vinaya rakkhita wrote:
Baba Saheb Ambedkar, the prophet of Buddhism has said :
1. The world history emphasises on this proposal that political
revolutions have taken place after the social and religious
revolutions. The following events prove this :
(I) After the Religious revolution of Lord Christ the Christians
established their political power. THE CHRISTIAN SANGH CAME INTO EXISTENCE IN
THE WORLD - CHURCHES ARE POWER CENTRES OF CHRISTIAN SANGH-through which the
christianity is ropagated throughout the world and in this way CHRISTIAN
EMPIRE goes forth on the earth.
(II) The religious reformative movement started by Luther Martin king was
the political libration movement of the Europeans. The political freedom
established due to this PURITONISM in the England.
(III) The religious movement also won the America’s freedom struggle. The
Puritonism established the new world. By the motivation with the success
of this movement,the Black people of America established their BLACK CHURCHES
to gain their social and political rights - THESE CHURCHES ARE POWER CENTRES OF
BLACKS SANGH - through which they got unprecedented success in every walk of
the life. Luther Martin Kind -II and many other prominent persons were the
products of these churches.
(IV) This is also true with the Islam. Before gaining the political power the
ARABS were passed through the total religious revolution led by PROPHET
MUHAMMAD.THE MUSLIM SANGH CAME INTO EXISTENCE IN THE WORLD - MOSQUES ARE POWER
CENTRES OF MUSLIM SANGH- through which Islam is propagated world wide and in
this way ISLAMIC EMPIRE goes forth on the earth. The Muslim kings were the
protectors of the religion- they used to express their hearty gratitude
towards Prophet Muhammad by building grand mosques. They were loyal to the
Prophet and earnest to the religion.
(V) Likewise Guru Nanak had done social and religious revolution before the
political revolution of the Sikhs. THE SIKH SANGH CAME INTO EXISTENCE INDIA -
GURUDWARAS ARE POWER CENTRES OF SIKH SANGH. Due to the power of this Sangh they
are the ruler in Panjab state of India permanently.
2. Even the Indian history supports this thing too. Lord Buddha had
produced religious revolution in India before the political revolution
started by CHANDRA GUPT MAURYA - BUDDHIST SANGH CAME INTO EXISTENCE IN THE
WORLD - BUDHHA VIHARAS ARE POWER CENTRES OF BAUDDHA SANGH- through which
Buddhism is propagated across the world and in this way BUDDHIST EMPIRE goes
forth on the earth.
3. Religion has three worldly aims ( Dhamma too ):
(I) To evolve the EMPIRE - that is why every religion is always ready for
(II) Ethics - Acting Right in coincidence with sacraments.
(III) Industry - to provide employment on large scale to their followers.
4. The religion is always a source of might as well as political power.
Therefore Baba Saheb gave us the way to be ruler by embracing Buddhism -
CREATED OUR OWN SANGH - BUDDHA VIHARAS WILL BE POWER CENTERS OF OUR SANGH.
Thus building Buddha Viharas is the only way to express our sincere gratitude
towards Baba Saheb. Thus BUDDHA VIHAR IS ESSENTIAL TO CARRY FORWARD BABA
5. It is our loop ignorance that instead of building of our own Sangh , we
are strengthning other’s Sangh day and night. And as a result, suffering
from immense povery, atrocities and disrespect.
Year -4, April-2008
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BSP is friend of Muslims: Siddiqui
By Our Staff Reporter
Bhopal, Aug 31:
The Bahujan Samaj party Bhopal district President I S Maurya told that
Muslim brotherhood committee of the party on Sunday organised a meeting
in the premises of Government Higher Secondary Habibia School.
meeting was attended by Nasimuddin Siddiqui, a cabinet colleague of
Chief Minister Mayawati and national general secretary of Bahujan Samaj
on the occasion, he aid that Rajeev Gandhi of Congress party had
ordered to open the lock of Babri mosque, which resulted riots between
Hindu and Muslim and the advantage was taken by the saffron BJP party.
said that political parties are using Muslims as their vote bank to
form their government, and once they come to power, they do nothing for
the Muslim population.
said that Bhartiya Janta Party formed its government in UP while making
false promise to build Ram temple, but they failed to keep the promise.
They have deceived people, he lambasted.
Bahujan Samaj Party has formed the government under the leadership of
Mayawati who has given equal participation to the members of Muslim
only purpose of my life is to bring Muslim brothers and sisters to join
the party under leadership of BSP supremo Mayawati.
special guest of the meeting Dharma Prakash Bharatiya MLA and MP BSP in
charge told that BSP will form its Government in Dec 2008 and in Centre
in May 2009.
meeting was presided over by the district president of Bahujan Samaj
Party R S Maurya. On this occasion Sanjeev Saksena, Dr Somwanshi, Dr
Sharma, Govardhan Ahirwar, Khushhal Singh Kushwah, Chhotelal Ahirwar,
Brajesh Gupta, Dr Sukhdeo Singh, Haji Sharif etc were present.
Jaipur, Sept 1 (ANI): The Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) today released
its list of 155 candidates for the Assembly polls in Rajasthan and 13
for Lok Sabha elections.
The list included the name of Jagat Singh, son of former External Affair Minister K. Natwar Singh.
Bharatiya Janata Party’’s (BJP) rebel MLA Madan Mohan Singhal also got a ticket.
He is being fielded from Kama Assembly constituency, said BSP general secretary Dharamveer Singh Ashok to reporters.
Yashwant Ramu, former independent MLA has been given ticket from
Nadbai seat. Shashi Dutta, former minister in Shekhawat government, and
former MLA Bhanjibhai have been given the tickets from Hindon and
Banswara Assembly seats respectively.
The list of remaining 45 Assembly constituencies would be declared soon, said Ashok.
The names of two sitting BSP MLAs, Murarilal Meena of Bandikui
constituency and Suresh Meena of Karauli constituency, does not figure
in the list.
However the seats have been kept open for them, said Ashok.
The 12 Lok Sabha candidates are: Vijay Peshwani from Jaipur city,
Haji Abdul Gaffar from Alwar, Bharat Singh Tanwar from Sikar, Dr. Padam
Singh from Bharatpur, Hattiram Yadav from Dholpur Karauli, Sitaram
Meghwal from Ganganagar, Vedprakash Gujjar from Tonk Swaimadhopur,
Harish Bhati from Bhilwara, Rajesh Kumar Agarwal from Churu, Manoj
Yadav from Ajmer, Lalji Bhai from Banswara and Mithalal Jain from
The Assembly poll is scheduled later this year while the general election will be held next year. (ANI)
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Financial assistance for 100 more madrassas in UP
Submitted by Mudassir Rizwan on 1 September 2008 - 11:54am.
Lucknow : The Uttar Pradesh government is considering providing
financial assistance to 100 more madrassas, according to informed
Chief Minister Mayawati is likely to soon approve a grant of Rs.180
million (Rs.18 crore) for 100 seminaries in the state, they said.
At present, there are 360 seminaries that are financially assisted
by the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) government. Annually, the government
spends around Rs.1.15 billion (Rs.115 crore) on these madrassas.
Noted Muslim clerics met Mayawati July 2 and urged her to include more seminaries on the grant list.
“It is heartening for us that Mayawati has paid heed to our demands
and is considering to allocate budget for more seminaries,” Maulana
Khalid Rasheed Firangi Maheli, naib imam of Eidgah Aishbagh, told IANS
The move will uplift Muslim educational standards, he said.
Uttar Pradesh has over 1,900 madrassas recognised by the state
Madrassa Education Board. Around 170,000 students study in these
seminaries - the figure being highest among all Indian states.
Majority of these madrassas are dependent on the funds raised by Muslims.
Deve Gowda upbeat about Third Front
LUCKNOW: Janata Dal (Secular) president and former Prime Minister
H.D. Deve Gowda on Monday said the Third Front would take shape before
the next Lok Sabha elections. Mr. Gowda said there was no option,
before the parties opposed to the policies of the Congress and the
Bharatiya Janata Party, but to come on a common platform. He said a
political alternative was a certainty before the next general elections.
Addressing a regional convention of the Uttar Pradesh unit of the
JD(S) here, he lauded Chief Minister Mayawati and the people of the
State for giving a stable government after a gap of 17 years. Stating
that the agriculture sector was on the verge of collapse, Mr. Gowda
said the BJP and the Congress were committed to the western economic
policies and they would not change them as they were under U.S.
He said the NDA government led by Atal Bihari Vajpayee and the
Manmohan Singh government claimed that considerable progress had been
made, but the fact was that there was all-round deterioration.
Mr. Gowda said the recent World Bank report revealed that poverty
and unemployment increased and migration to cities become more marked
after the farm sector crisis.
He said malnutrition and farmers’ suicide had emerged as major
problem areas with 52 per cent of the population under-nourished and
suffering from poverty. He warned that the country might soon face the
problem of food security.
Unless the economic policies were revised, the farm sector would not
be able to progress, Mr. Deve Gowda said. He slammed the government for
ignoring the rural sector and said U.S.-dictated policies could not be
a solution to the problems confronting the country.
He assailed the Orissa and UPA governments for their failure to
control the situation in Orissa, where “Christians have been subjected
On the Amarnath land controversy, Mr. Gowda said the moves of some
parties to separate Jammu and the Kashmir valley now threatened to
divide the nation.
Talking to reporters after the convention, Mr. Gowda reiterated his
support to Ms. Mayawati as leader of the Third Front. Since it had not
yet taken shape, the issue of leadership would be decided by the
leaders of the Left and other parties. “The Janata Dal (S) is not a big
force,” he stated.
Mr. Deve Gowda said he had told all the leaders that the front must
address the sufferings of the masses. He refused to comment on the
Samajwadi Party president and “old friend” Mulayam Singh joining hands
with the Congress.