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This is an extremely interesting piece that incisively homes in on the Achilles's heal of Indian democracy.
At the risk of confusing different concepts, I extend the view that the 'gratitude' that the lower caste workers felt towards the Marathas is similar to the sycophancy manifesting itself all the way at the the helm of the congress party. With this sort of selective bias, and captured democracy, true selection of mass up liftment policies is near impossible.

Out of curiosity, what effect does education have on this caste dominance - economic potency correlation?
And to the same ends - what about migration to cities? Surely in the cities they see a different picture?

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Rohan Saharia , France 20/08/2012 01:16:05

Dear Siwan, Greetings! I am very to read your article. Its is very important to raise the problems faced by dominant caste groups, especially, Scheduled castes are facing problems and exploited by these caste groups. I am a PhD Scholar at TISS,Mumbai and doing my research on the caste violence by Dominant Caste on Scheduled caste in the state of Haryana, India. Please contact and guide me to do my research in best manner. Best wishes for your work! With Regards vimal kumar PhD-Scholar,TISS School of Social work Mumbai, Phone-09355005999 (Haryana) Phone-08452910208 (Mumbai) Skype-vimalscholar

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