Hindu History is prime example of the fact that discrimination based on castes never existed in Hinduism Here are two examples to prove my point 1) Vidura- was Son of a maid servant often called as Dasi Putra in Mahabharata . Vidura studied Vedas & became Prime Minister of Hastinapur. Bhagwan shree Krishna used to eat with him in same plate and pitamah bhisma called him the wisest man on earth. 2) Karan was always thought to be a soot putra (sudra jaate) yet he became friend of duryodhana and enjoyed luxuary of palace due to his kshatriya varna (worrier traits). he ate with duryodhna in same plate without facing any discrimination. There is no casteism in Hinduism which means there is no discrimination either. All humans are equal by birth and has equal right to study Vedas. Jaate and Varna are part of Hinduism and that too without discrimination. There are approximately 3000 jatis in Hindu society that happens to come to child with their birth. and varna refers to the four different sects of the society which have specific responsibility towards the society Varna basically means "colour" or "veil".. It refers to the distinct traits and qualities i.e.guna that each person possess based on their quality heart and mind . There are four qualities that human beings possess and they are - 1)white =sattva = truthful Refers to love, purity, faith & detachment (qualities) This colour belongs to person with spiritual blend and seek true knowledge , these people basically belongs to Brahmin class. They hold spiritual & intellectual values & they are in charge of teaching the Vedic Sanskrit and is made up of his head. 2)red= rajas = energetic The colour represents traits that shows aggressive nature and high energy. The people associated with this seek power , status & honour these people posses martial and political mindset warriors that protect the nation and are hence made up of his arms. 3)yellow= rajas (communication, trade, interchange, and business) People with this colour and is in those who have commercial mindset. They are part of Vaishya class. These are the merchants and farmers in the production nature & hence made up of his belly. 4)black= tamas = inert, solid ignorance, dullness and inertia Depend on rest of the world for motivation & seek nothing. They make Shudra class. The Shudras are the labourers who perform menial chores & Hence are made up of his legs. Lets now study why is Jaate and Varna system important. Vedic system is First management system First management system that existed on earth was set up by jaate and varna system. Vedic system unveils Divine Self that is hidden in human beings. Like every new trainee starts as junior and learns from his senior to fit into his plate likewise even in Hinduism a child is born as trainee(shudra) ...and his deeds decide which place he will be working on for betterment of society. Just Like a Manager gives opportunity to the best person suited for the job, Hinduism also gives varna as per his deeds and interest to do the job and his deeds decide in what field of work his is best suited to work for. Management in Hinduism is divided into 4 parts kshatriya (The Man best suited for war and Fights i.e. warrior, landowners) shudra (Man best suited for serving society i.e. artians and agriculturalists) Brahmin (Man best suited for making strategies and rules for betterment of society . i.e. priests) Vaishya (The man best suited for buisness class i.e merchants) and Each one has unique role to run the society.