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Do Good Be Mindful  -  Awakened One with Awareness (AOA)

” May the auspicious occasion of Eid bless you with peace & bring joy to your heart & home. “ 

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Eid!
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Chapter X - Abhidhamma Pitaka
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Part I - The Dhammasangani Pali

The Dhammasangani, the first book of the Abhidhamma, and the
Pattkana, the last book, are the most important of the seven treatises
of Abhidhamma, providing as they do the quintessence of the entire
Abhidhamma.

Scheme of classification in the Dhammasangani:

(1) The Matika

The Dhammasangani enumerates all the dhammas (phenomena) i e , all
categories of nama, namely, consciousness and mental con- comitant, and
rupa, corporeality. Having enumerated the phenomena, they are arranged
under different heads to bring out their exact nature, function and
mutual relationship both internally (in our own being) and with the
outside world The Dhammasangani begins with a complete list of heads
called the Matika The Matika serves as a classified table of mental
constituents treated not only in the Dham- masangani but in the entire
system of the Abhidhamma

The Matika consists altogether of one hundred and twenty-two groups,
of which the first twenty-two are called the Tikas or Triads, those that
are divided under three heads; and the remaining one hun- dred are
called the Dukas or Dyads, those that are divided under two heads

Examples of Triads are:

(a) KusalaTika, dhammas that are:

  1. moral, kusala,
  2. immoral, akusala,
  3. indeterminate, abyakata

(b) VedanaTika, dhammas that are associated with.

  1. pleasant feeling,
  2. painful feeling,
  3. neutral feeling

 

Example of Dyads are:

(a) Hetu Duka, dhammas that are:

  1. roots, hetus
  2. not roots, na-hetu.

(b) Sahetuka Duka, dhammas that are.

  1. associated with the hetus.
  2. not associated with the hetus.

The Matika concludes with a list of the categories of dhamma entitled
Suttantika Matika made up of forty-two groups of dhamma found in the
suttas

(2) The four Divisions

Based on these Mafakas of Tikas and Dukas, the Dhammasangani is divided into four Divisions.

  1. Cittuppada Kanda, Division on the arising of consciousness and mental concomitants
  2. Rupa Kanda, Division concerning corporeality,
  3. Nikkhepa Kanda, Division that avoids elaboration,
  4. Atthakathd Kanda, Division of Supplementary Digest

Of the four divisions, the first two, namely, Ctttuppada Kanda and
Rupa Kanda form the main and essential portion of the book. They set the
model of thorough investigation into the nature, properties, function
and interrelationship of each of the dhammas listed in the Matika, by
providing a sample analysis and review of the first Tika, namely, the
Kussala Ttka of Kusala, Akusala and Abyakata Dhamma. Cittuppada Kanda
deals with a complete enumeration of all the states of mind that come
under the headings of Kusala and Akusala; the Rupa Kanda is concerned
with all states of matter that come under the heading of Abyakata;
mention is also made of Asankhata Dkatu (Nibbana) without discussing it

The Nikkhepa Kanda, the third division, gives, not too elaborate- ly
nor too briefly, the summary of distribution of all the Tikas and Dukas,
so that their full contents and significance will become com-
prehensible and fully covered.

 

Atihakathd Kanda, the last division of the book, is of the same
nature as the third division, giving a summary of the dhammas under the
different heads of the Tika and the Duka groups But it provides it in a
more condensed manner, thus forming a supplementary digest of the first
book of the Abhidhamma for easy memorizing

(3) Order and classification of the types of Consciousness as discussed in Cittuppada Kanda

The Cittuppada Kanda first gives a statement of the types of
Consciousness arranged under the three heads of the first Tika, namely,
(i) Kusala Dhamma i e , Mentonous Consciousness and its concomitants
(ii) Akusala Dhamma i e , Demeritorious Consciousness and its
concomitants (lii) Abyakata Dhamma i e , Indeterminate Con- sciousness
and its concomitants The list of mental concomitants for each dhamma is
fairly long and repetitive

The statement of the types of Consciousness is followed by iden-
tification of the particular type e g Kusala Dhamma, in the form of
question and answer, with regard to the plane or sphere (bhumi) of
Consciousness: Kamdvacara, sensuous plane, Rupavacara, plane of form,
Arupavacara, plane of no-form; Tebhumaka, pertaining to all the three
planes, or Lokuttara, supramundane, not pertaining to the three planes

The type of Consciousness for each plane is further divided into
various kinds e.g , there are eight kinds of Kusala Dhamma for the
sensuous plane: first Kusala Citta, second Kusala Citta etc, twelve
kinds ofAkusala Citta; eight kinds ofAhetuka Kusala Vipaka Cttta and
eight kinds of Sahetuka Vipaka Citta under the heading of Abyakata
Dhamma.

Then these various kinds are further analysed according to:

 

  1. Dhamma Vavatthdna Vara e.g , the particular quality, whether
    accompanied by joy etc. Le, somanassa, domanassa, sukha, dukkha, or
    upekkhd.
  2. Kotthdsa Vara, the grouping of dhammas There are twenty- three
    categories of dhammas which result from synthetical grouping of dhammas
    into separate categories such as khan- dhas, ayatanas, dhatus etc.
  3. Sumdta Vara, which lays stress on the fact that there is no ’self
    (atta) or jiva behind all these dhammas; they are only composites,
    causally formed and conditioned, devoid of any abiding substance

The same method of treatment is adopted for the akusala and abyakata types of Consciousness

(4) Rupa Kanda

Because Dhammasangani treats all the dhammas (ndmas as well as rupas)
m the same uniform system of classification, Rupa Kanda is only a
continuation of the distribution of the Dhamma under the heads of the
first Tika, which begins m the first division, Cittupada Kanda In the
Ctttuppada Kanda, the enumeration of the Dhamma under the head
‘Abyakata’ has been only partially done, because abyakata type of Dhamma
includes not only all the states of mind which are neither meritorious
nor demeritorious but also all states of matter and the Asankhata Dhatu
or Nibbdna The portion of Dhamma under the heading of Abyakata, which
has been left out from Cittuppada Kanda is attended to m this kanda.

The method of treatment here is similar, with the difference that
instead of mental concomitants, the constituents of matter, namely, the
four primary elements and the material qualities derived from them with
their properties and their relationships are analysed and classified 

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Part II - Vibhanga Pali

Book Of Analysis

The second book of the Abhidhamma Pitaka, Vibhanga, together with the
first book Dhammasangani and the third book of Dhatukatha, forms a
closely related foundation for the proper and deep under- standing of
the Buddha’s Dharnrna. Whereas Dhammasangani pro- vides a bird’s eye
view of the whole of the Tika and Duka groups with further systematic
arrangements under classified heads, Vibhanga and Dhatukatha give a
closer view of selected portions of those groups bringing out minute
details

 

Thus, Kotthdsa Vdra in Dhammasangani explains what and how many
khanda, ayatana, dhdtu, ahara, indnya, jhananga etc. are includ- ed in
the Tika and Duka groups But it does not furnish complete information
about these dhammas It is Vibhafiga which provides full knowledge
concerning them, stating the exact nature of each dhamma, its
constituents and its relationship to other dhammas

The Vibhanga is divided into eighteen Chapters each dealing with a
particular aspect of the Dhamma, its full analysis and inves- tigation
into each constituent The arrangement and classification into groups and
heads follow the same system as in the Dham- masangani Vibhanga may
therefore be regarded as complementary to Dhammasangani.

Vibhanga explains comprehensively the following categories of Dhamma

  1. Khandha
  2. Ayatana
  3. Dhatu
  4. Sacca
  5. Indriya
  6. Paticcasamuppada
  7. Satipatthana
  8. Sammappadhana
  9. Iddhipada
  10. Bojjhanga
  11. Magga
  12. Jhana
  13. Appammanna
  14. Sikkapada
  15. Patisambhida
  16. Nana
  17. Khuddhaka vatthu
  18. Dhammahadaya

Each category is analysed and discussed in two or all the three of the following methods of analysis’

Suttanta bhajaniya the meaning of the terms and the classification of the dhammas determined according to the Suttanta method,

Abhidhamma bhajaniya the meaning of the terms and the classification
of the dhammas determined according to the Abhidhamma method,

Paflha puccaha, discussions in the form of questions and answers.

It may be seen from the above list of the eighteen categories that
they may be divided into three separate groups The first group
containing numbers (1) - (6) deals with mental and corporeal consti-
tuents of beings and two laws of nature to which they are constantly
subjected viz the Law of Irnpermanence and the Law of Dependent
Origination The second group containing numbers (7) - (12) is concerned
with the practice of the holy life which will take bemgs out of
suffering and rounds of existence. The remaining six catego- ries serve
as a supplement to the first two groups, supplying fuller information
and details where necessary 

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Part III - Dhatukatha Pali

Although this third book of Abhidhamma Pitaka is a small treatise, it
ranks with the first two books forming an important trilogy, which must
be thoroughly digested for the complete understanding of the Abhidhamma
Vibhahga, the second book, has one complete chapter devoted to the
analysis of dhatus, but the subject matter of dhdtu is so important that
this separate treatise is devoted to it for a thorough consideration
The method of analysis here is different from that employed in the
Vibhanga

Dhatukatha studies how the dhammas listed in the Tikas and Dukas of
the Matika are related to the three categories of khandha, ayatana and
dhatu m their complete distribution i.e , five khandhas, twelve qyatanas
and eighteen dhatus These are discussed in fourteen ways of analytical
investigations which constitute the fourteen chapters of Dhatukatha.

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Part IV - Puggalapannati Pali

Abhidhamma is mainly concerned with the study of abstract truths in
absolute terms But in describing the dhammas in their vanous aspects, it
is not possible to keep to absolute terms only. Inevitably,
conventional terms of every day language have to be employed m order to
keep the lines of communication open at all. Abhidhamma states that
there are two main types of conventional usage; the first type is
concerned with terms which express things that actually exist in reality
and the sec’ond type describes things which have no existence in
reality.

The first three books of the Abhidhamma investigate the absolute
Truth of Dhamma in a planned system of detailed analysis employing such
terms as Khandha, Ayatana, Dhatu, Sacca and Indnya These terms are mere
designations which express things that exist in reality and are
therefore classed as the conventional usage of the first type. To the
second type of conventional usage belong such expressions as man, woman,
deva, individual etc , which have no existence in reality, but
nevertheless are essential for communication of thoughts.

It becomes necessary therefore to distinguish between these two types
of apparent truths But as the terms Khandha, Ayatana, Dhatu, Sacca and
Indnya have been elaborately dealt with in the first three books, they
are dealt with here only briefly The terms used in the second type
concerning individuals are given more weight and space in the treatise,
hence its title Puggalapanfiatti, designation of individuals. Different
types of individuals are classified, in ten chapters of the book, after
the manner of enumeration employed in Ariguttara Nikaya

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Part V - Kathavatthu Pali

Kathavatthu, like Puggalapaffiatti, falls outside the regular system
of the Abhidhamma It does not directly deal with the abstruse nature of
the Dhamma. It is mainly concerned with wrong views such as Person
exists; Self exists; Jiva exists’ which were prevalent even in the
Buddha’s time, or wrong views such as ‘Arahat falls away from
Arahatship’ which arose after the Pannibbana of the Buddha

About two hundred and eighteen years after the Pannibbana of the
Buddha there were altogether Eighteen Sects, all claiming to be
followers of the Buddha’s Teaching. Of these only the Theravadins were
truly orthodox, while the rest were all schismatic. The Emperor Asoka
set about removing the impure elements from the Order with the guidance
and assistance of the Elder Moggaliputtatissa who was an accomplished
Arahat Under his direction, the Order held in concord the Uposatha
ceremony which had not been held for seven years because of dissensions
and the presence of false bhikkhus in the Order.

At the assembly, the Venerable Moggahputtatissa expounded on points
of views, made up of five hundred orthodox statements and five hundred
statements of other views, in order to refute the wrong views that had
crept into the Samgha and that might in the future arise He followed the
heads of discourses, Matika, outlined by the Buddha himself and
analysed them in detail into one thousand statements of views This
collection of statements of views was recited by one thousand selected
theras who formed the Third Great Synod, to be incorporated into the
Abhidhamma Pitaka

The style of compilation of this treatise is quite different from
that of other treatises, written as it is in the form of dialogue
between two imaginary debaters, one holding the heterodox views of
different sects and the othei representing the orthodox views.

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Part VI - Yamaka Pali

The Dhammasangani, the Vibhanga and the Dhatukatha examine the
Dharnma and their classifications as they exist in the world of reality,
named Sankharaloka. PuggalapaMatti and Kathavatthu deal with beings and
individuals which also exist in their own world of apparent reality,
known as Sattaloka Where the dhamma of Sankharaloka and beings of the
Sattaloka co-exist is termed the Okasaloka. Yamaka sets out to define
and analyse the interrelationship of dhammas and puggalas as they exist
in these three worlds

This is accomplished in the form of pairs of questions, which gives
it the title of Yamaka The logical process of conversion (anulomd) and
complete inversion (patiloma) is applied to determine the complete
import and limit of a term m its relationship with the others. An
equivocal nature of a term (samsayd) is avoided by showing, through such
arrangement of questions, how other meanings of the term do not fit for
a particular consideration.

The following pairs of questions may be taken as an example

To the question ‘May all rupa be called Rupakkhandha?’ the answer is
‘Rfipa is also used in such expressions as piya rupa (loveable nature),
eva rupa (of such nature), but there it does not mean Rupakkhandha”

But to the question ‘May all Rupakkhandha be called rupa? the answer
is *yes’, because Rupakkhandha is a very wide term and includes such
terms as piya rupa, eva rupa etc

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Part VII - Patthana Pali

Patthana Pali, the seventh and last book of the Abhidhamma, is called
the Maha Pakarana, the ‘Great Book’ announcing the supreme position it
occupies and the height of excellence it has reached in its
investigations into the ultimate nature of all the dhammas in the
Universe.

The Dhammasangam gives an enumeration of these dhammas classifying
them under the Tika and Duka groups Vibhanga analyses them to show what
dhammas are contained in the major categories of khandhas, ayatanas,
dhatus etc. Dhatukathd studies the relation- ship of dhammas listed in
the Matika with each component of these major categones of khandhas,
ayatanas, and dhatus Yamaka resolves ambiguity in the internal and
external relationship of each dhamma Patthana forming the last book of
the Abhidhamma brings together all such relationship in a co-ordinated
form to show that the dham- mas do not exist as isolated entities but
they constitute a well ordered system in which the smallest unit
conditions the rest of it and is also being conditioned in return The
arrangement of the system is so very intricate, complex, highly thorough
and complete that it earns for this treatise the reputation of being
deep, profound and unfathomable.

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1. Congratulations and good wishes to all the people of the country and Uttar Pradesh especially to brave soldiers, poor and whole labouring class on the auspicious occasion of 71st Independence Day.

2. A wish for comfort, peace, prosperity in the life of these crores of people and the sense to live the life becomes better and meaningful with freedom from problems of day-to-day life so that the true spirit of Sarvajan Hitaya and Sarvajan Sukhaya could be fulfilled: BSP’s National President, former Chief Minister of U.P. & former MP, Ms. Mayawati Ji.

Lucknow August 14, 2018: BSP’s National President, former Chief Minister of U.P. & former MP, Ms. Mayawati Ji congratulating and wishing the people of the whole country and Uttar Pradesh especially brave soldiers, poor and whole labouring class on the auspicious occasion of country’s 71st Independence Day hoped that in the coming time a wish for comfort, peace, prosperity in the life of 125 crores of common people as a result of their hard work and efforts and the feeling to live the life becomes better and meaningful with freedom from problems of day-to-day life so that the true spirit of Sarvajan Hitaya and Sarvajan Sukhaya could be fulfilled in reality.

In a statement on the eve of the Independence Day Ms. Mayawati Ji said that the freedom in 1947 after long years of slavery was a historical and great event, but a humanistic constitution was a necessity to make country’s freedom a meaningful, constructive and suitable to people which was fulfilled by most respectable Babasaheb Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar almost after two years on January 26, 1950 and did an unbelievable work by making India a republic and giving every citizen equal rights. It was the beginning of testing of real intention of leaders of ruling parties. Since then country is how much succeeded to fulfill the true spirit of the Constitution, this is an occasion to evaluate it so that accordingly the invaluable right to vote could properly be used by making political awareness among ourselves, such a time is going to come very soon.
The testing to honestly implement the Constitution in its true spirit is still continued and to pass this test the leaders of the ruling party will have to work getting necessarily free from narrow thinking and discrimination, otherwise they would be bound to face the allegation of failing the Constitution.

On the auspicious occasion of country’s Independence, we must introspect ourselves that how much we have been able to fulfill the interests of crores of poor, labourers, farmers and other labouring classes by showing our effort, character and actions, and how much the interest of the country is getting fulfilled by the intention and policies of the ruling party.

At last, our party hopes that especially the people of the ruling party by following the caste-free humanist right path of the Constitution will allow the people to live with self-respect by giving their constitutional right to live, and will make efforts to achieve the new heights of progress with peace and harmony. However, in these matters the present government does not seem to fulfill the expectations of the people.
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1. BSP’s National President, former Chief Minister of U.P. & former MP, Ms. Mayawati Ji welcomed the passing of SC/ST Atrocities Prevention Act in its original form in the Lok Sabha especially related to self-respect of the SC/STs and the Adibasis in the country. But it was brought too late and under compulsion. BJP’s intention behind it is not good rather it is full of political and electoral interests.

2. Who will fulfill the irrepressible loss caused to SC/STs and Adibasis during this period due to the indifferent attitude of  (Brashtachar Jiyadha Psychopaths (Private) Limited). and its government formed by tampering the fraud EVMs at the centre, and how?

3. Full credit to restore the SC/ST Atrocities Prevention Act in its original form and compel the BJP’s autocratic and arrogant government to surrender goes to none other than the mass struggles of “Bharat Band” of April 2, 2018 for which people have been made victims of government oppression and terror even today, and they are behind bars too in falsely framed charges against them. Gratefulness, applause and congratulations to such struggles, sacrifices and unity in broader social interest, it has to be useful in the future.

4. After forcing to surrender a government by the farmers of the country that was inappropriately insisting to introduce a completely anti-farmer New Land Acquisition Law, it is the first time in last four and a quarter years that BJP’s centre government gets compelled to cede to larger mass struggles.

5. Besides this, welcome to constitutional status given to the Backward Classes Commission.

6. In addition to all this, BSP has always been in support of separate reservation on economic basis for the poor among uppers castes from Sarva Samaj and religious minorities and continuously making endeavours too. If, central government brings a constitutional amendment bill on this matter, then BSP will extend its full support.

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Murderer of democratic institutions (Modi)’s address on the auspicious occasion of Independence Day from the ramparts of the Red Fort was completely an electoral speech of a political style that he usually does.

2. From his lengthy speech, the country of 125 crore has neither received any new energy nor has any new hope rather Modi forgot to assure the general public about the most important constitutional guarantee of safety-security and religion which is the top priority of the country.

3. However, at present along with the problem of poverty, inflation and unemployment etc. the real worry and biggest problem of the world are rapidly changing political situation and the crisis of trade which are greatly affecting the prices of petrol-diesel etc., Indian currency and Non-Resident Indians, but on this  Modi did not speak even a single word, why? asks BSP’s National President, former Chief Minister of U.P. & former MP, Ms. Mayawati Ji.

Lucknow August 14, 2018: Speaking  Modi’s address on the auspicious occasion of Independence Day from the ramparts of the Red Fort was completely an electoral speech of a political style, BSP’s National President, former Chief Minister of U.P. & former MP, Ms. Mayawati Ji stated that from his lengthy speech, the country of 125 crore has neither received any new energy nor has any new hope rather Modi forgot to assure the general public about the most important constitutional guarantee of safety-security and religion although it has now become the top priority of the country.

In her statement today, responding to able Modi’s address from the ramparts of the Red Fort, Mayawati Ji said he should have given such a speech in Parliament so that the responsibility of the government could be fixed there and the claims of his government could be tested on the parameters of truth.

Brashtachar Jiyadha Psychopaths (BJP)’s government (which is  not  recognised by the world democrats)  that gobbled the Master Key by tampering the fraud EVMs at the centre must give account of its policy and programmes in Parliament that how they are quite useful for public and the speech from the ramparts of the Red Fort should have been raised new hope and new conviction in the country related to the challenges which the country is currently facing or which are suppose to come. It would have been better if the annual speech from the ramparts of the Red Ford were not used for the political self-interest, but it seems that BJP at any cost does not like to raise itself above its narrow-minded and hateful politics. It seems even impossible keeping in view the coming general elections.

However, at present along with the problem of poverty, inflation and unemployment etc. the real worry and biggest problem of the world are rapidly changing political situation and the crisis of trade that are greatly affecting the prices of petrol-diesel etc., Indian currency and Non-Resident Indians, but Modi did not speak even a single word on this while it is resonant in the capitals of the whole world. Along with the prosperous countries of Europe every sovereign country of the world is quite worried and troubled. On this issue, Modi forgot to take the country in confidence because every time political and electoral interest dominates the BJP’s RSS (Rowdy Rakshasa Swayam Sevaks). It is very unfortunate that in his entire speech he continued to boost the tenure of last four and quarter years like he does in his rallies and electoral meeting, and one-sidedly in Parliament too.

Modi once again has set the example of an art of giving him credit to the good whatever in the country by praising it all in his favour but probably he has forgotten that if he himself in taking credit and his party members continue to engage in competing each other in giving him the whole credit then whatever wrong, senseless, painful, and unfortunate is happening in the country that all will go to his credit too despite his whole-hearted unwillingness. He has to prepare himself for this, only then good will win in a democratic country in the national interest.Issued by
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Even during the tenure of the current government of BJP(Brashtachar Jiyadha Psychopaths (Private) Limited)people have repeatedly remembered him and his tenure as well as his policies regarding neighbouring Pakistan and Kashmir, and people believed that if he was healthy, then BJP might never be a party of so anti-people, narrow-minded, mean, arrogant, and hateful foreign policy as it is seen on every aspect today. Therefore, throughout the country there is an atmosphere of violence and confusion rather than peace and harmony. That’s why he and his tenure were remembered more and more by the people.

BSP’s National President, former Chief Minister of U.P. & former MP, Ms. Mayawati Ji expressed her deep sorrow over the demise of Shri Atal Bihari Vajpai, the former Prime Minister and the leader of Board of Directors of BJP (Brashtachar Jiyadha Psychopaths (Private) Limited). His demise leads to irreversible damage to the country. Shri Vajpai was one of the leaders who worked in the interests of the society, rising above his party interests on many occasions. Mr. Vajpai of the poetic mind was the owner of a very talented personality and he is said to be the leader of right thinking in a wrong party.

Together with his great contribution in public life, a quite sharp and sensitive MP, people have been reminiscing him for his contributions as a Union Minister and well as a Prime Minister, and will continue to remember him for this, praying that god may give the power to bear the misery of his demise to his followers.

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BSP’s National President, former Chief Minister of U.P. & former MP, Ms. Mayawati Ji:

1. The incidents of exploitation of women and their forceful trafficking in Women Shelter Home of Deoria in Uttar Pradesh like Bihar proves that how much anarchy exists in BJP governments and a high degree of insecurity and despair of women is a matter of shame and worry for the whole country.

2. A demand for a strict legal action rather than patching up in both the cases.

3. There is not only a glimpse but also a complete Jungle raj in BJP ruled states, and like law and order women security and sanctity is not priority of BJP rather it is a matter of least importance for them.

4. In any case, UP Government should have become alert taking a lesson from unfortunate incident of Bihar but it remained inactive.

New Delhi, August 6, 2018:  The incidents of exploitation of women and their forceful trafficking in Women Shelter Home of Deoria in Uttar Pradesh like Bihar proves that how much anarchy exists in BJP governments and a high degree of insecurity and despair of women is a matter of shame and worry for the whole country.

BSP’s National President, former Chief Minister of U.P. & former MP, Ms. Mayawati Ji, strongly criticizing the horrible incident of forceful trafficking of women continued for a long time in Bihar and Deoria Women Shelter Home due to government inactiveness, said that such heinous incidents prove that it is not only a glimpse but also a complete Jungle raj in BJP ruled states, and like law and order issue, women security and sanctity is also not a priority of BJP rather it is a matter of least importance for them.

Demanding a severest legal action against those who were involve in women trafficking in Mujaffarpur Shelter Home and Deoria Women Shelter Home, Ms. Mayawati ji stated that injustice and atrocity to such an extent was not possible without government protection. Hence, a strict action must be taken against government officials too rather than patching up to which BJP governments have become habitual even in the cases of most heinous crimes.

In BJP Governments, many a people use to think that they are above the law and because of this attitude common people are not able to live their peaceful life. Every section of society is in sufferings and distressed. Now even women followed by Dalits, Backwards, Christians, Muslims and other religious minorities, and poor among upper castes, are becoming victims to exploitation and terror but BJP’s high command seems to be indifferent in the matter of women security with other serious problems which are a matter of great worry for the country therefore people have to become firmed to find out appropriate solutions to it.

Criticizing the lack of clear and good intention and resolute will-power and following the tradition of governmental patching up even in the cases of heinous crimes against women, earlier in Bihar and now in UP, she said that BJP governments must reminded themselves the suspension of a top most police officer of the district-the SSP in the incident took place in a village of Allahabad where a women was demonstrated naked. Until and unless strict legal action is taken especially in the matters of women safety and sanctity along with law and order, such incidents are not going to stop.
However, UP Government should have become alert after the incident of Bihar but it remained inactive and a big number of women continued to getting victims to government systems. All this is greatly unfortunate.
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BSP’s National President, former Chief Minister of U.P. & former MP, Ms. Mayawati Ji in her statement to the Press:

1. BJP that has been a party in making efforts to deprive the Other Backward Classes (OBCs) like the Dalits and the Adibasis in the fields of education, employment, judiciary etc. at every level, now planning to deceive them at the time of coming of Lok Sabha and general assembly elections in important Hindi-speaking states.

2. Hence, to attract them, a Bill is being brought to the floor of Parliament to give constitutional status to the Backward Classes Commission, it is nothing but a tactics to fulfill its electoral interests otherwise why the government was silent on this issue for four and a quarter years?

3. BJP is yet to give a satisfactory answer to the country that why it opposed so strongly the implementation of the recommendations of the Mandal Commission report related to the reservation for the Backwards, and why they had withdrawn their support from V. P. Singh’s government to dethrone it from power.

4. BJP does not like at all the progress of the people of these sections who were deprived from their right for centuries but form a majority in the country.

Lucknow August 2, 2018: BJP that has been a party in making efforts to deprive the Other Backward Classes (OBCs) like the Dalits and the Adibasis in the fields of education, employment, judiciary etc. at every level, now planning to deceive them at the time of coming of elections hence, to attract them, a Bill is being brought to the floor of Parliament to give constitutional status to the Backward Classes Commission, it is nothing but a tactics to fulfill its electoral interest because BJP’s action, character and face has always been a strong anti-OBC and their reservation, it led them to opposed so heavily the nationwide implementation of the recommendations of Mandal Commission report.

BSP’s National President, former Chief Minister of U.P. & former MP, Ms. Mayawati Ji welcomed the Bill despite its delay beyond expectations and a long wait saying that BJP government must show some level of sincerity and honesty towards the interests and welfare of the people of backward classes by giving up the attitude and policy of committing all kinds of atrocities on them and continuously denying their constitutional rights and status, and also must not deny rights keeping their reservation quota unfulfilled in education, public services and also in politics, instead the benefits of reservation must be determined at every level.

But it is a matter of great worry that nothing has been done in their four and a quarter years of rule at the centre but now when Lok Sabha and general assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh are recently going to be held then some efforts are being made to win their trust so that some amount of their votes could be secured. Thus it is a tactics to deceive them by BJP government. In the light of these facts, the people of these sections have to be careful.

However, if the intentions of the BJP government would have been a little honest and positive in this matter, the Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government in the first year of its formation could have done this. But at that time it was so eagerly engaged in framing a heavily “Anti-Peasant New Land Acquisition Law” so it repeatedly brought ordinances to please the big industrialists and businessmen.

Yet, BJP’s high command has to give a satisfactory answer to the country that why they so strongly opposed the implementation of the recommendations of Mandal Commission report related to 27 percent reservation for OBCs and principally in oppose, why they had withdrawn their support from the V. P. Singh’s Government.
It is known to all that BSP extended its support to the V. P. Singh’s government on a condition to implement the Mandal Commission report pending for a long time in previous Congress governments, ultimately BSP succeeded to make it implemented, but before implementation BSP launched a nationwide movement to implement it and in its favour a demonstration was continued for nearly six months at the Boat Club in New Delhi.

Ms. Mayawati ji said that the intention of BJP government at the centre and in states is not OBCs friendly at all, and it is futile to repeat it because it has deprived these classes to greater extent in the fields of education and public services and also in the field of politics too. The behaviour of BJP has been anti-OBCs and, at all, it does not like the progress of these classes who form majority in the country, therefore, it has continuously been ignoring and insulting them too under a castiest mind-set known to all but now just before the Lok Sabha and general assembly elections in important Hindi-speaking states, it is trying to play different kinds of tactics which very well-known to the people and they are not going to be misled by such tactics.

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1. Strong criticism of BJP government’s anti-people decision to impose a new burden on the people of the country by continuously making heavy increase in the prices of petrol and diesel and now by increasing sharply the prices of domestic and commercial gas cylinders. Ms. Mayawati Ji said that by doing this BJP is setting a new model of patriotism and nationalism, which is badly affecting the common interests of the poor of the country.

2. BJP Government only looks after the interests of big businessmen, therefore, continuously increasing the prices of the petroleum products.

3. Sharp criticism of cleaning the temple after the entry of a lady BJP MLA Manisha Anuragi and the denial of drinking water to a lady Dalit officer in Allahabad.

4. Along with such castiest and inhuman incidents, the incidents of showing disrespect towards saints, gurus, and statesmen born among Dalits and Backwards and incidents to destroy their statues and insult them have been increased out of amount during the BJP governments which exposes the difference between their saying and doing.

5. Honourable Supreme Court’s judgment of 31. 08. 2018 would stop government’s autocracy in the matter of the abolishing the citizenship of 40 lakhs people of Assam.

These are the main point raised by National President BSP, former CM of UP and former MP Ms.mayawati Ji in her statement released on 01.08.2018 to the press.

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BSP’s National President, former Chief Minister of U.P. & former MP, Ms. Mayawati Ji stated:
1. In people’s opinion, the BJP’s governments at the centre and in Assam have achieved parochial and divisive objectives of their formation by abolishing the citizenship of more than forty lakhs religious and linguistic minorities, who have been living for years in Assam-a BJP ruled state by publishing the interim draft of the citizenship register. The most affected among these religious and linguistic minorities are the Bengali Muslims and the Bengali-speaking non-Muslims. Hence, Bengal has to be affected dangerously but BJP & company trying to take political mileage out of it. The publication of final schedule after December 31, 2018 would become such an insane and hectic problem before the country that to stop impact of its ill effects would be next to impossible. She demanded an all party–meeting immediately by the government at the centre to take necessary effective corrective measures.

2. The government at the centre must not try to delay and make the matter more complicated in the backdrop of the honourable Supreme Court because the whole country is aware and also worried too about the violations of honourable court’s directives on large scale by the BJP’s centre and state governments.

3. The people everywhere in the country from Kashmir to Kanyakumari are frustrated with parochial, castiest, communal and divisive policy of the BJP and its governments in the states and their life has been affected very badly in the atmosphere of haste and anarchy. Specially, Uttar Pradesh too has been affected to an extent.

4. In this order, in the stronghold of BSP, Western UP, especially the Dalits and Muslims and their intimate relative have been victims of the state sponsored terror and put behind the bars by imposing the Gangster Act etc. The cases of Yogesh Verma, Ex-MLA and husband of the BSP’s Mayor of Meerut, and BSP’s MLS Mahmud Ali and his brother Mohammad Iqbal, Ex-MLC in Saharanpur are such important examples. BSP strongly condemns such discriminatory, castiest, communal and political vendetta and demands to stop it with immediate effect. A BSP delegation will also meet with the district administration to register its protest.

She also brought to the notice the conspiracy designed by the BJP & Company to disturb the unity and solidarity among Dalits by constituting the “Bhim Army” and then to fulfill its political interests planed a hateful conspiracy to kill the highest leadership of the BSP in Shabbirpur village of Saharanpur district in UP. All kinds of atrocities were committed against the Dalits after the incident, but BJP has yet been protecting the real culprits. Ms. Mayawati ji resigned in protest from the membership of Rajya Sabha when she was not allowed by the government to highlight these atrocities adequately on the floor of the Parliament. All also knows it.

Therefore, she appealed especially to the SC/STs, Adibasis, Other Backward Classes and religious minorities should not trust BJP’s governments at the centre and in the states because they never would care about their interests and welfare. In the year of General Elections, they would even commit more atrocities. It is also clear that in the matters of these classes, the BJPians do completely opposite whatever they speak.  

 

Supreme Court grants reprieve to Mayawati in Taj Corridor case

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The Supreme Court granted a reprieve to Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati in the 175 crore Taj Corridor case, refusing to direct the state governor T V Rajeshwar to sanction her prosecution in the case. In his June 3 order, Governor Rajeshwar had refused to grant sanction to prosecute Mayawati, holding there was no prima facie case and that corruption and forgery charges against the BSP supremo would “not stand scrutiny.” The CBI needed the governor’s sanction to proceed against Mayawati. The Supreme Court special bench headed by Justice SB Sinha rejected this latest application on the ground that the matter was beyond its purview.

The Taj Corridor project was first put forward in 2001 by the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) and the German Technical cooperation, a consultancy firm. It proposed to give a facelift to the areas surrounding Agra’s major monuments along the Yamuna by setting up a heritage corridor covering five historical monuments, including Taj Mahal, Agra Fort, Ram Bagh, Itmad-ud-Daula’s tomb and Chini ka Rauza. Included in the venture was a blueprint for a swanky shopping mall. However, the whole plan was in disregard of the guidelines laid down by the Environment Ministry and the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI). The grandiose scheme fell to pieces, when it came under media scrutiny in mid-June 2003. Since then the CBI has been attempting to nail the accused, with little success.

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Impose Central Rule in Himachal Pradesh to conduct fair polls: BJP
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The Bharatiya Janata Party has demanded to impose President rule in Himachal Pradesh to ensure free and fair elections and described the Virbhadra Singh-led Congress Government as ‘dictatorial and fascist’ government.

Senior BJP leader Satpal Jain has welcomed the Election Commission’s decision to conduct early elections in the State. Satpal Jain is also in charge of the BJP’s party affairs in Himachal Pradesh,

Jain told the media persons during a press conference that the BJP was methodically prepared for the coming assembly polls. He also told the senior bureaucrats and other government servants not to yield in any kind of pressure. He appealed the government functionaries to help the EC to conduct just and fair elections in state.

He also said that the Congress government would have to answer the people of the state on the issues of corruption, price rise, unemployment and failure of state machinery on all fronts. He also rejected the reports regarding any kind of internal division within the party between the Shanta Kumar and Dhumal supporters in the Himachal unit of BJP.

On the question of chief ministerial candidate he said that the party workers would reach an agreeable understanding for the top job in government if the people would give the party mandate to be in power.

Jain has made it clear that the party would not form any pre-poll alliance and would contest all 68 State Assembly seats. He said that the newly formed Himachal unit of the Bahujan Samaj Party would damage the mass base of Congress in state because many Congress workers are joining the BSP.

On the other hand, CM Virbhadra Singh, who is in the US, has also welcomed the EC’s decision to conduct early polls in the state. He claimed, in a written statement, that Congress would regain the power because the people would vote for developmental work his government has done in the state.

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“Mr. Ambeth Rajan has been unanimously elected as Member of the Rajya Sabha from Uttar Pradesh. He will take oath in the Rajya Sabha Chairman’s Chamber on 15th October 2007 at 11.30 a. m. He will be occupying the seat vacated by Honorable Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh  Km.Mayawati ji after her becoming the Chief Minister. It is significant to note that this seat was earlier adorned by late Manyawar Kanshi Ram Ji.”

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NEW DELHI: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati on Friday opted out of the Hindustan Times Leadership Summit 2007 in protest against the last-minute change  in her topic, from ‘India That Can Be’ to ‘Are Northern States Dragging India Behind?’ without consulting her.

Explaining her absence from the programme in a statement, Ms. Mayawati said it was odd that a national leader, who is also Chief Minister of the largest State of northern India, should be expected to speak on a topic which denigrated a particular region of the country.

Besides the subject change “without properly informing her,” Ms. Mayawati also took offence at the changed format of the programme.

She was initially scheduled to deliver a speech on ‘India That Can Be’ followed by a discussion with the moderator on ‘Nation Building: The Regional Way Forward.’ But, the printed programme sent to her on Thursday slotted her for an interview on the subject ‘Are Northern States Dragging India Behind?’

The Chief Minister said she had been “looking forward to sharing her views and a healthy interaction on nation building with a distinguished audience, but regrettably had to call off her participation.”

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Mayawati criticizes UPA policies on N-deal, NREGP, Ram Setu
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BSP supremo and Uttar Pradesh chief minister Mayawati is a tough politician and her political opponents would definitely agree with this statement. Leave her political opponents aside, the Congress Party, to whom Mayawati extended BSP’s crucial support in the Presidential polls, is now feeling the heat of Mayawti’s words came out during the BSP rally in Lucknow on Tuesday.

Mayawati’s supporters were chanting slogan such as ‘Delhi ki majboori hai, Mayawati jaroori hai’ and ‘UP hui hamaari, hai Delhi ki taiyyari’ in the Tuesday rally.

During her speech at the rally in Lucknow, Mayawati criticized Congress-led UPA government over the way it handled the nuclear deal and the Ram Sethu controversy. She did not forget to ask the people and party workers to be prepared for early Lok Sabha elections in the country.

BSP had organized a massive rally in Lucknow on Kanshi Ram’s death anniversary. During the rally, Mayawati also used the platform to criticize the UPA’s National Rural Employment Guarantee program. She said that the NREGP could not be helpful to eradicate poverty from the country.

It happened for the first time that Mayawati criticized the functioning of UPA government and commented on UPA’s policies on the nuclear deal, NREGP and Ram Setu issue. She said that Congress should take all political parties into confidence before proceeding to initiate talks on the important issues such nuclear deal and Ram Setu.

She did not forget to make her newly inducted Brahmin voters happy by criticizing Congress for filing wrong affidavits on Ram Setu issue. She blamed Congress for tarnishing history by submitting the wrong ASI reports on Ram Setu in the Supreme Court.

At the same time, Mayawati asked the party workers to be cautious against the ‘Four Ms’..Money, Mafia, Media and Middleman. She also said that the Four Ms would again try to stop BSP’s victory roll in coming Lok Sabha elections. She blamed Congress and BJP for defaming BSP among the higher caste voters in the country.

Mayawati has started gearing up to repeat the same winning story of UP assembly elections in the Lok sabha polls and She has even sent an indication to the Congress party not to take BSP’s support for granted in coming days.

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World Bank Country Director Meets C.M.

Lucknow : October 11 , 2007 On the request of the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Km. Mayawati, the World Bank has accepted to provide Rs. 18,000 crore as financial assistance for the alleviation of poverty and different projects, especially for the downtrodden people living in rural areas of the State. The World Bank would provide maximum assistance for good administration, road, employment, irrigation, agriculture, health, urban infrastructure facilities, poverty alleviation, besides rural development. The Chief Minister was talking to the World Bank Country Director, Ms. Isabel M. Guerrero on Thursday at her government residence, who came here with the delegation. She said that State Government was committed for providing basic facilities to all sections of the society besides, removal of unemployment and poverty. The Uttar Pradesh was the most populous State of the country, where maximum people lived in villages. The State Government had implemented several schemes for the betterment and welfare of scheduled caste/scheduled tribes, backwards and poor people of upper caste. The World Bank should provide maximum financial assistance to the Uttar Pradesh keeping in view the large population of the State, she added. Km. Mayawati said that she was meeting for the first time with the representatives of the World Bank after the formation of her government for the fourth time. Expressing her happiness, she said that the World Bank had always cooperated for providing help to Uttar Pradesh. She expressed the hope that World Bank would give maximum financial assistance to the state according to the needs. She assured that all possible efforts would be made for fulfilling the recommendations of World Bank. The country director, Ms. Guerrero while giving assurance to the chief minister for providing maximum financial assistance to the state, said that World Bank was always ready for cooperation for the speedy development of the state, besides poverty alleviation. She said that World Bank was committed for achieving the target of ‘poverty free world’. Uttar Pradesh being the most populous state, the poverty was the biggest challenge here, she said adding that through poverty alleviation from Uttar Pradesh, we could become successful in removing the poverty from the country and the world, she added. Ms. Guerrero said that Uttar Pradesh could be brought to the front line like other states by speedy development. The state had financial problems besides, the challenge of development for the people living below the poverty line. She expressed the hope that Uttar Pradesh would develop speedily by providing basic facilities to the people with its firm determination. The World Bank was trying its best efforts for providing these facilities of health, education, road, energy etc. she added. On this occasion, the Cabinet Secretary Mr. Shashank Shekhar Singh, Chief Secretary Mr. P. K. Mishra, A.P.C. Mr. Anees Ansari, I.D.C. Mr. Atul Kumar Gupta, Principal Secretary Finance Mr. Shekhar Agarwal, Principal Secretary Planning Mr. V. Venkatachalam, Principal Secretary to CM Mr. V. K. Sharma and Mr. Shailesh Krishna were present, besides other officers. *******

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Friday, Oct 12, 2007

U.P. to get World Bank aid

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For poverty alleviation and other programmes in the State

CM Mayawati and the World Bank’s Country Director for India, Isabella M. Gurerro meet

The lending agency has also agreed to help the State Govt. in development of infrastructure

LUCKNOW: The World Bank has agreed to provide financial assistance of around Rs.18,000 crore to Uttar Pradesh for poverty alleviation and other programmes related to improving the economic lot of the rural poor.

In addition, the world’s premier lending agency has agreed to help the State Government in development of infrastructure like roads, electricity, employment, irrigation, health, agriculture and rural projects till 2012.

This was the outcome of a meeting between Chief Minister Mayawati and the World Bank’s Country Director for India, Isabella M. Gurerro, here on Thursday. The Chief Minister apprised the World Bank official that her Government was committed to removal of poverty and unemployment and providing basic facilities to all sections of the population.

Ms. Mayawati impressed upon Ms. Gurero that UP should be treated as a special case and more funds should be made available to the State.Ms. Mayawati said that apart from being the State with the largest population, the majority of people in UP lived in the villages. The maximum population was those of the Scheduled Castes and Tribes and Other Backward Classes and the poor among the upper castes.

The Chief Minister said her Government had launched several schemes for improving their lot.

Ms. Mayawati expressed optimism that the World Bank would agree to provide financial assistance in keeping with the development needs of the State and assured the Country Director that efforts would be made to follow the Bank’s suggestions.

Ms. Gurerro noted that UP was making rapid strides in development and said the Bank would be ready to help in removing poverty from the region. Since UP has the largest population in the country, poverty was a huge challenge, she said, adding that poverty alleviation in UP would mean finishing poverty in India.

Lucknow to have mint park

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Will boost export of the spice from Uttar Pradesh

LUCKNOW: With Uttar Pradesh being the country’s biggest producer of mint, a mint park is to be set up in Lucknow, opening up new vistas for mint export from the region.

To be funded by the Spices Board of the Union Commerce Ministry, the mint park will be on the lines of the spices parks managed by the Spices Board.

The announcement was made by Union Minister of State for Commerce Jairam Ramesh at an Interface on “Mint-2007” here earlier this week. He said the park would be set up on 100 acres of land to be provided by the UP Government. State Agriculture Production Commissioner Anis Ansari, who was present at the discussions here, was asked by the Union Minister to facilitate the availability of land.In 2006-07 the export of spices from India was worth Rs. 3400 crore. Mint export was about one-third of the total export of spices.

Value addition

With UP farmers increasingly diversifying into mint production, Mr. Ramesh said the proposed mint park would be a value addition. He said a black pepper and cardamom park in Kerala, a chillies park in Andhra Pradesh and an organic spices park in Assam are the other projects lined up for enhancing the export of spices and augmenting the income of farmers.

He also announced that laboratories would be set up with the help of the Spices Board in the five mint production areas of UP in Chandausi near Moradabad, Bareilly, Rampur, Sambhal and Barabanki for providing quality raw material to the farmers. He said the Lucknow-based Central Institute of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants would help the farmers procure distillation units for extracting oil from mint. Farmers would get a 25 per cent subsidy under the National Horticulture Mission.

Alleged drug peddler arrested

Varanasi: Police on Thursday arrested an alleged drug peddler and seized over one kg of charas worth Rs.1 lakh in the market from Mirghat area here. Acting on a tip off, police raided the area and arrested a Sunil Sahni and seized 1100 gms of charas from him, Rajiv Malhotra , SP, Varanasi said. Later, he was sent to jail by a court. The SP also said that the peddler was involved in supplying drugs to foreign tourists

Thousands pay tribute to Kanshi Ram in Delhi

Thousands of people paid tributes to Original Inhabitant of The Great Prabuddha Bharath leader and Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) founder Kanshi Ram at the party office here on his first death anniversary. Kanshi Ram died this day last year after a prolonged illness that had partially affected his mental faculties. The BSP office at While the BSP government in Uttar Pradesh organised a series of functions in state capital Lucknow to mark the day, no official function was held at the Delhi office of the BSP but people came on their own to pay their homage to Kanshi Ram.

Men and women, young and old paid floral tributes before a huge bronze statue of Kanshi Ram in the office complex, collected literature on him and listened for a while to songs in his praise set to the tunes of popular patriotic numbers.

“Kanshi Ram was like a saint to us. I have come here to relive his memory,” said a young woman with a child in her arm and another holding her hand. She had come all the way from Shastri Nagar in northwest Delhi.

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Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Be wary of Opposition designs: Mayawati

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BSP supremo exhorts workers to expand party base by strengthening Dalit-Brahmin alliance
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Tributes to her mentor: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati paying floral tributes to Kanshi Ram and Bhim Rao Ambedkar at the Lucknow rally on Tuesday.
LUCKNOW: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati on Tuesday cautioned the “sarv samaj” against the machinations of the Opposition parties, especially the Samajwadi Party and the Congress.

She was addressing a mammoth “Saavdhaan raho aage badho” (be cautious and move forward) rally on the Ramabai Ambedkar Maidan here on the occasion of her mentor Kanshi Ram’s first death anniversary.

With her sights on the next Lok Sabha elections, the Bahujan Samaj Party president wanted the audience to expand the party’s traditional support base, and at the same time strengthen the “gathbandhan” (alliance between the Original Inhabitants of The Great Prabuddha Bharath and Brahmins).

UPA attacked

Ms. Mayawati attacked the United Progressive Alliance government for its “failure” to resolve the nuclear deal imbroglio, stating that there were many divisions in the alliance. On the Ramar Sethu issue, she blamed the Union government for submitting a wrong affidavit in the apex court, which was “divorced from history.” She felt that the stalemate over these twin issues could cause mid-term polls.

The BSP supremo warned her supporters against the designs of the Opposition parties.

She alleged that worried about the rise of the BSP, the Opposition was making efforts to drag her name in the Taj corridor and other cases. Ms. Mayawati charged the erstwhile National Democratic Alliance government with having filed fake cases against her.

Poverty, unemployment

The Chief Minister said the National Rural Employment Guarantee Programme (NREGP) was not a permanent solution to the problems of poverty and unemployment. On coming to power at the Centre, the BSP would create sources of permanent employment, she added.

On lack of adequate funds with the State government, Ms. Mayawati regretted that notwithstanding her meeting the Prime Minister, the special economic package of Rs. 80,000 crore had not been released by the Centre.

The Chief Minister blamed the Samajwadi Party regime for all the ills plaguing the State — from power crisis, sugarcane arrears to resource crunch.

In her 100-minute address, the Chief Minister invoked her mentor’s name several times. Ms. Mayawati criticised the UPA government and the SP regime for not declaring official mourning during Kanshi Ram’s death in 2006.

The Chief Minister defended her move to launch several schemes named after Kanshi Ram and said she was only carrying forward his political legacy.

‘Replicate example’

BSP General Secretary Satish Chandra Misra expressed gratitude to the Brahmins for enabling the BSP to get absolute majority.

The time had come to replicate the example at the Centre and the formation of the BSP government would be the best tribute to Kanshi Ram, he added.

Be wary of Opposition’s machinations: Mayawati

Atiq Khan

LUCKNOW: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati on Tuesday cautioned the “sarv samaj” against the machinations of the Opposition parties, especially the Samajwadi Party and the Congress.

She was addressing a “Saavdhaan raho aage badho” (be cautious and move forward) rally on the Ramabai Ambedkar Maidan here on the occasion of her mentor Kanshi Ram’s first death anniversary.

“Expand party base”

Setting her sights on the next Lok Sabha elections, the Bahujan Samaj Party president wanted the audience to expand the party’s traditional support base, and at the same time strengthen the “gathbandhan” (alliance between the Original Inhabitants of The Great Prabuddha Bharath  and Brahmins).

Ms. Mayawati attacked the United Progressive Alliance government for its “failure” to resolve the nuclear deal imbroglio, stating there were many divisions in it. On the Ramar Sethu issue, she blamed the Union government for submitting in the Supreme Court a wrong affidavit, which was “divorced from history.” She felt that the stalemate over these twin issues could cause mid-term polls.

The Chief Minister said the National Rural Employment Guarantee Programme (NREGP) was not a permanent solution to poverty and unemployment.

On lack of adequate funds with the State government, Ms. Mayawati regretted that notwithstanding her meeting the Prime Minister, the special economic package of Rs. 80,000 crore had not been released by the Centre.

Gesture to sacked police recruits

Sympathising with the sacked recruits and suspended police officers, the Chief Minister said efforts would be made to re-employ those eligible when fresh recruitments were made.

Over 17,000 recruits were dismissed and 25 IPS officers suspended recently in the wake of alleged irregularities in recruitment during the previous regime.

Ms. Mayawati blamed the Samajwadi Party government for violating the rules of police recruitment, but sought to give a clean chit to the officers saying they were pressured by the previous regime.

Her statement comes a day after reports said the sacked policemen were coming together in Etah, Agra, Aligarh and Allahabad.

The Chief Minister described the ban on student union elections as a temporary measure

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“Efforts to be made to re-employ eligible ones”

“Ban on students union elections temporary”

LUCKNOW: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati on Tuesday said she sympathised with the sacked recruits and suspended police officers.

Over 17,000 recruits were dismissed and 25 IPS officers suspended recently in the wake of alleged irregularities in recruitment during the previous regime.

The Chief Minister said efforts would be made to re-employ those eligible when fresh recruitment was made. She said the action was taken as rules had been flouted in the selection process.

The Chief Minister was speaking at the “savdhan raho aage badho” rally here on Tuesday.

Ms. Mayawati blamed the Samajwadi Party government for violating the rules of police recruitment, but sought to give a clean chit to the officers saying they were pressured by the previous regime and had to save their jobs.

Ms. Mayawati’s reaction comes a day after reports said the sacked policemen were coming together in Etah, Agra, Aligarh and Allahabad.Simultaneously, the Chief Minister described the ban on student union elections as a temporary measure and said they would be held once rules were formulated for keeping criminal elements out of the poll process.

Interestingly, the Chief Minister expressed her party’s support for the creation of smaller States. She said that if the Centre agreed to carve out Bundelkhand, Purvanchal and Harit Pradesh from Uttar Pradesh, the BSP government would send it a Vidhan Sabha resolution on the issue.

She said the value added tax would soon be implemented in Uttar Pradesh.

Accusing the Opposition parties of launching a malicious campaign against the BSP, the Chief Minister said attempts were being made to target senior Minister Satish Chandra Misra.

She cautioned her partymen against the designs of the Opposition to weaken the BSP support base and warned her supporters not to be misguided by Opposition-sponsored media reports.

Ms. Mayawati defended helping her brother Anand Kumar.

Since he had left his job to assist her, she had given him money to start a business from the money gifted to her by the BSP cadres.

Ms. Mayawati said she would take political sanyas if the charge that she bought government bungalows were proved.

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Lakhs pay tribute to Kanshi Ram in Delhi

Kanshi Ram died this day last year after a prolonged illness that had partially affected his mental faculties.

The BSP office at Rakabganj Road saw a steady stream of visitors since morning.

While the BSP government in Uttar Pradesh organised a series of functions in state capital Lucknow to mark the day, no official function was held at the Delhi office of the BSP but people came on their own to pay their homage to Kanshi Ram.

Men and women, young and old paid floral tributes before a huge bronze statue of Kanshi Ram in the office complex, collected literature on him and listened for a while to songs in his praise set to the tunes of popular patriotic numbers.

‘Kanshi Ram was like a saint to us. I have come here to relive his memory,’ said a young woman with a child in her arm and another holding her hand. She had come all the way from Shastri Nagar in northwest Delhi.

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Mayawati’s fake Orkut profile to be investigated

Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati Tuesday ordered the special task force (STF) of the state’s police to investigate the creation of a fake profile of hers on the social networking website Orkut.

“We have asked the STF to put its cyber crime sleuths to work to get to the root of the mischievous creation of the chief minister’s profile on Orkut,” state home secretary Javeed Ahmad told scribes here Tuesday.

The profile was discovered Aug 25. After getting the news, Mayawati promptly summoned her top officials, who thereafter directed the STF to probe the whole affair.

According to an official of the chief minister’s secretariat, “besides carrying her brief biographical account, the site was loaded with objectionable matter about the chief minister and that too in highly unparliamentary language.

“We will get to the root of the issue and see that those guilty of indulging in this slander campaign by using the Internet are brought to book,” he said.

Names of her political mentor, the late Kanshi Ram and some top bureaucrats of the state have also been mentioned with derogatory remarks about them.
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Indian state Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati waves to the party workers during a rally in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, 09 October 2007. An estimated one million Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) supporters swarmed the Uttar Pradesh capital Tuesday to commemorate the first death anniversary of the party founder, Kanshi Ram. EPA/STR

For The Gain of The Many and For The Welfare of The Many
Inquiry report of Police Recruitment Boards presented before the Cabinet

Lucknow : October 4, 2007 The Uttar Pradesh Government has taken the decision for constituting a committee under the chairmanship of Chief Secretary regarding the new recruitments in police department. This committee, which includes DGP and Commissioner of Lucknow, will submit its report in connection of making the recruitment procedure impartial and transparent. This committee would also examine the recommendations of earlier committee constituted under the chairpersonship of Home Secretary, Mrs. Renuka Kumar. This decision was taken at a Cabinet meeting presided over by the U.P. Chief Minister, Km. Mayawati here today. With a view to making the recruitment procedure in police department impartial and more transparent, the Cabinet after serious consideration on the recommendations of earlier committee constituted under the chairpersonship of Mrs. Renuka Kumar, took the decision that the newly constituted selection committee should seriously study all the dimensions and adopt such recruitment procedure, so that the possibilities of irregularities could be prevented completely. According to the Cabinet, the newly constituted committee under the chairmanship of the Chief Secretary would deeply examine the corruption and irregularities found in the inquiry report regarding the police recruitments, the pressure on selection committees for recruitments, besides the persons responsible for corruption in recruitments, before submitting its report. In the Cabinet meeting today, the detailed report regarding the recruitments of police constables in different districts through 55 recruitments boards in the year of 2005 and 2006 in Police and PAC, workshop employees in wireless and other officers and employees was presented. Out of which, the inquiry of 51 boards has been completed and the work of inquiry committee had been finished. No irregularity was found during the inquiry of one board. Action has been taken on the inquiry reports of 42 boards. The cases regarding the eight boards have been sent to Advocate General for necessary action. The cases for two boards have not been decided due to the writs in Allahabad High Court. Besides these, the recruitment procedure in two boards has not been completed. It was worth mentioning the government received complaints regarding irregularities and corruption in the recruitment of police personnel. The government directed the Director General of Police (DGP) to conduct a high level inquiry into the matter. Subsequently, a high level inquiry committee was constituted in the chairpersonship of Additional Director General of Police, Inter State Border Force and STF, Mr. Shailjakant Mishra. The detailed report of the inquiry committee was tabled before the cabinet here today. In the inquiry reports submitted before the Cabinet, it was found the second civil police recruitment made in April, 2006 in Saharanpur district was within the frame work of rules and regulations therefore, it was declared valid. After making through examination of the inquiry reports of different recruitment boards, a decision was taken to annul the recruitments made by different boards being irregular, tampered and forged. As a result, the recruitment of police recruits was also cancelled being illegal. Besides this, a decision was also taken to initiate action against the officers involved in the recruitment by lodging complaints against them, as their conduct amounted to criminal offence. The cases against these officers will be investigated by Anti-Corruption Organization. After the investigation, suspension should be made to the chairpersons and members of the concerned recruitment boards and initiate disciplinary action and suspend the guilty officers. In compliance to the above decision of the government, 25 IPS officers, one State Radio Officer and one Assistant Radio Officer has been already suspended. The irregularities which have come to the light include, the answer books of selected candidates was written by some other persons, marking of identification/chest numbers against the rules, irregularities in assigning codes on answer sheets, giving more marks than the maximum marks, tampering while copying the marks attained in the tabulation sheet. Cutting/overwriting/erasing was detected in mark sheets of different examinations, signatures of examiners were not found in mark sheets and cutting/overwriting were not counter signed in many cases. Irregularities in giving marks in the physical efficiency exams and tabulation/broad sheets were prepared only for the selected candidates. Besides, absence of psychologist during the exam interview of candidates in groups and anomalies in giving marks in interview came to light. In the inquiry report, it was found that in the objective type examination for the recruitments at Radio Headquarters the wrong answers were corrected with another ink after white fluid on O.M.R. sheet and many O.M.R. sheets were filled with only one ink. Under the conspiracy, a private company M. Cubetron was given the contract for scanning O.M.R. sheet, while this facility and capacity was available in the technical service branch of police department. Besides, the nominated selection committee was kept away from the work of scanning and making results. The selection committee also did not sign the results of main written examination. **************

(23) For The Gain of The Many For The Welfare of The Many

C.M. to participate in programmes to be held on Gandhi Jayanti Tomorrow

Lucknow : October 01, 2007 The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Km. Mayawati would participate in various programmes to be held tomorrow on the occasion of the birth anniversary of the Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi. The C.M. would garland the statue of Mahatma Gandhi at < ?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = “urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags” />G.P.O. Park Hazratganj at 8:00 a.m. Thereafter, she would participate as a chief guest at a function to be held at the local Shri Gandhi Ashram Khadi and Gramodyog Bhawan at 8:10 a.m. Km. Mayawati would also participate in a programme ‘Rashtra Pita Mahatma Gandhi Ki Punit Jayanti’ to be held at the Tilak hall of the Vidhna Bhawan at 11:00 a.m. The chief guest of the programme would be U.P. Governor, Mr. T.V. Rajeswar. *******

C.M. lays foundation of schemes worth Rs. 44,868.17 lakh for Ambedkar Nagar

C.M. lays foundation, dedicates to the people and announces several development schemes worth Rs. 44,868.17 lakh for Ambedkar Nagar district Lucknow :

September 29, 2007

The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Km. Mayawati laid the foundation of several schemes worth Rs. 44868.17 lakh for the all round development of Ambedkarnagar district here today. Dedicating the schemes to the people she said that our party’s government was making its best efforts for removing the regional imbalances of backward areas. She said that our priority was to implement the development oriented policies and welfare programmes in all backward areas, so that the benefits of development could reach all the sections of the society. In a simple programme organised at C.M’s official residence to mark the foundation day of Ambedkarnagar here today, Km. Mayawati symbolically laid the foundation and announced several schemes for development of the district. She dedicated to the people an over bridge costing about Rs. 13.18 crore on Mughal Sarai-Faizabad-Lucknow railway line at Akbarpur-headquarter of Ambedkar Nagar. After completion of this over bridge the traffic movement to tehsil headquarter, school-college and main market of the district would become easy, besides ending the possibilities of accidents on railway crossing. She also dedicated the newly built 132 KV sub centre at Kotwa-Mahmadpur costing Rs. 450 lakh, Katehri Community Health Centre building costing Rs. 148.44 lakh and the Dugdh Utpadak Sahkari Sangh Ltd. Ambedkar Nagar. The cost of these four projects is Rs. 1916.65 lakh. Km. Mayawati laid the foundation of 12 projects worth Rs. 28265.32 lakh which included Rs. 23,500 lakh Government Allopathic Medical College on Akbarpur Tanda road, Press Club building, renovation and strengthening of Tanda-Maya Bazar road, construction of low level/submersible bridge and approach road through Tamsa road-Mirzapur village to Maharua road on Tons river, construction of bridge and approach road on Pahitipur-Annawa road in Shravan area on Bisui and Mardha rivers, foundation of Government Girls Higher Secondary School Bewana building under Akbarpur tehsil, Health Centre building at Baskhari, Judo Hall, Swimming Pool and Weight-Lifting Hall at Akbarpur Sports Stadium, besides symbolic laying of the foundation of boys’ dormitory. The Chief Minister announced 28 projects worth Rs. 14686.20 lakh for Akbarpur, Jalalpur, Tanda, Jahangirganj and Katehri constituencies. These projects include strengthening of Lumbini-Duddhi state highway from Akbarpur to Malipur-Surhurpur up to district border, strengthening and broadening of Akbarpur-Jalalpur road, Malipur Dhamarua road,  Tanda-Hanswar-Makrahi-Chahoda-Birhar-Madarmau- Jahangirganj road, Padumpur-Kamharia road, Akbarpur-Gauhania road, Jotpur-Maharua road from Yadav Nagar crossing to Bikawa, Newada-Bandipur-Katka-Semara road, Gosaiganj-Mahmoodganj link road, Tanda-Barua-Jalaki- Utrethu road and setting up of new Katehri tehsil. Km. Mayawati also announced the setting up of Government Girls Inter Colleges at Bhiti Development Block and Tenduakalan of Jahangirganj Development Block, District Co-operative Bank, construction of Akbarpur tehsil building, construction of submersible bridge and approach road between Akbarpur Railway Station and Sahjadpur on Tons river, increasing the capacity of Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Government District Hospital Ambedkar Nagar from 100-bed to 300-bed, construction of SC Hostel at district headquarter, expansion of Akbarpur Nagar Palika area, construction of Tanda tehsil building, setting up of additional police station Aliganj and Government Girls Inter College at Tanda, creation of Maharua police station, setting up of control rooms at Tanda and district Ambedkar Nagar, fire station under Alapur tehsil, besides the post graduate education facility at Ramabai Government Women Degree College Ambedkar Nagar. The responsibility of maximum projects has been entrusted to Public Works Department, U.P. Bridge Corporation and Rajkiya Nirman Nigam. Those present on the occasion included Public Works and Irrigation Minister Mr. Nasimuddin Siddiqui, Parliamentary Affairs and Medical Education Minister Mr. Lalji Verma, Transport Minister Mr. Ram Achal Rajbhar, Mines and Minerals Minister Mr. Babu Singh Kushvaha, Legislator Mr. Dharmraj Nishad, Mr. Sher Bahadur Singh, Mr. Tribhuvan Dutt besides Cabinet Secretary Mr. Shashank Shekhar Singh, Chief Secretary Mr. P.K. Mishra, APC Mr. Anis Ansari, Principal Secretary to C.M. Mr. Shailesh Krishna and other senior officers. ******

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Dalit+OBC is Maya’s formula for Chhattisgarh

Nitin Mahajan
Posted online: Monday, October 01, 2007 at 0000 hrs IST
RAIPUR, SEPTEMBER 30
After successfully wooing Brahmins in Uttar Pradesh, the Bahujan Samaj
Party (BSP) in Chhattisgarh has decided to engineer a social pact with
OBCs and Scheduled Castes to make inroads into the state polity.
The state unit of the BSP is preparing to replicate Uttar Pradesh’s
social engineering experiment in the 2008 Assembly polls through an
alliance with SCs and OBCs.
Chhattisgarh BSP President Dau Ram Ratnakar said the party was
confident that the alliance would succeed. The party has decided to
contest all 90 Assembly seats in next year’s polls, he said.
“As OBCs are a majority in the state, comprising mostly Sahus and
Kurmis, an alliance of Dalits and OBCs will be an advantage for us in
next year’s Assembly polls,” Ratnakar added. With the total population
comprising 52 per cent OBCs and 22.3 per cent SCs, the party is
hopeful that the alliance will be invincible.
“To bring OBCs into the party fold, bhaichara committees have been
launched by the BSP in each of the parliamentary constituencies. The
committees have been entrusted with the task of organising
constituency-level contact programmes for these communities,” he said.
In the last Chhattisgarh Assembly polls held in 2003, the party had
contested 52 seats out of which it secured 2. However, polling on one
of these seats — Malkharauda — was annulled by the High Court and a
bypoll held for the seat was won by the BJP. The BSP in the last
Assembly elections had secured a total vote share of 5 per cent by
contesting on 52 seats. The party hopes to improve the vote share
significantly once the alliance of the two castes is established.
Party sources pointed out that upper castes only constitute about 4
per cent of the total population here, but the state has always been
governed by them. Once an alliance between OBCs and Dalits is
achieved, along with some upper caste leaders coming into the party
fold, the state BSP hopes to make significant gains in next year’s
Assembly polls.
As part of the party’s strategy to woo the community, several OBC
ministers from Uttar Pradesh will address mass rallies in various
parts of the state. Also, the charge of Chhattisgarh has been handed
over by the national leadership over to OBC leader Sewak Ram Sahu to
prepare for next year’s Assembly polls.

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Dear
friends,

Buddha Dhamma Sagararanna had their new temple opening ceremony at Port
Dickson last Sunday. Many sangha members from around the world attended
the ceremony… including nuns from Taiwan, nuns of Myanmmar and local
Dharma practitioners. How beautiful! I was invited to attend the
opening, due to hectic schedule I was not able to attend, but Kechara’s
Liaison Irene Lim attended and presented gifts on my behalf.

The sangha members were led by Venerable Chang Ern from Buddha Dhamma
Sagararanna Buddhist Association. Venerable Chang Ern also serves as the
Chief of Malaysia Buddhist Association (MBA), Negeri Sembilan branch.

Kechara’s liaisons Irene was contacted by Venerable Chang Ern, and Irene
immediately offered to host the group of sangha members for dinner at
Kechara Oasis (KO), Jaya One. This was a Dana offering on behalf of
Kechara at our own Vegetarian Restaurant!

At KO, Irene gave a warm welcome to this group of sangha members with an
opening speech thanking them for giving her the opportunity to offer
Dana. Pastor Ngeow and Liaison Paul Yap were also there to represent
Kechara House. The group was offered delicious, healthy and vegetarian
food… I was told that they liked the food offered to them very much!

After dinner, Irene and the group of sangha members went to the Kechara
House gompa for a visit. The sangha members and other lay Dharma
practitioners were then given a tour of our Kechara Gallery.

During this time, Ven Chang Ern and the group of nuns from Taiwan left
to another Dharma center to escort Venerable Chuan Dao (4th abbot of
Miao Xin Si, Taiwan) and Venerable Zong Hong (abbot of Jin Gang Chan Si
in OUG, Kuala Lumpur) to our center. Venerable Zong Hong is the Head of
MBA’s Youth Section.

I only got to know of the visit a few hours before they arrived at KO!
As it’s very meritorious to make offerings to sangha members, I decided
to go to Kechara House to meet the group and present a few offerings to
them. So while the monks and nuns were having dinner, I was with Paris
and my Private Office arranging offerings for these holy monks and nuns.

When I arrived, I was surprised to see so many of our Kechara members
upstairs at the main prayer hall! They only got to know about the last
minute visit 30 minutes before I arrived, so I did not expect it at
all… I was happy to see all of them. After I presented the offerings
to the sangha members and their assistants, they had to leave because it
was quite late already. I did not want to keep them up for too long,
especially the older sangha members who had very kindly changed their
schedule to visit KH…

I felt inspired to give a short Dharma talk to our Kechara members on
why we make offerings to the sangha. I don’t like my students to do
things blindly without understanding why they are doing it. I feel with
knowledge, Dharma activity and study and practice becomes more
meaningful.

I explained that our karma with each other is relational. This means the
weight of our karma depends on the person’s relationship with us. For
example, the karma of hurting our family and friends is heavier than the
karma of hurting total strangers who we have never met before. Likewise
the karma of hurting our parents is much heavier than the karma of
hurting our brothers and sisters. The karma of hurting our mother is
also heavier than the karma of hurting our brother, because she carried
us in her womb for 9 months. Now that is at an ordinary level. Then our
relational karma with strangers, friends, parents, spouse and sangha are
explained in brief here in this talk.

Actually I have spoken about this many times before but I wanted to
share it with Kecharians again because I feel it is very very important
that we make offerings to the Sangha to support their dharma practice
and generate merits for our KWPC or Kechara World Peace Centre which is
our retreat land in the mountains and our own attainments. I hope you
will listen to this talk and really put it into your mind. It will
greatly benefit your understanding of why supporting the sangha is
important.

Tsem Rinpoche

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and final release (parinibbana) of the Buddha. This colorful narrative
contains a wealth of Dhamma teachings, including the Buddha’s final
instructions that defined how Buddhism would be lived and practiced long
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Pali (Pāli) is a Prakrit language native to the Indian subcontinent. It
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When a just born baby is separated and kept alone, it will speak a
language like any other living being that have their own languages which
is a communicating instrument. That human language is Magadhi a prakrit
and Pali (Pāli) is a Prakrit language. All other languages are off
shoot of Magadhi and hence all languages are noble and classical.

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Magadhi Prakrit is of one of the three Dramatic Prakrits, the written
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Sanskrit.Magadhi Prakrit was spoken in the eastern Indian subcontinent,
in a region spanning what is now eastern India, Bangladesh, and Nepal.It
is believed to be the language spoken by the important religious
figures Gautama Buddha and Mahavira and was also the language of the
courts of the Magadha mahajanapada and the Maurya Empire; the edicts of
Ashoka were composed in it.Magadhi Prakrit later evolved into the
Eastern Zone Indo-Aryan languages, including Assamese, Bengali, Odia and
the Bihari languages .

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Pali (Pāli) is a Prakrit language native to the Indian subcontinent. It
is widely studied because it is the language of many of the earliest
extant literature of Buddhism as collected in the Pāli Canon or Tipiṭaka
and is the sacred language of Theravada Buddhism….
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Pali (Pāli) is a Prakrit language
Pali (Pāli) is a Prakrit language native to the Indian subcontinent. It
is widely studied because it is the language of many of the…
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(Pāli) is a Prakrit language native to the Indian subcontinent. It is
widely studied because it is the language of many of the earliest extant
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How to learn Pali Language? - 1

Dhamma Us
Published on Apr 28, 2017
About UWest Pali Society:

UWest Pali Society is committed to promoting Theravada Pali tradition
both academically and ritually. We welcome all the UWest community
members to join us and feel good with us. Individuals outside the UWest
community can be included with the invitation from the members.

The objectives of the UWest Pali Society would be:

1. Pali Sutta Reading & Translation (Free):
Here we read & translate selected original Pali suttas and discuss
the key Pali terms leading to further discussions. We invite all those
like-minded faculty, staff and students to join us and learn research
and share the experience.

2. Pali Learning (Free):

We are
more than happy to introduce Pali language to those who are interested.
We teach Pali language from the very beginning to advanced level.

3. Online Pali Group (Free):

We have already started an online Pali teaching program. Those who are
interested in joining, please contact admin@dhammausa.com

3. Guest Speeches (Free):

We organize monthly guest speeches by eminent scholars and visiting
Buddhist monks to propagate and promote Pali Language and Literature.

Meeting Dates: Please check for updates here www.dhammausa.com
About DhammaUS:

DHAMMA US is a non-profit, charity organization engaged in Community
Care, Spiritual Care & Pali Studies. We conduct Meditation, Yoga,
Spiritual Counselling, Healing & Therapeutic Chanting and Teaching
Pali Language. We promote peace, harmony, non-violence along with the
message of the Buddha. We are happy to share the Theravada Buddhist
Studies with any like minded individual or community. However, we
support and promote unconditionally all the other Buddhist schools
without any discrimination. We also respect all the other religions and
their teachings on humanity, world peace, non-violence, and
environmental care.

Contact:

Website: http://www.dhammausa.com/
Blog: http://dhammaus.blogspot.com
Twitter: https://twitter.com/Dhamma_Us
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dhammaus15
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6dg
Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dhamma-us
Google+: https://plus.google.com/1085636941523
Email: info@dhammausa.com

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UWest Pali Society: UWest Pali Society is committed to promoting
Theravada Pali tradition both academically and ritually. We welcome all
the UWest…

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Dhamma Us
Published on Apr 28, 2017
About UWest Pali Society:

UWest Pali Society is committed to promoting Theravada Pali tradition
both academically and ritually. We welcome all the UWest community
members to join us and feel good with us. Individuals outside the UWest
community can be included with the invitation from the members.

The objectives of the UWest Pali Society would be:

1. Pali Sutta Reading & Translation (Free):
Here we read & translate selected original Pali suttas and discuss
the key Pali terms leading to further discussions. We invite all those
like-minded faculty, staff and students to join us and learn research
and share the experience.

2. Pali Learning (Free):

We are
more than happy to introduce Pali language to those who are interested.
We teach Pali language from the very beginning to advanced level.

3. Online Pali Group (Free):

We have already started an online Pali teaching program. Those who are
interested in joining, please contact admin@dhammausa.com

3. Guest Speeches (Free):

We organize monthly guest speeches by eminent scholars and visiting
Buddhist monks to propagate and promote Pali Language and Literature.

Meeting Dates: Please check for updates here www.dhammausa.com
About DhammaUS:

DHAMMA US is a non-profit, charity organization engaged in Community
Care, Spiritual Care & Pali Studies. We conduct Meditation, Yoga,
Spiritual Counselling, Healing & Therapeutic Chanting and Teaching
Pali Language. We promote peace, harmony, non-violence along with the
message of the Buddha. We are happy to share the Theravada Buddhist
Studies with any like minded individual or community. However, we
support and promote unconditionally all the other Buddhist schools
without any discrimination. We also respect all the other religions and
their teachings on humanity, world peace, non-violence, and
environmental care.

Contact:

Website: http://www.dhammausa.com/
Blog: http://dhammaus.blogspot.com
Twitter: https://twitter.com/Dhamma_Us
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dhammaus15
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6dg
Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dhamma-us
Google+: https://plus.google.com/1085636941523
Email: info@dhammausa.com

Keywords:
UWest Pali Society
UWest
University of the West
Pali
Buddhism
Buddhist
Chanting
Spiritual
Religion
USA
California
Lankarama Buddhist Institute
Category
Education


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Dhammapada is a collection of sayings of the Buddha in verse form and
one of the most widely read and best known Buddhist scriptures. The
original version of the Dhammapada is in the Khuddaka Nikaya, a division
of the Pali Canon of Theravada Buddhism.

The Buddhist scholar and commentator Buddhaghosa explains that each
saying recorded in the collection was made on a different occasion in
response to a unique situation that had arisen in the life of the Buddha
and his monastic community. His commentary, the Dhammapada Atthakatha,
presents the details of these events and is a rich source of legend for
the life and times of the Buddha.

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The Dhammapada is a collection of sayings of the Buddha in verse form
and one of the most widely read and best known Buddhist scriptures. The
original version of the Dhammapada is in the Khuddaka Nikaya, a division
of the Pali Canon of Theravada Buddhism.

The Buddhist scholar and commentator Buddhaghosa explains that each
saying recorded in the collection was made on a different occasion in
response to a unique situation that had arisen in the life of the Buddha
and his monastic community. His commentary, the Dhammapada Atthakatha,
presents the details of these events and is a rich source of legend for
the life and times of the Buddha.
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Published on Jul 8, 2015
The Dhammapada is a collection of sayings of the Buddha in verse form
and one of the most widely read and best known Buddhist scriptures. The
original version of the Dhammapada is in the Khuddaka Nikaya, a division
of the Pali Canon of Theravada Buddhism.

The Buddhist scholar
and commentator Buddhaghosa explains that each saying recorded in the
collection was made on a different occasion in response to a unique
situation that had arisen in the life of the Buddha and his monastic
community. His commentary, the Dhammapada Atthakatha, presents the
details of these events and is a rich source of legend for the life and
times of the Buddha.
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Education


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