Impact Of Democratization On Tribe-Caste Continuum: A Sociological Study Of India

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Devika Kumari Agrawal , Prof. (Dr.) Ambika Prasad Pandey


India is the motherland of democracy. Ex -president of India Mr. Ram Nath Kovind, on his farewell speech at the eve of demitting offices engrossed on Dr. B. R. Ambedkar’s believed of social democracy. Social democracy faced on equality, freedom, fraternity should underline political democracy. Newly elected president of India Mrs. Draupadi Murmuji blessed the country, “it is the power of our democracy that a daughter born in a poor house, a daughter born in remote tribal area can reach the highest constitutional post in India”. India has paved the way for equality, equity, freedom, solidarity and development. Although, India is full of diversity in terms of religion, caste, class and ethnicity and the constitution binds this diversity in one string. Affirmative action has vanished all the disparities and put all citizens on a stage. This study is being focused on the impact of democratization on so called fourth world citizen’s participation in local governance of India. Exploratory and Diagnostic research approach has been implemented in this research article. The data has been collected quantitatively and qualitatively to analyze the objectives.

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