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Monday, February 8, 2016

Kaisa Ye Dharam Hai by Sheetal Sathe


Kaisa Ye Dharam Hai by Sheetal Sathe

Published on 8 Feb 2016

A song on caste as a system of slavery and humiliation, subjugation and deprivation. On facade of freedom and democracy. And on need to destroy it and build a true one. Sheetal reminds what Dr. BR Ambedkar said once:

"In Hinduism, conscience, reason and independent thinking have no scope for development...It is your claim to equality which hurts them. They want to maintain the status quo. If you continue to accept your lowly status ungrudgingly, continue to remain dirty, filthy, backward, ignorant, poor and disunited, they will allow you to live in peace. The moment you start to raise your level, the conflict starts. Untouchability is not transitory or temporary feature; it is eternal, it is lasting. Frankly it can be said that the struggle between the Hindus and the Untouchables is a never-ending conflict. It is eternal because the religion which assigns you the lowest status in society is itself divine and eternal according to the belief of the so-called high caste Hindus. No change warranted by change of time and circumstances is possible."



   

Reyazul Haque

February 8 at 3:05pm

 

This song reminds what Dr. BR Ambedkar once said: "In Hinduism, conscience, reason and independent thinking have no scope for development...It is your claim to equality which hurts them. They want to maintain the status quo. If you continue to accept your lowly status ungrudgingly, continue to remain dirty, filthy, backward, ignorant, poor and disunited, they will allow you to live in peace. The moment you start to raise your level, the conflict starts. Untouchability is not transitory or temporary feature; it is eternal, it is lasting. Frankly it can be said that the struggle between the Hindus and the Untouchables is a never-ending conflict. It is eternal because the religion which assigns you the lowest status in society is itself divine and eternal according to the belief of the so-called high caste Hindus. No change warranted by change of time and circumstances is possible." 

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Kaisa Ye Dharam Hai by Sheetal Sathe

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