I’ve been getting emails asking me to give a brief information about myself. Okay, here I am. My name is Pardeep and I am 29 years old untouchable guy from Punjab (India). I dream about Begumpura of Sri Guru Ravidas Ji and Utopia of Dr B. R. Ambedkar, i.e. are these achievable? I want to see caste free society in my lifetime and start my own business! By profession, I am an engineer and I also dreams about writing a book one day! Here at this blog, I document my random thoughts and ideas. You are welcome to comment or correct me (yes, I am in the learning phase of ‘how to write’). I would also like to take this opportunity to express my gratitude towards my parents, who believed in me; my brothers, who always supported me; my friends especially Vaibhav, who supported me blindly and thinks I’m Harry Potter!; Mukesh, who thinks I’m his ideal, Dr. S.L. Virdi, my guide and source of inspiration since childhood; Derdak Tibor, who thinks I’m ahead of my age and many more who always inspired me to write no matter how terribly I wrote. I’m also thankful to all those friends whom I don’t know personally but who are spreading the word about this blog and are continuously thriving for equality. ‘Dalit History’ section is possible because of the efforts by Pravin Khobragade. Thanks a ton!
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