The second of a two-part article, this piece explores how food based caste-discrimination manifests itself within the structure of official State food security policies.
Caste based discrimination assumes varying forms and shapes, with discrimination embedded into food and food habits being particularly worrisome. This article explores the historical and cultural context from which this issue arises.
Amartya Sen calls him “My Father in Economics”, while Ambedkar’s political vision is celebrated his economic vision has largely been forgotten. Ayush tries to explore Ambedkar, the Forgotten Economist.