The article follows the preface by Mike Ghouse.
Our textbooks should not teach about the caste system, even though it is a practice with a few Indians and India.
Our children should not be subjected to such humiliation on one side and have other kids look down upon them.
The practice is embedded in the psyche of many upper-caste Indians; these men do not appreciate the laws of this land that treated them with dignity.
These men do not respect the practices of the United States and want to keep the Shudras at the bottom. The case at Cisco is an example; there are many more not reported. Suing is the only way to correct these practices. Alas, we can do this in India and rid of the caste system that was not in the scripture until Manu cooked it up.
We may want to pass laws that will require one to take the oath that they will not discriminate against one’s caste. It needs to go from the minds of the upper caste Hindus.
We should not teach any discriminatory teaching to our kids in the United States.
Courtesy of Washington Post