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This is pertaining to the class based system that had its omnipresence in India.The class based division was based on the job that people did for a living.Certain jobs like being the king,chanting hyms(prayers) and sacred verses about gods,merchants,noblemen,landlords were considered and deemed worthy and jobs like peasantry,pottery,sanitation workers and tribal people were considered as slaves,untouchables,gargoyles.Though this system was legally abolished with the Indian independence in the year1947 it stills exists insidiously.
For the betterment of the oppressed people The erstwhile government in 1950's bought reservation system that is special preferences to the oppressed people to improve the living standards of their clans.This reservation policy still exist till date and is deemed as denial of equality to opportunities to the general public whose ancestors were once
consecrated and enjoyed a noble status
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