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Ambedkar Jayanti: worth to celebrate the greatest festival for Dalit Bahujan

On this day a child was born in an untouchable family. India is known for its cultural diversity but why a certain section of people…

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A Smile

A smile that makes me adorable A smile that defines my personality indispensable from my self identity Was imprisoned for many years In the dungeon…

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Untouchability, and public molestation on Dalit women of Banjipali, Balangir Odisha

The practice of untouchability and caste discrimination has been a serious issue for long time in state of Odisha. For Dalit of Banjipali, using of…

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Muk Nayak (Hero of the Voiceless): Hundred Years of Ambedkars Journalism

To provide the voice to the voiceless Bahujan Samaj, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar started publication of Marathi fortnightly ‘Mukanāyaka’ from January 31, 1920 This revolutionary event has been completed hundred years today. At the age of 28, the maturity of Babasaheb’s thoughts reflects in the editorial of the first issue of mukanāyaka. This is the translation of first editorial written by Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar.

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Appeal for donation for Five Days Conference on “Education, Youth, and Social Transformation” organised by Kalinga Mitra Trust Odisha

Since 2006, the passed out students of Nagarjuna Training Institute and others Ambedkarite students initiated the Ambedkarite educational Activism in Western part of Odisha. Later…

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