Revisiting Indian Society Through The Dalit Poetry
Disha Mondal
Dalit, poetry, aesthetic, body, struggle
Dalits of India are farthest from power and hence belong to the lowest stratum of caste hierarchy. The marginalization is based both on the religious principle of pollution and purity and the cultural construction of power. Dalit literature reveals the collective consciousness of people whose voice has been suppressed through long ages of history. It is a protest against the establishment and a commitment to order. This revolutionary aim was rooted in anger and sorrow-the two crucial emotional stimuli of all Dalit writing. Dalit poetry is also marked by these emotions. They are based on everyday experience without pompous words and ‘poetic aesthetic”.
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Unique Paper ID: 151248

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 7, Issue 12

Page(s): 700 - 702
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