Dalit discourse in the stories of the tenth decade: with special reference to the spirit of rebellion against caste-discrimination

Jagdishchandra Bairagi*; Dr. Aruna Dubey**; Dr. Geeta Nayak***
*Research scholar, Hindi study Centre, Vikram University, Ujjain, MP; **Assistant-Professor, Hindi, Sh. Kalidas Girls College, Ujjain, MP; ***Acharya and former President, Hindi Study School, Vikram University, Ujjain, MP; India
Corresponding author: jcb1480@gmail.com

 

DOI: 10.52984/ijomrc2104

ABSTRACT:

 Since ancient times, the varna system has hit the social fabric badly. In today's modern era, caste discrimination has created a feeling of rebellion in the young mind. Whose live depiction is reflected in the stories of Hindi Dalit story writer, Dr. Sushila Takbhor, Omprakash Valmiki ji. In the present paper, an attempt has been made to present a comparative study of caste-based discrimination in the stories of the tenth decade, and by analyzing the resentment of Dalit youth, educated upper-caste youth, have obtained the conclusion that there should be social change for caste harmony. But its pace is still sluggish, to speed up its pace, the writers of Hindi literature need to make more efforts.
KEY WORD: Rebellion, caste system, Dalit, upper caste,