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Shahna, K., A.

Research scholar, Department of History, University of Calicut, Kerala, India

Abstract


This study explores the issues related to the silence imposed historically, socio-culturally and politically on the marginalised community among the Muslims. It brings to the fore their voices and visions, issues and struggles, shares their achievements and critically highlights weaknesses and limitations. There is an attempt to address questions of Dalit Muslims’ exclusion, their identity, their ambiguous relationship with other Dalits and the assertion of their rights and dignity. Discriminations and deprivations of caste Muslims in all the sector of the country have its own context specificities. This paper is an ethnographic account adds to the evidence base of the calm for scheduled caste status and attempt to gain some grounded understanding caste like subdivisions among Muslims.

Keywords


marginalized muslim, dalit, kerala muslims.

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Shahna, K., A. (2021). Social Division of Marginalized Communities among Muslims in Kerala. John Foundation Journal of EduSpark, 3(1), 35-43.

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