Rashtrapita Jotiba Phuley and Satyashodhak Samaj

Rashtrapita Jotiba Phuley and Satyashodhak Samaj

Rashtrapita Jotiba Phuley during his social movement of initial 15 years had been propogating his views, preaching at public meetings, through leaflets and booklets the importance of education and exhorting the lower castes to educate their children and to redeem themselves from the evil customs, wicked prejudices and wily precepts imposed on them in...
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Rashtrapita Jyotiba Phule

Rashtrapita Jyotiba Phule

Born: 11 April, 1827, Passed Away: 28 November, 1890 Contributions Jyotiba Phule was one of the prominent social reformers of the nineteenth century India. He led the movement against the prevailing caste-restrictions in India. He revolted against the domination of the Brahmins and for the rights of peasants and other low-caste fellow. Jyotiba Phule...
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BRAHMIN – BANIYA PRINT MEDIA

BRAHMIN – BANIYA PRINT MEDIA – IS NOT A MEDIA OF PROPAGATION OF INFORMATION ALONE, BUT A CONSPIRATION MEDIA OF CONTROLLING THE BRAIN AND MIND OF BAHUJAN SAMAJ- Late D.K.Khaprde (Founder Member-BAMCEF) WHAT IS BRAHMIN – BANIYA PRINT MEDIA? In a Democracy, the press media has to play a very important role. In any...
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Task force for SCSP and TSP

Task force for SCSP and TSP

You may aware that the Planning commission of India appointed a Task force to study the implementation of Scheduled Castes Sub Plan and Tribal Sub Plan and give recommendations. Subsequently, the Task Force submitted its first report on 25 November 2010. These recommendations will legitimize the actions of non allocation of funds to SCSP...
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Did you know

Did you know

Dark history of Gudi Padwa – by Pravin Khobragade Gudi Padwa was first celebrated in 1689 after the killing of Chatrapati Sambhaji Raje. Why? *Gudipadva* is auspicious day for western Maharashtrian Hindu. *Gudi* is sort of flag comprises *bambu*, *saree*, *neem* branches, inverted *lota* all inauspicious things to hindus. Still it is proudly flagged...
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BAMCEF NEWS-By Narendra Singh Gautam

BAMCEF NEWS-By Narendra Singh Gautam

As decided by CEC, all state units were informed to organise district level cader camps in various district to spread the BAMCEF network at grass root level. As per this guidelines, a district level cader camp was organised. This cader camp was organised n 6th March 2011, at Digamber Jain Dharmshala, Shrinagar District, Pauri...
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Did you Know ?

Did you Know ?

B.R Ambedkar Role in the Formation of Reserve Bank of India: Did you know Reserve Bank of India (RBI) came into picture according to the guidelines laid down by Dr Ambedkar? RBI was conceptualized as per the guidelines, working style and outlook presented by Dr Ambedkar in front of the Hilton Young Commission. When...
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Saint Kabir and his Dohe

Saint Kabir and his Dohe

Chalti Chakki Dekh Kar, Diya Kabira Roye Dui Paatan Ke Beech Mein,Sabit Bacha Na ** Bura Jo Dekhan Main Chala, Bura Naa Milya Koye Jo Munn Khoja Apnaa, To Mujhse Bura Naa Koye [I searched for the crooked man,...
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Revolutionary sayings of Periyar

Revolutionary sayings of Periyar

Self Respect We are fit to think of `Self-Respect’ only when the notion of superior and inferior caste is banished from our land. He who does not care for dignity, is no better than to a prostitute, however highly educated he is. His education will only endanger those that care for dignity. The aim...
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Iyothee Thass – A writer, Journalist, Social reformer and Buddhist Scholar

Iyothee Thass – A writer, Journalist, Social reformer and Buddhist Scholar

Early life Iyothee Thass was born on May 20, 1845 in a Paraiyar family from Coimbatore district. Thass’s original name was Kaathavarayan. He was a writer, Journalist, Social reformer, Buddhist Scholar and Siddha Physician. His grandfather worked for Lord Arlington. Soon, he became an expert on Tamil literature, philosophy and indigenous medicine and could...
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