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Candle: Megah Single Wedding Favour

Candle: Megah Single Wedding Favour
We call these D'lights for 'Dalit lights as we see them as a great alternative to metallic T'lights. These lovely little candles have proved very popular as wedding favours. Approx Burn Time: 6 Hours Candle Dimensions: L 5.5 cm x W 5.5 cm x H 3.5 cm
Our Price: £2.99
ISBN/EAN: DGC108
Stock: 10
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DALIT GOODS CO was formed to raise awareness of the work of Life Association and the plight of the Dalit people of India. Life Association is a UK registered charity No. 1115262 who for 20 years have been building and managing schools and children's homes in India. We are a company with a difference, who are burning with a passion to improve the lives of the poor in India. We are committed to the highest standards of ethical and environmental responsibility in every area of Dalit Goods and combine western design with eastern skill to achieve this. WHO ARE THE DALIT PEOPLE? For over 3000 years the Dalits or Untouchables have been positioned at the bottom of Indias society and are subject to the most aggressive and dehumanising abuse. They are born into a culture that devalues them from birth with society considering them lower than animals. The term Dalit literally translates to downtrodden or oppressed and there are 250 million Dalits who are exposed to this injustice.
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