The 'untouchable' who touches many lives

May 2012
South Asian Post;5/10/2012, p16
The article presents information on the achievements of Babai Sathe, the village head of Jawalka village in Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra, India, who was born into the lowest caste that is considered untouchable in the Indian caste system. It reports that Sathe was married at the age of nine and was later abandoned by his husband for another woman. The efforts made by Sathe in improving the health conditions of many fellow women of her village are also discussed.


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