India claims only born Pariah are real Pariah, Declared Pariah can keep original caste status . . .
Indian gov’t violating Hindu evil caste system based on politics!
Gopal Raj Kumar,
Under the Hindu evil caste system, Brahmin (Priest caste) who cross the waters are Declared Pariah (casteless, no caste, outcaste) i.e. untouchable, unlookable, unapproachable.
Brahmin who leave the priesthood are Declared Pariah.
Brahmin who marry outside the caste are Declared Pariah.
Caste Hindu who leave the job functions, alloted under the Hindu evil caste system, or marry outside the caste are Declared Pariah.
Caste is not race but job functions.
Originally, caste began as race.
The pure Dravidian (dark skinned Caucasoid or old Caucasian) in north India were Declared Pariah. Under the Hindu evil caste system, they were alloted dirty, difficult, dangerous, demeaning, humiliating and polluting jobs like working with the dead, leather, and removing faeces with their bare hands.
The Aryan (Caucasian or new Caucasoid) in north India were Declared Brahmin under the Hindu evil caste system.
Between the Brahmin and Pariah were the other castes based on a mixture of Aryan and Dravidian.
The Aryan were descended from Albino Dravidian in north India.
When Brahmin moved to south India, they brought the Hindu evil caste system with them.
The people in south India were Declared Hindu after their sivalingga worship was added to Brahma worship and Vishnu worship in the north.
The formerly priestly class of the sivalingga worshippers were Declared Pariah.
The Hindu evil caste system in India collapsed and imploded after the number of Pariah reached 40 per cent of the Hindu population.
The Indian gov’t claims that only 20 per cent of Hindu are Pariah. The gov’t considers only born Pariah as real Pariah. According to the gov’t Declared Pariah are not real Pariah. That means that they can still keep their original caste status.
This is a violation of the Hindu evil caste system.
The gov’t is now training Pariah to be priests in Hindu temples.
The Pariah who become priests are not allowed to have their own temples i.e. just for Pariah.
In 1947, the Indian Constitution outlawed the Hindu evil caste system. Under the rule of law, the basis of the Constitution, there can be no discrimination.
No one is above the law.
All are equal under the law.
Where there are rights, there are remedies.
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