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Sujatha Gidla was born into India's lowest social caste, the untouchables. Despite moving to the U.S., the psychological toll of being untouchable left her feeling inferior for years.
The RSS's logic seems to be: if you can't be in power, at least manage it. That makes sense considering the alternative is
I'll never forget the story of two girls in particular, no more than 15 years old. Pushpa was a Dalit, an untouchable, and Susheela was a Brahmin, the priest and artisan caste. In their communities, this meant absolutely no mixing together. Their friendship challenged long-held traditions.
The system of varna insisted that the law of social life should not be cold and cruel competition, but harmony and co-operation. Society should not be a field of rivalry among individuals.
In another promotional spot for her TLC show, Palin says of the wilderness: "I'd rather be out here than in some dumpy old political office." Maybe this is one time when we should take her at her word.