Social disparities and discriminations There is no doubt that centuries of martial arts have brought many changes in the Indian classical and narcissistic social system to liberate the atheists from the impoverished Gulangiri untouchability. The achievements achieved by all other social movements have been raised, and the achievements of the Dalit movements are doubled. Because the social stratification created by the ecliptic system specified in the tentative system in the male rhythm of the malady era is largely Dalits, the loss of inequality. Throughout the society, Dalits are on one side and continue to have different forms in the history of India. The reformist Dalit movements are classified into two types.
1. Conversion Movements
2. Religious or secular movements (Religious or Secular Movements)
Patankar and Gail Omwadas are classified into two types of Dalit movements.
1. The caste-driven Dalit movements
2. A plurality of Dalit movements
Bhakti and Neo-liberal movements have tried to eliminate the untouchability caused by the inclusion of the Dalits in the caste system.
Dayananda Saraswathi, the founder of the Association, said, “In Hinduism, untouchability is not an integral part. The caste system is the creation of rulers, noting that untouchability in society is not a natural religious divergence.
Who is Dalit?
It means Sanskrit is broken, broken and exterior.Dr. In German is meant to be cut, cut and removed.
In Hindi, Dal means weak, weak and poor.-That means people living or sheltered.
-dal + houses = dalits
A Chinese traveler named Phahiani, who visited India during the fourth century, claimed that some races, apart from the rest of society, discriminated against them, and that they would be chased. The word Chandrauluru is also referred to in Vajanaseya Samhita or Manchu. In the Rigveda, the endings are the same. This group is a part of the quadrilateral system, but the group is referred to as charts.
JyotiBoy Phule is the first dalits to say that the Negroes in America are known as African Americans.
In 1933, Gandhi addressed Dalits as Harijans.
In 2008, the National Commission for Scheduled Castes proposes to call the Scheduled Castes not to use the term Dalits.
The main reasons for the Dalit movements
Dalit movements are the struggles for social, cultural, economic and political rights that are at the bottom of social stabilization against social inequality and discrimination in the aristocracy created by the Arians.
1. Social discrimination, extortion, and humiliation
2. Social, economic, and political exchanges
3. Focusing away on social facilities
4. Lack of minimum human rights
5. Distance to education and employment
6. Living at the end of the town as untied away from the rest of society.
7. Workmate and Wealthy
8. Take up the dump
Important Dalit movements
At the end of the 19th century, the Navy Vedantik and anti-Brahmin movements began in different parts of the country. These movements have contributed to anti-caste and anti-Hindu Dalit movements. These are important. 1. Satyasrudhak Samaj 2. Self-Respect Movement 3. Adi Dharma and Adi Andhra movements
Dalit worshipers – Ambedkar
In the Indian society, Ambedkar, a dalit worship of the downtrodden communities, has played an immense role in the inclusion of Dalit movements. Mahanayagam, a great leader who provided social, economic and political rights to Dalits. Ambedkar, the great movement leader sacrificed for dalits, other factions and weak communities, not to experience any other Dalit caste in the childhood.
In 1919 Dr BR Ambedkar made the first public announcement for the rights of the disadvantaged classes and argued that the Dalits, the weak, the weaker sections of the political system should attend the same year before the Nathur Committee.
Ambedkar’s role in the Dalit movements in India is uncertain. The famous historian Giliyat believes that Antarani caste is an integral part of modern Indian society. The ultimate cause of Dalit movements led by Ambedkar.
In 1920, Dr Ambedkar launched a massive Dalit movement in Maharashtra against untouchability. This movement soon became a nationwide movement
The Mahindra founded the Independent Labor Party to protect the interests of the working class and the working class.
-This party organized a ceremony against untouchability in Maharashtra.
Ambedkar’s 1927 Maha Water Fight, the 1946 Community Community in Pune, gave courage to Dalits.
In the year 1954, Dr Ambedkar founded the Scheduled Castes Federation, which aimed to protect the interests of Dalits and to protect the interests of Dalits. It is mainly limited to the SCs fighting for reservation in government jobs.
-The party was renamed the Republican Party in 1956. The main objective of this party is to integrate Scheduled Castes, Tribes, Backward Castes and fight for their rights.
Ambedkar, who was strongly convinced that Buddhism was the only way forward to improve the status of untouchables was the Buddhism in 1956. Thousands of maharas in this incident