The autobiographies of the marginalized people are impregnate with sufferings. They became the focal point for inquisitive minds to visualize the ordeals of the oppressed. A wider study of these autobiographies is the requirement of the day to empathize with the out blowing agony of the heinously affected marginalized community. In the period after 1970, there emerged a wide range of literature on piteous plight of the forlorn people. This particular literature is the fountain spring of the protesting voice against the multi-pronged discrimination and exploitation of the indigence section by deliberate tyranny of the sophisticated people. There are a great number of writers from the suppressed society such as Bama, Laxman Gaikwad, Namdeo Dhasal, Daya Pawar, Arjun Dangle, Sachi Rautray, Rabi Singh, Basudev Sunani, Abhimani, Poomani, Imayam, Marku, Mangal Rathod, Neerave Patel and so on. They delineated their despairs and distresses in detailed account. Many scholars addressed themselves to take up this area to carry out research in. This book attempts to discover the dark afflictions of the marginalized and subaltern people, mainly Dalits, their rebellious voice for emancipation from inhuman treatment of the elite group to demolish the domain developed on the pedestal of biased caste system, to reconstruct and establish a new social system of fraternity, social justice and equality.