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The caste system was once an immutable fact of life in India, a rigid hierarchy underpinned by the “untouchables”, a group condemned to subsist on the margins of society. Today, the untouchables are known as Dalits and discrimination against them is banned by the constitution, although of course it still exists. Another area of discrimination is against women and many feel that “not only is it a curse to be a Dalit, but it is just as difficult being a woman”. This double discrimination has led an ordinary mother, Sampat Pal Devi, to set up an extraordinary citizens’ group, the Gulabi Gang, to fight for the rights of the excluded and to force social change.