Archive for May, 2011

May Events

Iyothee Thass – Born on 20th May 1845  5th May 1909 – Chhatrapati Shahu Maharaj of Kolhapur, open a school for Mahar students at Udagaon on 1st May 1909.  In May 1920, in Nagpur the ‘Akhil Bhartiya Bahishkrit Parishad’ (All India Depressed Classes Society) was formed. Sahu Maharaj was the Chairman of this committee.
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West Bengal Elections and Gorkhaland issue.

West Bengal Elections and Gorkhaland issue.

  The total population of West Bengal at 2001 Census has been 80,176,197(80.2 million). Of these Scheduled Castes (SCs), constituting 23 per cent of the total population of the state. Scheduled Tribes (STs) constituting 5.5 per cent. The Rajbanshi and Namasudra having more than 32 lakhs population each constitute 35.8 per cent of the...
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Calling a Dalit by his caste

Calling a Dalit by his caste

Calling a Dalit by his caste with a view to insulting him or her is an offence under Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities Act), the Supreme Court has ruled, upholding the conviction of two persons in Tamil Nadu. A bench of justices Markandeya Katju and Gyan Sudha Misraals the “two tumbler”...
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Remebering Babu Mangu Ram Mugowalia

Remebering Babu Mangu Ram Mugowalia

Babu Mangu Ram Mugowalia (1886–1980), death anniversary falls on April 22, 2011. He was the founder of the glorious Ad Dharm movement of Punjab. Mangoo Ram was born on January 14, 1886 , in village Mugowal, Hoshiarpur district, where this father,Harman Dass, had left the traditional Chamar caste occupation of training and preparing hides...
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Savitribai Phule’s Poem

Savitribai Phule’s Poem

Savitribai Phule was the first Mulnivasi women, in-fact first women whose poems got noticed in the British Empire. Savitribai Phule was the mother of modern poetry stressing necessity of English and Education through her poems. Go, Get Education Be self-reliant, be industrious Work—gather wisdom and riches, All gets lost without knowledge We become animal without...
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Iyothee Thass and Buddhism

Iyothee Thass and Buddhism

Lest We Forget -Iyothee Thass – Born on 20th May 1845 In Tamilnadu, credit for the mass revival of Buddhism in the land of its birth place, goes to Iyothee Thass, who carried on the search for religious identity begun by firm equalitarianism and enlightenment heritage pioneered by Phuley.  Iyothee Thass remains the first...
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Survey

Survey

 A survey was carried out on BAMCEF Website on the occassion of republic day celebration. 50% of the people says that the constitution till date has been implemented to less than 10%. Have a look on following survey details.
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THE NOBLE EIGHTFOLD PATH

When the Buddha gave his first sermon in the Deer Park, he began the ‘Turning of the Dhamma Wheel‘. He chose the beautiful symbol of the wheel with its eight spokes to represent the Noble Eightfold Path. The Buddha’s teaching goes round and round like a great wheel that never stops, leading to the...
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DK Khaparde Memorial Research and Development Institute

DK Khaparde Memorial Research and Development Institute

  On sad demise of Honorable D. K. Khaparde, the cadres of BAMCEF have taken a pledge to establish a trust in his memory and to start “Human Recourses Development and Research Institute”. The foundation stone for this institute was laid down on 29th February 2004 at Ringnabodi, Amravati road, Nagpur (Maharashtra) on the...
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Saint Tukaram Poem

I have neither home nor habit, I wander naturally; I have power over none and no stability. My eyes and feet are called my own I’ve also set them free – now I’m blind and lame, but none’s a foreigner to me.
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