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Make me PM Write Down on the Wall was Dr. Ambedkar’s Sign ! Two Thousand Nine ! Will Be Mine ! - Says Ms Mayawati Bahen ! Now is all that you have! By voting to BSP, the Nation you save! Polling for Rajasthan assembly -Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) supremo and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati today said the UPA government can’t escape from its responsibilities on terrorist attacks in Mumbai, by resignation of Union Home Minister Shivraj Patil only …Young MPs respond to the Mumbai Tragedy-Ashok Kumar Rawat, MP - THIS December 6 — Dr Ambedkar’s death anniversary — may have a new meaning for actor-politician S Ve Shekher. The AIADMK’s Mylapore MLA may join the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) soon with the party supremo Mayawati not only ready to offer him a suitable post but also funds to ‘develop’ the party in the state, according to indications given by him.
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Chulalachomklao of Siam Pali Tipitaka, 1893, 39 Volumes Chulalachomklao of Siam Pali Tipitaka, 1893, Volume 1.
Chulachomklao of Siam Pāḷi Tipiṭaka, 1893, 39 Volumes, in the International Tipitaka Hall


World Tipiṭaka Edition in Roman Script
World Tipiṭaka Edition in Roman Script (40 volumes)

The Royal Coat of Arms of Siam during the Reign of King Chulachomklao
Cabinet No. 1/12 Pāḷi Tipiṭaka in Devanagari and Sinhala scripts
Cabinet No. 2/12 Pāḷi Tipiṭaka in Palm-leave manuscriptsCabinet No. 3/12 Pāḷi Tipiṭaka Commentary in Thai script
Cabinet No. 4/12 Pāḷi Tipiṭaka in Thai script in various editionsCabinet No. 5/12 Pāḷi Tipiṭaka in Thai script and its Pāḷi Commentary in Thai scriptCabinet No. 6/12 Pāḷi Tipiṭaka in Thai script and its Pāḷi Sub-Commentary in Thai scriptCabinet No. 7/12 Pāḷi Tipiṭaka in Thai translation with CommentaryCabinet No. 8/12 Pāḷi Tipiṭaka in Thai script and translation in Thai languageCabinet No. 9/12 Pāḷi Tipiṭaka in Thai script and its translations Cabinet No. 11/12 Commentary and Sub-Commentary of Pāḷi Tipiṭaka in Burmese script
Cabinet No. 11/12 Pāḷi Tipiṭaka in Burmese scriptCabinet No. 12/12 Pāḷi Text in Roman script and translation in English language
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Ashoka Maurya

Map of the Maurya Empire under Ashoka's rule.

Map of the Maurya Empire under Ashoka’s rule.

The Sanchi stupa in Sanchi, Madhya Pradesh established by emperor Ashoka in the third century BC.

The Sanchi stupa in Sanchi, Madhya Pradesh established by emperor Ashoka in the third century BC.

Fragment of the 6th Pillar Edicts of Ashoka (238 BC), in Brahmi, sandstones. British Museum.

Fragment of the 6th Pillar Edicts of Ashoka (238 BC), in Brahmi, sandstones. British Museum.
The Ashoka Chakra, featured on the flag of the Republic of India

Silver punch-mark coins of the Mauryan empire, bear Buddhist symbols such as the Dharmacakra, the elephant (previous form of the Buddha), the tree under which enlightenment happened, and the burial mound where the Buddha died (obverse). 3rd century BC.


Silver punch-mark coins of
the Mauryan empire, bear Buddhist symbols such as the Dharmacakra,
the elephant (previous form of the Buddha), the tree under which
enlightenment happened, and the burial mound where the Buddha died
(obverse). 3rd century BC.

Distribution of the Edicts of Ashoka and Ashokan territorial limits.

Greek Late Archaic style capital from Patna (Pataliputra), thought to correspond to the reign of Ashoka, 3rd century BC, Patna Museum (click image for references).

Bilingual edict (Greek and Aramaic) by king Ashoka, from Kandahar - Afghan National Museum. (Click image for translation).

Bilingual edict (Greek and Aramaic) by king Ashoka, from Kandahar - Afghan National Museum. (Click image for translation).

Ashokan Pillar at Vaishali

Ashokan Pillar at Vaishali

This is the famous original sandstone sculpted Lion Capital of Ashoka preserved at Sarnath Museum which was originally erected around 250 BCE atop an Ashoka Pillar at Sarnath. The angle from which this picture has been taken, minus the inverted bell-shaped lotus flower, has been adopted as the National Emblem of India showing the Horse on the left and the Bull on the right of the Ashoka Chakra in the circular base on which the four Indian lions are standing back to back. On the far side there is an Elephant and a Lion instead. The wheel

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Symbol- BSP -Bahujan Samaj Party, India

Make me PM
Write Down on the Wall was Dr. Ambedkar’s Sign !

Two Thousand Nine !

Will Be Mine !

- Says Ms Mayawati Bahen !

Now is all that you have!

By voting to BSP, the Nation you save!

Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) supremo and Uttar
Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati today said the UPA government can’t
escape from its responsibilities on terrorist attacks in Mumbai, by
resignation of Union Home Minister Shivraj Patil only …


Polling for Rajasthan assembly

Jaipur, Dec 4 (IANS) Polling to elect a 200-seat
Rajasthan assembly began Thursday morning amid tight vigil by policemen
following heightened security concerns in the wake of the Mumbai terror
attacks.

“The voting began at 8 a.m. at 42,212 polling
stations spread across the state. We have made elaborate security
arrangements for peaceful polls,” an election official here told IANS.

Over 8,400 polling stations have been declared sensitive and security has been beefed up in these areas.

Over 36 million people, including 17.2 million women, are eligible
to vote. There are 2,193 candidates, including 154 women, in the fray.

The Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) is fighting 199 seats.

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati’s BSP has made a
dent. The party had won only two of the 124 assembly seats it contested
in 2003. However, it increased its vote percentage from 2.17 percent in
1998, when it fought for the first time in the state, to 3.98 percent
in 2003. As per Three Baskets Study circle BSP will win more than 100 seats.

Young MPs respond to the Mumbai Tragedy-Ashok Kumar Rawat, MP

Ashok Kumar Rawat, MP
Misrikh, Uttar Pradesh
Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP)

This is serious political crisis. We should stand above our petty party considerations.

The
kind of coverage the media was providing was against the security
operation and safety of the people. Indeed, the media is right to
highlight the irresponsible remarks of one or two politicians, but at
the same time the media should also try to report the cooperation of
other people and the steps taken by the government, like the
resignations of ministers.

It is democracy which gives people
the choice to select and vote for the right leaders. It is easy to
blame the system, but there is a very low percentage of voting in our
country – only 50-60 percent.
Politicians are not from outside society; they come from the same backgrounds as the ordinary people.
The need of the hour is to develop a broad consensus on political,
civil society and media level. There must be mandatory induction of all
citizens in certain military training
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THIS December 6 — Dr Ambedkar’s death anniversary — may have a new meaning for actor-politician S Ve Shekher.

The AIADMK’s Mylapore MLA may join the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) soon with the party supremo Mayawati not only ready to offer him a suitable post but also funds to ‘develop’ the party in the state, according to indications given by him.

“Yes. Mayawati’s party people have spoken to me. I will be meeting Mayawati also. The party is giving 25-30 per cent of the seats to Brahmins. If that be the case. I will consider it (offer) definitely,” he told Express.

It is not surprising that Shekher is considering Mayawati’s offer seriously. His total isolation within the AIADMK was fully evident in the recent Assembly session. It had
reached a stage where he had begun to feel that he was “a right person in the wrong place.”
Hence, he is now ready to move on.

“Brahmins are being neglected in society and the Aboriginal Inhabitants of Jambudvipa, that is the Great Prabuddha Bharath (SC/STs) are shunned. So, both communities will join hands,’ he said.

“It has been a successful experiment in Uttar Pradesh. It has set a good example of communal harmony in that state. I want
that to spread throughout the country, ” Shekher said.

“I think the move will help my community. I am going to unite the Brahmins and the Aboriginal Inhabitants of Jambudvipa, that is the Great Prabuddha Bharath (SC/STs) and together, we can jointly fight for our rights “Shekhar said.

On when things will take shape, he said: “After Guru Peyarchi — December 6. Change of place it says.”
The actor, who has been aspiring for a Rajya Sabha seat for long, said he hoped to be in Delhi soon. Via UP? “UP
means ‘up’” he quipped.

CURTAINS may soon come down on the four-year stint of theatre
personality S Ve Shekher in the AIADMK. Things have gone from
bad to worse for him in the party and he has lost his peace of mind,
he says.

The last straw seems to have been the treatment meted out to
him during the recent Assembly session. “My party colleagues behaved like school students who had been instructed not to talk to
me. Even while distributing slips, they bypassed me. It was childish,” he said.

His biggest grievance is that he has not been given a chance to meet party chief J Jayalalithaa to
clarify his stand. This in spite of his unswerving loyalty to her, he said.

“I joined the party when it was at its nadir in 2004. In the Lok  Sabha elections that year, the AIADMK was completely whitewashed in all 40 constituencies.

When the results came out, that morning I met Jayalalithaa and
gave her a letter that I wanted to join the party under her leadership,” he told the Express.

“Before I joined the party, I met her more than 20 times, after joining some four or five times and
after I became an MLA probably twice. So, if I leave the party may be I will start meeting her again,”
he quipped.

The first cracks in their ties appeared when he shared a platform
with DMK leader Dayanidhi Ma ran at an international film festival in 2006, he said. And refusing
to remove pictures from his house of his father and children receiving mementoes from DMK chief
Karunanidhi did not bring him closer to the party leadership.

But the biggest blow was when Jayalalithaa did not attend the
wedding of his daughter. “It was not an insult to me personally but
to a party MLA. I was told she was also upset with the photograph of
the Kanchi seer Jayendra Saraswati at the venue. But that was a
family decision. He is our guru.”Asked whether all this was an indication that his party wanted
him to quit, he said: “They have
already thrown me out by not inviting me to any meeting or function. But I am hesitant to resign because the seat was given by ‘Madam’, but the verdict was given by the people.” On his recent “courtesy calls” to Chief Minister Karunanidhi, he said he had gone to invite him for a film festival. “If he attends the
festival, I will welcome him. I don’t think I committed any mistake by calling on him. Two years ago, I would have felt guilty. But

now there is no hesitation.” But then why should the BSP be an option? “Because Brahmins and Aboriginal Inhabitants of Jambudvipa, that is the Great Prabuddha Bharath (SC/STs) can join hands. It has been a successful experiment in Uttar Pradesh. It has set a good

example of communal harmony in that state. I want that to spread through out the country. I am going to unite the Brahmins and the Aboriginal Inhabitants of Jambudvipa, that is the Great Prabuddha Bharath (SC/STs) and together we can jointly fight for our rights. It will lead to social reformation and profound changes after some years,” he said.


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Our
aspiration in life is to see entire people triumph over the suppressive
forces of ignorance, un-satisfactoriness, hatred, anger, jealousy,
delusion, superstition (false religious teaching) and tyranny.
Therefore, we have sworn to confront these influences wherever they
arise. Being spellbound for thousands of years is long enough! In our
age, the battles for freedom and supremacy are being waged on the
mental planes. In order to fulfill prophecy and emerge victorious, we
must be armed with an over standing of our origins, history and the
machinations of those who conspire against us. Any part that we can
play in such a revolution of consciousness is our willing service to a
resurgent Pure Land.

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