Chinese Rebirth in India: Highest Supreme Caste

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  1. AardwarkThe2nd

    AardwarkThe2nd Half Step Sword Immortal

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    Raw Link: https://www.qidian.com.tw/books/3687388


    Description: In India, the people who believe in Hinduism are divided into four castes: Brahmin, Kshatriya, Vaishya and Shudra! Along with Dalit being extremely low, untouchables!

    Here, the high caste enjoys all the privileges, and the low caste living conditions are so hard to imagine. This is also an important reason for the great gap between rich and poor in India.

    And otaku Tang Ning is born again to India's highest level of Brahmin, young Shakulu's body. Then how will he use this noble identity and mere 16 years of knowledge and experience to re-build his own life? Please wait and see!

    MC died in 2016, China, and was transmigrated to 1990, India!

    Why this should be picked up: Rebirth in modern India. The MC time travels and takes advantage of future knowledge to become strong (something something supreme yoga), get many wives (something something supreme caste) and become rich as fuck (something something supreme time travel).

    Warning: Will most likely be racist against Indians.
     
  2. RozenKristal

    RozenKristal NUF gender bender Emperor -> Queen

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    :\ Heh... not my cup of tea but good luck.
     
  3. akki

    akki [Ani's C☕ffee-mate #3] [Hogging Rika] [Dead]

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    Wow really?
     
  4. Laurence02

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    Interesting, if slightly racist, concept. I would totally like to see a translation of this.
     
  5. ToastedRossi

    ToastedRossi Well-Known Member

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    Wow, the story concept looks absolutely fascinating (except for the otaku bit). If it's well-researched and relatively free of racism, it can be really good! I'm pretty interested in reading more about India, so it's right up my alley. The only problem is that my reading queue is crazy long right now so I don't know if I'll be able to squeeze it in.
     
  6. bibi

    bibi Well-Known Member

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    sorry, but -1.
    didn't like this one...
     
  7. otaku31

    otaku31 Well-Known Member

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    As an Indian, I can tell you that this novel's concept is all wrong. In post-independence India, being born as a lower caste equals more opportunities because of reservation system. Also, can only legally marry only one wife (Moreover, Brahmins, the highest Hindu caste, have traditionally been practising monogamy).
     
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  8. Someguy666

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    I can already tell this is some racist shit.
     
  9. Ameber

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    The novel has been deleted by qidian because of plagiarism.
    By the way, Rebirth in British: Became a Rich Man, another novel of auther was deleted because of the same reason.
     
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  10. criticalmind

    criticalmind Enter Chunni Name Here

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    Yeah... not happening. I don't know what Chinese people think about Indians, but I don't think anyone in India fits that description remotely. At least not in the last 200 years. It's like the author is trying to fit modern India into some vague twisted version of Ancient China
     
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  11. Ananya

    Ananya Top lvl Gokiburi Buster

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    Well, I can read it and laugh, making fun of author's understanding about India.