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Ahmedabad Dalit comedian uses razor-sharp humour to fight caste barrier - plastic sheet

by:Cailong     2019-07-24
Ahmedabad Dalit comedian uses razor-sharp humour to fight caste barrier  -  plastic sheet
Her fight does not involve any drama, body or threat.
She used a razor.
With a sharp sense of humor, the demon known as caste discrimination was killed.
Manisha Varan, a native of the village of Khengarka, Jamnagar district, is a confident post
Graduate of art from Rajkot.
However, education did not allow her to overcome any hierarchy.
Varan ignored it for a long time until she decided to wipe it off.
Her fight does not involve any drama, body or threat.
She used a razor.
With a sharp sense of humor, the demon known as caste discrimination was killed.
Expert mahendi artist Varan also made some money while studying.
"At the peak of marriage, my village will make a lot of requests to me about mahendi.
"I earn 1,500 rupees a day during the wedding season," said Varan.
However, when she visited the bride's house for mahendi, she was often asked to wait outside.
"They will give us a plastic sheet to sit on so they can throw it away later.
They treat us with plastic cups when we ask for water and then dispose of it.
We will get food in use. and-throw plates.
This is all because I belong to the lower caste . "
She explained, "Initially, I ignored the story because they were my clients.
Later, I realized that if I didn't improve my voice right now, my client would treat it as a normal.
She said that one day she decided to meet one of her clients.
"When they asked me to sit outside the house and throw away the glass I used, I told the bride's maid that if I could pollute the glass so much, Varan said," Imagine, I can pollute the bride by touching her hands. ".
She said the family felt a little embarrassed but did not say much.
"So I jokingly told them that since I touched the bride's hand, they should also cut off the bride's hand and throw it away," Varan said . ".
Her statement immediately sparked a debate, she said, and the bride's family acknowledged that the rules they were not exposed to were set at their convenience.
"I also had a few friends there who told the family that we were all staying in the hostel and we didn't know who cooked our food or if anyone else was on the plate we ate.
They told them that we did not follow the caste system in the hostel, and it was meaningless to treat us in a different way in the village, "said Varan.
Since then, whenever Varan goes to the upper caste house, she always asks the bride's hand to be thrown away if the bride discriminated against her. "It has worked.
But this is just the end of the discrimination I face.
Even now in my village, people from my caste are still treated differently, "said Varan.
By the way, when she challenged casteism, her father blamed her for robbing a nonissue.
"He told me that this is how those people from lower caste are treated.
He may be fine, but I'm fine.
"They are looking for me out of my expertise, so I will not tolerate discrimination," Varan said in fact . ".
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