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Happy Birthday wishes to MAYAWATIJI not just for the Next, but for the First PRIME MINISTER of PRABUDDHA BHARATH

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Awakeness Practices

All 84,000 Khandas As Found in the Pali Suttas

Traditionally the are 84,000 Dharma Doors - 84,000 ways to get Awakeness. Maybe so; certainly the Buddha taught a large number of practices that lead to Awakeness. This web page attempts to catalogue those found in the Pali Suttas (DN, MN, SN, AN, Ud & Sn 1). There are 3 sections:

The discourses of Buddha are divided into 84,000, as to separate addresses. The division includes all that was spoken by Buddha.”I received from Buddha,” said Ananda, “82,000 Khandas, and  from the priests 2000; these are 84,000 Khandas maintained by me.” They are divided into 275,250, as to the stanzas of the original text, and into 361,550, as to the stanzas of the commentary. All the discourses including both those of Buddha and those of the commentator, are divided  into 2,547 banawaras, containing 737,000 stanzas, and 29,368,000 separate letters.

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LESSON 140

Ahina Sutta (Canonical)

http://www.accesstoinsight.org/tipitaka/an/an04/an04.067.than.html

AN 4.67 

PTS: A ii 72

Ahina Sutta: By a Snake

translated from the Pali by

Thanissaro Bhikkhu

© 1998–2011

Alternate translation: Piyadassi

Translator’s note: This is one of the few protective charms mentioned in the Pali canon and specifically allowed by the Buddha for monks to use (another charm, also allowed to the monks, is contained in DN 32). Note that the power of the charm is said to come, not from the words, but from the mind of good will with which they are said. It thus differs from charms taught in later forms of Buddhism, where the words themselves are said to contain power.

On one occasion the Blessed One was staying near Savatthi in Jeta’s Grove, Anathapindika’s monastery. Now, at that time in Savatthi a certain monk had died after having been bitten by a snake. Then a large number of monks went to the Blessed One and, on arrival, having bowed down to him, sat to one side. As they were sitting there they said to him, “Lord, just now in Savatthi a certain monk died after having been bitten by a snake.”

“Then it’s certain, monks, that that monk didn’t suffuse the four royal snake lineages with a mind of good will. For if he had suffused the four royal snake lineages with a mind of good will, he would not have died after having been bitten by a snake. Which four? The Virupakkharoyal snake lineage,[1] the Erapatha royal snake lineage, the Chabyaputta royal snake lineage, the Dark Gotamaka royal snake lineage. It’s certain that that monk didn’t suffuse these four royal snake lineages with a mind of good will. For if he had suffused these four royal snake lineages with a mind of good will, he would not have died after having been bitten by a snake. I allow you, monks, to suffuse these four royal snake lineages with a mind of good will for the sake of self-protection, self-guarding, self-preservation.”

I have good will for the Virupakkhas,

good will for the Erapathas,

good will for the Chabyaputtas,

good will for the Dark Gotamakas.

I have good will for footless beings,

good will for two-footed beings,

good will for four-footed beings,

good will for many-footed beings.

May footless beings do me no harm.

May two-footed beings do me no harm.

May four-footed beings do me no harm.

May many-footed beings do me no harm.

May all creatures,

all breathing things,

all beings

— each & every one —

meet with good fortune.

May none of them come to any evil.

Limitless is the Buddha,

limitless the Dhamma,

limitless the Sangha.

There is a limit to creeping things:

snakes, scorpions, centipedes,

spiders, lizards, & rats.

I have made this safeguard,

I have made this protection.

May the beings depart.

I pay homage

to the Blessed One,

homage

to the seven

rightly self-awakened ones.[2]

Notes

1.

The Virupakkhas are the chiefs of the nagas, associated with the western quarter (see DN 20). The other royal lineages of snakes are nowhere else mentioned in the Pali canon. The commentary to this discourse does not identify them.

2.

The seven most recent Buddhas, including “our” Buddha, are mentioned in DN 14 & DN 32: Vipassi, Sikhi, Vessabhu, Kakusandha, Konagamana, Kassapa, and Gotama. It’s noteworthy that the concept of the seven Buddhas is associated with protective charms. For example, the heart of the charm given in DN 32 is this:

Homage to Vipassi, possessed of vision & splendor.

Homage to Sikhi, sympathetic to all beings.

Homage to Vessabhu, cleansed, austere.

Homage to Kakusandha, crusher of Mara’s host.

Homage to Konagamana, the Brahman who lived

the life perfected.

Homage to Kassapa, entirely released.

Homage to Angirasa [Gotama],

splendid son of the Sakyans,

who taught this Dhamma:

the dispelling of all stress & pain.

Those unbound in the world,

who have seen things as they are,

great ones of gentle speech,

thoroughly mature,

even they pay homage to Gotama,

the benefit of human & heavenly beings,

consummate in knowledge & conduct,

the great one, thoroughly mature.

We revere the Buddha Gotama,

consummate in knowledge & conduct.

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GOOD GOVERNANCE

 

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Information & Public Relations Department, U.P.

Hon’ble C.M.’s birthday celebrated as ‘Jan Kalyankari Diwas’ all over State

More than 92,000 eligible persons benefited throughvarious public welfare programmes at camps held in all districts of State

Ministers, local M.P.s, legislators and Divisional Commissioners take part in public welfare camps

Lucknow: January 16, 2011

The 55th birthday of the Hon’ble Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Ms.

Mayawati ji was celebrated as ‘Jan Kalyankari Diwas’ in all the 72 districts

of the State yesterday. More than 92,000 eligible persons were benefited

through various public welfare programmes at the welfare camps headed

by the D.M.s. Besides, the people were also informed in detail about

various welfare schemes at these camps. The Ministers, local M.P.s,

legislators and Divisional Commissioners participated in these programmes.

It may be recalled that the birthday of the Hon’ble C.M. ji is

dedicated for the welfare of SC/STs, exploited, deprived and poor sections of

Sarvsamaj every year. Therefore, the State Government celebrated her

birthday as ‘Jan Kalyankari Diwas’. In this perspective, the Jan Kalyankari

Shivir (camps) had been organised in all the district of the State, where

people were benefited by various welfare schemes like—Uttar Pradesh

Mukhyamantri Mahamaya Gharib Arthik Madad Yojana, Savitri Bai Phule

Balika Shiksha Madad Yojana, Mahamaya Gharib Balika Ashirwad Yojana,

Sarvjan Hitai Shahari Gharib Awas (Slum area) Malikana Haq Yojana,

Parivarik Laabh Yojana, old age, widow and disabled pension, Anusuchit

Jaati/Samanya Varg Shaadi Anudan, leases of various types etc. Besides,

the girls and disabled persons were also distributed cycles, tricycles and

crutches respectively.

In Azamgarh, cheques were distributed among 769 beneficiaries in

presence of the Vidhan Sabha Speaker Mr. Sukhdev Rajbhar, Small

Industry Minister Mr. Chandra Dev Ram Yadav and M.P. Dr. Baliram.

Likewise, in Pilibhit district, 660 eligible beneficiaries were benefited by

State Minister (independent charge) Mr. Anees Ahmad. In Shahjahanpur

district, the Minister of State for Backward Class Welfare (independent

charge) Mr. Avdhesh Verma benefited 998 beneficiaries. In Mainpuri

district, the Minister of State for Mechanical Irrigation (independent

charge) Mr. Jaiveer Singh benefited 3000 beneficiaries. Similarly, the

Minister of Higher Education Mr. Rakeshdhar Tripathi benefited 2525

beneficiaries under various schemes.

The Minister of Energy Mr. Ramveer Upadhyay benefited 539

beneficiaries in Mahamaya Nagar by distributing cheques worth Rs. 88.75

lakh under various schemes. Likewise, Minister of State for Agricultural

Education and Research Chaudhary Yograj Singh and MP Mr. Kadir Rana

benefited more than 1200 beneficiaries in Muzaffar Nagar district. The

Home guard and PRD Minister Mr. Vedram Bhati benefited 575 beneficiaries

in Gautam Buddha Nagar, while the Animal Husbandry and Milk

Development Minister Mr. Awadh Pal Singh benefited 460 beneficiaries in

Etah district. The Rural Engineering Minister Thakur Jaiveer Singh benefited

1957 beneficiaries in Aligarh district. As many as 4741 beneficiaries were

benefited by distributing cheques under various schemes in the presence of

Technical Education Minister Mr. Sadal Prasad, people’s representatives

and Divisional Commissioner in Gorakhpur district.

In Ambedkar Nagar, 645 beneficiaries were benefited by the

Transport Minister Mr. Ramachal Rajbhar and Finance Minister Mr. Lalji

Verma. In Meerut district, the Minister of State for Nagriya Evam Gharibi

Unmoolan Dr. Yashwant Singh (Independent Charge) and MP Mr. Munkaad

Ali benefited 948 beneficiaries. In Jhansi district, the Minister of State for

Dr. Ambedkar Gram Sabha Vikas (Independent Charge) Mr. Ratan Lal

Ahirwar benefited 5001 beneficiaries, while 1617 beneficiaries were

benefited by Minister of State for Home guard Mr. Hari Om Upadhyay in

Orai. The Panchayati Raj Minister Mr. Swami Prasad Maurya benefited 893

eligible persons in Kushi Nagar, while Nirvachan Minister Mr. Ramhet Bharti

and MP Kaiser Jahan benefited 2150 eligible persons in Sitapur. In

Maharajganj, the Vidhan Parishad Chairman Mr. Ganesh Shankar Pandey

benefited 3041 beneficiaries. Besides, 1303 eligible beneficiaries were

benefited in Saharanpur in the presence of the Basic Education Minister Dr.

Dharm Singh Saini and MP Mr. Jagdish Rana. In Unnao, the Upadhyaksha

of Mahila Ayog, Smt. Namrta Pathak benefited 4741 beneficiaries.

On the occasion of the birthday of the Hon’ble Chief Minister of U.P.,

1150 beneficiaries were benefited in Kanshiram Nagar, 445 in Sonbhadra,

750 in Bahraich, 1094 in Varanasi, more than 750 in Gonda, 300 in

Jaunpur, 370 in Badaun, 521 in Mirzapur, 493 in Basti, 250 in Kaushambi,

1380 in Agra, 2108 in Ghazipur, 373 in Chitrakoot, 2204 in Chandauli,

1150 in Lalitpur, 1235 in Mathura, 1790 in Bulandshahr, 588 in Mau, 1866

in Ballia, 1569 in Rae Bareli, 3083 in Rampur, 1100 in Sultanpur, 792 in

Hardoi, 698 in Baghpat, 660 in Pratapgarh, 7702 in Sant Ravidas Nagar,

812 in Siddharth Nagar, 2120 in Hamirpur, 1556 in Etawah, 1333 in

Faizabad, 829 in Bijnore, 1438 in Firozabad, 1281 in Mahoba, 2652 in

Balrampur, 620 in Lucknow, 805 in Auraiyya, 2100 in Chhatrapati Shahuji

Maharaj Nagar, 1032 in Ghaziabad, 1368 in Deoria, 366 in Banda and 1147

in Kanpur Nagar. Besides, 58 couples tied the knot on the occasion as well.

********

Proper security provided to victim of Banda incident and her family

Lucknow: January 16, 2011

A Government spokesman informed that police

arrangement for the proper security of the victim of Banda

incident and her family members had been made and it

was being ensured that she did not face any security

related problems.

It may be recalled that after receiving the CBCID

report yesterday (15th January), the Hon’ble Chief Minister

ji had ordered immediate release of the affected girl.

Besides, she had also directed the Principal Secretary

Home to provide proper security to the girl.

In compliance with the orders of the Hon’ble Chief

Minister ji, the girl and her family have been provided

proper security, the spokesman said.

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Hon’ble C.M. ji dedicates newly constructed Bharwara STP and related Sewage Pumping stations to people

Lucknow: 15 January 2011

On the occasion of her birthday, the Hon’ble Chief

Minister of Uttar Pradesh Ms. Mayawati ji today inaugurated

the newly constructed Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) having

a capacity of 345 MLD and the related sewage pumping

stations constructed at Bharwara, Lucknow. With the

commissioning of the biggest STP of Asia, the cleanliness of

river Gomti and purity of its water would now be easily

maintained, besides the improvement in the Environment of

Lucknow.

The technique of U.A.S.B. has been used in Bharwara

Treatment Plant. Besides, the Hon’ble Chief Minister dedicated

to the people GH Canal Pumping station costing Rs. 31.4

crore, Kukrail Nullah Sewage Pumping Station worth Rs. 70.3

crore, Gwari Culvert main sewage pumping station- Rs. 82.06

crore and 14 MLD capacity sewage treatment plant

Daulatganj-Rs.7.79 crore today. An expenditure of Rs. 361

crore would come on the construction of Bharwara STP and

the related sewage pumping stations.

On this occasion, the Hon’ble Chief Minister said that the

new STP and the sewage pumping station would improve the

cleanliness of the city and Lucknow would become frontline

city with regard to urban infrastructure facilities.

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Hon’ble C.M. lays foundation stone and dedicates to people various development projects worth Rs. 4,000 crore on her birthday

Amount of Uttar Pradesh Mukhyamantri Mahamaya Gharib Arthik Madad Yojana increased from Rs. 300 to Rs. 400 per month Mukhyamantri Mahamaya Sachal Aspatal Yojana implemented

Uttar Pradesh Janhit Guarantee Law implemented in State from today

Renovated Hazartganj, Lalbagh and Bharwara STP dedicated to people

Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar Auditorium dedicated to people

Jan Kalyankari camps organised in 72 districts of State on Hon’ble C.M.’s birthday

Hindi and English version of ‘Mere Sangharshmai Jeevan Evam B.S.P. Movement Ka Safarnama’ part sixth released

Lucknow: 15 January 2011

On the occasion of her 55th birthday, the Hon’ble Chief Minister of Uttar

Pradesh Ms. Mayawati ji dedicated to the people Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar

Auditorium in Ashiyana, Lucknow under Jan Kalyankari Diwas being celebrated

today. This auditorium, equipped with ultra-modern facilities is one of the

biggest auditoriums in the country. She also unveiled the statue of Param

Pujya Baba Saheb Dr. Bhimrao Ambedakar set up in the premises of

auditorium. On this occasion, she also laid the foundation stone and dedicated

to the people various development schemes worth Rs. 4,000 crore. She said

that all these projects would give a new thrust to the development of Uttar

Pradesh and prove helpful in raising the living of people. She said that Uttar

Pradesh Janhit Guarantee Law had been implemented in the State with a view

to making administrative system more responsible towards the people.

Terming the news and statements by some newspapers, channels and

opposition leaders regarding the programme organised on the occasion of

birthday as baseless and false, the Hon’ble Chief Minister said this exhibited

the casteist mentality of these people towards dalits.

Hon’ble Ms. Mayawati ji was addressing the function organised at Dr.

Bhimrao Ambedkar auditorium in Ashiyana on the occasion of her 55th

birthday. Earlier, she inaugurated Mukhyamantri Mahamaya Sachal Aspatal

Yojana and dedicated to the people the newly developed and renovated

Hazaratganj and Lalbagh. She expressed her gratitude towards Bauddha

Monks for their good wishes and donated cheewer to them. She said that

every year, her birthday is dedicated for the welfare of Sarvsamaj of the

country, especially dalits, exploited, deprived and poor people.

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The Hon’ble Chief Minister said that her birthday was being celebrated

by her party in the country and her Government in Uttar Pradesh as Jan

Kalyankari Diwas. She said that Jan Kalyankari camps were being organised in

all the 72 districts of the State under the supervision of District Magistrate of

the concerning district, under which common people, especially poor,

destitute and needy people were being benefited by several welfare schemes

being run by the State Government.

Hon’ble Ms. Mayawati ji said that on the occasion of her birthday every

year her party government takes some important decisions in the interest of

people in the form of gifts to the people. She said that decisions in the year

2009 like— Mahamaya Gharib Balika Ashirwad Yojana, Savitri Bai Phule Balika

Shiksha Madad Yojana and Survjan Hitai Shahari Gharib Awas (Slum area)

Malikana Haq Yojana were taken and implemented on occasion of her

birthday. Last year in 2010, Uttar Pradesh Mukhyamantri Mahamaya Gharib

Arthik Madad Yojana and Dr. Ambedkar Urja-Krishi Sudhar Yojana were

started on her birthday.

The Hon’ble Chief Minister said that cash amount of Rs. 300 per month

was being given to the woman head of the family of 31 lakh poor families

under Uttar Pradesh Mukhyamantri Mahamaya Gharib Arthik Madad Yojana,

so that these families could fulfil their daily needs up to some extent. But,

keeping in view, the rising prices in last one year our government had taken

the decision to increase this amount from Rs. 300 to Rs. 400 per month.

Besides, her Government had taken the decision to increase D.A. and

Dearness relief to state employees and pensioners, family pensioners

respectively from 1st July, 2010.

Hon’ble Ms. Mayawati ji said that her Government had taken several

important steps to develop a new work culture in Government Departments

owing to which good results have come out, but her government would do

more in this direction.

The Hon’ble Chief Minister said that her Government had implemented

Uttar Pradesh Janhit Guarantee Law, under which people would get

government services in fixed time limit, like: Birth-Death certificate, Caste

certificate, Domicile certificate, Income certificate, Ration card etc. Now,

people would not depend on the wishes or recommendation of anybody.

Ordinance has been issued for it and it has been implemented in the entire

state from today. She expressed the hope that this decision would strengthen

the administrative system for the welfare and betterment of people.

Hon’ble Ms. Mayawati said that a new scheme of Mukhyamantri

Mahamaya Sachal Aspatal Yojana is also being started from today to provide

heath facilities to common people, under which family welfare department

would run Mobile Hospitals in 133 blocks of 15 districts. She said that her

Government is paying full attention towards the development of villages and

cities, so that the living of the people could be raised. Several development

and infrastructure projects were being implemented in a speedy manner for it,

she added.

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Ms. Mayawati ji said that her Government had decided to set up Gram

Panchayat Sachivalayas in a phased manner with an objective to provide

benefits of various development schemes and Government facilities to the

rural people. Under it, in the first phase, Gram Panchayat Sachivalayas would

be started at Gram Panchayats having more than 5000 population within the

next year. At these Gram Panchayat Sachivalayas, various village level

employees of different departments would remain present according to the

fixed programme and they would provide various services and information to

the rural people being provided through various schemes under their

respective departments.

Hon’ble Chief Minister ji said that there were several cities which had

historical and cultural importance and which had their separate identity as

well. It was a matter of great regret that the previous governments did not

pay any attention towards their development. Owing to it, their infrastructure

crumbled under the pressure of increasing population. Her Government took

the situation seriously and decided to upgrade infrastructure and basic

amenities of these cities with an eye on future. In the first phase, nine cities

having historical and religious importance from ancient times, had been

selected which included Lucknow, Allahabad, Kanpur-Bithoor, Varanasi,

Meerut, Agra, Ayodhya-Faizabad, Mathura-Vrindavan and Kannauj. She said

that to implement this decision of the Government work on 355 projects had

been started for which an arrangement of Rs. 15,000 crore had been made.

The progress of these projects was at an advance stage.

Ms. Mayawati ji said that in this light, Lucknow had been selected and it

was being upgraded with all infrastructure facilities. Lucknow, which happens

to be the State Capital, had its unique historical and cultural heritage and it

was famous for it all over the country and world. Now, it had acquired a new

and more attractive identity because several places and parks of stupendous

and breathtaking beauty had been set up. Besides, the number of tourists

visiting Lucknow to see various places, museums, parks, galleries etc set up in

the honour of saints, gurus and great men born in SC/ST and OBC

communities of the society had gone up. Keeping these facts in mind, her

Government had sanctioned 53 projects costing Rs. 3,984 crore for the

development of basic facilities in Lucknow. She said that her Government had

made a serious effort to rejuvenate Lucknow city. The construction of S.T.P.,

having a capacity of 345 M.L.D., was an effort in that direction.

Hon’ble Chief Minister ji said that as far as urban infrastructure facilities

were concerned, Lucknow would be included in the top cities of the country.

Besides, the beautification of historical Hazratganj area of Lucknow, which is

also a hub of economic and cultural activities and had completed 200 years of

its existence and also Lalbagh area which is adjacent to it, to restore their

past glory, had been completed in record time. The contribution of officers

related with the beautification works and the Chairman, U.P. State Advisory

Council was commendable.

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Ms. Mayawati ji said that during her 15 April 2008 visit of Agra, she had

announced to construct a Shoe Mandi to solve the problems being faced by

the small shoe makers so that they could sell their products at the Mandi.

Now, the Mandi was ready. She said that the State Government in view of the

request of the shoe makers had decided not to include the cost of the land,

while allotting the shops to them at the Shoe Mandi. She said that now they

would get a good relief and would be able to run their business smoothly.

Hon’ble Chief Minister ji said that the State Government had taken

action to release several sick, destitute and old convicted male/female

prisoners. She expressed the hope that the Hon’ble Ministers and all the

senior-junior officers would make serious efforts for

completion/implementation of various development schemes announced

today. She further expressed the hope that the poor, exploited and the

neglected sections of the society would get the benefit of the programmes

being organised all over the State on the occasion of Jan Kalyankari Divas.

Ms. Mayawati ji, on the occasion, released the sixth edition

(English/Hindi) of the book titled ‘Mere Sangharshmay Jivan evam BSP

Movement ka Safarnama.’ A documentary showing the achievements of the

Uttar Pradesh Government at the development front was also shown on the

occasion. The Chief Secretary Mr. Atul Kumar Gupta expressed his gratitude

towards the guests.

The children of the City Montessori School (Gomti Nagar Branch)

presented cultural programme on the occasion. The Hon’ble Chief Minister ji

announced an award of Rs. 10 lakh for the children. Besides, she also

announced award of Rs. 01 lakh each for the song writer, music director and

the director of the programme.

The U.P. State Advisory Council Chairman Mr. Satish Chandra Mishra,

Cabinet Ministers Mr. Naseemuddin Siddiqui and Mr. Babu Singh Kushwaha

along with a large number of MPs, legislators, party office bearers, senior

officers of U.P. Government and prominent citizens were present on the

occasion.

DA of state employees/dearness relief of pensioners and family pensioners increased

Lucknow: January 15, 2011

On the occasion of her 55th birthday, the Hon’ble Chief

Minister of Uttar Pradesh Ms. Mayawati ji has decided to

increase the DA of State employees/dearness relief of

pensioners and family pensioners under Jan kalyankari

Divas being celebrated all over the State. The payment of

due DA would be made from 1st Feb, 2011 in cash and the

amount of DA from 1st July, 2010 to 31st Jan, 2011 would

be deposited in GPF.

Now, the State employees will get 45 percent DA

instead of 35 percent of basic pay under revised pay scale

from 1st July, 2010. The employees getting unrevised pay

scales will get 103 percent DA in place of 87 percent. The

State Government has also sanctioned increased dearness

relief to pensioners and family pensioners from 1st July,

2010.

This decision would incur an estimated expenditure of

Rs. 1758 crore during financial year 2010-11, out of which

about Rs. 518 crore would be paid in cash while about Rs.

1240 crore would be deposited in GPF account.

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VOICE OF SARVAJAN

HONEYLEAKS

Birthday Celebration of Bahan Mayavati in London

SK

kamblesks@yahoo.co.in

happy Birthday to Mayawati..

UK BSP people… made sure that mayawati’s BD must be celerated on time…

In BuddhistCircle@yahoogroups.com, Sachin Gholap wrote:

Namo Buddhay, Jai bheem,

BSP overseas - UK, a Unit in London celebrate 55th Birthday of inspiration
and desire of millions of bahujan, Utter Pradesh Chief minister BAHAN
MAYAWATI.
Everyone acknowledged that BAHAN ji has done/doing marvellous work in UP and

 furthering the mission of Dr.babasaheb ambedkar in India.
 Many of these peoples have visited Lucknow and inspired by the work done by
 Bahanji in the pradesh which is turning to be a BOUDDH PRADESH in spite of
opposition disturbances and negative news of Media.

Everyone wish bahanji to be the next Prime Minister of India.

Please follow the below link of pictures !

http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=2088106&id=1062909770&saved
 With
Immense Metta,
Sachin Gholap
 (London)

 

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