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2499 Fri 12 Jan 2018 LESSON Happy Birthday to Vinay on 12-1-2018 May You Be Happy, Well and Secure! May You Live Long! On this wonderful 15-1- 2018 day, WE wish you the best that life has to offer! Happy Birthday and many happy returns of the day to our Behenji Ms Mayawati!. We hope that for every candle on your cake you get a wonderful surprise. Bahujan Samaj Party: Birthday Wish Bahujan Samaj Party - BSP, Mayawati, On this wonderful day, I wish you the best that life has to offer! Happy Birthday! On this wonderful 15-1- 2018 day, WE wish you the best that life has to offer! Happy Birthday to our Behenji Ms Mayawati! Unknown quotes Jaibheem. Let us celebrate our great leader and mentor Behenji’s 62nd Birthday on 15/1/2018 and dedicate to our movement by reaching our Bhaujan Samaj. I request all our Brothers of Bangalore division to join the Bike Rally on 15th Monday at Anekal as the starting point. Thank u. Lakshmi. Avarampoo is also known as Cassia Auriculata. In this video we learn of how this flower can benefit the health of our body.
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Happy Birthday to Vinay on 12-1-2018
May You Be Happy, Well and Secure!
May You Live Long!
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On this wonderful 15-1- 2018 day, WE wish you the best that life has to offer!
Happy Birthday and many happy returns of the day to our Behenji Ms Mayawati!.
We hope that for every candle on your cake you get a wonderful surprise.


Bahujan Samaj Party - BSP, Mayawati,

On this wonderful day, I wish you the best that life has to offer! Happy Birthday!



Avarampoo is also known as Cassia Auriculata. In this video we learn of how this flower can benefit the health of our body.
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“We alone can challenge and defeat the casteist, communal and pro-capitalist BJP! Get ready!”
Behanji Mayawati’s clarion call to the BSP workers.

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. 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.

As
dreamt by Babasaheb Dr. Ambedkar, Manyawar Kanshi Ram Saheb launched
the political party, namely, Bahujan Samaj Party on April 14, 1984.  We,
by following the footsteps of our ancestors and guidance of Manyawar
Kanshi Ram Saheb, are able to form our own government for four times in
Uttar Pradesh in the past. As the result, we are able to improve the
socio-economic condition of our people in Uttar Pradesh. We are able to
secure the constitutional rights of our people. We are also able to
build memorials, statues and parks in the honor of our ancestors. But we
could not succeed to form our government in other states. As the
result, atrocities against our people are continuing unabatedly.
Exploitation of the poor has not been ended.

Tampering of EVMs
by BJP :  Our failure to form our own government in other states has
helped the BJP to defeat us in Uttar Pradesh. They found that BSP is
strong only in UP and not in other states and hence they thought that if
they could finish us in UP, BSP will die a natural death in all other
states. That is how they focused their entire strength to defeat us in
UP. However, they could not win through fair means. They had to resort
to fraudulent way of tampering the electronic voting machines (EVMs) to
defeat us.

BJP and company had used the EVMs in 2014 itself to
win the General Election. We thought that it was the mandate against the
scams-ridden and scandals-tainted rule of Congress. But the election
results of the five states held in March 2017 have exposed the EVM
scandal of BJP. They could not win in Punjab, Uttarkhand, Goa and
Manipur. In Goa and Manipur, Congress party got lead over the BJP. But
BJP leaders have managed the other MLAs form their governments. In
Uttarkhand, it was the internal quarrel of the Congress that gave a lead
to the BJP. In Punjab, the anti-incumbency factor of Akali Dal gave the
victory to Congress. BJP, being the partner of Akali Dal, lost the
election. In all the above four states, they did not tamper with the
EVMs and the results were on the expected lines. But in Uttar Pradesh,
nobody expected that BJP would get such a huge margin of victory. The
senior bureaucrats of UP, who are usually the first to know the results
in advance, were making preparations to welcome the BSP Government. They
were utterly surprised when the results were announced. I, seeing the
trend of results late in the morning, went to the press and exposed the
EVM fraud. Later on, we also launched nation-wide struggle against the
fraud of EVMs and legal battle to get the VVPAT incorporated with EVMs.
Thus, we are confronting the BJP at every step.

BJP Mischief in
Saharanpur: It is to be understood that we are the only one who are
challenging the RSS agenda of BJP rulers during the past three years. Be
it the death of Rohit Vemula in Hyderabad University, attack against
Dalits in Una of Gujarat, Vyapam scandal of Madya Pradesh or lynching of
Muslims in Dadri, I vehemently opposed and exposed them in the Rajya
Sabha.  Hence, the BJP leaders had been hatching plans to choke our
voice. They are planning to isolate BSP from other communities and limit
us only to Dalits. That is why they managed to create clashes between
Dalits and the Jat community in Saharanpur. They are also able to use a
Dalit organization in their conspiracy. I have clearly understood the
game-plan of BJP behind the Saharanpur clashes. I decided to expose them
in the Parliament. When I gave the notice to speak on the Saharanpur
issue in the Rajya Sabha on July 18, 2017, they were afraid that their
mischief would get exposed and hence they did not allow me to speak.
Even the ministers also joined the chorus to prevent my speech. I went
to the Parliament to give voice to the aspirations of people and find
redresses to their woes. The issue of Sabbirpur in Saharanpur is a very
serious one in which a Dalit was killed, several others were injured and
their houses were burnt. If I am not allowed to do justice to my
aggrieved people and not able to protect them, why should I remain in
the Parliament? BJP people may try to silence me. But I, being
Babasaheb’s daughter and Kanshi Ram Saheb’s disciple, cannot be silenced
by anyone. I decided to resign my Rajya Sabha membership as Babasaheb
Ambedkar did in 1951. I, after quitting the Rajya Sabha seat, have also
decided to tour the whole country to prepare our people and strengthen
our movement in every state. We must put an end to all kinds of
exploitations by forming our government.

Have Faith in the
Success of our Movement: The BJP has become strong not because of its
own strength, but because of the failure of other parties. Presently,
you may be thinking that we can succeed if we join the UPA / Congress
and other parties. These parties are in such pitiable conditions that
they cannot be of any use to us. We must achieve the success on our own
strength without depending on any other party. In fact, only we can
challenge and defeat the casteist, communal and pro-capitalist BJP.
Other than BSP, no other party has got the determination and morality to
challenge BJP. Do not lose your faith in the success of our movement.
Do not lose your heart in the face of odd situations. Our ancestors had
faced much more tough situations, but they did not lose heart. Babasaheb
Ambedkar and Manyawar Kanshi Ramji were neither disappointed nor did
they get discouraged when they faced severe challenges and setbacks.
Look at me. Have you ever seen me disheartened, sad and disappointed?
Every tough situation has made me tougher and made me to move ahead with
greater determination. When I took over the charge of party’s president
post, I had faced toughest time of my life. Our old leaders such as
Phulsingh Barayya and Davuram Ratnakar betrayed the movement by playing
in the hands of other parties. But I was not disappointed. I carried
ahead the movement all alone. I always enjoyed my work. You must also do
your work with great joy. Do not think that success brings us joy. On
the other hand it is the joy that brings us success. We must carry our
struggles with great celebration and bliss. The present situation may
look very critical and depressing. But we can convert this situation to
our advantage by our determination and hard work. Be ready to take over
the challenges. We should never think that ‘why should I work when I
would not be getting any benefit?’ We are already reaping the benefits
of struggles of our ancestors. We must now work for the benefit of our
future generations. If we fail to do our duty, our children will be
forced to become slaves in future.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bahujan_Samaj_Party
The Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) is the third largest national political
party in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. It was formed mainly to
represent Bahujans (literally meaning “People in majority”), referring
to people from the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward
Castes (OBC), as well as religious minorities that together consist of
85 percent of India’s population but still divided into 6000 different
castes.

The party claims to be inspired by the philosophy of
Gautama Buddha,B. R. Ambedkar, Mahatma Jyotiba Phule, Narayana Guru,
Periyar E. V. Ramasamy and Chhatrapati Shahuji Maharaj.It was founded by
Kanshi Ram in 1984, who named his protégée Mayawati as his successor in
2001.

The BSP was the third most voted-for party in the 2014
general election but still failed to win any seats in the 16th Lok
Sabha.The BSP has its main base in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. In
2017 Uttar Pradesh elections, BSP was second largest party in terms of
vote share with over 22% votes despite winning only 19 seats.It has an
elephant as its election symbol.

SC/ST intellectuals supported by
BSP, which is trying to mobilise grassroot SC/STs using local heroes,
histories, myths and legends found a wealth of resources in the oral
history of the regions of [Uttar Pradesh] centering around the 1857
rebellion. The political strategy of the party is to tell and retell the
stories of these heroes, build memorials and organize celebrations
around their stories repeatedly to build a collective memory in the
psyche of the people. The stories are narrated in such a manner that the
SC/s imagine the story of the making of this nation in which they
played a significant role.

Origin of the word Bahujan

The
Pali word “Bahujan” is popularly found in the literature of Buddhist
texts. Gautama Buddha used this word to guide his disciples to work for
the Bahujan Hitay Bahujan Sukhay (tran. Benefit and prosperity of
majority people). The BSP used this slogan extensively to campaign in
her political rallies.

Ideology

The BSP’s primary focus is
on the uplifting of what it sees as the nation’s downtrodden groups.
Its self-proclaimed ideology is “Social Transformation and Economic
Emancipation” of the “Bahujan Samaj”. The “Bahujan Samaj”, to them,
includes the lower-caste groups in India like the Scheduled Castes (SC),
the Scheduled Tribes (ST) and the Other Backward Classes (OBC). It also
includes religious minorities like Sikhs, Muslims, Christians, Parsis
and Buddhists. They see these groups as having been victims of the
“Manuwadi” system for millennia, a system which benefited upper-caste
Hindus only. They hold B.R. Ambedkar, champion of lower-caste rights, as
one of their key icons and ideological inspirations. They also believe
in egalitarianism and hold a strong emphasis on social justice.
Strategy


The Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) was founded on the birth anniversary of
Dr. B. R. Ambedkar (i.e. 14 April 1984) by Kanshi Ram,[17] who named
former schoolteacher Mayawati as his successor in 2001.[18]


Speaking of lesser-known figures from the Indian Rebellion of 1857 who
have been used as Dalit icons by the BSP, such as Chetram Jatav, the
social scientist Badri Narayan Tiwari has noted that

SC/ST
intellectuals supported by BSP, which is trying to mobilise grassroot
SC/STs using local heroes, histories, myths and legends found a wealth
of resources in the oral history of the regions of [Uttar Pradesh]
centering around the 1857 rebellion. The political strategy of the party
is to tell and retell the stories of these heroes, build memorials and
organize celebrations around their stories repeatedly to build a
collective memory in the psyche of the people. The stories are narrated
in such a manner that the SC/STs imagine the story of the making of this
nation in which they played a significant role.

Development


The party’s power grew quickly with seats in the Legislative Assembly
of Uttar Pradesh and the Lok Sabha, the lower house of the Parliament of
India. In 1993, following the assembly elections, Mayawati formed a
coalition with Samajwadi Party President Mulayam Singh Yadav as Chief
Minister. On 2 June 1995, she withdrew support from his government,
which led to a major incident where Yadav was accused of sending his
goons to keep her party legislators hostage at a Lucknow guest house and
shout casteist abuses at her.Since this event, they have regarded each
other publicly as chief rivals.

Mayawati then obtained support
from the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to become Chief Minister on 3 June
1995. In October 1995, the BJP withdrew their support and fresh
elections were called after a period of President’s Rule. In 2003,
Mayawati resigned from her own government to prove that she was not
“hungry for power”and asked the BJP-run Government of India to remove
Union Tourism and Culture Minister, Jagmohan. In 2007, she began leading
a BSP-formed government with an absolute majority for a full five-year
term.

Success in 2007

The results of the May 2007 Uttar
Pradesh state assembly election saw the BSP emerge as a sole majority
party, the first to do so since 1991. Mayawati began her fourth term as
Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh and took her oath of office along with
50 ministers of cabinet and state rank on 13 May 2007, at Rajbhawan in
the state capital of Lucknow.[25] Most importantly, the majority
achieved in large part was due to the party’s ability to take away
majority of upper castes votes from their traditional party, the
BJP.[26]
Flags of “Bahujan Samaj Party” at Shivaji Park, Mumbai.


The party could manage only 80 seats in 2012 as against 206 in 2007
assembly elections. BSP government was the first in the history of Uttar
Pradesh to complete its full five-year term.[27] On 11 July 2012, the
party in a major revamp, replaced Swami Prasad Maurya by Ram Achal
Rajbhar as President of UP Unit.[28]

The 2014 national Lok Sabha
elections saw the BSP become the third-largest national party of India
in terms of vote percentage, having 4.2% of the vote across the country
but gaining no seats.


The
Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) is the third largest national political party
in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.[7] It was formed mainly to
represent Bahujans (literally meaning “People in majority”), referring
to people from the Scheduled Castes,…
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Health Benefits of Aavarampoo


It also helps to regulate the menstrual cycle – Women who experience
pain in lower abdomen and lower during menstruation can drink this
aavarampoo water.

The cooling properties of avarampoo help to
keep the body temperature. It is also a good substitute for caffeinated
drinks such as coffee and tea. It has the ability to balance the sugar
levels in our system.

It treats skin related problems like rashes, sun burns, acnes and many others. It also helps to keep the skin glowing.


During summer or if your body is dehydrated you may have excessive
thirst and painful urination. Drink aavarampoo tea twice or thrice in a
day to treat this problem.

The medicinal properties of aavarampoo
treat diabetes. Add Aavarampoo powder with honey for regular intake to
control Diabetics.

It eases the bowel movement and the urinary system
It’s a good cure for conjunctive eyes
It is widely used in the treatment of kidney malfunction.
It’s a good source of anti oxidants which keeps your skin and body healthy.
Skin Benefits

Keeps the skin glowing and improves the complexion when it is used regularly.


To get a glowing and bright complexion simply blend the dried flowers
with bengal gram flour and also rose water. This face pack is really
perfect for your skin care regime.



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Herbs are used for food, flavoring, medicine, or perfume. some times distinguishes herbs using for spices.
Plant the seeds in gardens or in small pots. It should be keep in sunny
position and well-drained soil. we should keep well watered to the
plant. They should be pruned regularly to encourage bushing.

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Avarampoo | ஆவாரம்பூ | Tanner’s Cassia

Tanner’s Cassia - Senna auriculata tree flowers.
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