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9789350290750 60ba364801dbdd61a20d751f My Father Baliah https://cdn1.storehippo.com/s/607fe93d7eafcac1f2c73ea4/60ba654f2c6b6f1969ef1442/webp/9789350290750.jpg The extraordinary story of a Dalit family in southern India Poised to inherit a huge tract of land gifted by the Nizam to his father twenty-one-year-old Narsiah loses it to a feudal lord. This triggers his migration from Vangapally his ancestral village in the Karimnagar District of Telangana - the single most important event that would free his family and future generations from caste oppression. Years later it saves his son Baliah from the fate reserved for most Dalits: a life of humiliation and bonded labour. A book written with the desire to make known the inhumanity of untouchability and the acquiescence and internalization of this condition by the Dalits themselves Y.B. Satyanarayana chronicles the relentless struggle of three generations of his family in this biography of his father. A narrative that derives its strength from the simplicitywith which it is told My Father Baliah is a story of great hardship and greater resilience. 9789350290750
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My Father Baliah

ISBN: 9789350290750
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  • ISBN: 9789350290750
  • Author: Satyanarayana Y.B.
  • Publisher: HarperCollins
  • Pages: 236
  • Format: Paperback

Book Description

The extraordinary story of a Dalit family in southern India Poised to inherit a huge tract of land gifted by the Nizam to his father twenty-one-year-old Narsiah loses it to a feudal lord. This triggers his migration from Vangapally his ancestral village in the Karimnagar District of Telangana - the single most important event that would free his family and future generations from caste oppression. Years later it saves his son Baliah from the fate reserved for most Dalits: a life of humiliation and bonded labour. A book written with the desire to make known the inhumanity of untouchability and the acquiescence and internalization of this condition by the Dalits themselves Y.B. Satyanarayana chronicles the relentless struggle of three generations of his family in this biography of his father. A narrative that derives its strength from the simplicitywith which it is told My Father Baliah is a story of great hardship and greater resilience.

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