Every time I meet someone nice I wonder how long before even his parents have a problem with my caste.
Indraprastha College for Women should perhaps celebrate its 95 years by giving back the right to breathe and survive to its students, and open its gates to freer discussions.
Let’s not have the Sabyasachis of the world tell us we are caked, or should be voluptuous, or that we can’t possibly know how to wear a saree.
The system basically allowed us to pretend that caste didn’t exist, and thus locked us into our rolls as agents in the propagation of casteism.
I am studying hard to become an IAS officer to create structural changes. I want to make an inclusive society.
I saw my friends casually throwing casteist remarks but I never spoke up, fearing ostracisation.