casteless


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casteless

(ˈkɑːstləs)
adj
(Sociology) having no caste
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Adj.1.casteless - not belonging to or having been expelled from a caste and thus having no place or status in society; "the foreigner was a casteless person"
Bharat, India, Republic of India - a republic in the Asian subcontinent in southern Asia; second most populous country in the world; achieved independence from the United Kingdom in 1947
unwanted - not wanted; not needed; "tried to give away unwanted kittens"
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Thou art a casteless Hindu - a bold and unblushing beggar, attached, belike, to the Holy One for the sake of gain.
Or perhaps you'd rather be one of the dwarvish casteless, who belong nowhere and are regarded as lower than filth by their own kind.
For a free India, federal India, secular India, casteless India, classless India
Social exclusion, resistance and deras: Exploring myth of casteless society in Punjab.
Summary: Jadhav says dropping family names would be a 'giant step' in creating a casteless, merit-based society
To give him the benefit of the doubt, one might note that sociologists have argued that a "casteless" class has recently emerged in India, a class that comprises the beneficiaries of privileges accrued over generations and, thus, can claim to be casteless (Deshpande, 2013).
Referring to his commitment of inclusive growth, Modi said he has a casteless and religionless vision for the weaving industry.
Together we are fighting against racism and for the rights of indigenous peoples, speaking out about the struggles of Dalits for a casteless society, and advocating for people with disabilities.
He is enthusiastic about Christianity, liberty, and casteless societies.
He baptised them as Sikhs, thus giving a lesson of casteless society and national integration.
While the constitution discourages caste based politics and aspires to achieve a casteless society politics of caste has made it a permanent feature of the society- more strengthened and institutionalised than ever.
With its unique message of casteless equality and brotherhood of men, and simple and easy to understand and practice the tenets, and superb morality it was quite natural that the vast majority of people in certain areas with access to Sufi Muslims would embrace Islam.