Essay On Dalit Women

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Untouchable or dalit are forbid to participate in society and they are divided from Hindu society. This problem is deeply rooted in society. the government of India has taken measures to solve these problem for improve their life of low caste. However, there are some groups to be resolving from this problem. So they have to face difficulties in the countryside and stringent tradition (Majid, 2014, abstract). According to Thind and Agarwal and stated that dalit women in India are suffer and difficulties. They also had limited opportunities and social activities. The high caste often takes advantage from low caste. So dalit women not only face with poor and no educated. In addition, the caste system is classification of people and the caste system has made women…show more content…
As Anita Katyar said: Physical violence is not the only form of violence women in India face. In rural parts, women, especially those who belong to the Dalit community, are often denied land rights, and their children, especially girls, bear the brunt of this discrimination. They are denied proper schooling and health facilities.” (Violent against women). Dalit women are rejected from land right. They have to face the worst from caste system. For example, girls do not get an education and provided health care. Furthermore, Agarwal and Manusmitri (as cite in Mahey, p.150), Dalit women are sex objects being cruel. According to the National Crime Records Bureau reported that number of rape In India, there is increased by 33,707 in 2013 from 24,923 in 2012. On everage, there are 92 women was raped every day (Violent against women). Moreover, the International Center for Research on Women (ICRW), a US-based research institute, and the UN population fund, UNFPA surveyed that 52% of women had been abused. There are 60% of men who fill the questionnaire said that they had mayhem to their wife (Violent against women). Nevertheless, Manusmitri and Thind claimed that, it is just a little bit wrong

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