Chamar Women Foraging in Field after Harvest, Punjab, India

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Chamar women foraging in a field after farmer has harvested his crop. A Chamar, or untouchable, is someone who belongs to the Dalit communities, now classified as a ‘Scheduled Caste’ under modern India's system of positive discrimination. The tag is used to describe any member of a wide range of low-caste Hindu groups and any person outside the caste system in Indian society.

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