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alone can challenge and defeat the casteist, communal and
pro-capitalist BJP!  Get ready!”  Behanji’s clarion call to the BSP
cadres  to liberate the country from the clutches of fascist rule  Dear
brothers and sisters, Jaibheem to all.  We, the Scheduled Castes,
Scheduled Tribes, Other Backward Classes and Religious Minorities, are
able to secure our rights guaranteed under the Constitution of India due
to the incessant struggle and matchless sacrifice of Babasaheb Dr.
Bheemrao Ambedkar. in 23) Classical English,

10) Classical Bengali-ক্লাসিক্যাল বাংলা,34) Classical Gujarati-ક્લાસિકલ ગુજરાતી,

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Quotes by Saheb Kanshi Ram Ji [Video]

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you know for this Google translation practice and save democracy,
equality, fraternity, liberty, dignity and justice as enshrined in the
Constitution to distribute the wealth of the country equally among all
sections of the society for their peace welfare and happiness and to
attain Eternal Bliss as their Final Goal.

Icon and Champion of Dadasaheb Manyawar Kanshiramji’s real
transformation for social and political reforms lies in distributing the
unused lands to the tillers along with irrigation and healthy seeds
which has to be supplied by the government. The big land owners with the
Awaken One with Awareness nature could become philonthrapysts by
forming such cooperative societies of the poor tillers for this purpose.

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MASTER KEY BY 1% of the population the chtpawan brahmin, terrorist,
militant, violent, intolerant, heckling stealth hindutva cult RSS’s
Murderers of democratic institutions (Modi)
2. Supreme Court must pass orders to scrap all the elections conducted
through these EVMs and order for fresh elections with WITH FOOL PROOF
followed by 80 democracies of the world.


Greed and Hatred towards 99% of all societies made ex CJI Sathasivam
commit a grave error of judgement in allowin to replace all fraud EVMs
(Evil Voting Machines) in phases as requested by the ex CEC Sampath
because of the cost i.e., Rupees 1600 crores involved to replace total
fraud EVMs.

punished for their intolerance, hatred, anger, jealousy, delusion which
are defilement of the mind. Hence must be asked to undergo INSIGHT
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Beautiful Quotes – Inspirational Quotes, Pictures and Motivational Thoughts
“The only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven’t found it yet, keep looking. Don’t settle.”

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“Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other
reason. We are the ones we’ve been waiting for. We are the change
that we seek.”

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“If you are loyal to your work, you become the owner”-JC

In 1984 Kanshi Ram formed the Bahujan Samaj (“people in majority”)
Party (BSP). The name refers to all those who are not high caste –
described in BSP literature as exploitative oppressors. The party met
with relatively rapid success. Affirmative action and steady if slow
economic growth had created a new class of educated SC/ST/OBCs. These
gravitated to the party. But it was by addressing thousands of meetings,
often cycling from one to the other (3000 km distance covering
thirty-five important places in seven states of the North in 40 days is a
unique one.And 300 km covered on foot around Delhi to educate the
oppressed and the exploited people thast they need to build their own
organisation and independant movement. Bicycle is the best weapon for
them if they can reach any place to make their presence felt), and
mobilising the very poor that Mayawati made her breakthrough.
Manyavar Kanshi Ramji, the man as a great reformist of
socio-cultural-service-political activities then redefined the paradigm
of merit in simple term. The merit in every sphere of
socio-cultural-service-political activities is to value the voices,
aspirations and concerns of suppressed country so as to establish The
Country of JUSTICE social, economic and political. And those play
substantial role in achieving it will be termed meritorious. 81st
Jayanthi on 15-3-2015 will be celebrated by BSP for Sarvajan Hithaye
Sarvajan Sukhaye ie., for Peace, Welfare and Happiness of all societies
including SC/STs/OBCs/Minorities and poor upper castes.

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Manyawar Kanshiram cycle yatra

Mayawar Kanshiram, the successor of Dr.Ambedkar

undertook cycle yatras to unite the oppressed aganist the manus.

These were some of that original videos..

hope you will be inspired and join RULE JAMBUDVIPA ie., PRABUDDHA BHARATH MOVEMENT



Documentary on Kanshiram Ji

Bahujan Nayak Bhagwan Kanshiram on SC/ST/OBC & Indian Politics.

Swatantra Bharat Me Bahujan Samaj Aashrit Kyu ? Sahab Kanshiram


Listen a important speech of Sahab Kanshiramji organised by PAY BACK TO THE SOCIETY MISSION at Nagpur.

Dynamics Of Kansi Ram’s Movement

By Vivek Kumar

18 March, 2013

Kanshi Ram (March 15th,
1934 to October 8th, 2006) most lovingly referred and remembered as
‘Saheb’ (in Maharashtra) or ‘Sahab’ (in North India) or as ‘Manyavar’
among his followers remains an unsung hero of Bahujan Samaj as most of
the social reformers of the Bahujan samaj do. He remained most enigmatic
personality throughout 1980s and 90s who played the most significant
role in Indian politics after Independence. It is believed by many that
he proved that politics of socially marginalized and poor people can
also succeed without the help of literate, intellectuals, business
houses and urban gentry. He single-handedly changed the mainstream
politics of the most populated state Uttar Pradesh and thereby, the
Indian polity itself.

An Organic Leader without Structural Support

A simple man away from show and pomp, Kansi Ram was
an organic leader who had developed a direct cord with the excluded and
the oppressed. He was not a leader imposed on masses from above just
because he was born in a family of politicians or to parents of high
caste/class. He was not from twice born caste like Gandhi, Nehru,
Tagore, Sarvapalli Radaha Kirshnan etc., to name just a few. Neither had
he had the support of the Brahmanical social structure. Rather he arose
from a humble background- a Ramdasi Sikh family of Punjab (Ropar) and
vehemently criticised and condemned the Brahmanical social order. He
categorically divided the Indian society in two broader categories -
Manuvadies (believers of Manu Dharmashastra) constituting 15 per cent of
the India’s population and the Bahujans with a majority 85 per cent who
were the victims of Manu Dharmashastra. That is why he gave a slogan
“Thakur Brahmin Baniya Chhod: Baki Sab hai DS-4” (Except Kshtriaya,
Brahmin and Vaishya all are member of exploited Dalit society Struggle
committee). He was neither foreign educated, nor a great intellectual,
nor a great orator but of course an organizer par excellence. He knew
his audience and hence used very simple language and repeated sentences.
His appealed to masses can be judged by the huge crowds at his rallies.
People who attended his rallies were not charmed by his money or gifts,
but had faith in him and were convinced by the future he dreamt of.
Hence it is more important to recognize his achievements as an
individual which are more genuine than of so many other so-called upper
caste leaders.

Carving out History and Pantheon of Leaders

Manyavar used to tell in his cadre camps that, “The
people whose non-political roots are not strong cannot succeed
politically”. It is in this context that Manyavar started constructing
history of Dalit society. The only available history he found was
history of Dalit exploitation and their struggle against it. He had
himself written that, “As victims of the Brahminical culture, for
centuries, the Shudras and Ati-Shudras, now known as Backward Classes
(S.C., S.T., and OBC) were passing through the Dark Age. Around 1848
Jotirao Phule initiated revolt against the Brahminical culture”. He
further wrote, “From the beginning of the 20th century the oppressed and
exploited communities all over India started revolting against the
system of which they were victims for centuries. A look at the map of
India from North-west to North-East and then to South will indicate a
fair sprinkling of the revolt in every nook and corner of the country…we
see the emergence of movements such as the Adi Dharmis, the Jatavas,
Kureels, Adi-Hindus, the Namo-Shudras…towards the south we come across
the movements of Satnamis, Ramnamis, the Adi-Andhra, Adi- Dravid in
Tanil Nadu. The Pulayas, Thiyas, Ezava in Kerela, Adi-Karnataka on the
western coast and to top them all the movement of the Mahars led by Dr.
B.R. Ambedkar in the Western and Central India”.

Along with the history of the struggle of Dalits and
OBCs Manyavar also traced the leaders who revolted against the
Brahmanical social order in different parts of the country. This is what
we can call as a pantheon of leaders. Five social reformers, who were
born in the Bahujan society and revolted against the Brahminical Social
Order were Mahatma Jotiba Phule (Maharashtra), Narayna Guru (Kerala),
Rajarishi Sahuji Maharaj (Maharashtra), Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar
(Maharashtra) and E.V. Ramaswami Naicker (Periyar) (Tamil Nadu). Another
aspect of their life struggle was anti-Congress-ism. We are reminded of
Periyar who was once president of Tamil Nadu Congress and in 1925
declared, ‘no god, no religion, no Gandhi, no Congress and no Brahmins’
as his political agenda. Ambedkar had written his view in his book ‘What
Gandhi and Congress have done to untouchables’. To popularize the
aforesaid five leaders, he used the local language by referring them as
Pagriwala Baba (Old man with a turban) for Phule, Phetewala or
Achkanwala Baba {man with safa (fluffy turban) or gown} for Sahuji
Maharaj, Tiewala Baba (man with neck-tie) for Ambedkar and Dadiwala Baba
(man with a beard) for Periyar. In this way Manyavar Kansi Ram created
an unbroken history of the Bhaujan Struggle. When Manyavar’s movement
spread to the nook and corner of India, he added Birsa Munda, the tribal
leader from the Munda Tribe of Jharkhand. He also added Guru Ghasi Das
in Madhya Pradesh.

Understanding the Void of the Media

Along with constructing a continuous history of 158
years Bahujan struggle which began in 1848 with Jotiba Phuley and
constituting pantheon of leaders Kansi Ram tried to establish a parallel
media of the Bahujans to mobilize the masses. He dubbed the mainstream
media as ‘Manuwadi’. Therefore he started publishing own magazines and
Newspapers. ‘The Untouchable India’ a fortnightly was the first magazine
published on June 1st, 1972. Since 1979, he along with BAMCEF published
the monthly magazine ‘The Oppressed Indian’. Kanshi Ram himself wrote
the editorials of this magazine. ‘Bahujan Times’ was the Dalit Daily
newspaper started on March 31st, 1984 in Marathi, August 14th 1984 in
English and on December 6th 1984 in Hindi. These papers were
simultaneously started from New Delhi and Maharashtra. In fact Manyavar
had also started publishing monthlies with the names –Bahujan Sahitya,
Shramik Sahitya, Economic Upsurge, Arthik Utthan, and B R C Bulletin to
raise the different issues of Bahujans. These magazines and newspapers
died out because of resource crunch and lack of readership. ‘Bahujan
Sangathak’ and ‘Bahujan Nayak’ were two weeklies published in Hindi and
Marathi respectively from New Delhi and Maharashtra. Bahujan Sangathak
continued for many years even after Kanshi Ram’s. Bahujan media did help
in raising Bahujan consciousness.

A democrat to the core

A democrat to the core Kanshi Ram believed in
democratic values and constitutional provisions. He was convinced of
power of political elections and voting rights which have been enshrined
in the constitution to Bahujans. He believed that right of votes is a
valuable equalizer; with ‘one man -one vote and one vote -one value’.
However this can help only when ‘you learn to use it meticulously’. So
he taught his cadres the judicious use of their votes by even going on
fast on the of voting. His following slogans prove his deep faith in the
Indian democracy. “Vote Humara Raj Tumhara Nahi Chelega – Nahi
chalega”; (Our Vote and Your Rule, No Longer, No Longer) “Vote Se Lenge
PM CM- Arakshan Se Lenge SP –DM” (form votes we will have Prime Minister
and Chief Minister and from reservations Superintendent of Police and
District Magistrate); ‘Jiski Jitni Sankhya Bhari Uski Utni Bhagedari’
(each community should get according to the percentage of its
population). It is in this context of realization of political power for
the last person of the caste ridden Indian society Kanshi Ram argued
that political Power is master key from which you can solve all your
problems and their fore he formed democratic organizations to mobilize
his people.

Recognizing Dynamism of Kansi Ram’s movement

Kansi Ram’s movement was dynamic in nature. He
perpetually experimented by mobilizing people and envisaging a larger
goal for his movement by incorporating more and more people in it. He
politically socialized them by forming different types of organizations,
in his cadre camps which used to run for days and by organizing
political programmes which used to run for months. Dynamics can be
observed in the formation of organizations. He began by organizing the
Scheduled Castes (SC) and Scheduled tribes (ST) employees in small
district of Maharashtra that is Poona (now Pune) in 1971. Then added
Other Backward Castes (OBC) and ‘Converted Religious Minorities’ to
these SCs and STs under the umbrella of Backward and Minorities
Communities Employees’ Federation (BAMCEF) in 1978 at all India level.
In 1981 Kansi Ram established a separate organization called Dalit
Shoshit Samaj Sangharsh Samiti DS-4 for mobilizing Bahujan Samaj through
which he tested political strength of Bahujan Samaj. Finally he
launched a political party called Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) on April
14th, 1984. In this manner he moved from a non-political,
non-agitation-al and non-religious organization BAMCEF to limited
political and agitation-al agenda of DS-4 to BSP with out and out
political agenda. Further dynamics was evident in the nature of his
programmes for political socialization and mobilization which included
seminars like ‘Will Ambedkarism Revive or Survive’, ‘Who will fund the
Bahujan Movement’, ‘Ambedkar Mela on Wheels’, ‘Denunciation of Poona
pact’, , ‘Miracle of two Feet and two wheels’; ‘Peoples’ parliament’
etc. Each programme was designed so that it can cover more and more
people in both rural to urban areas.

The dynamics of his politics ranged from
independent mobilization to alliance, to coalition politics. Through BSP
he weaned out Dalits from the folds of Congress (I) by establishing an
alliance with OBCs, religious minorities and some so-called upper castes
independently on his own. Initially it came to power in alliance with
Samajwadi Party (1993), once with outside support of Bhartiya Janata
Party (BJP) ( in June 1995), once with BJP forming coalition government
with alternate six-month Chief Ministership arrangement begging in 1997,
and twice it has come to power on its own (2003) and 2007 (full five
year term). However, nowhere, it looked; BSP was not in control of the
political situation and compromised its ideological position. Throughout
its regimes Uttar Pradesh remained free from communal frenzy. Not a
mean achievement in an otherwise communally sensitive State. Nobody
could have imagined this scenario 25 years back that by his
organizational strength and political mobilization Kansi Ram would
relegate the two national political parties Congress (I) and BJP in the
Uttar Pradesh to periphery and establish BSP as a national political

The Real Heir of Babasaheb Ambedkar

From the life and struggle one can definitely
establish that Manyavar was the true inheritor of Babasaheb’s legacy;
however Manyavar himself always argued that he is only giving a
“practical shape to Baba Saheb’s theoretical formulation and in turn
trying to fulfil the unfinished movement of Baba Saheb”. The way he
popularized his ideas, particularly the emphasis on capture of political
power by the Dalits and erstwhile servile classes, the way he took
forward his anti-congress-ism and propagated independent movements both
social and political, establish parallel media etc., one is forced to
call him as the real heir of Babasaheb. The following slogans framed by
the cadres of BSP tell how people had pinned their hopes in him to
fulfil Ambedkar’s dream:

Baba Tera Mission Adhura
Kanshi Ram Karenga Pura
(Babasaheb, Kanshi Ram will complete your unfulfilled Mission).

Kansi Teri Nek Kamai
Tune Soti Qaum Jagai
(Kansi Ram, you have done good job by waking up the sleeping community.


To conclude Manyavar Kansi Ram had set out with an
agenda of ‘Social transformation and economic emancipation’ of Bahujan
Samaj through a democratic revolution. He succeeded to a large extent by
organizing a part of 85 per cent of the Indian population. His success
can be judged by the success of his endeavour in creating of history of
Bahujan struggle, successful Bahujan political organization and in
creation of an ‘Other-The Manuwad’ against whom battle can be pitched.
By doing all this he has successfully challenged the upper caste
political hegemony and has strengthened Indian democracy. Long Live
Kanshi Ram

Vivek Kumar is Associate Professor,
Centre for the Study of Social Systems , Jawaharlal Nehru University
New Delhi. The writer has been Visiting Professor at Columbia
University, New York, USA

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“We alone can challenge and defeat the casteist, communal and pro-capitalist BJP!

Get ready!”

Behanji’s clarion call to the BSP cadres

to liberate the country from the clutches of fascist rule

Dear brothers and sisters, Jaibheem to all.

the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Other Backward Classes and
Religious Minorities, are able to secure our rights guaranteed under the
Constitution of India due to the incessant struggle and matchless
sacrifice of Babasaheb Dr. Bheemrao Ambedkar. But the caste-prejudiced
governments did not implement these rights to the benefit of our people.
As the result, despite the provisions of Constitution, our
socio-economic condition remained worst as before. Hence, Babasaheb
advocated us to form the government on our own by getting united under
one political platform and one leadership. In this direction, he
contemplated to launch the Republican Party of India during his
life-time. But he, perhaps, did not know that he would die so early even
before he could bring his plans into action. He could not complete the
task which was later on completed by Manyawar Kanshi Ram Saheb.

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