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Title: Broadsheet on Contemporary Politics, Volume 1, No 4 (Quarterly) Bilingual (English and Telugu)
Other Titles: What’s the Menu? Food Politics and Hegemony
Keywords: Political challenge to vegetarianism and cultural assertion of Dalit and other marginal groups India
Important dimension of the beef festival at Osmania University, India
Hegemony of an upper-caste culture and the vegetarianism - India
The caste-based Hindu society and the food hierarchy
“Origin of Untouchability,” 1916 - two taboos and the socio-cultural codes - India
Two taboos and its two divisions in Hindus – India
Cow slaughter and beef eating – an unnecessary and immoral acts - India
The Beef Stall Case in Hyderabad’s Sukoon Festival – India
Clarification about beef and health proposed by Dalit Students Union, University of Hyderabad – India
Food, culture, politics – India
Issue Date: Sep-2012
Publisher: Anveshi Research Centre for Women’s Studies.
Place of Publication: Hyderabad, India
Series/Report no.: Broadsheet on Contemporary Politics, Volume 1, No 4 (Quarterly) Bilingual (English and Telugu) September 2012
ISSN: 2278-3423
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