The suicide of Rohith Vemula has stirred the nation's conscience and develop new paradigms of inclusive 'development'. His suicide has brought a grim reminder to the rulers that they cannot develop India excluding Adijans (Dalits) from the portals of development. He has generated a new national discourse on the act of suicide forcing even the Prime Minister to call this as a loss to Mother India.
Sex is eternal and universal. To some it is also cosmic. The idea of marriage is going through a swift transformation globally. The recent judgment of the Supreme Court in the US, the pronouncements by Pope Francis on gay marriage are manifestations of a rapid change that is taking place in institutional sex.
The leadership of oppressed sections in society must understand that they are dealing with systems and structures and their responses have to be systemic and structural. Otherwise the dialectic value will be lost and there will not be any synthesis. Caste system is region specific. The same cannot be said of Capitalistic and socialistic systems.
Ghar Wapsi is a vehement call by Hindutva forces for a public recognition of their systems and structures of governance. Many academicians and intellectuals have been critical of such an attempt. We must locate it in the context of a dialectic movement that was started way back in 1906. It became clear that the British would leave their system of governance in the hands of Indians.