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The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 14,000 times in 2015. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 5 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.
सामाजिक एकता, सामाजिक समानता और भ्रातृत्व के पक्षधर, ज्ञान के प्रतीक, भारतीय लोकतन्त्र के प्रणेता, दलितों के मसीहा, भारत में बुद्ध धर्म के पुनरुद्धार करने वाले प्रबुद्ध विचारक, शिक्षाशास्त्री और समकालीन दार्शनिक भारत रत्न डॉ भीमराव अम्बेडकर जी के जन्मदिवस पर आप सभी को हार्दिक बधाई। बाबा साहेब का जीवन हम सभी के लिए प्रेरणास्त्रोत है।
यह एक अच्छा संकेत है की दिन प्रति दिन डॉ भीमराव अम्बेडकर जी के चिन्तन का प्रसार हो रहा है और लोग ज्यादा से जायदा उनसे जुड़ने लगे है बेशक भारतीय सरकारें अब तक यही प्रयास में रही हैं की उनके चिन्तन को लोगो तक न पहुँचने दिया जाये . कभी उनको गाँधी में व्यस्त रखा तो कभी धर्म के बंटवारे में डाल दिया. बाबा साहेब का चिन्तन इन सब संकीर्णताओं से विमुक्त है और तभी यह हम सबको सही प्रेरणा देने में सक्षम भी है .
वर्तमान भारतीय समाज में साम्प्रदायिक ताकतें अपने…
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अंतर्राष्ट्रीय महिला दिवस हर वर्ष 8 मार्च को विश्व के विभिन्न क्षेत्रों में महिलाओं के प्रति सम्मान, प्रशंसा और प्यार प्रकट करते हुए इस दिन को महिलाओं के आर्थिक, राजनीतिक और सामाजिक उपलब्धियों के उपलक्ष्य में उत्सव के तौर पर मनाया जाता है। यह दिन हमें महिलाओं को दोयम दर्जे से मुक्ति के फलस्वरूप किये जाने वाले उन सभी प्रयासों और आंदोलनों की याद दिलाता है जो की आज इतिहास का पन्ना बन चुके हैं और बनने जा रहे हैं.
भारतीय समाज विरोधाभासों से भरा पड़ा है. एक तरफ तो हम महिलाओं को देवताओं की तरह पूजते भी हैं और उनके जलने को भी त्यौहार का रूप देते हैं . क़ानूनी अधिकारों के बावजूद भी हमारी न्याय व्यवस्था बेईमानों और गलत लोगों के हाथों में झूल रही है. अपराध के सारे प्रमाण होने पर भी बलात्कारी को सजा नहीं मिलती उल्टा जिस पर जुल्म हुआ है वही समाज की गुन्हेगार बन जाति है.
हमारी सबसे बड़ी…
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The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog.
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A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 5,300 times in 2014. If it were a NYC subway train, it would take about 4 trips to carry that many people.
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog.
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The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 8,400 times in 2013. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 3 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.
Report on World Philosophy Day Celeberation-2013
The Departments of Philosophy and French, P.G.Govt. College for Girls, Sector-11, Chandigarh in association with Centre for Positive Philosophy and Interdisciplinary Studies (CPPIS) Pehowa (Kurukshetra) celeberated World Philosophy Day on 21st November, 2013. Dr. Anita Khosla (Head, Department of Hindi) and Dr. Madhu Gosain (Associate Professor, Department of Hindi) were quest in this function. Ms. Sukhdeep introduced about the World Philosophy Day and alongwith Ms.Ishwita conducted the stage. In this function there were two students’ competitions viz. essay-cum-presentation and poster-making. The fourth issue of Sophia: Student Magazine released in this function. Dr. Anita Khousla encouraged students and made positive comments to the participants. Dr. Desh Raj Sirswal (Head, Department of Philosophy) elaborated the themes to the participants. The following students got prizes in this function:
First Prize: Ms. Bhawna Singh (B.A.Final Year)
Second Prize: Ms. Krishma (B.A.First Year), Ms. Rajni Bala (B.A.Final…
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In account of Death Anniversary of Dr. B. R. Ambedkar, Socialistic Ambedkarites’ Humanrights Academy for Real Assistance and Achievements (Regd.) and Innovative Institute for Development and Education of All (Regd.) on the theme “Aadarsh Shiksha” at Panchayat Bhawan, Hisar (Haryana). Dr. Desh Raj Sirswal, Mr. Vikram Lohat and Mr. Vipin Sangar represented Milestone Education Society (Regd.) Pehowa (Haryana).On this occasion newly published book HUMAN RIGHTS FOR ALL edited Dr. Manoj Kumar displayed.
Dr. Desh Raj Sirswal as a Resource Person shared his views, “There a difference between literate and educated. Educated person means the person who has a social consciousness toward injustice and other social problems. The society needs education which can help to develop an individual’s every aspect i.e. social, educational, economic and personal etc. A conscious person can contribute to social and national development with his/her selfless work. Milestone Education Society presented an ideal model since 2005 in education for needy students and working towards quality education in school as well higher education in Haryana.”
Milestone Education Society (Regd.) Pehowa present a proposal of Centre for Studies in Educational, Social & Cultural Development (CSESCD) to the organizers of this event. Several organisations working in the field of child education, women empowerment, human rights issues, SC/ST issues participated and shared their views. We are thankful to Mr. Manoj Kumar (AASA (A Hope for ‘A Hope for Hopeless’ ),K.U.Kurukshetra for his continuous assistance.
Dated: 2nd December, 2012. (Dr. Desh Raj Sirswal)
Preface to the E-Seminar
Desh Raj Sirswal
“I am a man and all that affects mankind concerns me” a beautiful thought of Shaheed Bhagat Singh which reflects the real nature of this great personality. Generally which is propagated and learned students in school, college, university text-books is a misinterpretation of his ideas and philosophy. His whole personality is devaluated by his following quote, which is only a matter of particular thinking:
“If the deaf are to hear, the sound has to be very loud. When we dropped the bomb, it was not our intension to kill anybody. We have bombed the British Government. The British must quite India make her free.”
His whole thinking misinterpreted only by this types of quotations mislead us from his revolutionary socialist democratic philosophy. His ideas are also propagated as a nationalistic character yet it is injustice with his ideology. We can find the real character of his philosophy when we compare it with available universal socialist thinking. Social democracy is officially a reformist democratic socialist political ideology.Contemporary social democracy advocates freedom from discrimination based on differences of ability/ disability, age, class, ethnicity, gender, language, race, religion, and sexual orientation. Philosophy of Bhagat Singh reflects upon all social problems which have a universal character. Here we have collected three articles written by a professional thinker, a student and a teacher respectively. Present initiative becomes an online anthology related to Bhagat Singh. We need those ideas which contribute to man’s individual and social life. Two annexure are included here. First introduces his main writing available online and second annexure is our advt., reflecting various topics to do future work on his philosophy.
The Centre for Positive Philosophy and Interdisciplinary Srudies (CPPIS) always ready to do some creative work in this regard and have some future plan to produce some publication related to Philosophy of Shaheed Bhagat Singh. Hope this programme will be considered heartily by our members and fellow beings.
Dr Desh Raj Sirswal
23rd March, 2012
Bhagat Singh (1907-1931)
Bhagat Singh was born on 27 September 1907.
Indian revolutionary and a major figure in the Indian independence movement of the early Twentieth Century. Singh was active in revolutionary struggle from an early age and he was briefly affiliated with the Mohandas Ghandi’s “Non-Cooperation” movement, although Singh would break with Ghandi’s philosophy of non-violent resistance later in life.
Singh embraced atheism and Marxism-Leninism and integrated these key components into his philosophy of revolutionary struggle. Under his leadership, the Kirti Kissan Party was renamed the Hindustan Socialist Republican Organization. As Singh and his organization rose to new prominence in the Indian independence movement, they became the focus of public criticism from Ghandi himself, who disagreed with their belief that violence was a necessary and vital component of revolutionary struggle.
Singh’s secularism was perhaps his most important contribution to the socialist and independence struggles. During those turbulent times, British Imperialism used every tactic to create antagonism among the different religions of India, especially between Hindus and Muslims. The Sanghatan and Shuddi Movements among Hindus; and tableegh and many sectarian movements in Muslims bear witness to the effects of this tactic. Bhagat Singh removed his beard which was a violation of Sikh religion, because he did not want to create before the public the image of a ‘Sikh’ freedom fighter. Nor did he want to be held up as a hero by the followers of this religion. He wanted to teach the people that British Imperialism was their common enemy and they must be united against it to win freedom.
On April 8, 1924, Baghat Singh and his compatriot B. K. Dutt hurled two bombs on to the floor of the Central Delhi Hall in New Delhi. The bombs were tossed away from individuals so as not to harm anyone and, in fact, no one was harmed in the ensuing explosions. Following the explosions, Singh and Dutt showered the hall with copies of a leaflet that later was to be known as “The Red Pamphlet.” The pamphlet began with a passage which was to become legendary in the Indian revolutionary struggle:
“It takes a loud voice to make the deaf hear, with these immortal words uttered on a similar occasion by Vaillant, a French anarchist martyr, do we strongly justify this action of ours.”
Singh and Dutt concluded the pamphlet with the phrase “Long Live the Revolution!” This phrase (translated from “Inquilab Zindabad!” became one of the most enduring slogans of the Indian Independence Movement.
Singh and Dutt turned themselves in following the bombing incident. Following the trial, they were sentenced to “transportation for life” and while imprisoned, Singh and Dutt became outspoken critics of the Indian penal system, embarking on hunger strikes and engaging in agitation and propaganda from within the confines of the prison. Shortly after the commencement of his prison sentence, Singh was implicated in the 1928 death of a Deputy Police Superintendent. Singh acknowledged involvement in the death and he was executed by hanging on 23 March 1931.
Bhagat Singh is widely hailed as a martyr as a result of his execution at the hands of oppressors and, as such, he is often referred to as “Shaheed (Martyr) Bhagat Singh.”
Mike Bessler (2006) “Singh, Bhagat (1907-1931)” in MIA: Encyclopedia of Marxism, 23-03-2012 http://www.marxists.org/glossary/people/b/h.htm#bhagat-singh