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If untouchability lives, humanity must die.
Hinduism dies if untouchability lives, and untouchability has to die if Hinduism is to live.
We shall together open the doors of good politics and will work without indulging in political untouchability.
My fight against untouchability is a fight against the impure in humanity.
The removal of untouchability is a question of the purification of Hinduism.
The purification required is not of untouchables but of the so-called superior castes.
Untouchability is a many-headed monster and forms, some of them so subtle as not to be easily detected.
When untouchability is rooted out, these distinctions will vanish and no one will consider himself superior to any other.
The removal of untouchability is one of the highest expressions of ahimsa.
Untouchability is a terrible reality.
The attack on untouchability is an attack on this high-and low-ness.
In battling against untouchability, and in dedicating myself to that battle, I have no less an ambition than to see a full regeneration of humanity.
Untouchability is an error of long standing.
Ravana was a rakshasa but this rakshasi of untouchability is even more terrible than Ravana.
The more I study Hindu scriptures, and the more I discuss them with Brahmins, the more I feel convinced that untouchability is the greatest blot upon Hinduism.
Diversity there certainly is in the world, but it means neither inequality nor untouchability.
If untouchability lives, Hinduism perishes and even India perishes, but if untouchability is eradicated from the Hindu heart, root and branch, then Hinduism has a definite message for the world.
We shall dig our own grave if we do not purge ourselves of this curse of untouchability.
Untouchability, I hold, is a sin, if Bhagavadgita is one of our Divine Books.
Untouchability is a hydra-headed monster.
To remove untouchability is a penance that caste Hindus owe to Hinduism and to themselves.
There is no 'as far as possible' on the question of untouchability. If it is to go, it must go in its entirety from the temples as from everywhere else.
They learned to hate her unknowability, her untouchability, the collage of her.
A true man of piety will consider himself a sinner and, therefore, untouchable.
Hinduism has sinned in giving sanction to untouchability.
We are too near the scene of tragedy to realize that this canker or untouchability has traveled far beyond its prescribed limits and has sapped the very foundation of the whole nation.
Whilst the Bihar calamity damages the body, the calamity brought about by untouchability corrodes the very soul.
The untouchability of Hinduism is probably worse than that of the modern imperialists.
I would far rather that Hinduism died than that untouchability lived.
Men like me feel that untouchability is no integral part of Hinduism, it is an excrescence.
If untouchability is an integral part of Hinduism, the latter is a spent bullet.
Untouchability is a blot on Hinduism. It is a canker eating into its vitals.
Let us, by praying, purify ourselves and we shall not only remove untouchability but shall also hasten the advent of Swaraj.
Untouchability of foreign cloth is as much a virtue with all of us as untouchability of the suppressed classes must be a sin with every devout Hindu.
For me there is a vital connection between the Bihar calamity and the untouchability campaign.
Hindu-Muslim unity, khaddar and removal of untouchability are to me the foundation of Swaraj.
No stone should be left unturned to bring home to the family members that untouchability is a sin and a blot on Hinduism.
So long as untouchability disfigures Hinduism, so long do I hold the attainment of Swaraj to be an utter impossibility.
I regard untouchability as such a grave sin as to warrant divine chastisement.