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Five Questiions on Caste in INDIA

Five Questiions on Caste in INDIA

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Five Questions on Caste in India are explained and answered in practical form. Because Caste is unthinkingness which had lead to slavery culture in India. Answer is lying in the De-Caste Process as initialted by Mahanayak kanshiramji.
Five Questions on Caste in India are explained and answered in practical form. Because Caste is unthinkingness which had lead to slavery culture in India. Answer is lying in the De-Caste Process as initialted by Mahanayak kanshiramji.

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Published by: Parashuram R Ambedkar on Oct 28, 2008
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“Turn in any direction you like, Caste is the Monster that crosses your path. You cannot have Political Reform, you can not have Economic Reform, unless you kill this Monster.” 
 
--
Dr. BabasahebAmbedkar.
Jai Bheem
 Means
I Honour and Wish the Greatness in You.’
FiveQuestions
ON
The Caste
OR 
Culture of Castes
 
Projection By--
 Dheemant 
P R Ambedkar
Chief Coordinator 
Pay Back 
to the
Society Programme
C-4 / 207
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Natasha Enclave
, NIBM
 
Road,
Pune
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;
 
Ph: 020-26835230, M:9822406581
“There is only one period in Indian history, which is a period of freedom, greatnessand glory. That is the period of the Mourya Empire. At all other times the country suffered from defeat and darkness. But the Mourya period was a period whenChaturvarnya was completely annihilated, when the Shudras, who constituted themass of the people, came into their own and became the rulers of the country.” 
 
Pg-63
Governance of Ashoka The Great; By Thinking for welfare & prosper State.
 
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“Turn in any direction you like, Caste is the Monster that crosses your path. You cannot have Political Reform, you can not have Economic Reform, unless you kill this Monster.” 
 
--
Dr. BabasahebAmbedkar.
Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar on
Caste
and
 Education
 
"
There can, under these conditions, be no freedom that isworthwhile unless the mind is trained to use its freedom.(Giventhis fact) the right of man to education becomes fundamental to hisfreedom. Deprive a man of knowledge and you will make himinevitably the slave of those more fortunate than himself....deprivation of knowledge is a denial of the power to use liberty forgreat ends. An ignorant man may be free. ...(But) he cannot employhis freedom so as to give him assurance of happiness.
"
Pg-39 Vol -III
Education every one must have. Means of defence every onemust have. These are the paramount requirements of every manfor his self-preservation. How can the fact that his neighbour iseducated and armed, help a man who is uneducated and disarmed.The whole theory is absurd. These are the questions, which thedefenders of Chaturvarnya do not seem to be troubled about. Butthey are very pertinent questions. On account of theChaturvarnya they could receive no education.They could notthink out or know the way to their salvation. They were condemnedto be lowly and not knowing the way of escape and not having themeans of escape, they became reconciled to eternal servitude,which they accepted as their inescapable fate.
 
Pg
-70,
Vol-III
Although this may be true yet it cannot be difficult toseparate the essential and fundamental features of caste from itsnon-essential and superficial features. An easy way to ascertainthis is to ask,
What are the matters for which a person is liable to beexcluded from caste
’.
Pg-
142
The Social Organism of India, the play of its motive forces,is moreover, regulated infinitely more by customs, carryingaccording to locality and baffling is its complexity.
 
Pg-
131
 
The existence of a
 Prayaschita
and the absence of it have asignificance which must be clearly understood.
Pg-
143
A Caste may be defined as a Social group having a)Belief in Hindu Religion and bound by certain regulations as to b)Marriage, c)Food, d)Occupation. A social group having a Common Nameby which it is recognized.
Pg-
144
, Vol
-III
“There is only one period in Indian history, which is a period of freedom, greatnessand glory. That is the period of the Mourya Empire. At all other times the country suffered from defeat and darkness. But the Mourya period was a period whenChaturvarnya was completely annihilated, when the Shudras, who constituted themass of the people, came into their own and became the rulers of the country.” 
 
Pg-63
Governance of Ashoka The Great; By Thinking for welfare & prosper State.
 
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“Turn in any direction you like, Caste is the Monster that crosses your path. You cannot have Political Reform, you can not have Economic Reform, unless you kill this Monster.” 
 
--
Dr. BabasahebAmbedkar.
“Caste is a
notion
; it is
a state of the mind 
.The destruction of Caste does not mean thedestruction of a physical barrier. It means a
notional 
change
.
Then, Caste will cease to bean operative force.”
You will have to do two things: --
1.
To enlarge your minds, your vision,
 your capacity to think 
, your ability to solve problems;and
2.
To bring
that capacity
, that vision, that
ability to form judgement to bear upon the actual problems
,
which the vast mass of the people of this countryare facing today
.
Vol.17(III), Pg-377 
(Abstracted from Writing And Speeches of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar)
Five Questions on Castes are to be solved
 Probe must be a continuous process.
 
-- P R Ambedkar
1.What is Castes?2.Who has created the Caste?
3.
What was the Purpose to create theCaste, or the Culture of Castes? Or,the Purpose(s) to
maintain / strengthen
the elements of the Caste?4.Who can destroy/annihilate theCaste or the Culture of Castes?
“There is only one period in Indian history, which is a period of freedom, greatnessand glory. That is the period of the Mourya Empire. At all other times the country suffered from defeat and darkness. But the Mourya period was a period whenChaturvarnya was completely annihilated, when the Shudras, who constituted themass of the people, came into their own and became the rulers of the country.” 
 
Pg-63
Governance of Ashoka The Great; By Thinking for welfare & prosper State.
 
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