Dalit leaders believed in the total liberation of the Dalits and to achieve this goal, they prescribed a formula, which included organising themselves and education of the people. The protest and agitation was the third organ of his formula. By following this formula, Dalit leaders led the Dalit Movement and got succeeded in getting the number of constitutional rights for the Dalits in the areas of politics, economic and social life of the country.And because of there continuous struggle of these great dalit leaders we are at this position today.A few examples of the Dalit movements from different parts of the country are given here. Some of the well known movements were: In South India the movements were the Adi-Dravida Mahajan Sabha (1890), the Adi-Andhra Mahajan Sabha (1917), Adi-Keralotharana Sangham (1927) and Adi-Karnataka Sangh (1930); and in North India the main movements were Adi-Dharam in Punjab (1926), Adi-Hindu movement (1921) in U.P. and All Bengal Namasudra Association (1912) in Bengal.
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