In Bihar, even horses have castes
'We decide the caste of a horse after a through check up of its colour, size, facial cut and behaviour,' said horse trader Ramadhar Singh. The first criterion is colour, followed by size, he added.ROTFL!!
'A particular horse behaves as per its caste -- horses of Brahmin caste are handsome, calm and well-behaved,' said Maheshwar Pandey, a horse rider.
He said a Brahmin horse easily follows its rider's orders; a Kshatriya caste horse is strong, tough and angry; and a horse of the Shudra caste is considered ill-mannered.
Pathetic!!... What more can one say about this?!!