Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Dr. B.R.Ambedkar is the Father of nation, but not Gandhi. Why?

Assertion by:
Dr.Gurubux Singh, Ambedkarite
Sacramento, California, USA

Dr. B.R.Ambedkar is the Father of nation, but not Gandhi. Why?
In a realistic sense,India is not an independent country. India was sold to British by Gandhi and his followers under Indian Independence act 1947. When sovereignty of nation is sold, Gandhi cannot be claimed as Father of the nation. India’s entry in common wealth countries is not as Independent Indian nation, but as British dominion. So where is Independent Indian nation?
Indian politicians were so hungry for grabbing political power and chairs; they have done everything to fulfill their dreams and led to partition of the country and slaughtering millions of innocent people. Gandhi and Nehru was the player of the partition.
“Gandhi was simply an opportunist who grabbed the limelight in the multi-directional Indian independence movement. He was responsible for the partition of India, a feat that took away some 10 million innocent lives. He accelerated the execution of Bhagat Singh and others (Foremost Indian freedom fighters whom Gandhi denounced as violent revolutionists). He had supported the Hindu-Muslim riots in India by remaining passive to it. A notorious demon has been made a saint today.”criptsmacker

In fact India is still controlled by British rule, Under Indian Independence act 1947. That is how it explains in nutshell.

1) Two independent  dominions, India and Pakistan shall be set in India.
2) Both Dominions will be completely self-governing in their internal affairs, foreign affairs and national security, but the British monarch will continue to be their head of the state, represented by Governor –General of India and new governor- General of Pakistan.
“The Act's most important provisions were:
 The division of British India into the two new and fully sovereign dominions of India and Pakistan, with effect from 15 August 1947;

    The partition of the provinces of Bengal and Punjab between the two new countries;
    The establishment of the office of Governor-General in each of the two new countries, as representative of the Crown;
    The conferral of complete legislative authority upon the respective Constituent Assemblies of the two new countries;
    The termination of British suzerainty over the princely states, with effect from 15 August 1947, and recognized the right of states to accede to either dominion[4]
    The dropping of the use of the title "Emperor of India" by the British monarch (this was subsequently done by King George VI by royal proclamation on 22 June 1948).

The Act also made provision for the division of joint property, etc. between the two new countries, including in particular the division of the armed forces. It is a general impression that the Indian Independence Act 1947 is just an act that was passed by the British Parliament and if the same Parliament passes similar other act over-riding the act, India will become a part of the Britain. Thus, India is still a subject for British Parliament under Indian Independence Act, 1947.”

That is how India was sold by Gandhi; I am still bewildered that India named Gandhi as father of the nation. On the other hand he also divided Indian in to a castiest nation in the world.  Even Noble prize selection committee refused three times to honor Gandhi, because he was a racist.

On the other hand Dr. B.R.Ambedkar was a great scholar, thinker, nationalist, humanist, and educationist. We call him Father of Indian Constitution, and in fact he deserved to be more than that. He gave constitutional direction to nation, still world consider India as most democratic country. It was his vision that took India to such a great height and glory worldwide.

His broad vision on fundamental rights, human rights, affirmative action and voting rights to Indian women are notably commendable.  Even women in USA which is considered top most democratic country in the world did not enjoy exercising the right to vote at that time. American Africans were fighting on racial ground during 1967, whereas all minorities in India were enjoying legal rights during 1950.

The Fake credit to Gandhi as fake Father of the nation has been given by Hinduvata extremists just one section of India society, because he was a Hindu. He was an ultra-racist.  Just to read more about his views, check out the following link.

If we compare the circumstances, Gandhi, under whose jurisdiction India was portioned and sold to British and on other hand contribution of Dr. B.R.Ambedkar on creating a balanced National ruling frame work to run the country in right direction on firm moral, ethical and legal footing that all men are equal was a groundbreaking work. If we do comparative analysis between these two personalities                             Dr.B.R .Ambedkar deserves to be Father of India.

Dr. Gurbux Singh

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

We remember, respect and upheld the Works, Services and Values of Bheemarao Ramji Ambedkar and his teaching, the Father of Modern India and the Greatest Humanitarian of this 21st Century.

There is no parallel in India to this man Dr.Ambedkar, who stood for the Righteousness, for the right cause and for the right people. Unlike any Indian of this century, most of them are tainted, sexual weirdo's, corrupted, frauds and thieves, rapists and destroyed India's values, but Dr.Ambedkar stood Tall as the most Honest and wholesome man with impeccable human record, human values and dignity, he upheld Buddha's teachings before his Death. He is the Real India and his people are the Real Indians. Dr.Ambedkar did not just work for a section or part of the society, he brought the heterogeneous mess of India into One Under the Constitution of India.

Know Dr.Ambedkar, Know India
Know Buddha, Know Life

Without Buddha and Dr.Ambedkar, India would be a totally devastated & utterly 100% Corrupt Nation.

On this April 14 the Great Day of "Father of Modern India Dr.B.R.Ambedkar",
Let the World Know and Celebrate a Real Hero of Humanity

Monday, March 21, 2011

Indian Abraham Lincoln Dr.Ambedkar, the Real Father of Nation of India!

Assertion By 
Washington, DC, USA
Dear Mr. President,
Indian Lincoln Dr. Ambedkar—father of modern India and the Indian constitution, graduate of Columbia

University, Oxford-educated scholar, and the first law minister of India after its independence—was from a
Dalit community and so created constitutional rights for these poor people. This Indian constitution
guarantees equality, liberty, fraternity, and social justice; however, the subsequent state and federal
governments have utterly failed to protect Dalits by not following the constitutional codes.
 Every hour in India, two Dalits (untouchables of South Asia) are brutally assaulted.
 Every day, three Dalit women are raped, two Dalits are murdered, and two Dalit homes are
 37% of Dalits live below the poverty line in India.
 More than half (54%) of Dalit children are undernourished in India.
 85 per 1,000 children born in Dalit communities die before their first birthday.
 45% of Dalits do not know how to read or write in India.
 Dalit women bear double discrimination (gender and caste) in India.
 About one-third of Dalit households do not have basic facilities, such as toilets.
 90% of the villages do not have burial ground for the dead.
 There are more children forced into labor in India than throughout the whole world put together.
 Human trafficking and prostitution of poor people are rampant
(Source: Ministry of Welfare of the Government of India, Annual Report 1992–1993)
Crimes against Dalits increase yearly (135,771 cases were reported in 1999; 137,492 cases were
reported in 2000). More than 28,000 incidents of crime against scheduled caste/scheduled tribe (SC/ST)
Indians were committed in 2005, according to the National Crimes Records Bureau. There are numerous
massacres, and Dalit carnages take place under the nose of state governments and law enforcement
A recent study of untouchability in rural India that covered 565 villages in 11 states found the following:
 Public health workers refused to visit Dalit homes in 33% of villages.
 Dalits were prevented from entering the police station in 27.6% of villages.
 Dalit children had to sit separately while eating in 37.8% of government schools.
 Dalits did not get mail delivered to their homes in 23.5% of villages.
 Dalits were denied access to water sources in 48.4% of villages.
 Half of India’s Dalit children are undernourished and 21% are severely underweight.
 Literacy rates for Dalit women are as low as 37.8% in rural India.
Untouchability in schools has contributed to drop-out and illiteracy levels for Dalit children far beyond
those of the general population, with the “literacy gap” between Dalits and non-Dalits hardly changing
since India’s independence. Democracy does not mean anything to Dalits, as they are treated below
animals in Hindu society.
Dalit women, who alongside “tribal” women are the poorest of the poor in India, face double discrimination
on the basis of caste and gender in all spheres of life. They are subjected to gross violations of their
physical integrity, including sexual abuse by dominant castes, and are socially excluded and economically
exploited.The National Commission for Scheduled Castes has observed substantial under allocation and under
expenditure of the allocation for Dalit welfare and development under the government’s Special
Component Plan for Scheduled Castes. Dalits are subjected to bonded and forced labor and
discriminated against in a range of markets, including the labor, housing, consumer, capital, and credit
markets. They are paid lower wages and subjected to longer working hours and delayed wages. Verbal
and physical abuse takes place in broad daylight in public, at times in front of the police.
Dr. Ambedkar, who fought for civil rights struggle for abolishing caste and untouchability, made the new
India possible. Imagine an India that has no dalit/adivasi or minority participation in the administrative,
bureaucratic and knowledge structures. Imagine no dalit participation in the higher echelons of the nation
in this century.
As we know about Abraham Lincoln and Martin Luther King, Americans should also know about Dr. B. R.
Ambedkar. The Deekshabhoomi does not represent just Ambedkar’s idea of India but also the secular
Buddhist tradition of the nation.
The Bahujan communities (85%, Schedule Castes, Schedule tribes and other backward castes (OBC)
and minorities) would be happy if he also pays homage to Dr B R Ambedkar. This will make his visit a
historic event. As such, they are looking forward to your visit as he symbolizes the hope of freedom for
oppressed people across the world. As you emerged out of the historic struggles of the blacks in the US,
your visit could also inspire the movement for the abolition of caste, the Indian variety of slavery. Dr.
Ambedkar is the best historical link between the Indian oppressed communities and also the blacks of
Dr. Ambedkar was not only the father of the constitution of India but also the liberator of all oppressed
people. The ruling classes do see the similarities between Dalit-Bahujan struggles and the black struggles
the masses can make out that historical linkage.
The religious minorities also look up to Dr. Ambedkar as a Buddhist. Your visit to the Chaityabhoomi will
also attract global attention to Dr. Ambedkar’s legacy, life and philosophy.
India as a nation has the Buddhist cultural & tradition as Buddha was born/grew up and built his spiritual
and social Sangha system in India. No other icon than Dr. Ambedkar can represent that cultural heritage
in the modern period.
On behalf of the more than 260 million Dalits (untouchables of South Asia) who live in India, I plead to the
President of the United States— the leader on human rights issues and pioneer in protecting suffering
humans -— to honor the Indian Lincoln Dr. Ambedkar and to call on the leaders of India including Prime
Minister Manmohan Singh and ask them why pervasive human rights violations persist. As the President
of United States, I hope you feel the moral responsibility to protect the innocent and persecuted Dalits. I
am confident the U.S. government can do a lot to change the Indian administration and hope to see an
investigation into the gross violation of human rights. Dalits in India seek justice from the Indian
government under your tutelage.

Thank you.
Vivek Nirala
Washington DC

Sunday, November 28, 2010

Father of Nation of India

Assertion By Mr.A.Rathnam (Erimalai Rathnam, - Known as "Volcano" Rathnam)

Rtd Indian Airlines Manager, Chennai, India.


Before deciding on who should be the father of the Nation, let us prevail upon who deserves to be the Father of the Nation.
To come to a conclusion on this topic let us consider or contemplate morally, socially, economically, politically, and educationally the conditions that prevailed in India.[1]
            India is a vast country and many people of the world have invaded it such as the Mohammadens (Muslims), British people, Portuguese, French people and Dutch people invaded.   
            The Muslims came to India not only with ‘Koran’ but also with swords and spears won and ruled the country for more than seven-hundred (700) years and they were the settlers of India (they divided India and got Pakistan).
            The British people came to India with the ‘Bible’ and rifle, established their regime, which was here for more than three hundred years (as business people for 150 years and then as rulers). They plundered the wealth of the nation as the early settlers but also have done something in the field of education and civilization.  
            The Muslims and the British people developed their religion, Islam, and Christianity respectively. The people who have forgotten the history cannot create new history; we have to know something of the history and bring into existence and create the present history in accordance with the past.
            Here I would like to go to the Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro (which means mound or hill of the dead) which is a 4,000-year-old civilization along the banks of the Indus River (which is in Pakistan now). The people who lived in sturdy, brick houses and their valued culture – vanished without a trace in history until discovered by the British in the 1920’s.
            The Aryans who came to India with their Vedic culture, fire rituals, sacrifice, and so forth destroyed the civilization. Even the arrival of Muslims and British rulers never changed the Aryan culture of Sathurvarna system – Brahmins or Brahman, Shathriyas, Vaisyas and Sudras – called the caste system. The Caste System of Manu, the lawgiver of Aryan culture is ‘Manu Neethi’ (Justice of Manu).


            We know that India is a vast, great country. As great and old as India is, are the caste system with discrimination, degradation and humiliation of the human beings. They are still in practice in many regions in India and even today, they have a great impact on humanity. We say that there is ‘Unity in diversity’ but the caste system creates inequality, untouchability and many disadvantages in all walks of the life of the people. They still live in a deplorable condition. In the world we would find British People, Americans, Russian, Australian, Chinese, etc, etc but in India it is very difficult to find an Indian[2]. We could see Brahmins, Shakthriyas, Vysias and Shudhras; in addition to these four castes among the four castes system, we would find innumerable castes like Mudhaliyars, Vallalas, Naidus, Naikers, Gounders and Reddys. Even among the Scheduled castes, we can find many different castes and sub castes. One among the Hindu castes named as ‘Yadavas’ (in Tamil – Idaiyar – The people who raise cows and goats) filed a suit in the Madras High Court (Chennai). They demanded that one of the Hindu Gods Lord Krishna (so called Avatar of Lord Vishnu) should be pronounced as belonging to the Yadavas caste[3] since he was also raising cows. Thus, the caste system can be called as a “cancer” in India.     

Regionalism and Language:

            In most of the countries in the world, there is only one language or two. Even though there is more than one language, the official language is only one. However, in India the other monsters are regionalism and language. In India, there are nearly about thirty states and twenty-eight languages. If you come across any Indian and ask him ‘Who are you?’ the immediate reply is that ‘I am a Tamilian, or Bengali, Malayali, Kannadiga, Telugu, Gujarati or Marathi’. This means narrow mind of regionalism or affinity toward language, which breeds in fighting and forgetting that we are Indians first. We say that ‘we are the sons of the soil’. This kind of attitude will hamper the progress of the Nation.


            In this world, there is no nation or any humanity without religion. One thing we have to bear in mind is ‘Religion is for man and NOT man is for religion’.
            We know that from the history of the world that French Revolution, Russian Revolution and the Peasant Revolution had taken place. These revolutions had made a change in the lives of the people. Besides, there were religious renaissances and reformations. The main religion in the renaissance era was Christianity, then Islam, and then the earliest religions like Buddhism.
            In European religious wars and Renaissance Protestant Reformation had taken place in Christianity. In India, the Hindus too wanted a change in religion. What kind of change they wanted?  What was the out come of their religious war? Let us see.
            The Hindu religion has two divisions, one is Saivam – the worshippers of Shiva and the other is Vaishnavam – the worshipers of Vishnu.  In Vaishnavam, there are two sub divisions. One is “Vadakalai” literally called the ‘Northern Sect’ and other “Thenkalai” literally known as the ‘Southern Sect’. There is a difference of opinion between these sects and there has been a fight has been going for a long time. The main cause for the fight is whether to put the Vadakalai Namam or the Thenkalai Namam on the forehead of the temple elephant in Srirangam near Tiruchirapalli in Tamil Nadu, South India one of the holy temple sites for the Vaishnavas.
This dispute led them to file a case in the High Court of Chennai (erstwhile Madras). The judge gave a verdict that they have to put the Vadakalai Namam on the forehead of the elephant for six months and Thenkalai Namam at the back of the elephant alternatively. Hindu Religion is a disease, which spoils the nation to the core destroying any chances of nation building with this heterogeneous mess of Indian society.
To such a Nation is it possible to frame a constitution, which has to be accepted by all? I do not want to give an answer of my own to my own question?. Let me quote what Dr.Babasaheb said:
Once, Mr.M.O.Mathai.I.C.S the personal secretary of Mr.Nehru the Prime Minister of India and his friend Mr.Panikkar met at the residence of Dr.Amedkar. Mr.Mathai revealed that Dr Ambedkar is going to be included in the Cabinet as Law Minister. Ambedkar said: “You know that the Hindus wanted vedas (Mahaharatham) they called Vyasa; who was not a Brahmin.  The Hindus wanted Ramayana they called Valmiki; he is an Untouchable; now they want constitution and calling me. It is not a wonder. (Reminiscences of Nehru age, by M.O.Mathai).
            He is one of the greatest sons of India, Rational Thinker, Erudite Scholar, Editor and a Rhetoric Orator. He is also a Philosopher and an Anthropologist, Luminary in Law (London, Britain), Economist from Columbia University, NY, USA and an Iconoclast.
He is the revivalist of Buddhism in India. Many Universities gave him honorable doctorates. Most of all, he is the chief Architect and the Father of the Indian Constitution. He has been glorified as one of the best brains among the six brains[4] in the world during his time. He was the great son of India who understood the social, religious, economical, political and educational conditions in India. He wrote the Indian constitution and we can admire his greatness from the PREAMBLE to the Indian Constitution reproduced below:
WE, THE PEOPLE OF INDIA, having solemnly resolved to constitute India into a SOVEREIGN SOCIALIST SECULAR DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC and to secure to all its citizens:
JUSTICE, social, economic and political;
LIBERTY of thought, expression, belief, faith and worship;
EQUALITY of status and of opportunity;
and to promote among them all
FRATERNITY assuring the dignity of the individual and the unity and integrity of the Nation;
Hence, my conclusion is that Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar is not only the Father of the constitution and he ought to be the Father of the Indian nation!                                                          
Yours Fraternal,
A. Rathnam

[1] The Portuguese named India, for reference see the history of Tinneveli by Robert Caldwell
[2] Did you find an Indian? Ref, Verdict on India, by Beverley Nichols
[3] This has been quoted by Dr.Babasaheb Ambedkar in one of his writings and speeches and in his books
[4] Beverley Nichols, Verdict on India