Casteless have traditionally occupied the lowest place in the caste system of Hindu India; they were called casteless because they were considered to be outside the confines of caste. Today it is illegal to discriminate against a casteless, yet they remain at the bottom of the caste hierarchy, performing the most menial roles demanded by society. The casteless number about 60 million out of 300 million Hindus, making caste discrimination one of the world's most comprehensive human rights issues today. In five programmes, this series depicts an exposed group of people who, despite continuous degradation and persecution, continue to live their lives with dignity. is a series of five programmes. One of which is: . Joginis are casteless girls who, when they were very young, were given in marriage to the goddess Yelloma. But not only do the girls have to serve their goddess; they are expected to serve the local men as well.