smita Pansare
- “My father had openly campaigned against the 'Chatur Varna' system and many other social evils in society. His activism was not acceptable to the Hindu fundamentalists,” she asserted. Speaking at a meet-the-press programme here on Monday, Ms.
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