Dr. Ambedkar’s Final Message

Dr. Ambedkar’s Final Message

“Whatever I have done, I have been able to do after passing through crushing miseries and endless struggle all my life and fighting with my opponents. With great difficulty I have brought this caravan where it is seen today. Let the caravan march on despite the hurdles that may come in its way. If...
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Dr. AMBEDKAR and DEMOCRACY

Ambedkar viewed democracy as an instrument of bringing about change peacefully. Democracy does not merely mean rule by the majority or government by the representatives of the people. This is a formalistic and limited notion of democracy. We would understand the meaning of democracy in a better fashion if we view it as a...
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Shivaji, the legendary Maratha ruler

Shivaji, the legendary Maratha ruler was born on February 19, 1627. He was the founder of the Maratha Empire, an empire that spread its wings across the breadth of what is now called India. Shivaji was the main driving force behind uniting the Marathas against the Muslim rulers in India. The Maratha Empire stretched...
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Demographic information and frequency distribution of Y chromosome haplogroups

India is a country with enormous social and cultural diversity due to its positioning on the crossroads of many historic and pre-historic human migrations. The hierarchical caste system in the Hindu society dominates the social structure of the Indian populations. The origin of the caste system in India is a matter of debate with...
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Lest we forget –11 March 1811: Shri Hari Chand Thakur birth anniversary- Collection by Dr. Pravin H Khobragade

Shri Hari Chand Thakur was born in NamaSudra Community in Bengal on 11th March 1811 in Orakandi of kashiani upazila in gopalganj (Greater faridpur). Harichand received little formal education. After completing his initial schooling in a pathshala, he attended school for only a few months. He then started spending his time with shepherds and...
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Dr.Ambedkar’s thoughts on politics

“My definition of democracy is – A form and a method of Government whereby revolutionary changes in the social life are brought about without bloodshed. That is the real test. It is perhaps the severest test. But when you are judging the quality of the material you must put it to the severest test.”-...
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Holi – A Festival To Commomorate Bahujan Burning – Dr. K. Jamanadas,

  Holi – What is it and how did it originate? It is well known that Holi forms one of the important festivals among the Hindus. It is supposed to be festival of Shudras, and is one of the three most important ones in India, the others being Dasera and Diwali. The Dasera is...
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Dr.Ambedkar on Education system in India

Dr.Ambedkar on Education system in India

The first point that I wish to bring to his attention is the fact that we are making indeed a very very slow progress in the matter of the education of our children. The recent report issued by the Government of India on the progress of education makes a very sad reading. It says...
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Social Revolutioner – Ravidass

Social Revolutioner – Ravidass

Ravidas created the social revolution by reviving sama samaja. For the first time ever, marginalized people marched through the streets with their head held high in upper-caste areas. For the first time, these marginalized people sang devotional songs that created the cultural revolution. Unlike Kabir, he did not stop with mere ideological awakening. Instead...
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Unless the Mulnivasis of this country take up the fight against brahminical terrorism by defending democracy, our liberation is not possible – P.D.Satyapal (National President –BAMCEF Teachers wing)

Delivering his presidential speech on the topic of Brahminical terrorism, Dr.P.D.Satyapal said that any kind of terrorism is problem for national security. But we need to understand why BAMCEF is very peculiar on this topic of brahminical terrorism. In India cross border terrorism is not a problem, but the cross thread terrorism is more...
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