The origin of racism and casteism

The origin of racism and caste ism

 The origin of racism and casteism

The origin of racism and casteism:

 
The origin of racism and casteism, History also provides evidence that this system of color and generation was the basis of the coming of the Aryans into India. It is not possible to estimate the damage is done to Arya’srace and caste system for a long time, so many kingdoms and governments have been destroyed. There are those who come and occupy an area and enforce their laws on the local people.
History is fraught with numerous instances in which the occupiers painted their foot with the massacre of the oppressed and the innocent in order to maintain their monopoly. It is also important to say how millions of innocent people have been abducted for the sake of ethnicity. Varna “, this is why casteism and racismhave spread so much since their arrival in India and Sindh. Historians refer to” Peacock “and other racists after the” RigVeda “. Even today, these four castes are famous, among them, (1) Brahma – (Pandit) (2) Rajina (prince or Sena leaf) (3) Vasia (the people) (4) Shudras (Neches or slaves).
 
The foundation of this building, founded on racism and casteism, was further strengthened by the influence of “Manocha Seventh”. This ‘Manusha Seventh’ or ‘Manusmriti’ is a major scholar of Aryans and rulers in 900 BC who introduced casteism and racism into Hindus. When the Brahmins saw that they could not erase the Sindhis, they introduced the law of racism to prove Aryan blood superior. After that, religious revolutions came to lessen this tendency for racism, and the ancient nations breathed a little sigh. After the Aryans, Sack, Greek, Uchiha, and other conquering nations came here, but they could not erase the ancient nations, but they themselves became absorbed in them.
 
Thus, for the last few thousand years, the social system of Sindh has been laid on the basis of racism. For some time after the Arabs came to the region, the system must have been diminished, but after losing their grip, the system spread rapidly. While many people attributed themselves to the Arabs, caste was the basis. This system is still common in Pakistan today and maybe less so in other countries. Its effects can be seen in Sindh and Punjab, for a while its new form has also appeared in the form of imperialism. In view of this, it is against Islam, because when it is said that all Muslims are brothers, then what is the status of this high standard. The question arises whether Muslims are following the last sermon.