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Salute To Women Liberator – Savitribai Phule

Savitribai was the first female teacher of the first women’s school in India and also considered as the pioneer of modern Marathi poetry. In 1852 she opened a school for Untouchable girls. Savitribai Phule (3 January 1831 –10 March 1897), is one of the supreme name who fought against the totalitarianism of caste and other […]

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1st January,1818: The Battle of Bhima Koregaon

History of India is nothing but the struggle between untouchables and so called upper castes. However the Indian historians have always misled us by not showing the true face of Indian History. The glorious victory of few hundred untouchable soldiers over numerically superior Peshwas army in the battle of Koregaon, fought on 1st January, 1818, […]

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Jyotirao Govindrao Phule

Jyotirao Govindrao Phule (April 11, 1827 — November 28, 1890), also known as Mahatma Jyotiba Phule was an activist, thinker, social reformer and revolutionary from Maharashtra in the nineteenth century. His remarkable influence was apparent in fields like education, agriculture, caste system, women and widow upliftment and removal of untouchability. He is most known in […]

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N.Sivaraj

N. Sivaraj

N. Sivaraj (29 September 1892 – 29 September 1964) was an Indian lawyer, politician and Paraiyar activist from the state of Tamil Nadu. He served as a Member of the Lok Sabha for Chengalpattu from 1957 to 1961. N.Sivaraj was a prominent leader of depressed class federation and he supported the Justice Party. He was mayor in Madras corporation 1945-1946. He was elected […]

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Dadasaheb Gaikwad

Dadasaheb Gaikwad

Bhaurao Krishnaji Gaikwad (15 October 1902 – 29 December 1971) popularly known as  Dadasaheb Gaikwad , was a politician and social worker from Maharashtra, India. He was founder member of Republican Party of India. He had also been member of parliament representing the both houses Lok sabha and Rajya sabha.He was honoured by Padma Shri in 1968 for his dedicated service […]

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Periyar and Women Empowerment

Periyar on Women Empowerment

Periyar on Women Empowerment Though Periyar advocated birth-control as a step to preserve women’s health and to increase the standard of living, his primary aim was to liberate women. The less children they have, the more liberty and leisure they can enjoy. They can use their leisure to pursue higher things of life and for […]

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PERIYAR on birth control

Periyar on Birth Control

Periyar on Birth Control The Government of India thought of Family Planning as a means to control population growth in 1960s and wanted to implement it seriously only in 1970s. Yet the population growth is not contained with in the required level in most of the States in North India. Tamil Nadu stood foremost in […]

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PERIYAR on birth control

PERIYAR FEMINIST

In the year 1938 the eminent women in social life of Tamil Nadu, convened a women’s conference at Chennai. Among the resolutions for advancement of the society and improvement in the status of women, the conference lauded the contribution of One Man, who stood and fought against the slavery of women in all sphere of […]

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Sahib Shri Kanshi Ram

Sahib Shri Kanshi Ram was born on March 15, 1934, in Khawas Pur village of Ropar District of Punjab (India). He was the eldest of eight siblings. He belonged to the Ramdassia (Ad Dharmi/Mulnivasi) community of the Scheduled Caste group, which is the largest group in Punjab. He was named Kanshi because after his birth […]

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Educate, Agitate, Organise

Educate, Agitate, Organise are three final words of our savior Baba Saheb Dr. B.R. Ambedkar. Being a Buddhist Baba Saheb gave these slogans based on Buddhist Trisharans Buddham (Educate), Dhammam (Agitate), Sangham (Organise). These commandments must be kept in this order. We are not trying to find faults in others who may have used different order by […]

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