Tag: Indian Casteism

Purushottam Khedekar – the man behind Maratha awakening..

“Muslims have no reason to feel guilty. Brahmins have plenty to feel guilty about. It were Brahmins who humiliated, harassed and conspired against Shivaji and finally killed him in the most mysterious manner,” says Purushottam Khedekar, founder of Shiv Dharma and a strong Maratha revolutionary. During the last twenty five years, Khedekar (62), a civil

Merit of reservations

Famous article by Kancha Ilaiah on Reservation.. Kancha Ilaiah (5 October 1952) is an Indian activist and writer. His books include Why I am not a Hindu, God As Political Philosopher: Budha’s challenge to Brahminism, A Hollow Shell, The State and Repressive Culture, Manatatwam (in Telugu), and Buffalo Nationalism: A Critique of Spiritual Fascism Click

Religion of slaves and of those who made them slaves can not be the same.

Religion Of Slaves and Of Those Who Made Them Slaves Can Not Be The Same.. (Marathi: गुलामांचा आणि गुलाम करणार्‍यांचा धर्म एक असू शकत नाही..) An Exposition of “Shivdharma” by Dr. A.H.Salunkhe (Translated from Marathi by Dr. K. Jamanadas) Read Here : Exposition Of Shivdharma..

Dalits rescued by Budhism slipping back to Hinduism!

I congratulate Dalit Voice for waking up the Bahujan Samaj in deep sleep. We are proud that a reputed organization from London, LISA, has taken note of the Editor’s strong movement and given you an International Award (DV June 16, 2005) Myself and crores of ShivDharmis are very much thankful to you for taking our

Marathas declare war on Brahminism!

Freedom is a pre-condition for the development of man. If a man is provided with all the luxuries of life but denied the freedom of thought and action, his life becomes meaningless. In this context the example of Ireland is worth noting. In 1914, the Protestant leader, Edward Karson, was asked by his fellow countryman,

Why Marathas hated Hinduism & embraced Shivdharma?

The declaration of Shivdharma has caused lot of agitation in the country, particularly in Maharashtra. Some theocrats say that Hindu religion is ancient and it was the religion of our ancestors. They want us to stay in Hinduism “after removing the obnoxious traditions and customs”. They say there is no need for a new religion.