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EV Ramasamy's ideologies have been a great pillar of Dravidian politics in Tamil Nadu. He fought for social parity and is an esteemed leader across party lines.


EV Ramasamy, widely known as Thanthai Periyar ,was born on September 17, 1879 in Erode. Popularly regarded as the father of the Dravidian Movement, Periyar is the founder of the self-respect movement. E.V. Ramasamy's ideologies have been a great pillar of Dravidian politics in Tamil Nadu. He fought for social parity and is an esteemed leader across party lines.

Floral tributes were paid to the founder of the Dravidian movement on his 142nd birth anniversary on September 17, 2020.

 

Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu Edappadi K Palaniswami garlanded the Periyar statue on the arterial Anna Salai at Pillaithottam on behalf of the territorial administration. Leaders of various political parties including AIADMK, DMK and VCK too joined the commemoration event by garlanding the Periyar statue.

Deputy Chief Minister O Panneerselvam along with other senior ministers marked the occasion. Rich tributes are paid to the late leader by decorating and garlanding his portrait. DMK President MK Stalin also paid respect to Periyar.

Chief Minister Tamil Nadu Edappadi K Palaniswami shared a post to mark the occasion.

 

 



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"After we have struggled and got laws enacted for us, the Brahmin will take control of the courts" - Periyar E.V. Ramasamy. The iconoclast who shook Brahminism to the core through #SelfRespect. #HBDPeriyar142
 
 
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Founder of Self-Respect Movement & the Father of the Dravidian Movement, #Periyar was one of the strongest proponents against caste & gender inequality & discrimination. A beacon of rationalism & self-respect, he inspires countless struggles against marginalisation even today.
 
 
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Opinion: Every day of Periyar’s public career was spent for Tamil humanity

Critics make out Periyar to be less than what he is while his followers consider him infallible and worship him, writes R Kannan.

 
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EV Ramasamy (EVR), popularly known as ‘Periyar’, was the only other rationalist who could command a following like Gautama Buddha. But unlike the Buddha, the unpolished EVR often proved offensive and personal to a section.

 

 

There is plenty to pick and choose from his 80-year public career to paint him either as hateful or high-minded. His methods were so crude that in 1957 then Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru considered ‘primitive’ and ‘most barbarous’ his act of burning the Constitution to show that it had not done enough to eradicate caste. Nehru suggested that Periyar be banished. Earlier, in 1953 he had smashed Ganesh idols and in 1971 in Salem his followers beat the images of Lord Ram with chappals in a procession led by Periyar, causing the then DMK government much discomfort.  

Reposing his faith in science, invention and technology, Periyar worked tirelessly to create a clinically egalitarian society that would reach the acme of human potential. Taking on caste, he threw the baby with the bath water singling out Hinduism and the Brahmin as the malaise. “Till the stones of the temple, the temple and its gods exist, our lowliness and degradation will be permanent,” he posited. Despite this, he considered conversion ‘a very disgraceful thing’ but plumped for Islam and Christianity, sympathetic to their apparent egalitarianism. He would have equally been disgusted with any form of radicalism today for he began his speeches thus: 

 

 

“He who created God is a fool

He who propagates God is a scoundrel

 

He who worships God is a barbarian.”

Critics make out Periyar to be less than what he is while his followers consider him infallible and worship him. EVR was no avatar. If he was seized by paroxysms of the moment, he also equally braved insults, revulsion and even violence to take his lofty message to a people yet unprepared for him. It was, to put it mildly, a hugely thankless task.

While his atheism failed to take off, the revolution he sowed – equality, education, equalizing reservations – has borne rich fruits enabling upward mobility for millions of men and women. Periyar dismissed meritocracy as a fraud. He was positive that Adi Dravida leaders like MC Rajah and R Veeraiyan were as qualified as CP Ramasamy Iyer and reservations will help them reach such high positions as the Brahmins. Time has mostly vindicated him. But he would have also agreed that endless reservations were counter-productive and some have gamed the system. It is no surprise that profanity notwithstanding, he commanded followers, who much like the kamikaze, were willing to give their life for their leader.    

His followers in the DMK turned public speaking to an art and a profession. Periyar spoke in a simple colloquial and engaging manner reaching the last man. He spawned a new breed of leaders from very modest backgrounds.

He was convinced that power and honesty cannot go hand in hand. His successors have largely proved him right. Similarly, “Can mice expect freedom from cats?” he wondered advising women not to expect men to give their rights. On the Kural couplet that a woman could summon rain if she worshipped her husband and not gods, he wondered if Thiruvalluvar would have penned so if he were a woman.  The pending Women's Reservation Bill, 2008 reserving a third for women in the Lok Sabha and legislatures speaks volumes on the unity of men to deny women their due. 

Periyar believed that the British and his work ‘have reduced the hegemony of Aryan culture.’ It has to some extent. Tamil Nadu, is largely free of caste masquerading as family name. Also, since his agitation in the 1950s no eatery gawkily sports ‘Brahmin Coffee and Meals Hotel’ as its attribute or name. The cooks he used for his conferences were ‘polluting’ and his defiance opened doors for many lower castes in these professions and even in priestly duties in non-Brahmin life cycle events. However, elections and weddings show the vibrancy of caste. Let us be clear: most Tamils are not opposed to caste per se. They would all like to be ‘high caste’ to avoid the remnant indignities of being ‘low caste’. Yet the profusion of the lower classes in the professions, services and education and many top notch at that is heartening. The inability of the Dravidian revolution to equally touch all the subaltern is clear with the Dalits and the Vanniyars. Equally clear is the power of economic mobility to confer social acceptability over a period on castes that hovered on the periphery. 

A pragmatic Periyar judged all things for their egalitarianism and utilitarianism. Unlike his disciples, he had little patience for Tamil history, literature or nationalists. Revealing Tamil’s inadequacies, he saw redemption in English, making the somewhat hilarious recommendation to converse in English even with one’s domestic help.

Ironically, Periyar’s arrival in the 1920s would catapult the confined Tamil revivalist struggle to exponential levels. Saiva Siddanthists had pitched for Tamil worship and Maraimalai Adigal’s pure Tamil movement had begun the purge of Sanskrit loan words. This consciousness would see Shankaranthi become Pongal and later Thamizhar Thirunaal (Tamils’ Festival) with publisher Namasivayam Mudalia beginning the practice of celebrating Pongal as Thamizhar Thirunaal using the occasion to thank his writers. 

 

 

In 1946, Ma. Po. Sivagnanam’s Tamilarasu Kazhagam popularized the day as Tamil self-determination day with support from Kamaraj and others but not EVR or Anna. Hoisted at their own petard of a single south Indian entity or Dravida Nadu, the Dravidar Kazhagam would instead celebrate it as Dravidar Thirunaal. Anna’s DMK marked Pongal from 1950 and later Thamizhar Thirunaal. 

But then Periyar did not have to mark a day as Thamizhar Thirunaal. Every day of his public career was spent for the Tamil Humanity.  

R Kannan is the senior political officer with the UN in Darfur, in Sudan. He is also the biographer of Anna.

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Who is E.V Ramasamy Periyar? Why is he the Father of Tamil Nadu?
 
 
 

The earliest recall of E. V Ramasamy as the Periyar is in Pudumaippithan’s short story, ‘Puthiya Nandan’. The story appeared in a literary journal that gave space for new narratives. Ramasamy earned the trust throughout Tamil Nadu as the social reform activist who opposed Brahminism and reinstalled the Tamilian pride.

Born in the then Madras presidency to a Kannada businessman, he joined the Congress party early he also didn’t wait for long before exiting. He believed the Congress party was dominated by Brahmins and he had dedicated his life in promoting the acceptance and pride of lower castes. He built his own party called the Dravidar Kazhagam party, which is called to be the inspiration behind most political parties crusading the Tamilian pride movement.

The Periyar used a strong voice to criticize the Hinduism structure, saying it favours the Brahmins. He believed the conversion of Dalits to Islam and Christianity was the only way to escape the institutionalized and religious casteism of Brahminical oppression. Ramasamy's thoughts also did not align with Mahatma Gandhi. He criticised Gandhi for not actively cracking down on the Brahminical structure and privileges.

 

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Periyar has led several movements in his lifetime for the betterment of Dalit communities and the systematic oppression of Brahmins. He instigated the self-respect movement for Dalits and lowers caste people to generate pride and respect in themselves and the community. He fought for the rights of Dalits to enter temples in Kerela.

The movement that gained nationwide uproar was his rejection of Hindu idols. He infamously led the movement to demolish and break Hindu religious idols. He is credited as the starter of the anti-Hindi movement. He recognized to be one of the instruments of the Brahmins to exert their privileges over Dalits.

Ramasamy is considered as an unforgiving and radical icon of the anti-caste movement and Tamilian Pride movement. His actions have led the fight for self-respect and pride amongst Tamilians across the world. In recent times, the online voices speaking against the imposition of Hindi as one national language is strong and resonates the pride he instilled in Tamil Nadu.

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Direct result of discrimination on the basis of caste...

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Direct result of discrimination on the basis of caste...

Must have waged lost battle...
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eena followers ey great sri rangam pandu ranga swamy temple lo poyi alayam lo cheppula dhanda vesaru
daniki response ga .. state lo periyar statues ki cheppula dandalu padathane untayi ..
father of TN aa bonga
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Daughter ni marriage chesukunnadu eeyana thoo
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Periyar on Malayali woman

https://twitter.com/realitycheckind/status/1306570449854304256?s=20
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ha ha... an ideology long dead..

It helped to dethrone brahmins and give power to agrarian castes... 

It didn't eliminated the religion, discrimination against SCs (infact it increased more)

It became a tool for missionaries...

Basic ga it followed the trend of India where the political power has transfered from the hands of Brahmans to other agrarian castes.. 

but still UP is more progressive with respect to this caste mobilization where a dalit had became the CM on her own merit.. ( i dont think we can ever see this in south)


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Periyar on Malayali woman

https://twitter.com/realitycheckind/status/1306570449854304256?s=20

edho royal family ni ante total malayali woman ni dinchesav kada neee comment lo
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Edo chedam anukoni...hindu gods medha edavadam thappa em cheyale
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ee roje na? enti modi and periyar oke roju puttara?
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edho royal family ni ante total malayali woman ni dinchesav kada neee comment lo


Royal family woman malayali woman kaada, leda royal woman kabatti emaina anocha?
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This was Periyar's speech against VK Krishna Menon's (Nehru's confidant) suggestion to unite South India into a single state called "Dakshin Pradesh."

"Malayalees are bastard sons of Brahmins .Tamil Brahmins & Malayaless look out for each other, they conspire against Tamils and divide the spoils between them"

"Malayaless and brahmins are basically the same, they are both cunning and manipulative.The worst parasitic class who live off Tamils.We Tamils suffer under Brahmin-Malayali parasitism"

"Malayalees have influence in Delhi. They have Nehru in their pocket.Nehru dances to their tunes,now the cunning Malayalees are stirring things up with their demand for Dakshin Prdeash [united south state]. Why are they asking for Dakshina Pradesh?"

"They[Malayalees] ask for Dakshin Pradesh because they a have small country. They breed like rats. Their population density is not in proportion to their land. So they prefer to emigrate out. They are pathetic. Why should we Tamils bear the brunt of it"

"Malayalees are cut throats, They will slit our throats and drink our blood. We Tamils are already suffering badly under a group of wily foxes [read brahmin], in addition to that we can deal with these jackals [Read Malayali]"

"Paarpans[Brahmins] do not have a care in the world about Malayalee domination in our land. Why would he care? Malayalees are after all bastard sons of brahmins and they dance to the tunes of paarpans. In a way ,Malayalee culture is similar to Paarpan's "

"Paarpan and Malayalis look out for each other.And they a lot in common. For instance, we see this even today take any, take any job a Malayali, just like a brahmin, would ensure that Tamils do not climb up the ladder. Between them,they divide the spoils"

" Malayalis just like paarpans have occupied all the jobs in our land. When we ask where are the jobs for "non-brahmins" , the paarpans cleverly point to the Malayalis.This holds trjue for all jobs either paarpan or Malayalis occupy it,Tamils get a raw deal"

"Malayali men do not inherit property. They somehow educate their children like Paarpans and come to our country searching for jobs.Can't they go to the Andamans? Why are they sucking our blood?Malayalis have no shame"

"This is why I warned Democracy is dangerous.The day we do away with democracy ,we can heave a sigh of relief. In the name of democracy Paarpans, Malayalis and North Indians brazenly conspire against Tamils"

"For 1000s of years we have been dancing to their (brahmin) tunes, now they want us to join Dakshin Pradesh. I would not sit simply, I request you to protest against this"

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http://www.chelliahmuthusamy.com/2012/01/blog-post_4292.html - full speech

Selected Works of Jawaharlal Nehru, Second Series, Vol. 30 (September 1-November 17, 1955)

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https://thewire.in/caste/periyar-anti-caste-politics
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http://contrarianworld.blogspot.com/2013/05/evr-to-kaduvetti-guru-saga-of-hatred.html
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"Why did clothing prices increase?", "because Dalit women have started wearing blouses" - Periyar in 1962

and DMK'sKarunanidhi's Murasoli ran a set of cartoons in their 1962 Pongal issue (see below) that has the colorful language verbatim.
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Lol ee madya ido fashion ayipoyindi gaa


Mullas, xtians baaga leptutunnaru gaa periyar ni... 




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mods .. earnest request ..c an we move this thread to politics or somehwere else
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“Every one has the right to refuge any opinion. But no one has the right to prevent its expression.” – Periyar E. V. Ramasamy
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“Every one has the right to refuge any opinion. But no one has the right to prevent its expression.” – Periyar E. V. Ramasamy
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mari terrorists lantivi thapinchi... all should have freedom to express their opinion..

konchem thick skin chesukovali as we can aviod these in DB but not in real world.. There are ppl who support his statements outside.
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Periyar British rule lo pampered and nurtured by British govt to split unity among Hindus...

Early days lo he was a representative of entire south India...Ippudu Tamilnadu lo vunna chala consulted ideologies ku mula purush..

Out of things he did getting reservations for BCs and few changes in women act are to his credit...First person to get reservations in India within Hindus...So all other things will be forgotten ...He will be remembered only for this
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Periyar British rule lo pampered and nurtured by British govt to split unity among Hindus...

Early days lo he was a representative of entire south India...Ippudu Tamilnadu lo vunna chala consulted ideologies ku mula purush..

Out of things he did getting reservations for BCs and few changes in women act are to his credit...First person to get reservations in India within Hindus...So all other things will be forgotten ...He will be remembered only for this
brahmin domination ki gandi kottadu..literal ga vallani tharimi tharimi kottadu
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brahmin domination ki gandi kottadu..literal ga vallani tharimi tharimi kottadu
+1 in politics and jobs.. but it didnt helped SC and MBC.. that place has been captured by intermediate feudal castes..

MBC and SC benifited more from Kamraj policies of free education, mid day meals etc..
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+1 in politics and jobs.. but it didnt helped SC and MBC.. that place has been captured by intermediate feudal castes..

MBC and SC benifited more from Kamraj policies of free education, mid day meals etc..


Thats not his goal either...

Best thing about Jinnah, Ambedkar, Periyar before Independence is that they all are strong heads and didn't agree with each other....Ambedkar tried to unite but has his own reservations...

Periyar didn't care for SCs or Muslims...

Ambedkar's opinion was BCs are Hindus and are equally responsible for bad state of SCs and they deserve same kind of hate...that's the reason he didn't provide reservations to BCs 

Jinnah view is BCs/SCs whoever are Hindus and are all Kafirs and they should be attacked with equal severity

If these three leaders had some relaxations and could work together in a union then India would have been in many pieces..Thank God
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Congress which fought him through out his life... No suprise congress traditional hindu vote is slipping away..


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DB lo oka takkuva visibility vunna section ku move cheste yemi avutundi...social media, news channels everywhere the news is there

Atleast ikkada insight and unknown/unpopular facts istunnaru


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DB lo oka takkuva visibility vunna section ku move cheste yemi avutundi...social media, news channels everywhere the news is there

Atleast ikkada insight and unknown/unpopular facts istunnaru




He is hardcore hindutwa person so very sensitive about this stuff
Good job keeping it visible
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Periyar vs Annadurai. Who is better? Who has better image?
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Periyar vs Annadurai. Who is better? Who has better image?


Periyar is a opportunist .. Annadurai is much better in views compared to this idiot, the main reason for annadurai to split from periyar is because of extremist and ever changing views
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Thats not his goal either...

Best thing about Jinnah, Ambedkar, Periyar before Independence is that they all are strong heads and didn't agree with each other....Ambedkar tried to unite but has his own reservations...

Periyar didn't care for SCs or Muslims...

Ambedkar's opinion was BCs are Hindus and are equally responsible for bad state of SCs and they deserve same kind of hate...that's the reason he didn't provide reservations to BCs 

Jinnah view is BCs/SCs whoever are Hindus and are all Kafirs and they should be attacked with equal severity

If these three leaders had some relaxations and could work together in a union then India would have been in many pieces..Thank God

Thanks to Gods n svayambhuva(manu) because of this guy Indians never become equal
Because of discrimination he described towards Dalits(st SC bcs) never become equal (Indians)
Thanks to periyar,annadurai,ambedhkar for saving dalits from these barbarians
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mari terrorists lantivi thapinchi... all should have freedom to express their opinion..

konchem thick skin chesukovali as we can aviod these in DB but not in real world.. There are ppl who support his statements outside.

Yes sir 100 percent true
We need to develop thick skin towards savarkar,godse, Sangh supporters ni face cheyyali ante
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Periyar made sure that all the feudal castes who owns lands become BCs and get reservations so their hold on the villages still continues

that is why still Tamil Nadu sees more honor killings than any other southern state

3% population unna Brahmins mida 80 years nunchi edustunnaru LOL
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Periyar made sure that all the feudal castes who owns lands become BCs and get reservations so their hold on the villages still continues

that is why still Tamil Nadu sees more honor killings than any other southn state

3% population unna Brahmins mida 80 years nunchi edustunnaru LOL


One thing I didn’t understand. Okay before independence Brahmins controlled everything and they are the cause for inequality. But now after so many years, when neither Brahmins are not in power and they don’t have any say. How come still lot of people are in poverty. If Brahmins are the root cause of evil, how come things have not changed.

Now it’s the Brahmins who are actually the persons in need. I am not saying Brahmins who work in jobs. The actual Brahmin who learns vedas, does rituals and works as priests. They are not even looked after for even daily needs.

Periyar’s main objection should be against every person in every community who discriminate and not focus on one community.
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"Why did clothing prices increase?", "because Dalit women have started wearing blouses" - Periyar in 1962


Bad propaganda....

Dravida movement DMK kosam 73 yella vayasulo 26 yella Ammai Ni Pelli chesukoni life ichadu Periyar thatha.

Note: Idi purely adoption type marriage yes u read it right adoption type marriage.

Periyar reockks..
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Bad propaganda....

Dravida movement DMK kosam 73 yella vayasulo 26 yella Ammai Ni Pelli chesukoni life ichadu Periyar thatha.

Note: Idi purely adoption type marriage yes u read it right adoption type marriage.

Periyar reockks..
Ntr koda chesadu  kadha ..26 kadhu 31
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Yes sir 100 percent true
We need to develop thick skin towards savarkar,godse, Sangh supporters ni face cheyyali ante


Also to the evangelists who convert people by giving rice bags...
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Idoka lucha lafanga gaadu. Edu chesina daridram antha intha kaadu.
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aa luch lafanga gaadini enduku evaru mostaru telusu kada.....   hindus antey padani xtians ey kada
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Periyar was not just a man who lived and spoke, he was an ideology that will never die,remembering the great man who changed the lives of everyone including his haters

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One thing I didn’t understand. Okay before independence Brahmins controlled everything and they are the cause for inequality. But now after so many years, when neither Brahmins are not in power and they don’t have any say. How come still lot of people are in poverty. If Brahmins are the root cause of evil, how come things have not changed.

Now it’s the Brahmins who are actually the persons in need. I am not saying Brahmins who work in jobs. The actual Brahmin who learns vedas, does rituals and works as priests. They are not even looked after for even daily needs.

Periyar’s main objection should be against every person in every community who discriminate and not focus on one community.


Bashing Brahmins is the only thing they can do and keep on playing the victim card as they dont want the gullible people to understand that feudal castes (now the ruling elite) or actually taking out the benefits intended for them

Current Tamil Nadu system if compared to AP or T is similar to if Reddy's, Kammas, Velamas etc are all considered as BCs and avail reservations
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Periyar British rule lo pampered and nurtured by British govt to split unity among Hindus...

Early days lo he was a representative of entire south India...Ippudu Tamilnadu lo vunna chala consulted ideologies ku mula purush..

Out of things he did getting reservations for BCs and few changes in women act are to his credit...First person to get reservations in India within Hindus...So all other things will be forgotten ...He will be remembered only for this

reservations techindi justice party ga ethanu a party lo join ayyindi 1938 lo but a party start ayyindi 1917

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Brhamins ni tharimedhi endhi thota kura katta pratodu brahmins meedha edavatame..
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Brhamins ni tharimedhi endhi thota kura katta pratodu brahmins meedha edavatame..
TN lo jarigindhi..
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Brhamins ni tharimedhi endhi thota kura katta pratodu brahmins meedha edavatame..
inspiration from nazi germany who cried on jews... 
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reservations techindi justice party ga ethanu a party lo join ayyindi 1938 lo but a party start ayyindi 1917



Congress lo vunnadu Periyar and he also fought for reservations from congress and later became head of justice party
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One thing I didn’t understand. Okay before independence Brahmins controlled everything and they are the cause for inequality. But now after so many years, when neither Brahmins are not in power and they don’t have any say. How come still lot of people are in poverty. If Brahmins are the root cause of evil, how come things have not changed.

Now it’s the Brahmins who are actually the persons in need. I am not saying Brahmins who work in jobs. The actual Brahmin who learns vedas, does rituals and works as priests. They are not even looked after for even daily needs.

Periyar’s main objection should be against every person in every community who discriminate and not focus on one community.


The Ideology of Dravidian parties was that the caste system and other inequalities are all consequences of the brahminical system.
So Hinduism lo manu dharma or whatever caused the inequality is the reason for backwardness and all these are attributed to Brahmins...So even today they are held responsible by these parties
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