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Lesson 4437 Thu 19 May 2022 6. SIX Most Positive Powerful own words from Theravada Tipitaka have to be propagated for the happiness, welfare and peace for all societies. All Judges of the world 🌍 🌎 must direct and pass orders to all religious heads, schools to grow Vegetables 🥦 🥕 🥗 and fruit 🍌 🍎 🍉 plants 🪴 🌱 to overcome hunger the worst kind of illness as said by the Awakened One Buddha.
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Lesson 4437 Thu 19 May 2022

6. SIX

Most Positive Powerful own words from Theravada Tipitaka have to be propagated for the happiness, welfare and peace for all societies. All Judges of the world 🌍 🌎 must direct and pass orders to all religious heads, schools to grow Vegetables 🥦 🥕 🥗 and fruit 🍌 🍎 🍉 plants 🪴 🌱 to overcome hunger the worst kind of illness as said by the Awakened One Buddha.


Case against a 15-year-old boy.

Many people cried when they read the verdict of this American judge ,,,,,,,

This is a fifteen year old boy …. caught while stealing bread in the store. The store’s cupboard also broke when he tried to escape from the guard’s clutches.

* The judge inquired into the crime and asked the boy, “Did you really steal any bread and food?” *

The boy leaned down and answered “yes”; -

Judge: “Why?”

Boy: - “I was hungry so I needed it.”

Judge: “Why can’t you buy it?”

Boy: - “No money.”

Judge: “Could it have been purchased from the family?”

Boy: - “Only mother should be at home. Sick and unemployed.

Judge: “Did you do anything?”

Boy: - “It is customary to wash the car. When I took a day off to take care of my mom, I was fired.

Judge: “Did you not ask anyone for help?”

Boy: - “I left home in the morning and went to about fifty (50) people and asked for help but no help; So, I decided to take this step last.

* When the arguments were over, the judge began to pronounce judgment;

… “Stealing and especially stealing bread from a hungry boy is a very shameful crime and we are all responsible for this crime.”

* Every person in court, including myself, is guilty and guilty, so each person here is fined ten dollars each. No one can get out of here without paying ten dollars ”*

Saying so, the judge took ten dollars from his pocket, took the pen and began to write the name accordingly.

- ‘Also, I will impose a fine of one thousand dollars on the shop for handing over the hungry child to the police.

‘If the fine is not deposited within 24 hours, the court will order the store to be sealed.’ Also, the police will be fined the same amount for filing a lawsuit against the starving boy.

‘The court apologizes to the boy for giving the boy the full amount of the fine.’

Upon hearing the verdict, tears welled up in the eyes of those present in the courtroom, and the boy’s handcuffs were untied. The boy stared back at the judge who came out with tears in his eyes.

* Are our community, organizations and courts ready to make such a decision? *

* The people of that country should be ashamed if they are caught stealing bread by a hungry person.

Hunger is the worst kind of Illness said the Awakened One Buddha
All Sentient and non-sentient except humans have no problem of hunger. They don’t have courts Judges. 👩‍⚖️ All 🧑‍⚖️ 👨‍⚖️ Judges of the world must order people including all religions to grow vegetables in pots and fruit bearing trees all over the world to overcome hunger.


Some in their last quarter consume quarter bottle liquor and have their pre sleep 🛌 on a lounge bed.

Instead better follow

to Attain Eternal Bliss as Final Goal 🥅


The Threefold Refuge, Five Precepts,
Four Noble Truths,
Five Khandhas,
For Groups of Existence, Group of Corporeality (rūpa-khandha),
Four Elements,
Group of Feeling (vedanā-khandha),
of Perception.
Group Of Mental Formations (sankhāra-khandha),
Group Of Consciousness (viññā.na khandha),
Dependent Origination Of Consciousness,
Of Consciousness
On The Four Other Khandhas,
The Three Characteristics Of Existence (ti-lakkha.na),
The Anatta Doctrine,
The Three Warnings,Samsara,

II. The Noble Truth Of The Origin Of Suffering,
The Threefold Craving,
Origin Of Craving,
Dependent Origination Of All Phenomena,
Present Kamma-Results,
Future Kamma-Results,
Kamma As Volition,
Inheritance Of Deeds (Kamma),

III. The Noble Truth Of The Extinction Of Suffering,
Dependent Extinction Of All Phenomena,
The Arahat,
Or Holy One,
The Immutable,
The Noble Truth Of The Path That Leads To The Extinction Of Suffering,
The Noble Eightfold Path,(Ariya-a.t.thangikamagga),
Unprofitable Questions,
Five Fetters (Sa.myojana),
Unwise Considerations,
The Six Views About The Self,
Wise Considerations,
The Sotapanna or `Stream-Enterer’,
The Ten Fetters (Sa.myojana),
The Noble Ones (Ariya-puggala),
Mundane And Supermundane Understanding,
Conjoined With Other Steps,
Free from All Theories,
The Three Characteristics,
Views and Discussions About the Ego,Past, Present and Future,
The Two Extremes (Annihilation and Eternity Belief) and the Middle Doctrine,
Dependent Origination (Pa.ticca-samuppāda),
Rebirth-Producing Kamma,
Cessation of Kamma, Rights Thought (Sammā-sankappa),
Mundane And Supermundane Thought,
Conjoined with Other Factors,
Right Speech (Sammā-vācā),
Abstaining from Lying,
Abstaining from Tale-bearing,
Abstaining from Harsh Language,
Abstaining from Vain Talk,
Mundane and Supermundane Speech,
Conjoined with Other Factors,Right Action (Sammā-kammanta),
Abstaining from Killing,
Abstaining from Stealing,
Abstaining from Unlawful Sexual Intercourse,
Mundane And Supermundane Action,
Conjoined With Other Factors,
Right Livelihood (Sammā-ājiva),
Mundane and Supermundane Right Livelihood,
Conjoined with Other Factors
Right Effort (Sammā-vāyāma),
The Effort to Avoid (Sa.mvara-ppadhāna)The Effort to Overcome (Pahāna-ppadhāna),
Five Methods of Expelling Evil Thoughts,
The Effort to Develop (Bhāvanā-ppadhāna),
The Effort to Maintain (Anurakkha.na-ppadhāna),Right Mindfulness (Sammā-sati),
Contemplation of the Body (kāyānupassanā),
Watching Over In- and Out-Breathing (ānāpāna-sati),
The Four Postures,Mindfulness and Clear Comprehension (sati-sampajañña),
Contemplation of Loathsomeness (pa.tikūla-saññā),
Analysts of Four Elements (dhātu),
Cemetery Meditations,
Assured Of Ten Blessings,
Six `Psychical Powers’ (Abhiññā),
Contemplation of the Feelings
Contemplation of the Mind (cittānupassanā),
Contemplation of the Mind-Objects (dhammānupassanā),
The Five Hindrances (niivara.na),
The Five Groups of Existence (khandha),The Sense-Bases (āyatana),
The Seven Elements of Enlightenment (bojjhanga),
The Four Noble Truths (ariya-sacca),
Nibbāna Through ānāpāna-Sati,
Right Concentration (Sammā-samādhi),
Its Objects,Its Requisites,
Its Development,The Four Absorptions (jhāna),
Gradual Development of the Eightfold Path in the Progress of the Disciple
Confidence and Right Thought
(Second Factor),
(Third, Fourth,
Fifth Factor),Control of the Senses (Sixth Factor),
Mindfulness and Clear Comprehension (Seventh Factor),
Absence of the Five Hindrances i(niivara.na),
The Absorptions
(Eighth Factor),Insight (vipassanā)
(First Factor),
The Silent Thinker,
The True Goal,

ದಿ ಲಾಸ್ಟ್ ಲೆಗ್

ಅವರ ಕೊನೆಯ ತ್ರೈಮಾಸಿಕದಲ್ಲಿ ಕೆಲವರು ಕ್ವಾರ್ಟರ್ ಬಾಟಲ್ ಮದ್ಯವನ್ನು ಸೇವಿಸುತ್ತಾರೆ ಮತ್ತು ಅವರ ಪೂರ್ವ ನಿದ್ರಾವಸ್ಥೆಯನ್ನು ಲಾಂಜ್ ಹಾಸಿಗೆಯ ಮೇಲೆ ಇರುತ್ತಾರೆ.

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ಅಂತಿಮ ಗುರಿಯಾಗಿ ಶಾಶ್ವತ ಆನಂದವನ್ನು ಸಾಧಿಸಲು


ಮೂರು ಪಟ್ಟು ಆಶ್ರಯ, ಐದು ನಿಯಮಗಳು,
ನಾಲ್ಕು ಉದಾತ್ತ ಸತ್ಯಗಳು,
ಐದು ಖಂಡಗಳು,
ಅಸ್ತಿತ್ವದ ಗುಂಪುಗಳಿಗೆ, ಕಾರ್ಪೋರಿಯಾಲಿಟಿಯ ಗುಂಪು (ರೂಪ-ಖಂಡ),
ನಾಲ್ಕು ಅಂಶಗಳು,
ಭಾವನೆಯ ಗುಂಪು (ವೇದನಾ-ಖಂಡ),
ಮಾನಸಿಕ ರಚನೆಗಳ ಗುಂಪು (ಸಂಖಾರ-ಖಂಡ),
ಪ್ರಜ್ಞೆಯ ಗುಂಪು (viññā.na kanda),
ಪ್ರಜ್ಞೆಯ ಅವಲಂಬಿತ ಮೂಲ,
ಇತರ ನಾಲ್ಕು ಖಂಡಗಳ ಮೇಲೆ,
ಅಸ್ತಿತ್ವದ ಮೂರು ಗುಣಲಕ್ಷಣಗಳು (ti-lakkha.na),
ಅನತ್ತಾ ಸಿದ್ಧಾಂತ,
ಮೂರು ಎಚ್ಚರಿಕೆಗಳು, ಸಂಸಾರ,

II. ದುಃಖದ ಮೂಲದ ಉದಾತ್ತ ಸತ್ಯ,
ಮೂರು ಪಟ್ಟು ಕಡುಬಯಕೆ,
ಕಡುಬಯಕೆಯ ಮೂಲ,
ಎಲ್ಲಾ ವಿದ್ಯಮಾನಗಳ ಅವಲಂಬಿತ ಮೂಲ,
ಪ್ರಸ್ತುತ ಕಮ್ಮ-ಫಲಿತಾಂಶಗಳು,
ಭವಿಷ್ಯದ ಕಮ್ಮ-ಫಲಿತಾಂಶಗಳು,
ಕಮ್ಮ ಇಚ್ಛೆಯಂತೆ,
ಕಾರ್ಯಗಳ ಉತ್ತರಾಧಿಕಾರ (ಕಮ್ಮ),

III. ದುಃಖದ ಅಳಿವಿನ ಉದಾತ್ತ ಸತ್ಯ,
ಎಲ್ಲಾ ವಿದ್ಯಮಾನಗಳ ಅವಲಂಬಿತ ಅಳಿವು,
ಅಥವಾ ಪವಿತ್ರ,
ದುಃಖದ ವಿನಾಶಕ್ಕೆ ಕಾರಣವಾಗುವ ಮಾರ್ಗದ ಉದಾತ್ತ ಸತ್ಯ,
ಉದಾತ್ತ ಎಂಟು ಪಟ್ಟು ಮಾರ್ಗ,(ಅರಿಯ-ಎ.ಟಿ.ತಂಗಿಕಮಗ್ಗ),
ಲಾಭದಾಯಕವಲ್ಲದ ಪ್ರಶ್ನೆಗಳು,
ಐದು ಫೆಟರ್‌ಗಳು (ಸ.ಮಯೋಜನ),
ಅವಿವೇಕದ ಪರಿಗಣನೆಗಳು,
ಸ್ವಯಂ ಬಗ್ಗೆ ಆರು ವೀಕ್ಷಣೆಗಳು,
ಬುದ್ಧಿವಂತ ಪರಿಗಣನೆಗಳು,
ಸೋತಪನ್ನ ಅಥವಾ `ಸ್ಟ್ರೀಮ್-ಎಂಟರ್’,
ಹತ್ತು ಫೆಟರ್ಸ್ (ಸ.ಮಯೋಜನ),
ಶ್ರೇಷ್ಠರು (ಅರಿಯ-ಪುಗ್ಗಲ),
ಲೌಕಿಕ ಮತ್ತು ಅತೀಂದ್ರಿಯ ತಿಳುವಳಿಕೆ,
ಇತರ ಹಂತಗಳೊಂದಿಗೆ ಸಂಯೋಜಿಸಲಾಗಿದೆ,
ಎಲ್ಲಾ ಸಿದ್ಧಾಂತಗಳಿಂದ ಮುಕ್ತ,
ಮೂರು ಗುಣಲಕ್ಷಣಗಳು,
ಅಹಂ, ಭೂತ, ವರ್ತಮಾನ ಮತ್ತು ಭವಿಷ್ಯದ ಬಗ್ಗೆ ವೀಕ್ಷಣೆಗಳು ಮತ್ತು ಚರ್ಚೆಗಳು,
ಎರಡು ವಿಪರೀತಗಳು (ವಿನಾಶ ಮತ್ತು ಶಾಶ್ವತತೆಯ ನಂಬಿಕೆ) ಮತ್ತು ಮಧ್ಯಮ ಸಿದ್ಧಾಂತ,
ಅವಲಂಬಿತ ಮೂಲ (Pa.ticca-samuppāda),
ಪುನರ್ಜನ್ಮ-ಉತ್ಪಾದಿಸುವ ಕಮ್ಮ,
ಕಮ್ಮನ ನಿಲುಗಡೆ, ಹಕ್ಕುಗಳ ಚಿಂತನೆ (ಸಮ್ಮಾ-ಸಂಕಪ್ಪ),
ಲೌಕಿಕ ಮತ್ತು ಅತೀಂದ್ರಿಯ ಚಿಂತನೆ,
ಇತರ ಅಂಶಗಳೊಂದಿಗೆ ಸಂಯೋಜಿತ,
ಸರಿಯಾದ ಮಾತು (ಸಮ್ಮಾ-ವಾಚ),
ಸುಳ್ಳಿನಿಂದ ದೂರವಿರುವುದು,
ಟೇಲ್ ಬೇರಿಂಗ್ ನಿಂದ ದೂರವಿರುವುದು,
ಕಠೋರ ಭಾಷೆಯಿಂದ ದೂರವಿರುವುದು,
ವ್ಯರ್ಥ ಮಾತುಗಳಿಂದ ದೂರವಿರುವುದು,
ಲೌಕಿಕ ಮತ್ತು ಅತೀಂದ್ರಿಯ ಮಾತು,
ಇತರ ಅಂಶಗಳೊಂದಿಗೆ ಸಂಯೋಜಿತ, ಸರಿಯಾದ ಕ್ರಮ (ಸಮ್ಮಾ-ಕಮ್ಮಂತ),
ಕೊಲ್ಲುವಿಕೆಯಿಂದ ದೂರವಿರುವುದು,
ಕಳ್ಳತನದಿಂದ ದೂರವಿರುವುದು,
ಕಾನೂನುಬಾಹಿರ ಲೈಂಗಿಕ ಸಂಭೋಗದಿಂದ ದೂರವಿರುವುದು,
ಲೌಕಿಕ ಮತ್ತು ಅತೀಂದ್ರಿಯ ಕ್ರಿಯೆ,
ಇತರ ಅಂಶಗಳೊಂದಿಗೆ ಸಂಯೋಜಿತ,
ಸರಿಯಾದ ಜೀವನೋಪಾಯ (ಸಮ್ಮಾ-ಆಜೀವ),
ಲೌಕಿಕ ಮತ್ತು ಅತಿಲೌಕಿಕ ಸರಿಯಾದ ಜೀವನೋಪಾಯ,
ಇತರ ಅಂಶಗಳೊಂದಿಗೆ ಸಂಯೋಜಿತವಾಗಿದೆ
ಸರಿಯಾದ ಪ್ರಯತ್ನ (ಸಮ್ಮಾ-ವಾಯಮ),
ತಪ್ಪಿಸುವ ಪ್ರಯತ್ನ (ಸಾ.ಮವಾರ-ಪದ್ಧನ) ಜಯಿಸುವ ಪ್ರಯತ್ನ (ಪಹನ-ಪಧಾನ),
ದುಷ್ಟ ಆಲೋಚನೆಗಳನ್ನು ಹೊರಹಾಕುವ ಐದು ವಿಧಾನಗಳು,
ಅಭಿವೃದ್ಧಿಯ ಪ್ರಯತ್ನ (ಭಾವನಾ-ಪಧಾನ),
ಕಾಯ್ದುಕೊಳ್ಳುವ ಪ್ರಯತ್ನ (ಅನುರಕ್ಖ.ನಾ-ಪಧಾನ),ಸರಿಯಾದ ಮೈಂಡ್‌ಫುಲ್‌ನೆಸ್ (ಸಮ್ಮಾ-ಸತಿ),
ದೇಹದ ಚಿಂತನೆ (ಕಾಯಾನುಪಸ್ಸನಾ),
ಒಳ-ಹೊರ-ಉಸಿರಾಟವನ್ನು ವೀಕ್ಷಿಸುವುದು (ಆನಾಪಾನ-ಸತಿ),
ನಾಲ್ಕು ಭಂಗಿಗಳು, ಮೈಂಡ್‌ಫುಲ್‌ನೆಸ್ ಮತ್ತು ಸ್ಪಷ್ಟ ಗ್ರಹಿಕೆ (ಸತಿ-ಸಂಪಜಾನ),
ಅಸಹ್ಯತೆಯ ಚಿಂತನೆ (pa.tikūla-sañā),
ನಾಲ್ಕು ಅಂಶಗಳ ವಿಶ್ಲೇಷಕರು (ಧಾತು),
ಸ್ಮಶಾನ ಧ್ಯಾನಗಳು,
ಹತ್ತು ಆಶೀರ್ವಾದಗಳ ಭರವಸೆ,
ಆರು `ಮಾನಸಿಕ ಶಕ್ತಿಗಳು’ (ಅಭಿಜ್ಞಾ),
ಭಾವನೆಗಳ ಚಿಂತನೆ
ಮನಸ್ಸಿನ ಚಿಂತನೆ (ಸಿತ್ತಾನುಪಸ್ಸನಾ),
ಮನಸ್ಸು-ವಸ್ತುಗಳ ಚಿಂತನೆ (ಧಮ್ಮಾನುಪಸ್ಸನಾ),
ಐದು ಅಡಚಣೆಗಳು (niivara.na),
ಅಸ್ತಿತ್ವದ ಐದು ಗುಂಪುಗಳು (ಖಂಡ), ಇಂದ್ರಿಯ ನೆಲೆಗಳು (ಆಯಾತನ),
ಜ್ಞಾನೋದಯದ ಏಳು ಅಂಶಗಳು (ಬೊಜ್ಜಂಗ),
ನಾಲ್ಕು ಉದಾತ್ತ ಸತ್ಯಗಳು (ಅರಿಯಾ-ಸಕ್ಕ),
ಆನಾಪಾನ-ಸತಿಯ ಮೂಲಕ ನಿಬ್ಬಾಣ,
ಸರಿಯಾದ ಏಕಾಗ್ರತೆ (ಸಮ್ಮಾ-ಸಮಾಧಿ),
ಅದರ ವಸ್ತುಗಳು, ಅದರ ಅವಶ್ಯಕತೆಗಳು,
ಇದರ ಅಭಿವೃದ್ಧಿ, ನಾಲ್ಕು ಹೀರಿಕೊಳ್ಳುವಿಕೆಗಳು (ಜ್ಞಾನ),
ಶಿಷ್ಯನ ಪ್ರಗತಿಯಲ್ಲಿ ಎಂಟು ಪಟ್ಟು ಕ್ರಮೇಣ ಬೆಳವಣಿಗೆ
ಆತ್ಮವಿಶ್ವಾಸ ಮತ್ತು ಸರಿಯಾದ ಚಿಂತನೆ
(ಎರಡನೇ ಅಂಶ),
(ಮೂರನೇ, ನಾಲ್ಕನೇ,
ಐದನೇ ಅಂಶ), ಇಂದ್ರಿಯಗಳ ನಿಯಂತ್ರಣ (ಆರನೇ ಅಂಶ),
ಮೈಂಡ್‌ಫುಲ್‌ನೆಸ್ ಮತ್ತು ಕ್ಲಿಯರ್ ಕಾಂಪ್ರಹೆನ್ಷನ್ (ಏಳನೇ ಅಂಶ),
ಐದು ಅಡಚಣೆಗಳ ಅನುಪಸ್ಥಿತಿ i(niivara.na),
(ಎಂಟನೇ ಅಂಶ), ಒಳನೋಟ (ವಿಪಸ್ಸನಾ)
(ಮೊದಲ ಅಂಶ),
ಮೌನ ಚಿಂತಕ,
ನಿಜವಾದ ಗುರಿ,


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The BJP has a simple majority in only 10 of the 29 state assemblies
On the other hand: -
0 places in Sikkim
0 seats in Mizoram
4 places in Tamil Nadu.
They have seats: -
175 out of 4 in Andhra Pradesh
1 in 140 in Kerala
3 out of 117 in Punjab
3 out of 294 in Bengal
5 out of 119 in Telangana
8 out of 70 in Delhi
147 out of 10 in Orissa
60 to 12 in Nagaland

In BJP-ruled states, the BJP’s seat status
2 out of 60 in Meghalaya
243 to 53 in Bihar
25 out of 87 in J&K
13 of the 40 locations in Goa.

Out of a total of 4139 assembly constituencies in the country, the BJP has 1520 seats, of which 950 are from 6 states including Gujarat, Maharashtra, Karnataka, UP, MP and Rajasthan.
The meaning is clear … there is no BJP wave or storm, in fact, the BJP has failed in 66% of the country.

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29 மாநில சட்டசபைகளில் 10ல் மட்டுமே பாஜக தனிப்பெரும்பான்மை பெற்றுள்ளது
சிக்கிமில் 0 இடங்கள்
மிசோரமில் 0 இடங்கள்
தமிழகத்தில் 4 இடங்கள்.
அவர்களுக்கு இருக்கைகள் உள்ளன: -
ஆந்திரப் பிரதேசத்தில் 4 இல் 175
கேரளாவில் 140ல் 1
பஞ்சாபில் 117 இல் 3
வங்காளத்தில் 294 இல் 3
தெலுங்கானாவில் 119 இல் 5
டெல்லியில் 70க்கு 8 பேர்
ஒரிசாவில் 10க்கு 147
நாகாலாந்தில் 60 முதல் 12 வரை

பா.ஜ., ஆளும் மாநிலங்களில், பா.ஜ.,வின் தொகுதி நிலை
மேகாலயாவில் 60க்கு 2 பேர்
பீகாரில் 243 முதல் 53 வரை
J&K இல் 87 இல் 25
கோவாவில் உள்ள 40 இடங்களில் 13 இடங்கள்.

நாட்டில் மொத்தமுள்ள 4139 சட்டமன்ற தொகுதிகளில் பாஜக 1520 இடங்களைக் கொண்டுள்ளது, இதில் குஜராத், மகாராஷ்டிரா, கர்நாடகா, உ.பி., ம.பி., ராஜஸ்தான் உள்ளிட்ட 6 மாநிலங்களில் இருந்து 950 இடங்கள் உள்ளன.
அர்த்தம் தெளிவாக உள்ளது… பாஜக அலையோ புயலோ இல்லை, உண்மையில் 66% நாட்டில் பாஜக தோல்வியடைந்துள்ளது.

பகுஜன் சமாஜ் கட்சி அல்லாத அனைத்து கட்சிகளின் இந்த உண்மையை அம்பலப்படுத்த இந்த பதிவை முடிந்தவரை பகிரவும்

பேஸ்புக், ட்விட்டர் போன்ற சமூக ஊடகங்கள் உட்பட எந்த பெரிய சேனலோ அல்லது ஊடகமோ இந்த உண்மையைச் சொல்லாது.
0.1% வெளிநாட்டினர் 🦵 பெனே இஸ்ரேல், திபெத், ஆப்பிரிக்கா, மேற்கு ஐரோப்பா, மேற்கு ஜெர்மனி, தெற்கு ரஷ்யா, கிழக்கு ஐரோப்பா, ஹங்கேரி ஆகிய நாடுகளில் இருந்து வெளியேற்றப்பட்டாலும், சித்பவன் பிராமணக் கட்சிகள் மாஸ்டர் கீயை உறிஞ்சும் மோசடி EVMகளை சேதப்படுத்துகின்றன. 99.9% அனைத்து விழித்தெழுந்த பழங்குடியின சமூகங்களும் இந்த உண்மையை அறிந்துள்ளன. ஜனநாயக நிறுவனங்களின் பைத்தியக்காரத்தனமான அனைவருக்கும் இலவசம், அவர்களின் மாயை, முட்டாள்தனம், சகிப்பின்மை, வன்முறை, போர்க்குணம், பயங்கரவாதம், வெறுப்பு, கோபம், பொறாமை நடைமுறைகளுக்காக மனநல புகலிடங்களுக்கு அனுப்பப்படுவார்கள். அனைவருக்கும் என்பது கபில் சிபலின் முழக்கம்.

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FREE-FOR-ALL என்பதன் அர்த்தம், வருபவர்கள் அனைவருக்கும் திறந்திருக்கும் & பொதுவாக விதிகள் இல்லாத சண்டை: சண்டை; மேலும் : அனைவருக்கும் இலவசம் போன்ற ஒரு குழப்பமான சூழ்நிலை, குறிப்பாக விதிகள் அல்லது கட்டமைப்பு இல்லாதது. நாடு முழுவதும் விளம்பரப் போர்டுகளில் அனைவருக்கும் இலவசம் என்று மோடி இப்படித்தான் பயன்படுத்தினார்.

மக்கள் உண்மையை அறிய இதை அனுப்புங்கள். நாட்டின் குழந்தைகளின் எதிர்காலம் கேள்விக்குறியாகி விடக்கூடாது.


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Dr B.R.Ambedkar thundered “Main Bharat Baudhmay karunga.” (I will make this country Buddhist)
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Caste and Democracy in India: A Perspective from Below 8121212243, 9788121212243
This book makes two claims about Jati (caste) and democracy in India. First, Social Scientists have only partially under

Table of contents :
1 Caste and Hindu Social Order: Some Pedagogic Issues
2 Caste: Views from the Field
3 Caste: Views of Ambedkar and Lohia
4 Epistemology of Caste Based Social Exclusion
5 Caste and Politics of Reservation
6 Untouchability in Uttarakhand: Views from the Field
7 Caste Mobilisation in Uttar Pradesh: A Survey of 2002 Assembly Elections
8 Politics of Change: A Case of Uttar Pradesh
9 Strengthening of Indian Democracy: BSP’s Experiment in Uttar Pradesh
10 Celebrating Birthday for ‘Swabhiman’ A Perspective from Below
11 Understanding Patterns of Mobilisation: A Case of BSP
12 Problems of Youth in Era of Globalisation
13 Violence and Youth: An Independent Agenda for Youth
14 Dalit Youths: Construction of Different Personality
15 Democracy and Self-Representation
16 Representation of Marginalised Sections and Indian Political Parties
17 Indian Democracy and Personality Cult
18 Presidential Election in World’s Largest Democracy: The Issue of Representation
19 Saffronisation in Democracy
20 How Representative are Social Sciences in India?
21 Literature and Self Representation: A Case of Dalits
22 Social Development and Planning in Developing Countries
23 Caste Development and Corruption
24 Cultural Heterogeneity and Exclusion in India
25 The Reformist Role of Buddhism: Dalits and Their Development
List of Acknowledgements


SC, ST, OBC representation in Indian education is dismal, upper-caste nexus persists
Campus Voice is an initiative by ThePrint where young Indians get an opportunity to express their opinions on a prevalent issue.

On 19 March 2021, a five-judge Constitution bench headed by Justice Ashok Bhushan asked for how many generations would reservations in jobs and education continue.

Just two weeks back, one of my batchmates, who was an SC, left IIT Gandhinagar because he felt discriminated against on various levels. The exclusionary and discriminatory system forced him to leave the college and impacted his mental health. And this incident has left me angry, irritated, depressed and anxious.

This is true for almost every institution in India. On a daily basis, students from SC, ST, and OBC communities face discrimination in these educational places on various levels. The caste and class hegemony in the educational, political, social, and economical spaces by the upper-caste is prominent across the country. Even after controlling most of the spaces and resources of the country, this Supreme Court statement about reservation is quite funny and ironical.

From an undergraduate student in Delhi University to a Masters student at IIT Gandhinagar, my experience has taught me that these educational spaces are casteist and elitist, and are controlled by upper castes. These places are more casteist than my village in Bihar.

SC, ST, OBC data from educational institutions

Even 12 years after the implementation of OBC reservation for faculty members, there is not a single professor from the community in most of the 40 central universities in India.

According to data presented by Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank in the Rajya Sabha, in Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Bengaluru, only 2.1 per cent candidates admitted to the PhD programmes were from the ST category, 9 per cent were from SC and 8 per cent from OBC categories from 2016-2020. And it was the same for integrated PhD programmes: 9 per cent of the total admitted candidates were from SC category, 1.2 per cent from ST and 5 per cent from OBC categories.

In the 17 Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs), 1.7 per cent of total PhD candidates were from ST category, 9 per cent from SC and 27.4 per cent from OBC. These trends are similar or even worse in other institutes like NITs and IISERs.

Even after getting admission, it is challenging for students from the reserved category to continue the course. If you see the dropout trends from these premium educational institutions, the majority of the students will be from SC/ST/OBC categories.

In 2019, Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank, in a written reply to the Parliament, said that 48 per cent of students dropping out of the IITs and over 62.6 per cent from IIMs are from the SC, ST and OBC categories.

If we look at faculty data in these institutions from reserved categories, the representation is minuscule. According to data by the education ministry, presented in 2019 in Lok Sabha, out of 6,043 faculty members at the 23 IITs, 149 were SCs and 21 were STs — they made up less than 3 per cent of the total number of faculty members.

Most of the IITs do not have a single professor from the SC/ST community.

The educational system is captured by the upper caste in such a way that it is very difficult for people from reserved categories to invade and make their space.

Nexus of upper-caste domination and hierarchy

Editors and series editors of reputed journals and big publishing houses, professors, vice-chancellors, director, deans, non-teaching staff — the gatekeepers of the caste system are everywhere to stop the growth of SCs, STs and OBCs.

The exclusionary policies in these educational spaces lead the reserved category students to drop out of the educational institutes. The discrimination is so systemic and institutionalised that it is tough for students from reserved categories to survive and continue their academic passion.

As Vivek Kumar, professor of sociology at the Centre for the Study of Social System, School of Social Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University, pointed out in an article, upper caste networks dominate and sustain a hegemony in the discipline of sociology in India.

He analysed the domination of upper caste in this discipline in universities, institutions and colleges, and as producers of knowledge by authors of books.

A similar analysis can be made for other disciplines like history, anthropology, literature
and many more.

For instance, if look at subaltern studies, most of the academicians who have made a niche for themselves are upper caste.

If we analyse these things through the lens of Edward W. Said’s seminal book Orientalism, we can understand more about the discourse relating to upper caste vs the other caste in India, just like the debate of elite vs non-elite and occidentals vs orients.

Rahul Kumar is a student of IIT Gandhinagar, Gujarat


Disproportionate representation at the Supreme Court: A perspective based on Caste and Religion of judges

A recent observation made by former Chief Justice of India SA Bobde regarding women refusing judgeship due to domestic responsibilities launched debates across the country on disproportionate representation at the highest level of the judiciary.

While much ink has recently been spilled on gender biases when it comes to appointing judges, there is a need to highlight disproportionate representation at the Supreme Court on the lines of caste and religion. Here is an analysis from this perspective.

What the Constitution says
As per Article 124 of the Constitution, any citizen of India below 65 years age who has been:

a judge of one High Court or more (continuously), for at least five years, or

an advocate there, for at least ten years, or

a distinguished jurist, in the opinion of the President, is eligible to be recommended for appointment, a judge of the Supreme Court.

The criteria to be appointed as a Supreme Court judge are citizenship, age and work experience in law.

Regarding the essential requirements of experience in law, citizenship and age there are three interesting facts:

Earlier, officers from the Indian Civil Services (ICS), active till 1947, could also be appointed as Supreme Court judges. At least 6 judges were officers of ICS – Justices SK Das, KN Wanchoo, KC Das Gupta, R Dayal, V Ramaswami and V Bhargava. Justice AK Mukherjea had also served as an ICS officer, but had resigned and become a barrister. Interestingly, there was no requirement for them to be even trained in law. Justice SK Das (who served from April 30, 1956 to September 3, 1963) was a member of the ICS and had no degree in law. Justice Wanchoo in fact served as Chief Justice of India from 1967-68.

At least 9 Supreme Court judges were not born in today’s India. Justices JL Kapur, SM Sikri and ID Dua were born in modern day Pakistan. Justice Jaswant Singh was born in today’s Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (POK). Justices AN Grover, AP Sen and MP Thakkar were born in Burma. Justices AK Sarkar and KC Das Gupta were born in today’s Bangladesh.

Using another Constitutional provision, a few Supreme Court judges conducted proceedings even after retirement.

Thus, these constitutional requirements for appointing judges have been broadly followed with a few additional factors.

What the Constitution does not say
The Constitution is silent on any other preferred eligibility criteria which is to be used while appointing a judge amongst the group of people who fulfil the essential criteria. There is a big pool of citizens who fulfil these essential criteria. A question thus arises: what is the process and what are the ‘undeclared factors’ taken into consideration while picking a candidate from amongst this big lot?

For the purposes of this piece, let me bifurcate these ‘undeclared factors’ into ‘known’ and ‘known but hidden’ factors.

The known undeclared factors include criteria such as age, seniority, merit, integrity and good health etc. The ‘known but hidden’ criteria include caste, class, family background, representation from a legal/judicial dynasty, political connections, religion, regional representation etc. Gender was not even a factor till recently.

In this piece, our focus is solely on two amongst these ‘known but hidden’ facts - Caste and Religion - and the intersection between them.

Caste – Brahmanical dominance
Till date, 247 judges have been appointed to the Supreme Court. The maximum strength of judges initially was 8, which has now been stretched to 34. As on the date of penning this piece, 27 amongst these 247 judges are currently sitting.

Brahmins have dominated judgeship at the highest level
Traditionally and conventionally, Brahmins have dominated judgeship at the highest level. Let us see the data since independence to substantiate this. When we adopted the Constitution and attained independence, Justice HJ Kania became the CJI and 5 other Federal Court judges became judges of the Supreme Court. These were – Justices MP Sastri, S Fazl Ali, MC Mahajan, BK Mukherjea and SR Das. As the Federal Court always had a ‘Muslim seat’, this requirement was met by appointing Justice Fazl Ali. So, we had all upper-caste Hindus and 1 Muslim judge. Out of these, two were Brahmins (Sastri and Mukherjea JJ). So 2 out of the initial 6 judges were Brahmins i.e. 33.33%. The first appointment after this was Justice N Chandrasekhara Aiyar, who took the number to 3. So 3 out of 7 meant 42.85% judges were Brahmins.

What this showed was that a fixed undeclared percentage quota was reserved for Brahmins at the Supreme Court. This undeclared quota for Brahmins has been maintained till date.

Out of 47 Chief Justices of India till date, at least 14 have been Brahmins
With the untimely death of Justice Kania, the entire Supreme Court threatened to resign. Justice Patanjali Sastri, who took over as CJI, appointed Justice TL Venkatarama Ayyar as a Supreme Court judge, thus maintaining the power equilibrium and representation of Brahmins. The impact has been that out of 47 Chief Justices of India till date, at least 13 have been Brahmins (Justices Sastri, BK Mukherjea, PB Gajendragadkar, KN Wanchoo, AN Ray, YV Chandrachud, RS Pathak, ES Venkataramaiah, Sabyasachi Mukherjee, Ranganath Misra, MN Venkatachaliah, Dipak Misra and SA Bobde). This constitutes roughly 27.6% of the CJIs we have had so far. By the time the 50th CJI is appointed, we will have had at least 15 Brahmin CJIs. The percentage of Brahmin Chief Justices will be around 30% then.

By the time the 50th CJI is appointed, we will have had at least 16 Brahmin CJIs. The percentage of Brahmin Chief Justices will be around 32% then.
From 1950-1970, the maximum strength of the Supreme Court was 14 judges after an amendment. This era saw a tremendous increase in the number of Brahmin judges. The appointees were – Justice B Jagannadhadas, TL Venkatarama Ayyar, PB Gajendragadkar, KN Wanchoo, N Rajagopala Ayyangar, JR Mudholkar, V Ramaswami, JM Shelat, V Bhargava, CA Vaidialingam and AN Ray.

From 1971-1989, the number saw a further increase. During this period, Justices DG Palekar, SN Dwivedi, AK Mukherjea, YV Chandrachud, VR Krishna Iyer, PK Goswami, VD Tulzapurkar, DA Desai, RS Pathak, ES Venkataramaiah, RB Misra, Sabyasachi Mukherjee, RN Misra, GL Oza, LM Sharma, MN Venkatachaliah, S Ranganathan and DN Ojha were appointed. They were all Brahmins. Of course, other upper caste candidates were also appointed, but no single caste had such high representation.

In 1988, there were 17 judges at the Supreme Court and 9 of them were Brahmins (Justices RS Pathak, ES Venkataramaiah, S Mukharji, RN Misra, GL Oza, LM Sharma, MNR Venkatachaliah, S Ranganathan and DN Ojha). This gave the Supreme Court more than 50% Brahmin representation.

Needless to say, this has happened on multiple occasions. It is only after this, that it was perhaps realized that Brahmins are over-represented and the next few appointees after Justice DN Ojha were non-Brahmins. The reason behind this was perhaps also that the Law Ministers in 1988 and 1989 were B Shankaranand and P Shiv Shankar, who belonged to the Scheduled Caste (SC) and Other Backward Classes (OBC) community respectively. Despite this, by the end of 1989, 7 out of 25 judges were Brahmins (28%).

Please note that till 1980, there was no judge from the OBC or SC community. While Brahmins maintained the highest representation for judgeship at the apex level, many castes still await representation. For example, the Gurjar community has had only Justice BS Chauhan as a judge of the apex court till date. It is important to note that the number of offers made and the zone of consideration to be appointed as a judge of the Supreme Court to sitting Brahmin judges at High Courts was perhaps even higher. Many would have declined due to various reasons.

Note that till 1980, there was no judge from the OBC or SC community.
Coming to Scheduled Castes, the first appointment from the SC community as a judge of the Supreme Court came only in 1980 (Justice A Vardarajan). This was 30 years after achieving independence! Two months after he retired, Justice BC Ray of the same community ‘replaced’ him. Perhaps this is when the undeclared representation of one judge from the SC community started. Justice KG Balakrishnan became the first Chief Justice of India from the SC community. Justice BR Gavai is set to be a future CJI from the SC community. However, the application of this 1 seat representation has been highly irregular.



Similarly, till 1980, there was no representation from OBC. The first judge appointed from the OBC community was Justice SR Pandian. The second was Justice KN Saikia (Ahom community). Justices KS Hegde (1967) and AN Alagiriswami (1972) were members of castes which were later designated as OBCs.

Let us now examine the position of Brahmin judges from 2004. I am taking the sample of 2004-2014 and from 2014 onwards till date. Why so? It is not arcane knowledge that political inclinations at the Centre are important for elevation. Eg - Justice MN Chandurkar, Chief Justice of the Madras High Court, was stopped from coming to the Supreme Court by Prime Minister Indira Gandhi merely because he had attended the funeral of (and eulogized) RSS leader MS Golwalkar, who had been a friend of his father. He was thus found ideologically unsustainable.

The argument I am trying to make here is that irrespective of the political ruling establishment, the average 30-40% quota for Brahmins at the Supreme Court has remained constant.

Amongst the current 27 judges, at least the following are Brahmins: Justices UU Lalit, DY Chandrachud, SK Kaul, Indira Banerjee and V Ramasubramanian. Two amongst these are set to be Chief Justices in 2022. Three judges are Kayasthas – Justices Ashok Bhushan, Navin Sinha and Krishna Murari. At least 5 judges are Baniyas/Vaishyas – Justices MR Shah, Hemant Gupta, Vineet Saran, Ajay Rastogi and Dinesh Maheshwari.

The following judges have been appointed since May 2014, when the current ruling establishment was elected:



Please excuse me for not knowing castes of all judges.

An analysis of this would show that a total of 35 Supreme Court judges have been appointed since May 2014. 8 of these judges have superannuated. 27 are currently serving. CJI NV Ramana will be the only serving judge after April 23, 2021 who has not been appointed during the tenure of the current ruling establishment. Out of these 35 judges, there are 3 women judges, the highest so far. 1 Muslim, 1 Christian, 1 Parsi and 1 Scheduled Caste judge have been appointed.

Now compare this to at least 9 appointees who belong to the Brahmin caste out of this 35. This constitutes around 26% of the appointees. 7 judges belong to Baniya/Vaishya caste from the Hindu religion constituting 20% of judges. 3 are Kayasthas constituting 8.5% judges. A simple calculation makes it abundantly clear that over 50% of the judges are upper caste Hindus.

Let us compare this data with the previous ruling establishment of UPA from 2004-2014.


Please excuse me for not knowing castes of all judges.

Out of 52 appointees in this period, at least 16 judges were Brahmin Hindus, which is 30.76% of the appointees. 5 judges were Baniya/Vaishya, 3 were Kayasthas and at least 2 were Thakur/Rajputs. This roughly takes us again to minimum 50% undeclared quota for upper caste Hindus. It is interesting to note that the percentage of appointees from the Baniya/Vaishya caste has increased during the current ruling establishment.

As on date, the Collegium of 5 judges has 3 judges belonging to the Brahmin caste. Even after subsequent retirements, the Collegium will have a decent number of Brahmin judges in the future.

Also read:
Entry of Justice DY Chandrachud and future changes to the composition of the Supreme Collegium
Compare this data with the percentage population of Brahmins in the country and you’ll find why I have mentioned this. There has been no judge from the Scheduled Tribes (ST) community in the Supreme Court till date. Moreover, there is no official record maintained regarding the number of judges belonging to the SC and ST communities.

There has been no judge from the Scheduled Tribes (ST) community in the Supreme Court till date.
Let us now see the religious angle to appointments. At least one seat was reserved for a Muslim judge in an undeclared manner at the Federal Court. After Justice Fazl Ali, the next appointee was Justice Ghulam Hasan.

In 1958, the Supreme Court had two Muslim judges - Justice M Hidayatullah (1958-70) and Justice Syed Jaffer Imam (1955-64), who was already a sitting judge. In 1968, Justice Hidayatullah (1968-70) was appointed as the first Muslim Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.

After Justice Hidayatullah’s retirement, the Muslim seat was filled by Justice MH Beg (1971-78). Later, Justice Beg (1977-78) superseded Justice HR Khanna and became the second Muslim Chief Justice of India. Justice AM Ahmadi (1988-97) served on the Court for nine years. In 1994, he became the third Muslim Chief Justice of India.

During Justice AM Ahmadi’s tenure as CJI, Justice M Fathima Beevi (1989-92), the only ever Muslim woman Supreme Court judge, was appointed to the Court. In 2005, Justice Altamas Kabir (2005-13) was appointed. In 2012, Justice Kabir (2012-13) became the fourth Muslim Chief Justice of India. In the same year, 2 Muslim judges came to be appointed to the Supreme Court – Justices MY Eqbal and FMI Kalifulla. Presently, Justice S Abdul Nazeer is the only sitting Muslim judge.

Statistically speaking, in the 1950s, there was one Muslim appointee out of first 6 appointed Supreme Court judges, which is approximately 16.67%. In 1978, there were two Muslims out of 16 (13%). In 1986, there was one Muslim out of 14. In 2009, there were 2 Muslims out of 26, or 8 per cent. Since 2019, there has been one Muslim out of 34, which is approximately 3%.

Of the 219 retired and 27 present judges who have served in the Supreme Court, 18 or 6.75% have been Muslims.

Justices RS Sarkaria, Kuldip Singh, HS Bedi and JS Khehar have been the only 4 appointees from the Sikh community. All of these are upper caste Sikhs. Marginalised sections amongst religions still await representation.

From the Zoroastrian Community, Justices DP Madon, S.H.Kapadia, Bharucha, S.N.Varaiva & R.F.Nariman have been appointed.

The number of Christian judges similarly has been comparatively less. Justices Vivian Bose, KK Mathew, TK Thommen, KT Thomas, Vikramjit Sen, Cyriac Joseph, Kurian Joseph, Banumathi (practising Christian) and KM Joseph (currently sitting) are perhaps the only Christian judges who made it to the Supreme Court.

The figures above reflect that traditionally weaker sections of society are still institutionally marginalised. There is an absence of a clear pattern in decisions by the Collegium, either by commission or omission. Even amongst religions, persons of upper class/caste have been appointed. The downtrodden do not have proper representation at the apex court. There cannot be a denial of other ‘known but hidden’ factors such as political connections, coming from legal/judicial dynasties etc. as well.

In 2014, Justice Anil R Dave, then a sitting judge of the Supreme Court, said that had he been a dictator, he would have made the Gita and the Mahabharata compulsory in schools. In 2019, a judge of the Kerala High Court made controversial remarks about Brahmins and their virtues. In the course of his speech, he also urged the Brahmin community to agitate against caste-based reservation.

The only exception so far is Justice Chinnappa Reddy, who belonged to the Reddy caste but refused to be classified under any religion or any community
The only exception so far is Justice Chinnappa Reddy, who belonged to the Reddy caste but refused to be classified under any religion or any community. Ironically, Chinnappa Reddy was appointed to the Supreme Court in July 1978 as a Christian replacement for Justice KK Mathew, who had retired in January 1976. It is further amusing to note that after Justice Reddy retired, he was replaced by Justice TK Thommen, a Christian.

It is not the case that no attempts have been made to improve the system. This is about that the fact that our system largely hasn’t changed at the steady pace it ought to have. Attempts to make a rough regional balance have been successful, gender biases are being done away with, and proportionate representation on the lines of caste and religion may perhaps be taken into consideration soon. But what we must also take into consideration is that while managing one representation, the other should be kept in mind too.

It is not arcane knowledge that Justice BV Nagarathna of the Karnataka High Court is being considered for appointment as a Supreme Court judge. She may become the first woman Chief Justice of India. But while doing so, it should also be noted that she is the daughter of retired CJI ES Venkataramaiah, who was also a Brahmin.

There is a lot to write on the subject. There are various other factors that weigh in. For example, is it only a coincidence that in the past 15 years, all Supreme Court judges who have Rajasthan as their parent High Court belong to the Baniya/Vaishya/Marwari community alone? (Justices Dalveer Bhandari, RM Lodha, GS Singhvi, Dinesh Maheshwari and Ajay Rastogi).

Let us ponder collectively on this. Till then, fingers crossed.

The Author is an Advocate on Record at the Supreme Court



This story is from October 07, 2021
Presence of SCs, STs in govt jobs still inadequate, Centre tells Supreme Court

NEW DELHI: A day after being asked to submit data on representation of Scheduled and Scheduled Tribes in central government to justify reservation in promotion, the Centre on Wednesday placed data of 19 ministries and told the Supreme Court that SCs comprise 15.34%, STs 6.18% and OBCs 17.5% of a workforce of 1,23,155.

Additional Solicitor General Balbir Singh told a bench of Justices L Nageswara Rao, Sanjiv Khanna and B R Gavai that data of only 19 ministries could be compiled and assured the court that more comprehensive statistics on representation of SCs and STs would be filed in coming days.
Earlier, the Attorney General had told the bench that there are 53 departments which are under control of the central governemnt and there are 5,000 cadres of employees working in them.

Singh on Wednesday told the bench that in the 19 ministries surveyed, 18,898 are from Scheduled Castes (15.34%), 7,608 from Scheduled Tribes (6.18%) and 21,656 (17.5%) from Other Backward Classes. He, however, clarified that there were some anomalies in the data as SC and ST employees who got jobs in the general list are also included and also adequacy of representation differs in different classes of employment with a higher percentage in Class 3 and Class 4, but very low in Class 1. He assured the bench that class wise data would be placed before the bench.

The ASG also stressed that the court should not interfere in the reservation policy if there are no arbitrariness.
Pointing to the low representation in Class 1 jobs, the ASG said it is very unfortunate that we have not been able to bring SCs and STs to the same level of merit in the past 75 years and that representation is low as there is no reservation in promotion in that category.

He said the ‘roster system’, that links representation to the percentage of population, has been followed by the Centre and many states and there was no need for quantifiable data. “The adequacy of representation has to be assessed with reference to a benchmark on adequacy. Conventionally, the state and the central governments have linked the percentage of reservation for the SCs and STs to their percentage of population, as a measure of adequacy which had been upheld by courts earlier,” he said.



Is the upper castes (31% of population) occupying 75.5% of top government jobs (Group A) a sign of discrimination against lower castes in India?

Yes it is a sign of discrimination. The discrimination happens in

Interview Process where the upper castes are status quo interviewers have casteist mindset. If they do not have casteist mindset they have nepotist/favoritist mindset, obviously the relatives are from their own castes. The moment they know your surname their casteism just comes out.
Referrals are employee productivity report, where again a higher officer can ruin your promotion
Application where there is a law when the government office can hire a replacement candidate if they do not find suitable ones in categories. This is a weapon to curb reservation.
Attrition- Wait sufficient time to keep the posts vacant, the hiring hangs in court. The court orders to hire without reservation, the department officials are again upper castes.
The repetitive arguments from upper castes is this

They have earned it by their own hard work and talent.
We can derive two conclusions from here.

Meritorious upper castes have failed to address the problems of the country who are ruling in last 70 years[1] .
SC/ST/Lower OBC are lazy and not talented.
I have concluded SC/ST/lower OBCs have been genetically handicapped and are not talented(low IQs) because of our eternal eugenics project. There are 3 ways to we can move move forward

Instantly euthanize unproductive sc/st/obcs
Provide incentives to sc/st/obcs till they arrive to compete in equal manner
Resource deficient sc/st/obc continue to menial work for upper castes which is remaining servant for eternity
if SC/ST/OBC do not hard work/do not have talent then intelligent and hardworking upper castes should ask for a separate country free from the lazy and low IQ SC/ST/OBC. British used to make exactly similar argument “We had to lose money in dirty and unclean India”. So the utopian nation without SC/ST/OBC will be the greatest.


you see all SC/ST/OBCs as your servants just like your ancestors used to see?

Choose one.
[1] Diversity in India’s ministries: From Nehru to Modi
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One Too Many Mishras: India’s Supreme Court Is A Brahmin Bastion
The power tussle between the Chief Justice and his fellow judges has exposed the casteist core of India’s judiciary.

Posted on Jan 24, 2018, 11:32:16 AM GMT

Nearly two weeks have elapsed since India witnessed an unprecedented public revolt by four of the senior-most judges of the Supreme Court against the Chief Justice of India. There have been few concrete developments on that front since, but the episode has brought to the forefront the complete and utter lack of diversity in the Indian judiciary.

Thanks to the controversy it is now well-known that the current Chief Justice of India (CJI), Dipak Misra, happens to be nephew of a former Chief Justice of India, Ranganath Misra. The allegations against the CJI related to crucial cases he had transferred to a relatively junior judge of the court, Arun Mishra. A day after the judges spoke out, the Chairman of the Bar Council of India, Manan Mishra, announced the formation of a delegation of judges to address the situation.

And to add to all this, it was reported that another Misra – Nripendra, the Principal Secretary to Prime Minister Modi, had attempted to meet the Chief Justice, presumably to tackle the situation on behalf of the government.

It was hard to ignore the sudden and veritable flood of Mishras in the news!

Mishra is a common surname among Hindu Brahmins from the northern, eastern and central parts of India. This naturally raises the question — are Brahmins over represented in India’s judiciary?

No SC/ST judge has been elevated to the Supreme Court in the last 7 years.
The answer is an unequivocal yes according to the President of India, Ram Nath Kovind, who spoke just a few months ago about the “unacceptably low representation of traditionally weaker sections such as Other Backward Classes (OBC), Scheduled Castes (SC), and Scheduled Tribes (ST) in the higher judiciary”.

Data maintained by the Union Ministry of Law and Justice shows that the Collegium, which is responsible for elevating judges to the Supreme Court, has not followed any clear pattern in making its decisions. Either by commission or omission, no SC/ST judge has been elevated to the Supreme Court in the last 7 years.

“If judiciary is not inclusive, their own social conditioning or thinking could get reflected in their judgements,” said Dr. Suraj Yengde, a research fellow at Harvard University who heads the India For Diversity (IDF) initiative. “India’s judiciary is dominated by upper castes and out the 28 SC judges of supreme court, 9 are relatives [of judges or legal luminaries]. This promotes favouritism and nepotism”.

The issue of under-representation of lower castes in the judiciary has been raised in Parliament and the National Commission for Scheduled Castes has also stated in no uncertain terms that “a firm policy of reservation is the only remedy”. It also held that “there is nothing in the constitution to support the stand of the government withholding reservation from judiciary. ”

A level playing field in India has come to mean one in which savaranas get most of the pie under the guise of merit.
And yet, the government has failed to take any action in this regard. The reason has to do with the widespread mischaracterisation of the purpose of reservations. “The notion has been created that reservation means awarding quota to non-deserving candidates, which is not true,” said Dr. Yengde. “Reservation means diversity. It brings representation and inclusion to a society as diverse as India”

The fact is, a level playing field in India has come to mean one in which savaranas get most of the pie under the guise of merit. This is precisely why fields which are not covered by reservation have no representation from the OBCs, SCs, and STs who represent more than 80% of India’s population.

It remains to be seen how the battle between the Chief Justice and his fellow judges plays out. But the crisis has exposed the elephant in the courtroom, and that is one thing we can be thankful for.


Dr Ambedkar thundered “I will make this country Prabuddha Bharat “ Dravidian model neither celebrated Buddha Purnima nor declared holiday.

08) Classical Afrikaans– Klassieke Afrikaans

Mees Positief Kragtige eie woorde van Theravada Tipitaka moet gepropageer word vir die geluk, welsyn en vrede vir alle samelewings. Alle Regters van die wêreld 🌍 🌎 moet bevele aan alle godsdienstige hoofde, skole stuur om Groente 🥦 🥕 🥗 en vrugte 🍌 🍎 🍉 plante 🪴 🌱 te verbou om die honger te oorkom, die ergste soort siekte soos gesê deur die Budhaen.

om ewige geluk as einddoel te bereik 🥅

Saak teen ‘n 15-jarige seun.

Baie mense het gehuil toe hulle die uitspraak van hierdie Amerikaanse regter gelees het ,,,,,,,

Hierdie is ‘n vyftienjarige seuntjie….gevang terwyl hy brood in die winkel gesteel het. Die winkel se kas het ook gebreek toe hy uit die wag se kloue probeer ontsnap het.

* Die regter het na die misdaad ondersoek en vir die seun gevra: “Het jy regtig enige brood en kos gesteel?” *

Die seun leun af en antwoord “ja”; -

Regter: “Hoekom?”

Seun: - “Ek was honger so ek het dit nodig gehad.”

Regter: “Hoekom kan jy dit nie koop nie?”

Seun: - “Geen geld nie.”

Regter: “Kon dit by die familie gekoop gewees het?”

Seun: - “Net ma moet by die huis wees. Siek en werkloos.

Regter: “Het jy iets gedoen?”

Seun: - “Dit is gebruiklik om die kar te was. Toe ek ‘n dag verlof geneem het om vir my ma te sorg, is ek afgedank.

Regter: “Het jy niemand om hulp gevra nie?”

Seun: - “Ek het die oggend by die huis vertrek en na ongeveer vyftig (50) mense gegaan en hulp gevra maar geen hulp nie; So, ek het besluit om hierdie stap laaste te neem.

* Toe die argumente verby was, het die regter begin uitspraak uitspreek;

… “Om brood van ‘n honger seun te steel en veral te steel is ‘n baie skandelike misdaad en ons is almal verantwoordelik vir hierdie misdaad.”

* Elke persoon in die hof, insluitend ek, is skuldig en skuldig, so elke persoon hier word elk met tien dollar beboet. Niemand kan hier wegkom sonder om tien dollar te betaal nie ”*

So gesê, het die regter tien dollar uit sy sak gehaal, die pen gevat en die naam daarvolgens begin skryf.

- ‘Ek sal ook ‘n boete van duisend dollar op die winkel oplê vir die oorhandiging van die honger kind aan die polisie.

‘As die boete nie binne 24 uur gedeponeer word nie, sal die hof beveel dat die winkel verseël word.’ Ook sal die polisie dieselfde bedrag beboet word vir die indiening van ‘n regsgeding teen die uitgehongerde seun.

“Die hof vra die seun om verskoning omdat hy die volle bedrag van die boete aan die seun gegee het.”

Met die aanhoor van die uitspraak het trane in die oë van die aanwesiges in die hofsaal opgewel, en die seun se boeie is losgemaak. Die seun staar terug na die regter wat met trane in sy oë uitgekom het.

* Is ons gemeenskap, organisasies en howe gereed om so ‘n besluit te neem? *

* Die mense van daardie land behoort hulle te skaam as hulle deur ‘n honger persoon betrap word dat hulle brood steel.

Honger is die ergste soort siekte het die Ontwaakte Boeddha gesê
Alle sentiente en nie-sente behalwe mense het geen probleem van honger nie. Hulle het nie howe Regters nie. 👩‍⚖️ Almal 🧑‍⚖️ 👨‍⚖️ Regters van die wêreld moet mense, insluitend alle godsdienste, beveel om groente in potte en vrugtedraende bome regoor die wêreld te kweek om honger te oorkom.


09) Classical Albanian-Shqiptare klasike,

09) Klasike Shqip-Shqiptare Klasike,

Vetë fjalët më pozitive të fuqishme nga Theravada Tipitaka duhet të përhapen për lumturinë, mirëqenien dhe paqen për të gjitha shoqëritë. Të gjithë gjyqtarët e botës 🌍 🌎 duhet të drejtojnë dhe t’u kalojnë urdhra të gjithë krerëve fetarë, shkollave për të kultivuar Perime 🥦 🥕 🥗 dhe fruta 🍌 🍎 🍉 bimë 🪴 🌱 për të kapërcyer urinë llojin më të keq të sëmundjes siç tha një budalla.

për të arritur Lumturinë e Përjetshme si Qëllimi Final 🥅

Rasti ndaj një djali 15-vjeçar.

Shumë njerëz qanë kur lexuan vendimin e këtij gjyqtari amerikan,,,,,,,,

Ky është një djalë pesëmbëdhjetë vjeçar …. i kapur duke vjedhur bukë në dyqan. Edhe dollapi i dyqanit u thye kur tentoi të shpëtonte nga kthetrat e rojes.

* Gjyqtari u interesua për krimin dhe e pyeti djalin: “A ke vjedhur vërtet bukë dhe ushqim?” *

Djali u përkul dhe u përgjigj “po”; -

Gjykatësi: “Pse?”

Djali: - “Isha i uritur ndaj më duhej”.

Gjykatësi: “Pse nuk mund ta blesh?”

Djali: - “Pa para”.

Gjyqtari: “A mund të ishte blerë nga familja?”

Djali: - “Në shtëpi duhet të jetë vetëm nëna. Të sëmurë dhe të papunë.

Gjyqtari: “A ke bërë ndonjë gjë?”

Djali: - “Është zakon të lani makinën. Kur mora një ditë pushimi për t’u kujdesur për mamin, më pushuan nga puna.

Gjyqtari: “A nuk kërkove ndihmë nga askush?”

Djali: - “U largova nga shtëpia në mëngjes dhe shkova te rreth pesëdhjetë (50) njerëz dhe kërkova ndihmë por jo ndihmë; Kështu, vendosa ta bëj këtë hap i fundit.

* Kur mbaruan debatet, gjyqtari filloi të shpallte gjykimin;

… “Vjedhja dhe sidomos vjedhja e bukës nga një djalë i uritur është një krim shumë i turpshëm dhe ne të gjithë jemi përgjegjës për këtë krim”.

* Çdo person në gjykatë, duke përfshirë edhe mua, është fajtor dhe fajtor, kështu që çdo person këtu gjobitet me dhjetë dollarë secili. Askush nuk mund të ikë nga këtu pa paguar dhjetë dollarë “*

Duke thënë kështu, gjykatësi mori dhjetë dollarë nga xhepi, mori stilolapsin dhe filloi të shkruante emrin në përputhje me rrethanat.

- ‘Gjithashtu, do të vendos një gjobë prej një mijë dollarësh për dyqanin për dorëzimin e fëmijës së uritur në polici.

‘Nëse gjoba nuk depozitohet brenda 24 orëve, gjykata do të urdhërojë vulosjen e dyqanit.’ Po ashtu, po aq gjobë do të dënohet edhe nga policia për padinë ndaj djalit të uritur.

“Gjykata i kërkon falje djalit që i dha djalit shumën e plotë të gjobës”.

Me të dëgjuar aktgjykimin, të pranishmëve në sallën e gjyqit rrodhën lot dhe djalit iu zgjidhën prangat. Djali ia nguli sytë gjyqtarit i cili doli me lot në sy.

* A janë gati komuniteti, organizatat dhe gjykatat tona për të marrë një vendim të tillë? *

* Populli i atij vendi duhet të turpërohet nëse kapet duke vjedhur bukë nga një i uritur.

Uria është lloji më i keq i sëmundjes, tha Buda i Zgjuar
Të gjithë të ndjeshëm dhe jo të ndjeshëm, përveç njerëzve, nuk kanë problem me urinë. Ata nuk kanë gjykatës gjykatash. 👩‍⚖️ Të gjithë 🧑‍⚖️ 👨‍⚖️ Gjyqtarët e botës duhet të urdhërojnë njerëzit duke përfshirë të gjitha fetë të rritin perime në vazo dhe pemë frutore në të gjithë botën për të kapërcyer urinë.


10) Classical Amharic-አንጋፋዊ አማርኛ,

10) ክላሲካል አማርኛ-አንጋፋዊ አማርኛ፣

ከቴራቫዳ ቲፒታካ በጣም አወንታዊ ሀይለኛ ቃላት ለሁሉም ማህበረሰቦች ደስታ፣ ደህንነት እና ሰላም መሰራጨት አለባቸው። ሁሉም የአለም ዳኞች 🌍 🌎 የነቃው ቡዳ እንደተናገረው ረሃብን ለማሸነፍ ለሁሉም የሀይማኖት መሪዎች ፣ትምህርት ቤቶች አትክልት እና ፍራፍሬ 🍌 🍌 🌱 መመሪያ እና ትዕዛዝ ማስተላለፍ አለባቸው።

የቡድሃ ቃላት ሃይል አላቸው።
እንደ የመጨረሻ ግብ ዘላለማዊ ደስታን ለማግኘት 🥅

የ15 ዓመት ልጅ ላይ ክስ ቀረበ።

ብዙ ሰዎች የዚህን አሜሪካዊ ዳኛ ፍርድ ሲያነቡ አለቀሱ ,,,,,,,

ይሄ የአስራ አምስት አመት ልጅ ነው …. በመደብሩ ውስጥ እንጀራ ሲሰርቅ ተይዟል። ከዘበኛው መዳፍ ለማምለጥ ሲሞክር የሱቁ ቁም ሳጥኑ ተሰበረ።

* ዳኛው ወንጀሉን ጠየቀው እና ልጁን “በእርግጥ ዳቦ እና ምግብ ሰርቀህ ነበር?” *

ልጁ ጎንበስ ብሎ “አዎ” ብሎ መለሰ; -

ዳኛ፡ “ለምን?”

ልጅ: - “ስለራበኝ አስፈልጎኝ ነበር.”

ዳኛ፡ “ለምን መግዛት አልቻልክም?”

ልጅ: - “ገንዘብ የለም.”

ዳኛ፡ “ከቤተሰብ ሊገዛ ይችል ነበር?”

ልጅ: - “እናት ብቻ እቤት መሆን አለባት። የታመመ እና ሥራ አጥ.

ዳኛ፡ “ምንም አደረግክ?”

ልጅ: - “መኪናውን ማጠብ የተለመደ ነው. እናቴን ለመንከባከብ የአንድ ቀን እረፍት ሳወጣ ተባረርኩ።

ዳኛ፡ “ማንንም እርዳታ አልጠየቅክም?”

ልጅ: - “ጠዋት ከቤት ወጣሁ እና ወደ ሃምሳ (50) ሰዎች ሄጄ እርዳታ ጠየቅሁ ግን ምንም እርዳታ አልተደረገልኝም; ስለዚህ, ይህንን እርምጃ በመጨረሻ ለመውሰድ ወሰንኩ.

* ክርክሮቹ ሲያልቅ ዳኛው ፍርድ መስጠት ጀመረ;

… “ከተራበ ልጅ መስረቅ እና በተለይም ዳቦ መስረቅ በጣም አሳፋሪ ወንጀል ነው እና ለዚህ ወንጀል ሁላችንም ተጠያቂ ነን”

*እኔን ጨምሮ በፍርድ ቤት ያለ እያንዳንዱ ሰው ጥፋተኛ እና ጥፋተኛ ነው፣ስለዚህ እዚህ ያለ እያንዳንዱ ሰው እያንዳንዳቸው አስር ዶላር ይቀጣሉ። ማንም አስር ዶላር ሳይከፍል ከዚህ መውጣት አይችልም ”*

እንዲህ እያለ ዳኛው ከኪሱ አሥር ዶላር አውጥቶ ብዕሩን ወስዶ ስሙን ይጽፍ ጀመር።

- ‘እንዲሁም የተራበውን ልጅ ለፖሊስ አሳልፎ በመስጠቱ ሱቁ ላይ አንድ ሺህ ዶላር ቅጣት እቀጣለሁ።

‘ቅጣቱ በ24 ሰዓት ውስጥ ካልገባ ፍርድ ቤቱ ሱቁ እንዲታሸግ ያዝዛል።’ በተጨማሪም ፖሊስ በተራበው ልጅ ላይ ክስ በመሠረተበት ተመሳሳይ የገንዘብ መጠን ይቀጣል።

ፍርድ ቤቱ ለልጁ የቅጣቱን ሙሉ መጠን ስለሰጠው ለልጁ ይቅርታ ጠይቋል።

ፍርዱን ሲሰማ በችሎቱ የተገኙት ሰዎች አይን እንባ ፈሰሰ እና የልጁ እጁ በካቴና ተፈታ። ልጁ በእንባ ወደወጣው ዳኛ አፈጠጠ።

* የእኛ ማህበረሰቦች፣ ድርጅቶች እና ፍርድ ቤቶች እንደዚህ አይነት ውሳኔ ለማድረግ ዝግጁ ናቸው? *

* የዚያች ሀገር ሰዎች በተራበ ሰው እንጀራ ሲሰርቁ ቢያዙ ሊያፍሩ ይገባል።

የነቃው ቡዳ እንደተናገረው ረሃብ ከሁሉ የከፋ በሽታ ነው።
ከሰዎች በስተቀር ሁሉም ተላላኪ እና ተላላኪ የረሃብ ችግር የለባቸውም። ፍርድ ቤት ዳኞች የላቸውም። 👩‍⚖️ ሁሉም 🧑‍⚖️ 👨‍⚖️ የአለም ዳኞች ሁሉንም ሀይማኖቶች ጨምሮ ሰዎችን ረሃብን ለማሸነፍ በአለም ላይ በድስት እና ፍሬ በሚያፈሩ ዛፎች ላይ አትክልት እንዲያመርቱ ማዘዝ አለባቸው።
- ነፃ የመስመር ላይ JC ንፁህ ተነሳሽነት ዮኒቨርሲቲ ለሥነ ጥበብ 🖼 መስጠት

ይህንን በማህበራዊ ሚዲያ ያካፍሉ።

11) Classical Arabic-اللغة العربية الفصحى

11) اللغة العربية الفصحى- اللغة العربية الفصحى

الكلمات الإيجابية الأكثر قوة من Theravada Tipitaka يجب الترويج لها من أجل السعادة والرفاهية والسلام لجميع المجتمعات. يجب على جميع قضاة العالم 🌍 🌎 توجيه الأوامر وإصدارها لجميع الرؤساء الدينيين ، والمدارس لزراعة الخضروات 🥦 🥕 🥗 والفاكهة 🍌 🍎 🍉 النباتات 🪴 للتغلب على الجوع أسوأ أنواع المرض كما قال بوذا الواحد المستيقظ.

تتمتع كلمات بوذا بالسلطة
لتحقيق النعيم الأبدي كهدف نهائي 🥅

قضية ضد صبي يبلغ من العمر 15 عاما.

بكى كثير من الناس عندما قرأوا حكم هذا القاضي الأمريكي ،،،،،،،

هذا صبي يبلغ من العمر خمسة عشر عامًا …. تم القبض عليه أثناء سرقة الخبز في المتجر. كسرت خزانة المتجر أيضًا عندما حاول الهروب من براثن الحارس.

* سأل القاضي عن الجريمة وسأل الصبي: هل حقا سرقت أي خبز وطعام؟ *

انحنى الصبي وقال “نعم”. -

القاضي: لماذا؟

الولد: - “كنت جائعًا لذلك كنت بحاجة إليه”.

القاضي: “لماذا لا تشتريه؟”

الولد: - “لا مال”.

القاضي: هل يمكن شراؤها من العائلة؟

الولد: - “الأم فقط يجب أن تكون في المنزل. مريض وعاطل عن العمل.

القاضي: “هل فعلت شيئًا؟”

الولد: - “من المعتاد غسل السيارة. عندما أخذت يوم إجازة لرعاية أمي ، طُردت.

القاضي: ألم تطلب المساعدة من أحد؟

الولد: - “غادرت المنزل في الصباح وتوجهت إلى حوالي خمسين (50) شخصًا وطلبت المساعدة ولكن دون مساعدة ؛ لذلك قررت أن أخطو هذه الخطوة أخيرًا.

* بعد المرافعة بدأ القاضي في النطق بالحكم.

… “سرقة الخبز من صبي جائع ، وخاصةً سرقته ، جريمة مخزية للغاية ، ونحن جميعًا مسؤولون عن هذه الجريمة”.

* كل شخص في المحكمة ، بمن فيهم أنا ، مذنب ومذنب ، لذلك يتم تغريم كل شخص هنا عشرة دولارات. لا أحد يستطيع الخروج من هنا بدون دفع عشرة دولارات “*

وبقول ذلك ، أخذ القاضي عشرة دولارات من جيبه ، وأخذ القلم وبدأ في كتابة الاسم وفقًا لذلك.

- “كما سأفرض غرامة قدرها ألف دولار على المحل لتسليم الطفل الجائع للشرطة.

“إذا لم يتم إيداع الغرامة في غضون 24 ساعة ، ستأمر المحكمة بإغلاق المتجر”. أيضًا ، سيتم تغريم الشرطة نفس المبلغ لرفع دعوى قضائية ضد الصبي الجائع.

وتعتذر المحكمة للصبي على دفع الغرامة كاملة للصبي.

عند سماع الحكم ، اغرورقت الدموع في عيون الحاضرين في قاعة المحكمة ، وكانت الأصفاد غير مقيدة. حدق الصبي مرة أخرى في القاضي الذي خرج والدموع في عينيه.

* هل مجتمعنا ومنظماتنا ومحاكمنا على استعداد لاتخاذ مثل هذا القرار؟ *

* على أهل ذلك البلد أن يخجلوا إذا ضُبِط عليهم يسرقون الخبز من قبل جائع.

قال بوذا المستيقظ الجوع هو أسوأ أنواع المرض
جميع الواعين وغير الواعين ما عدا البشر ليس لديهم مشكلة الجوع. ليس لديهم قضاة محاكم. 👩‍⚖️ الكل 🧑‍⚖️ 👨‍⚖️ يجب على قضاة العالم أن يأمروا الناس بما في ذلك جميع الأديان بزراعة الخضروات في أواني وأشجار مثمرة في جميع أنحاء العالم للتغلب على الجوع.
- مجتمع جي سي بيور إلهام مجاني على الإنترنت لفن العطاء

شارك هذا في وسائل التواصل الاجتماعي

12) Classical Armenian-դասական հայերեն,

12) Դասական հայերեն-դասական հայերեն.

Theravada Tipitaka-ի ամենադրական հզոր սեփական խոսքերը պետք է տարածվեն բոլոր հասարակությունների երջանկության, բարօրության և խաղաղության համար: Աշխարհի բոլոր դատավորները 🌍 🌎 պետք է ուղղորդեն և հրաման տան բոլոր կրոնական առաջնորդներին, դպրոցներին՝ աճեցնել բանջարեղեն և մրգեր 🍌 🍎 🍉 բույսեր 🪴 🌱 քաղցը հաղթահարելու ամենավատ տեսակը, որն ասվում է Բուդդայի կողմից:

Հավերժական երանության հասնելու համար որպես վերջնական նպատակ 🥅

Գործ 15-ամյա տղայի նկատմամբ.

Ամերիկացի այս դատավորի դատավճիռը կարդալուց շատերը լաց եղան ,,,,,,,,

Սա տասնհինգ տարեկան տղա է, որը բռնվել է խանութից հաց գողանալու ժամանակ։ Խանութի պահարանը նույնպես կոտրվել է, երբ նա փորձել է փախչել պահակի ճիրաններից։

* Դատավորը հետաքննվեց հանցագործության մասին և տղային հարցրեց. *

Տղան թեքվեց և պատասխանեց «այո». -

Դատավոր. «Ինչո՞ւ»:

Տղա.- «Ես սոված էի, ուստի դրա կարիքն ունեի»:

Դատավոր. «Ինչո՞ւ չես կարող գնել»:

Տղա: - «Փող չկա»:

Դատավոր. «Կարո՞ղ էր այն գնել ընտանիքից»:

Տղա.- «Միայն մայրիկը պետք է տանը լինի: Հիվանդ և գործազուրկ.

Դատավոր. «Դուք ինչ-որ բան արե՞լ եք»:

Տղա.- «Ընդունված է մեքենան լվանալը։ Երբ հանգստյան օր էի վերցրել մայրիկիս խնամելու համար, ինձ աշխատանքից ազատեցին։

Դատավոր. «Ոչ մեկից օգնություն չե՞ք խնդրել».

Տղա. - «Առավոտյան տնից դուրս եկա և մոտ հիսուն (50) հոգու մոտ գնացի և օգնություն խնդրեցի, բայց ոչ օգնություն. Այսպիսով, ես որոշեցի այս քայլին գնալ վերջինը։

* Երբ վեճերն ավարտվեցին, դատավորը սկսեց վճիռ կայացնել.

… «Սոված տղայից հաց գողանալը և հատկապես հաց գողանալը շատ ամոթալի հանցագործություն է, և մենք բոլորս ենք պատասխանատու այս հանցագործության համար»:

* Դատարանում յուրաքանչյուր մարդ, այդ թվում՝ ես, մեղավոր և մեղավոր ենք, ուստի այստեղ յուրաքանչյուր մարդ տուգանվում է տասը դոլարով։ Ոչ ոք չի կարող այստեղից դուրս գալ առանց տասը դոլար վճարելու»*

Այդպես ասելով՝ դատավորը գրպանից հանեց տասը դոլար, վերցրեց գրիչը և սկսեց համապատասխանաբար անունը գրել։

- «Նաև հազար դոլարի տուգանք կկիրառեմ խանութի վրա՝ սոված երեխային ոստիկանությանը հանձնելու համար։

«Եթե 24 ժամվա ընթացքում տուգանքը չվճարվի, դատարանը կհրամայի փակել խանութը»։ Նույնքան կտուգանվի նաև ոստիկանությունը՝ սովամահ եղող տղայի դեմ հայց ներկայացնելու համար։

«Դատարանը ներողություն է խնդրում տղայից՝ տղային տուգանքի ողջ գումարը տալու համար»։

Դատավճիռը լսելուն պես դահլիճում ներկաների աչքերից արցունքներ հոսեցին, տղայի ձեռնաշղթաները արձակվեցին։ Տղան ետ նայեց դատավորին, ով արցունքն աչքերին դուրս եկավ։

* Մեր համայնքը, կազմակերպություններն ու դատարանները պատրա՞ստ են նման որոշում կայացնելու։ *

* Այդ երկրի ժողովուրդը պետք է ամաչի, եթե հաց գողանալիս բռնվի սովածի ձեռքով։

Քաղցը հիվանդության ամենավատ տեսակն է, ասել է Արթնացած Բուդդան
Բոլոր Զգացողներն ու անզգամները, բացի մարդկանցից, սովի խնդիր չունեն: Նրանք չունեն դատարան դատավորներ. 👩‍⚖️ Բոլորը 🧑‍⚖️ 👨‍⚖️ Աշխարհի դատավորները պետք է հրամայեն մարդկանց, ներառյալ բոլոր կրոնները, աճեցնել բանջարեղենը կաթսաներում և պտղաբեր ծառեր ամբողջ աշխարհում՝ քաղցը հաղթահարելու համար:


13) Classical Assamese-ধ্ৰুপদী অসমীয়া

১৩) ধ্ৰুপদী অসমীয়া-ধাপদী অসমীয়া

সকলো সমাজৰ সুখ, কল্যাণ আৰু শান্তিৰ বাবে থেৰাবাদ টিপিটকৰ পৰা অধিকাংশ Positive Powerful নিজৰ শব্দৰ প্ৰচাৰ কৰিবলগীয়া হয়। বিশ্বৰ সকলো বিচাৰকে 🌍 🌎 সকলো ধৰ্মীয় মুৰব্বী, বিদ্যালয়লৈ শাক-পাচলি 🥦 🥗 🥗 আৰু ফল-মূল 🍌 🍎 🍉 উদ্ভিদ 🍌 🌱 খেতি কৰিবলৈ নিৰ্দেশ দি আদেশ দিব লাগিব যাতে জাগ্ৰত এক বুদ্ধই কোৱাৰ দৰে ক্ষুধা দূৰ কৰিবলৈ আটাইতকৈ ভয়াৱহ ধৰণৰ ৰোগ।

চূড়ান্ত লক্ষ্য হিচাপে অনন্ত আনন্দ লাভ কৰিবলৈ 🥅

১৫ বছৰীয়া ল’ৰাৰ বিৰুদ্ধে গোচৰ।

এই আমেৰিকান ন্যায়াধীশৰ ৰায় পঢ়ি বহুতে কান্দিছিল ,,,,,,,

এইটো এটা পোন্ধৰ বছৰীয়া ল’ৰা …. দোকানত ৰুটি চুৰি কৰি থকা অৱস্থাত ধৰা পৰিছে। ষ্ট’ৰৰ আলমাৰীও ভাঙি গ’ল যেতিয়া তেওঁ চকীদাৰৰ কবলৰ পৰা পলায়ন কৰিবলৈ চেষ্টা কৰে।

* ন্যায়াধীশে অপৰাধৰ বিষয়ে সোধা-পোছা কৰি ল’ৰাজনক সুধিলে, “আপুনি সঁচাকৈয়ে কোনো ৰুটি আৰু খাদ্য চুৰি কৰিছিল নেকি?” *

ল’ৰাটোৱে হেলান দি উত্তৰ দিলে “হয়”; -

বিচাৰক: “কিয়?”

ল’ৰা: - “মোৰ ভোক লাগিছিল গতিকে মোৰ প্ৰয়োজন আছিল।”

বিচাৰক: “কিয় কিনিব নোৱাৰি?”

ল’ৰা: - “টকা নাই।”

বিচাৰক: “পৰিয়ালৰ পৰা ক্ৰয় কৰিব পৰা গ’লহেঁতেন নেকি?”

ল’ৰা:- “ঘৰত কেৱল মাহে থাকিব লাগে। অসুস্থ আৰু নিবনুৱা।

বিচাৰক: “আপুনি কিবা কৰিলে নেকি?”

ল’ৰা:- “গাড়ী ধোৱাৰ প্ৰথা আছে। যেতিয়া মই মাৰ যত্ন ল’বলৈ এদিন ছুটী লৈছিলো, তেতিয়া মোক চাকৰিৰ পৰা বৰ্খাস্ত কৰা হৈছিল।

বিচাৰক: “আপুনি কাৰো পৰা সহায় বিচৰা নাছিল নেকি?”

ল’ৰা: - “মই ৰাতিপুৱা ঘৰৰ পৰা ওলাই প্ৰায় পঞ্চাশ (৫০)জন মানুহৰ ওচৰলৈ গৈ সহায় বিচাৰিছিলো কিন্তু কোনো সহায় নাপালোঁ; গতিকে, মই শেষত এই পদক্ষেপ লোৱাৰ সিদ্ধান্ত লৈছিলো।

* তৰ্ক-বিতৰ্ক শেষ হ’লে বিচাৰকে বিচাৰ কৰিবলৈ ধৰিলে;

… “এজন ভোকাতুৰ ল’ৰাৰ পৰা চুৰি কৰা আৰু বিশেষকৈ ৰুটি চুৰি কৰাটো এটা অতি লজ্জাজনক অপৰাধ আৰু আমি সকলোৱে এই অপৰাধৰ বাবে দায়ী।”

* আদালতত মইকে ধৰি প্ৰতিজন ব্যক্তিয়েই দোষী আৰু দোষী, গতিকে ইয়াত প্ৰতিজন ব্যক্তিক দহ ডলাৰকৈ জৰিমনা বিহা হয়। দহ ডলাৰ নিদিয়াকৈ কোনেও ইয়াৰ পৰা ওলাই যাব নোৱাৰে ”*

এনেকৈ কৈ বিচাৰকজনে পকেটৰ পৰা দহটকা উলিয়াই কলমটো লৈ সেই অনুযায়ী নামটো লিখিবলৈ ধৰিলে।

- ‘লগতে ভোকাতুৰ শিশুটি পুলিচৰ হাতত গতাই দিয়াৰ বাবে দোকানখনত এক হাজাৰ টকা জৰিমনা বিহিম।

‘যদি ২৪ ঘণ্টাৰ ভিতৰত জৰিমনা জমা কৰা নহয়, তেন্তে আদালতে ষ্ট’ৰটো ছীল কৰাৰ নিৰ্দেশ দিব।’ লগতে অনাহাৰে থকা ল’ৰাজনৰ বিৰুদ্ধে গোচৰ তৰি আৰক্ষীক একে পৰিমাণৰ জৰিমনা বিহা হ’ব।

‘ল’ৰাটোক সম্পূৰ্ণ জৰিমনা দিয়াৰ বাবে আদালতে ল’ৰাটোৰ ওচৰত ক্ষমা বিচাৰিছে।’

ৰায় শুনাৰ লগে লগে আদালতৰ কক্ষত উপস্থিত থকা সকলৰ চকুলো ওলাই আহিল আৰু ল’ৰাজনৰ হেণ্ডকাফ খুলি দিয়া হ’ল। চকুলো টুকি ওলাই অহা বিচাৰকজনৰ ফালে ল’ৰাজনে উভতি চাই থাকিল।

* এনে সিদ্ধান্ত ল’বলৈ আমাৰ সমাজ, সংগঠন আৰু আদালত সাজু হৈছেনে? *

* ভোকাতুৰ লোকে ৰুটি চুৰি কৰি থকা অৱস্থাত ধৰা পৰিলে সেই দেশৰ জনসাধাৰণে লাজ কৰিব লাগে।

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14) Aymara clásico

Jilpacha Positivo Ch’aman pachpa arunakax Theravada Tipitaka ukanx yatiyañaw wakisi kusisiñataki, suma jakasiñataki ukhamarak suman jakasiñataki taqi sociedades ukanakataki. Taqi Jueces del mundo 🌍 🌎 dirigirán y pasar ordenes a todos los religiosos p’iqinchirinakaru, yatiqañ utanakaru yapuchañataki Ch’uxña achunaka 🥦 🥕 🥗 ukhamaraki fruta 🍌 🍎 🍉 quqanaka 🍌 🌱 manq’at awtjañataki juk’ampi jan wali usunaka kunjamatixa arsuskixa mä Buda Uñstayata.

Wiñay Kusisiñ jikxatañatakix Qhipa Amtjama 🥅

Mä 15 marani mä waynaruw juchañchatäna.

Walja jaqinakaw aka americano juez ukan taripäwip uñxatasax jachapxäna ,,,,,,,

Akax tunka phisqhani marani yuqall wawa …. tienda ukan t’ant’a lunthatasiñatak katjata. Ukat guardian amparapat qhispiñ yantʼkäna ukhajja, tiendapan armariopas pʼakjarakïnwa.

* Uka juezajj kuna jan walinakansa uñjasi uk jisktʼasaw uka waynar jisktʼäna: “¿Cheqapunit tʼantʼa manqʼa lunthatapjjta?” * ukat .

Uka waynax qunt’asisinx “jïsa” sasaw jaysäna; - Ukaxa .

Juez: —¿Kunatsa?

Wayna: - “Manq’at awtjatäyätwa ukhamax munasiñajawa.”

Juez: —¿Kunatsa jan alañjama?

Wayna: - “Janiw qullqikiti.”

Juez: “¿Familiat alasispänti?”

Wayna: - “Utanx mamakiw utjañapa. Usutanaka ukat jan irnaqäwinïpki ukanaka.

Juez: —¿Kuns lurapxtaxa?

Wayna: - “Auto jariqañaxa yatitawa. Kunapachatï mamajar uñjañatak mä uru samarkayäta ukhajja, trabajot jaqsutätwa.

Juez: “¿Janit khitirus yanaptʼa mayipkta?”

Wayna: - “Alwat utat mistuwaytxa niya phisqa tunka (50) jaqiruw sarawayta ukat yanapt’a mayiraktwa ukampis janiw kuna yanapt’as utjkiti; Ukhama, nayax aka amtawix qhip qhipa lurañ amtawayta.

* Chʼaxwäwinakax tukusxäna ukhaxa, juezax juchañchañ qalltäna;

… “Mä manq’at awtjata yuqall wawat lunthatasiña ukat juk’ampirus t’ant’a lunthatasiñax wali p’inqa juchawa ukat taqiniw aka juchat juchanipxtanxa”.

* Tribunalankirinakajj sapa mayniw juchanïpjje, nayas juchanïpjjewa, ukhamajj sapa mayniw aka cheqan sapa maynir tunka dolaranak multa churapjje. Janiw khitis tunka dolaranak jan pagasax aka chiqat mistkaspati ”* .

Ukham sasinjja, juezajj bolsillopat tunka qollqe apsüna, uka pluma apsüna ukat ukarjamaw sutip qellqañ qalltäna.

- ‘Ukhamarakiwa, nayaxa waranqa qullqi multa tienda ukarux churarakïwa, manq’at awtjata wawar policía ukar katuyatapata.

‘24 horanak jan multa churapkani ukhajja, tribunalankirinakajj uka tienda sellapjjañapatakiw mayïna.’ Ukat manqʼat awtjata waynar demandapjjatapatjja, policiajj pachpa multampiw pagapjjarakini.

‘Tribunal ukankirinakajj uka waynaruw perdón mayipjje, kunattejj uka waynarojj multa taqpach churatapatwa’ sasa.

Uka juchañchäwi istʼasajja, tribunalan utjkäna ukanakajj nayranakapatwa jachaqtʼasïna, ukat uka waynan esposanakapas jistʼaratäjjänwa. Uka waynax wasitat uñch’ukiskäna uka juezaru, jupax jachaqt’asisaw mistunïna.

* ¿Jiwasan markasa, organizacionanakasa ukat tribunalanakasa ukham amtañatakix wakichtʼatäpachati? * ukat .

* Uka markankirinakajj manqʼat awtjata jaqen tʼantʼa lunthatasis katjapjjaspa ukhajja, phenqʼasipjjañapawa.

Manq’at awtjatax juk’amp jan wali kasta Usuñaw sasaw sartayat Budax säna
Taqi Sentiente ukat jan sentiente jan ukax jaqinakaw jan manq’at pist’añan jan walt’äwinïpkiti. Jupanakax janiw tribunales Jueces ukanipkiti. 👩 ⚖️ Taqini 🧑 ⚖️ 👨 ⚖️ Uraqpachan taripirinakax taqi yupaychäwinakamp chikaw jaqinakarux kamachipxañapa, manq’at pist’añar atipjañataki, manq’at awtjañataki.


15) Classical Azerbaijani- Klassik Azərbaycan,

15) Klassik Azərbaycan - Klassik Azərbaycan,

Theravada Tipitaka’nın ən müsbət güclü öz sözləri bütün cəmiyyətlər üçün xoşbəxtlik, rifah və sülh üçün təbliğ edilməlidir. Dünyanın bütün Hakimləri 🌍 🌎 Buddhakenin dediyi kimi aclığa qalib gəlmək üçün bütün dini rəhbərlərə, məktəblərə tərəvəz 🥦 🥕 🥗 və meyvə 🍌 🍎 🍉 bitki 🪴 🌱 yetişdirmək üçün göstəriş verməli və əmrlər verməlidirlər.

Son Hədəf kimi Əbədi Səadətə çatmaq 🥅

15 yaşlı oğlana qarşı cinayət işi.

Bu amerikalı hakimin hökmünü oxuyanda çoxları ağladı ,,,,,,,

Bu, on beş yaşlı oğlandır …. mağazada çörək oğurlayarkən tutulub. O, mühafizəçinin caynağından qaçmaq istəyəndə mağazanın şkafı da sınıb.

* Hakim cinayəti soruşdu və oğlandan soruşdu: “Doğrudan da hər hansı çörək və yemək oğurladınızmı?” *

Oğlan aşağı əyilib “hə” cavabını verdi; -

Hakim: “Niyə?”

Oğlan: - “Mən ac idim, ona ehtiyacım var”.

Hakim: “Niyə ala bilmirsən?”

Oğlan: - “Pul yoxdur”.

Hakim: “Ailədən alınmış ola bilərmi?”

Oğlan: - “Evdə ancaq ana olmalıdır. Xəstə və işsiz.

Hakim: “Bir şey etmisən?”

Oğlan: - “Maşını yumaq adətdir. Anama qulluq etmək üçün bir gün istirahət edəndə məni işdən çıxartdılar.

Hakim: “Heç kimdən kömək istəmədinmi?”

Oğlan: - “Səhər evdən çıxdım və təxminən əlli (50) nəfərin yanına getdim və kömək istədim, amma kömək olmadı; Ona görə də bu addımı sonuncu atmaq qərarına gəldim.

* Mübahisələr bitdikdən sonra hakim hökm oxumağa başladı;

… “Ac oğlandan çörək oğurlamaq və xüsusən də çörək oğurlamaq çox utanc verici cinayətdir və bu cinayətə görə hamımız məsuliyyət daşıyırıq”.

* Məhkəmədəki hər kəs, o cümlədən mən günahkar və günahkardır, ona görə də burada hər kəs on dollar cərimə olunur. On dollar vermədən heç kim buradan çıxa bilməz ”*

Hakim belə deyib cibindən on dollar çıxarıb qələmi götürdü və ona uyğun adı yazmağa başladı.

- ‘Həmçinin ac uşağı polisə təhvil verdiyim üçün mağazanı min dollar cərimə edəcəm.

‘Cərimə 24 saat ərzində ödənilməzsə, məhkəmə mağazanın möhürlənməsinə qərar verəcək.’ Həmçinin, aclıq çəkən oğlana qarşı iddia qaldırdığı üçün polis eyni məbləğdə cərimələnəcək.

‘Məhkəmə cərimənin tam məbləğini uşağa verdiyinə görə oğlandan üzr istəyir.’

Hökmü eşidən kimi məhkəmə zalında olanların gözlərindən yaş axdı, oğlanın qandalları açıldı. Oğlan gözləri yaşla çıxan hakimə baxdı.

* Cəmiyyətimiz, təşkilatlarımız və məhkəmələrimiz belə bir qərar verməyə hazırdırmı? *

* O məmləkətin xalqı ac adama çörək oğurlayarkən yaxalansa, utanmalıdır.

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İnsanlardan başqa bütün Sentient və qeyri-hisslilərin aclıq problemi yoxdur. Onların məhkəmələri, hakimləri yoxdur. 👩‍⚖️ Bütün 🧑‍⚖️ 👨‍⚖️ Dünya hakimləri aclığa qalib gəlmək üçün bütün dinlər də daxil olmaqla insanlara bütün dünyada qablarda tərəvəz və meyvə ağacları yetişdirməyi əmr etməlidir.


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