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  1. Saint said

    To the Blog Owners or authors,
    I am delighted to see a blog of this kind in the making to spread the dalit knowledge to dalits and others. In this journey, I wish you try to stay truthful in what you are writing, not bringing issues that does not matter to dalits. When I looked at the title, I felt the title is some kind of self proclamation of something that would only put you in distance from our dalits.

    You are not the only one who write here authetic matter about dalits, for your information, there are various online and offline news and communication efforts by various dalit activists, no one ever claimed to be the ‘ONLY” authentic voice, as a TRUTH, you are not the authentic voice of dalits, nor you are the only authentic voice of dalits, you are just one among the voices. My friendly advice is to use a realistic and appealing title, not trumpheting in the beginning itself about the ONLY?. Let us see the in the days to come how you fullfill this imagination.


  2. dalitnation said

    To Saint,
    Thanks for your compliments on our work. It is because of people like you we can keep up our work. You are our inspiration. The brahminical toilet papers and web sites does not want to listen to the truth. They belive what they want to belive. We are also planning to create a national level newspaper soon and very soon we would be approaching Dalit intellectuals like V.T.Rajashekar, Joseph D’Souza, All India Christian Council, Gail Omvedt, Sister Mayavati, Kancha Ilaiah and Udit Raj. We need the support of all these people inorder to bring the voice of the Dalits to everyone. We plan to replace all the Brahmin toilet papers like Times of India, Indian Express and the Hindu. This is our mission statement.

    We at Dalit Nation agree that there are many other Dalit newsletters, Websites and periodicals who are also talking about the same things which we are talking.

    Why did we call ourselves the ‘Only’ authentic voice. There are many reasons for this. We have put in lot of thought. Our Mission is to be the authentic voice of Dalits. We beleive that not all the papers are still authentic. They still face issues from the Brahminical propoganda which seeps into their thinking. The closest to the authentic voice of the Dalits is the ‘Dalit Voice’. The extraordinary magazine created by our inspiration and our mentor V.T.Rajashekar. We have set an ambitious mission and target to ourselves to even exceed the authenticity of the ‘Dalit Voice’. VTR has done his job. He is also old now that he is in his late seventies. We don’t know how long he can continue. There are even rumors that ‘Dalit Voice’ will be closed down. This is something unthinkable for the Dalits. Before that happens we plan to establish the Dalit Nation as the authentic voice of Dalits. We already have out research wing and we plan to operate all this from United Kingdom.

    We know how much our Mentor VTR suffered under the hands of the Brahmincal forces. We have known VTR since his ‘Indian Express’ times. We were also close to Mulk Raj Anand and it was we who requested Mulk Raj Anand to put a word to VTR to start Dalit Voice 25 years ago.

    We also encourage other dalit periodicals and newsletters. Please don’t get us wrong when we say ‘Only’ authentic voice of dalits. If you also have the same voice as us then we are one. Together we will strive to dismantle this evil called Hinduism.

  3. Your articles are reproduced at LankaRadar.COm with courtesy to Dalit Nation.

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  5. Dalit said

    You are an idiot -l

  6. Kaustubh sane said

    Who gave you the right to call bramhins as toilet papers.. Don’t try to divide nation on caste basis..

  7. Balanand Janardhan said

    Dalit Nation is a website of toilet cleaning, hate mongering, inferiroty complex ridden bastards. These fascist Dalit snakes are spreading hatred against Hindus in the same way Nazis used to spread hatred against the Jews and we all know what happened. The saner sections of the society must stand up to fight these genocidal, fascist dalits.

  8. Siddha said

    *Beware of Bias and Propaganda*

    Buddhism (Dhamma Vinaya) teaches the need for clear thinking, self-control, self-help, and meditation. Although each human being is endowed with a mind, very few of us use that mind to think for ourselves. The great majority of people today allow others to do their thinking for them.

    The mind absorbs a great deal of poison from the outer environment by continuous exposure to suggestions from others. This mental passivity has become especially baneful with the development of the mass media. Radio, television, and newspapers, pulp journals and tabloids, blare their messages at us every minute of the day, and their power of penetration is reinforced by the ingrained human disposition to accept what we are told and to comply with what we are urged to do.

    Bombarded left and right by ten thousand inducements, we no longer think our own thoughts, feel our own emotions, or initiate our own actions; instead, we think as others want us to think, feel as others want us to feel, act in ways that will win the approval of our peers and superiors. The pull of the crowd has become irresistible

    Every time we open a newspaper, turn on the radio, or sit down before the television set, we are immediately subjected to propaganda, advertising, and subtle social suggestions. This is done daily, deliberately and systematically. All these media are teaching us to suspend our capacity for thought, or if we are to think at all, to think as they would like us to think.

    Newspapers, for instance, seek to command assent not only by their editorials and opinion columns, but by their layout, language, and lines of emphasis.

    Those who exploit the media in this manner are generally small but powerful groups: the owners and sponsors of the media, advertising agencies, the masters of commerce. Such people are motivated primarily by self-interest, greed for wealth and power, a sense of self-importance. Often they play dominant roles in various walks of life, including politics, business, law, medicine, and education.

    Among the general public the role of reason tends to be subordinate to that of emotion, while mental inertia and indifference make the conquest of reason easier. Hence, by shaping public opinion through the manipulation of the media, a small minority is able to control the majority.

    Those who comprise this small but powerful minority all have something to sell. Commercial advertisements make us want more and more goods that bring us no real happiness, no real peace of mind.

    We are told that our felicity depends on having a radio, television, video player, stereo set, and computer games. Yet, however much we deck ourselves with all these instruments of diversion, we still feel our lives painfully lacking.

    The speed, power, and efficiency of all these technological and social developments within a purely materialistic society such as ours has led to a rising incidence of stress disease and mental breakdown.

    Those who do not crack under pressure find other escape routes, such as drugs, alcohol, and psychotic cults, while for those who cannot cope at all there remains the last resort: suicide, which has reached alarming proportions in our midst.

    How then is a Buddhist (Dhammiko) to protect himself or herself from the baneful influences to which we are everywhere exposed in the modern world?

    As lay Buddhists (lay followers) we should always adopt a critical attitude towards the written and spoken word and should always apply mindfulness to protect ourselves from being emotionally swayed by those who seek to win our favour.

    We should stand back from the topic under review and examine it objectively from all angles. Only after appraising the alternatives should we arrive at a decision or evaluation.

    When we hear a particular opinion being voiced, we should make an effort to find out who the writer or speaker is, what interests he or she represents, including political affiliations, religious leanings, and social background.

    We should also never forget that there are at least two sides to any issue, and that we are more likely to arrive at a correct stand if we first give unbiased consideration to both sides.

    Before arriving at a conclusion, one should gather all the relevant facts, maintain a calm mind free from emotional excitation, and prevent oneself from being swayed by preferences and anger, praise and blame. The same principle of objective thinking should also be applied to other matters in everyday life.

    If we properly understand the working of kamma and rebirth, we will recognize that no one can be alike, and thus we will also avoid drawing comparisons; for this is a world of comparisons as well as of propaganda.

    The only meaningful comparison that one should make is between the person that one was a month ago, a year ago, or a decade ago, and the person that one is now: physically, intellectually, morally, and financially. If there has been no improvement, or insufficient improvement, one should inquire why this is so and remedy one’s deficiencies without delay. If this annual stocktaking is done regularly, it will be most beneficial.

    Putting aside pride and prejudice, revising one’s values and outlook, one will then lead a simpler, saner, and happier life.


  9. Siddha said

    The Anger-eating Demon

    Retold from an ancient Buddhist Story, by Nyanaponika Thera

    Once there lived a demon who had a peculiar diet: he fed on the anger of others. And as his feeding ground was the human world, there was no lack of food for him. He found it quite easy to provoke a family quarrel, or national and racial hatred. Even to stir up a war was not very difficult for him.

    And whenever he succeeded in causing a war, he could properly gorge himself without much further effort; because once a war starts, hate multiplies by its own momentum and affects even normally friendly people. So the demon’s food supply became so rich that he sometimes had to restrain himself from over-eating, being content with nibbling just a small piece of resentment found close-by.

    But as it often happens with successful people, he became rather overbearing and one day when feeling bored he thought: “Shouldn’t I try it with the gods?”

    On reflection he chose the Heaven of the Thirty-three Deities, ruled by Sakka, Lord of Gods. He knew that only a few of these gods had entirely eliminated the fetters of ill-will and aversion, though they were far above petty and selfish quarrels.

    So by magic power he transferred himself to that heavenly realm and was lucky enough to come at a time when Sakka the Divine King was absent. There was none in the large audience hall and without much ado the demon seated himself on Sakka’s empty throne, waiting quietly for things to happen, which he hoped would bring him a good feed.

    Soon some of the gods came to the hall and first they could hardly believe their own divine eyes when they saw that demon sitting on the throne, squat and grinning. Having recovered from their shock, they started to shout and lament:

    Oh you ugly demon, how can you dare to sit on the throne of our Lord? What utter cheekiness! What a crime! you should be thrown headlong into the hell and straight into a boiling cauldron! You should be quartered alive! Begone! Begone!

    But while the gods were growing more and more angry, the demon was quite pleased because from moment to moment he grew in size, in strength and in power. The anger he absorbed into his system started to ooze from his body as a smoky red-glowing mist. This evil aura kept the gods at a distance and their radiance was dimmed.

    Suddenly a bright glow appeared at the other end of the hall and it grew into a dazzling light from which Sakka emerged, the King of Gods. He who had firmly entered the undeflectible Stream that leads Nibbana-wards, was unshaken by what he saw. The smoke-screen created by the gods’ anger parted when he slowly and politely approached the usurper of his throne.

    Welcome, friend! Please remain seated. I can take another chair. May I offer you the drink of hospitality? Our Amrita is not bad this year. Or do you prefer a stronger brew, the Soma?

    While Sakka spoke these friendly words, the demon rapidly shrank to a diminutive size and finally disappeared, trailing behind a whiff of malodorous smoke which likewise soon dissolved.

    ā€” Based on Samyutta Nikaya, Sakka Samyutta, No. 22

    The gist of this story dates back to the discourses of the Buddha. But even now, over 2500 years later, our world looks as if large hordes of Anger-eating Demons were haunting it and were kept well nourished by millions slaving for them all over the earth.

    Fires of hate and wide-traveling waves of violence threaten to engulf mankind.

    Also the grass roots of society are poisoned by conflict and discord, manifesting in angry thoughts and words and in violent deeds.

    Is it not time to end this self-destructive slavery of man to his impulses of hate and aggression which only serve the demoniac forces?

    Our story tells how these demons of hate can be exorcised by the power of gentleness and love. If this power of love can be tested and proven, at grass-root level, in the widely spread net of personal relationships, society at large, the world at large, will not remain unaffected by it.


    1.The “Norm” or law (dhamma), here referred to, may be expressed in the words of the Dhammapada (v. 5):

    Not by hating hatred ceases
    In this world of tooth and claw;
    Love alone from hate releases ā€”
    This is the Eternal Law.

    (Translated by Francis Story)


  10. Abhimanyu said

    Are you the enemy of this nation? This nation gave you freedom of speech. This nation gave you right to believe whatever you want . This nation equal rights and reservation too. And are you giving to this nation .
    A new partition .
    You people are the traitors to this land .
    The first person who died for independence was Mangal Pandey. He was a brahmin.
    Chandra shekhar Azaad was a brahmin in your language.
    Rani Laxmi bai was a brahmin in your language.
    Ram Prasad Bismil was a Brahmin in your language.
    Bal Gangadhar Tilak was a brahmin in your language.
    Bal Krishna Gokhale was a brahmin in your language .
    Nana Saheb was a brahmin on your language .
    Peshwa Baji rao who faught against mughal imperialist and wanted to secure independence for non Muslims was a brahmin.
    You are under a debt of society who ensures your security. All these persons and many more did not think for a second that they are brahmins and they died for us .
    Do not take immoral advantage of your rights which is given by constitution of this nation .
    Really you are traitors for this country.
    You should die before I come to kill you all.

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