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Do you think expressions like "Buri nazar wale tera muh kala" is racist?
 
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Do you think expressions like "Buri nazar wale tera muh kala" is racist?


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No doubt about it...racism (n)
Ive seen so many bollywood films and they have the term "muh kala hogaya"

when they insult someone...when I look back, I thought it was a 90's thing

Neha, I like the comparrison thing you did with Krishna and Kaali Maa


 
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Not only is it racist but highly offensive...you're basically encouraging body shaming
Common thing in India.

Sit a person on a donkey with a blacked face
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It's a common experssion in India and Pakistan, but not a "Hindu thing"

I made a video on the topic:


Lord krishna and Kali Maa are dark skinned...in some references even "black"
sooo, making such comments wuld be racially profiling (towards them)

This sickening term originated elsewhere, took root into Indian society.


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In this video we discuss "face blackening" & few historical facts.
Sikh holy book says: The faithless cynic barks out his lies, and his face is blackened. ||4||
bolih kUru swkq muKu kwrw ]4]
boleh koor saakat mukh kaaraa ||4||
https://www.sikhitothemax.org/ang?source=G&ang=239

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malik_Ambar
Malik Ambar (1548 – 1626)
was a Siddi military leader in the
Deccan region of India

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shahaji
"The generals of the Ahmadnagar
army included Shahaji,
whose son Shivaji subsequently
established a kingdom that
evolved into the Maratha Empire"


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Bhatvadi
The Battle of Bhatvadi
1624


As the newspaper noted a few months later in a case from Sind involving a “gentleman thief,” this was an old Indian mode of punishment, with the added detail that the parading was usually done with the person facing backwards on a donkey.
https://economictimes.indiatimes.com...ackening-face/



Man smeared with black paint, paraded on donkey across streets of Lahore
https://www.samaa.tv/news/2017/11/ma

The topic came up i my recommendations I'm surprised I missed this one

Me too, I always found it strange hearing that expression when many gods or goddesses are depicted dark skinned. It never made any sense.

Say if you live in Africa, they would hardly use such phrases

My guess is, the term was invented by a white man or someone very very light skinned


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