Sunday, 3 November 2019

Social Issue In Casteism

Adipuran is a famous Purana of Jainism, written by Jinsen Acharya in the seventh century. Adipuran (in Jainism literature) mentions the oldest of varna and caste. Jinsen does not explain the origin of varna system from Rigveda or Purusha Sukta, Rather, Varna as the legend of King Bharata explains the origin of the system. According to this legend, Bharata "tested non-violence", and his The members of the Mudayas who refused to harm or injure any living person were called priestly characters in ancient India, and Bharata calls them Dwij (born twice). Jinsen Acharya says that Joe People are committed to non-violence. They are Dev-Brahmins, divine Brahmins. In the 14th century Sikh literature, the word 'varna' refers to the varna system, and jat or jat-bi Mentions the caste system as Adri.People in the society owe allegiance to their particular caste, people who do the quality of caste and the sense of self-centeredness gives rise to casteism.
In society, people are found to have a tendency to consider their caste or community as superior.
Casteism forces the process of national integration and nation building.
Caste system is considered to be one of the very core of Indian society. The caste system was based on the work system and "work" in the society, it was formed by the Indian society on the basis of "classified society".
In the Indian hierarchical society, upper caste people have always been considered as dominant in social classification. And in Indian society low caste people always came to be considered as low or labor cast.
Any person, who follows the cultural or religious aspects of Hinduism, can be called a Hindu. Historically, the term has been used as the geographical, cultural, identity of the people of the Indian subcontinent.
The Indian constitution declared his practice a punishable offense to end untouchability.
In Indian society, then, with the help of the caste-specific, implemented a new law and order in which "Articles 17 and 35" and tried to end the caste discrimination along with Article "15,19,25,29" and for the promotion of Dalits Keep many special provisions.
There is a mixed sense of casteism or devotion by members of caste.

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