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Spurn hypocrisy for development

The statue of Chandradev Sahu in Bihar's remote Gogo village is proof that countering Brahmanism is essential to the betterment of society. This needs to begin now, in our homes, because the family is the basis of society and society is just the family in large size

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About The Author

Upendra Kashyap

Upendra Kashyap is a journalist who has brought to light many socio-cultural specialties of the Shahabad area of Bihar. He was the first to write on Jiuitia from a Bahujan perspective

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