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Dalit Narrative: Anti-Untouchable in Indian English Novels

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.10, No. 6)

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Page : 117-120

Keywords : Denying Caste; Castial other; Anti- untouchable; De-brahminize;

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This article tries to interact with Indian English fiction narratives and their representation within the academy as a nationwide, secularism, but mostly casteless land. That point raised is about the relationship between caste and the English language in respect to phenomena that are completely ignorant of scientific knowledge. Caste or Varna is certainly not the creation of God, the privileged class created this for their own selfish gains. Many great Scholars and writers like Dr. B R Ambedkar, Om Prakash Valmiki, Kancha Ilaiaah, Sharan Kumar Limbale, and others have taught a relentless battle against the caste system by their thoughts, ideas, and writings. All these writers, written Dalit as a character in their works called Dalit literature, Dalit literature is important because they allow the Dalits as minority groups to provide a window into how they can be resettled into society, interpreting the history and culture of India. During the colonial rule, the upper-class people were studying in England used to have to suffer, humiliation every step of their stay in England, even in train, college, the hotel they want to sit in the third class seat, these upper-class Indians were unaware that perhaps Dalits in India were condemned to even the most severe kinds of humiliated. The humiliation of the Indian elite at the hands of the British, and the humiliation of Dalits now at the clutches of upper caste people are the same.

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