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i see a sun that never sets,
that enlighten inner quest,
by transcending hearts gate
to overcome lives fade
Amid so much of brouhaha
On the political front in India
Here's a real Good News-
From the God's own country.
now hear the unheard cries
of dalit women plight
upper caste takes pride
humanity here despise
oh nirvaan! truly dearly you,
how should i tell you,
how much i love you,
i am your uncle,
The Saffronization of India?
–Phulbani, Kandhammal, Orissa, India.
'Calm follows every storm;
But Christians must be calm! '
I was born on a windy night-
When the clock stroke twelve
Under the starry sky,
In a tarpaulin covered tent.
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Power remains only in family name
They have established reign over national game
We are a people of peerless unity
Come what may we've pledged solidarity:
Though some of us may demand
A separate Dalit Land
Dalit, Dalit is a word signifying
What is it trodden, suppressed, oppressed
And exploited and tortured,
The poorly downtrodden, have-nots, the exploited,
This is possible in India,
In Indian context only,
Not at all applicable to English literature
In an arid land of arid human minds
Caste, yet again authored a tragedy.
He, disease wrecked, downtrodden,
long-ago skinner of animals, sets out.
The entity that is dreaded by all but ever present everywhere, a non-respecter of age,
Poverty does not have regard for race, nor nationality, as it is present in every part of the globe,
Poverty breeds diseases, it has siblings like misery, ignorance, illiteracy, dejection, rejection, degradation, agony,
Poverty means the difference between haves and have-nots, the rich and the poor, the upper and the lower class,
Dalit literature, let them write,
You write it not,
The story of their life,
The narratives and anecdotes
Dalit's case, why are they handling,
Dalit's matter, why are they taking up,
Let them take up and say
Rather than them
let the water flow, let it flow
so that i can clean you up
The Taj Mahal's love tale is eternal
Built by a prince to mark lost bridal joys
White marble sculpted in a vast farewell
Fashioned with all the grandeur wealth employs
'First they came for the Kashmiris
And I did not speak out,
Because I was not a Kashmiri.
Dalit jaatiyo ka itihas
Mai likhana chahata hun,
Unke sangharsha aur anubhava,
Unki anubhuti aur bhavana ko
Who will the autobiography of her
And it will be an autobiography not,
But a biography
Dalit men and women,
Dalit feelings and emotions,
Thoughts and ideas,
I am trying to understand
The politics of Dalit literature,
Who the politicians
And how their politics
Is Kali the Dark Divine,
The Dark Lady
Of the thieves, dacoits and snatchers
Kali the Lady, the Dark Divine,
Ek Dalit ladaki kere haath she
Ki tamanna hain,
Apnei ko shuddha karna chahata hun.
Ek Dalit ladaki she pyaar,
Usei pyaar kar
Dhoka nahi dei denaa.
A Dalit girl,
Where was she born
And where did she go away,
A Dalit girl,
I see her struggling all daylong,
A poor Dalit woman,
Working in her home,
Working in the master's house,
What is in Dalit lit., Sir?
I just want to ask
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