satyaprakash wrote:Politicians do that for votes. Bramhins are not in that business.
They are very much in that business. Most of the Brahmin friends I have do not like to mingle with the SCs/STs.
Any one living in city is always moving around with every one else in all public transport and all hotels and hospitals and offices etc. In which age are you living?
I am living in a modern age only. It is most of the traditional Brahmins who are still living in an ancient age and treat SCs/STs/OBCs as untouchables. Even to this date, in the marriage parties or other ceremonies organized by Brahmins, the family members or Brahmin friends are served in separate chambers or in different turns.
They mingle with SCs/STs at public places only because the Indian law does not allow them to discriminate against the SCs/STs. Given a choice most womb-born brahmins (i.e. brahmins by birth) would not like to share seats or food with SCs/STs.
What you do inside your house is your own outlook. We need not forcibly bring a Paraya or a PBK into our house and dine with them.
This is what I wish to underline. Most Brahmins practice discrimination against lower caste Hindus in their private lives. Outside their homes their behaviour towards the underpriviliged is only due to fear of law.
PBKs are banned from eating outside. Why? Are the non-PBKs equal to sc/sts? It seems PBKs are following the untouchability of all else in a very vigorous way!
PBKs are just advised to allowed food cooked by non-PBKs. But they can accept fruits, biscuits, milk, fruit juice, dry fruits, curd, etc. from anyone including SCs/STs. And within the PBK family they can eat food cooked by any PBK irrespective of their caste, creed, religion, language, state or nationality, provided that the vegetarian food is cooked in God's remembrance and with purity.
Your saying is useful to attract people, especially sudras to your fold.
Your repeated use of the word 'Sudras' shows how much you hate them. When you are expressing so much hatred for the Sudras on a public forum like this, one can easily guess how much hatred you practice against them in your personal life.
In order to avoid using the derogatory word Sudras, Mahatma Gandhi encouraged the usage of word 'harijan' (people of God) to refer to lower caste Hindus. But today, even that respectable word 'Harijan' is considered to be derogatory by lower caste Hindus. And in this modern age, even after more than six decades after the demise of Mahatma Gandhi, you wish to use the word 'Sudras' in a derogatory fashion again and again. It just shows to what extent you are practicing Brahminism (if you are a Brahmin; and you do appear to be a Brahmin by your writings).
Anyway, it is your own life and your vision.