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  1. moustache tax ,,in india but East india company rule ❤️ abolished it 🙏🙏🙏Untouchables” were expected to tie an earthen pot round their neck so that their sputum did not fall to the ground and pollute the,,,😂😂😂
    East india company abolished many shameful slaveries 🙏🙏🙏
    God bless East india company,,
    slaveries are existing in the world ,, even today,,But ,😁😁😁
    There was a cruel SLAVERY existed in the city of asam india,,,land Lords were powerful ,, when the land lord was died they buried him with all costly materials that he used and also all his servants buried along with him alive 😁😁😁 😁 British and East India company abolished this evil SLAVERY in india in east india company rule by a special law God bless uk
    The "breast tax" (mulakkaram or mula-karam in Malayalam) was a head tax imposed on the Nadars, Ezhavars and lower caste communities by the Kingdom of Kingdom of Tranvancore (in present-day Kerala state of India).[1][web 1][web 2][note 1] They were expected to pay the tax when they became laborers, about the age of fourteen.[8][note 5] The lower caste men had to pay a similar tax, called tala-karam, "moustache tax," independent from their wealth or income.[5]
    British india abolished this evil SLAVERY ,,God bless East India company British rule ❤️ abolished many cruel slaveries that existed in Tamil Nadu india 🙏🙏🙏🙏 for example,,in the year 1934 a British collector issued 1,.2 million agriculture lands to socially untouchable people ,,One needs to go back a hundred years to understand what was owed to the community, that gave a ray of hope, only to be snatched away abruptly. In 1892, J.H.A. Tremenheere, the British District Collector of Chengalpattu , submitted his extensive report on living conditions of Paraiyars (a caste under Scheduled Castes) titled “Notes on the Pariahs of Chingleput”.1 The report carried detailed studies of the deprivation that the community was living through, and ended with policy recommendations to the government in Madras Presidency in order to improve their living conditions. One of it was to give plots of ‘waste’ lands to the Depressed Classes, including Dalits.
    In September 1892, the Madras Presidency passed the orders to assign plots conditionally to members of the community. Conditions dictated that these plots could not be transferred to any person who is not a member of Scheduled Castes through sale, gift, mortgage or lease. It is said that up until 1934, land in the order of 1.2 million acres was assigned to members of the community and such plots are known as Panchami Land. In particular, Panchama means the fifth, which can be taken to refer to the the place attributed to ‘Untouchables’ outside the varna system. Hence, the land for Panchamas was named Panchami.
    Thank you Jesus for East India company 🙏🙏👍👍👍
    The social structure of caste in India is rooted in the Varna system which segregates the Hindu society hierarchically into four Varnas namely, Brahmins, Kshatriyas, Vaishyas and Shudras. The Panchamars or “untouchables” (present day Dalits) are placed below the category of Shudras and exist outside the four fold Varna system. The ideology of caste is based on the notions of purity and pollution. The Panchamars1 were considered the lowest in the society and apart from serving the upper caste landlords they were assigned common duties like removing dead cattle, cleaning drainage, and played a pivotal role in death and funeral ceremonies. Due to the nature of their work they were considered “untouchables” and lived in the fringes of the village. Denied access to mainstream society, their very sight was believed to cause pollution. “Untouchables” were expected to tie an earthen pot round their neck so that their sputum did not fall to the ground and pollute the,,, agriculture lands to these people are to help them live with respect and DIGNITY
    🙏🙏🙏👍it is quiet marvellous to understand that the earth is rotating and we are living in it ,,
    Human race ,animals , female or male ,death or life tells us that God is immortal,,
    We can believe God,,and we must fear Him
    We all must try do good works as East India company or British empire ❤️ did 🙏🙏👍🙏God bless you 🙏 amen 🙏

  2. In 'terminal' and ' Forrest gump' I loved his acting the innocence he brought into those character was just too good one of my favourite actors

  3. I stopped watching him as soon as he spouted some b.s. about politics. He went Woke, I hope he goes broke.

  4. Of the movies I saw of his…I got them all right. I guess that proves I love his movies?

  5. He’s the biggest Tom hanks enthusiast that he’s so connected
    He doesn’t know anything about him

  6. Remember God loves you♥️
    John 3:16
    For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son that whosoever believeth in him should not perish but have everlasting life.
    PLEASE turn your life around and repent.🙏
    the clock is ticking…

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