जूठन: पहला खंड [Joothan]

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  • Title: जूठन: पहला खंड [Joothan]
  • Author: Omprakash Valmiki
  • ISBN: 9788171198542
  • Page: 195
  • Format: Paperback

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जूठन: पहला खंड [Joothan]

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  1. Omapraka s a Va lmi ki or Omprakash Valmiki 30 June 1950 17 November 2013 was an Indian Dalit writer and poet well known for his autobiography, Joothan, considered a milestone in Dalit literature He was born at the village of Barla in the Muzzafarnagar district of Uttar Pradesh After retirement from Government Ordnance Factory he lived in Dehradun where he died of complications arising out of stomach cancer on 17 November 2013 3 Being a Dalit child, he was tortured and abused everywhere in society He was fortunate enough to be born in a household where everyone loved and cared for him The support and encouragement he gained from the family enabled him to face the dangers of being a Dalit Right from the early stages of his life, Valmiki was conscious of the importance of studies and hence he was always a bright student Reading and writing made him an enlightened human being Valmiki married Chanda despite the protestations his father accepted her as his daughter in law He was not allotted a house in the government colony They had to struggle a lot during the initial days of marriage But he soon settled and both Valmiki and Chanda started a happy married life.In his novel Joothan he talked about the discrimination they had to face in the school at different points He says During the examinations we could not drink water from the glass when thirsty To drink water, we had to cup our hands The peon would pour water from way high up, lest our hands touch the glass Omprakash Valmiki describes his life as an untouchable, or Dalit, in the newly independent India of the 1950s Joothan refers to scraps of food left on a plate, destined for the garbage or animals Dalits have been forced to accept and eat joothan for centuries, and the word encapsulates the pain, humiliation, and poverty of a community forced to live at the bottom of India s social pyramid Although untouchability was outlawed in 1949, Dalits continued to face discrimination, economic deprivation, violence, and ridicule Valmiki shares his struggle to survive a preordained life of perpetual physical and mental persecution and his transformation into a speaking subject under the influence of the Dalit political leader, B R Ambedkar.Besides Joothan 1997 Valmiki published three collections of poetry Sadiyon Ka Santaap 1989 , Bas Bahut Ho Chuka 1997 , and Ab Aur Nahin 2009 He also wrote two collections of short stories, Salaam 2000 , and Ghuspethiye 2004 In addition, he wrote Dalit Saahity Ka Saundaryshaastr 2001 and a history of the Valmiki community, Safai Devata 2009 , Do Chera a play.

  2. It is sad how the world, although with the same mentality tells itself new with a veil on the face.One can deny easily the truth and one can easily say the conditions are better but it is never easy to see someone else without judgement.To see them with their suffering and past and Joothan brings it a little closer.To tell you the truth of the people who suffered from thousands of years and will suffer a little yet.The fight is not about respect but about existence and stories like these from t [...]

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