Differently Twice Born

in Book Review — by Kaki Madhava Rao — June 30, 2020FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailShare10 Kancha Ilaiaha Shepherd’s first book, Why I am not Hindu, published in 1996′ made waves both in India and abroad. Having read that book and his subsequent books,  Post Hindu India and Turning the Pot…

Early India, Goats And Brahmins

in Book Review — by Kancha Ilaiah Shepherd — June 26, 2020FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailShare19 I met Tony Joseph, the author of Early Indians – the History of Our Ancestors and Where We Came From[1], first in Jaipur Literature Festival in 2019 and next at Mathrubhoomi Literature Festival in January, 2020 at…

Why Dalit Lives Do Not Matter?

in Annihilate Caste — by Kancha Ilaiah Shepherd —June 22, 2020FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailShare59 A teenaged Dalit boy was shot dead at his home in Uttar Pradesh’s Domkhera village in Amroha district at a time when the Black Lives Matter movement was shaking the whole world. He was…

Black Lives Matter must fire up India’s anti-caste movement to fight its central villain

India is yet to see a movement against caste on the scale of Black Lives Matter, even though both racial and caste discrimination share the notion of inferior and superior. KANCHA ILAIAH SHEPHERD21 June, 2020 10:42 am ISThttps://www.facebook.com/plugins/like.php?href=https://theprint.in/opinion/black-lives-matter-india-anti-caste-movement-fight-villain-manu/445727/&layout=button_count&show_faces=false&width=105&action=like&colorscheme=light&height=21 Members of…