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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 4, Issue 8, Part A (2018)

Human rights and caste

Raju Gyanoba Gaikwad
The Schedule Castes are Caste traditional India’s principal category of social ordering and control is the most exhaustic and noxious of all known exclusionary system. The Hindu social order particularly its main pillars, the caste system and untouchability present a unique case. As a system of social economic and religious governance, it is found not on the principle of liberty, equality and fraternity, the values which formed the basis of Universal human rights, but on the principle of inequality in every sphere of life.
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Raju Gyanoba Gaikwad. Human rights and caste. International Journal of Applied Research. 2018; 4(8): 32-33.
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