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Jai Bhim: What does it mean?


What does Jai Bhim mean to you? Let us know in the comments!

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November 10, 2016 · 10:28 pm

Jai Bheem – We Want Justice – A multilingual rap song by DEATHRAP


Jai Bheem – We Want Justice – A multilingual rap song by DEATHRAP (HYDERABAD’s favourite Hip-Hop crew) in solidarity to the student’s suicide in University Of Hyderabad (UoH) and it’s following protest and fight for justice by Joint Action Committee for Social Justice (JAC-UoH).

LYRICS

RAPP BOI:

how would you feel? waking up to a morning
knowing that you won’t be witnessing the sun of another morning
oppressed for caste oppressed for colour religion and personal opinions
it’s democracy jai hind

hai ladayi yeh zaat ki zaat-o-jamaat ki
din-o-raat ki firqo mein bate aap ki
par aaj bhi yeh duniya nahi tere baap ki
aur aakhri khat mera hai azaad bhi

shaheed hu main shaheed ek sipahi
du gawahi har ek zulm ki aleef se elaahi
par wallahi ab main wo nahi jo tujhse dargaya
ghut-ghut ke jeeraha tha ya ghut-ghut ke margaya

good morning i won’t be around when you read this
i ain’t blaming no one but you know about my hit-list
i love science i love stars i love nature more than cars
but you talk about caste? you don’t deserve some water

dalit lives matter human lives matter
i always wanna be a writer writer like Carl Sagan
10 milligrams of sodium a good rope with some reason
got much stress on my mind so i became a monster

RAPP BOI – LIL’ G – OMER:

jai bheem
we want justice
fulfil our demands
we want justice
i won’t follow your commands
we want justice
till i die i will stand or till you punish the culprits

jai bheem
we want justice
hai amar tu shaheed
we want justice
we miss you rohit
we want justice
till i die i will stand or till you punish the culprits

LIL’ G:

dalit pareshani yeh mantriyo ki galti hai
rishwat dhoka bemani ghunda raj meri marzi hai
kamzarf samjhe mujhko shaheedo mein ab ginti hai
yeh sarkar bhrashtachar jaat-o-paat pe kyu ladti hai?

they say knowledge is a wisdom
equality liberty democracy what you believe in
i’ am a hindu or muslim buddhist or christian
religions don’t matter i’ am a human with nature

mere bhai mere dost we want justice
rest in peace oh my lord we want justice
jai bheem jai hind for a cause for some peace
amar tu rahe akhri khat mera geet

unchi zaat neechi zaat gumnaam har fankaar
jeena maut aur bas khaum horahe khatl-e-aam
dalit prashtachar is ladayi se bezaar
aandolan for a justice buland hai yeh farmaan

RAPP BOI – LIL’ G – OMER:

jai bheem
we want justice
fulfil our demands
we want justice
i won’t follow your commands
we want justice
till i die i will stand or till you punish the culprits

jai bheem
we want justice
hai amar tu shaheed
we want justice
we miss you rohit
we want justice
till i die i will stand or till you punish the culprits

RAPP BOI:

hum ladenge
bhooke rahenge
saari duniya ko kahenge tera zulm-o-sitam
jabtak hai zameer zinda

jai bheem
laal salaam
justice for rohtih
university of hyderabad
deathrap
2016

oh! wait
bahut kuch bolna abhi baaqi hai
muzaffar nagar abhi baaqi hai

i know my birth was a curse so i did my best to make my death a remark
a revolution
a new beginning
and then okay
i agree am talking about hooliganism
but what about you? haan?

it’s world’s largest democracy where the religions and caste sentiments are so called more beloved than the human who carries the religion on everyday basis, yeah!
but reports said it was mutton
let’s raise our voice

PROTEST:

we want justice
we want justice
we want justice
we want justice…
jai bheem!

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[Video] Jai Bhim: What does it mean?


Watch a short video and know what Jai Bhim means to different people. What it means to you? Let us know in the comments after watching the video.

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The Annihilation of Caste


On 15th May, 1936 Babasaheb Ambedkar published Annihilation Of Caste book. Dr. Ambedkar  was scheduled to deliver this speech to a conference in Lahore, but could not. The conference organizers cancelled his invitation as they felt the contents of the speech were too radical for the time. Dr. Ambedkar later released the speech in written format, and it became one of his most famous work – title, ‘The Annihilation of Caste’. In this work, Dr. Ambedkar discussed the problems in ending the caste system in India, and how those problems could be countered.

The Annihilation of Caste

The Annihilation of Caste – Front Page

If you’d like to read the text, Columbia University in the City of New York has designed a special e-text format of the speech for easy readability and cross-referencing at http://ccnmtl.columbia.edu/projects/mmt/ambedkar/web/index.html

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12th -13th January in Dalit History – Reiteration of leaving Hinduism by Dr. Ambedkar


12 – 13 Jan 1936:  The Depressed Classes Conference was held at Pune. Dr. Ambedkar reiterated his resolve of the Yeola Conference to leave Hinduism. The conference was presided over by Rav Bahadur N. Shina Raj.

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13 Jan 1946: Dr. Ambedkar returned to Bombay from Delhi by train and left the same day to Sholapur where he addressed a public meeting.

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Jai Bhim Comrade – Documentary


Jai Bhim Comrade, shot over 14 years, follows the music of protest of Maharashtra’s dalits. India’s Dalit (oppressed) castes were abhorred as “untouchables”. It captures the brutal reality of oppression against dalits and people’s struggle. In 1997, a statue of Dr. Ambedkar in a Dalit Rambai colony in Mumbai was desecrated with a garland of footwear. As residents came onto the street, police fired resulting in the death of 10 residents.[1] Vilas Ghogre a poet and singer, hung himself in protest. Through poems and songs, it covers that moment and goes on to explore events that unfolded in the aftermath. (Synopsis from Wikipedia)

Watch the full documentary from –

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14th April – Happy Babasaheb Ambedkar Jayanti


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ReadThings you weren’t told about Dr. Ambedkar

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 Check – Educational Biography of Dr B. R. Ambedkar

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Check – LL.D. Degree Certificate of Dr. B. R. Ambedkar from Columbia University

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Why aren’t the hindus offended?


Casteism is a backbone of the hindu religion. Hinduism is full of discrimination, casteism and degradation, without all of these there is no hindu religion. Recently, the so called hindus forced Penguin India publishing house to withdraw The Hindu – An Alternative History book by Wendy Doniger on the argument that this book offend hindus. Hindus had earlier defended Salman Rushdie’s book Satanic Verses in the name of ‘freedom of expression’ and ‘freedom of speech’ or what not but didn’t accept the book by Wendy on the same logic! Ironic but true face of Hinduism and so called hindus. Here, in this post, I want to ask, why so called hindus are not offended when so many atrocities happen on Dalits in day to day life? According to a UN report, approximately 110,000 cases of violent acts committed against Dalits were reported in 2005.

Why aren’t the hindus offended when Dalit kids are forced to do toilet cleaning work at schools?

Why aren’t the hindus offended when Dalit students are purified by sprinkling cow urine on them in schools?

Why aren’t the hindus offended when Dalit women are seen and treated as only sex objects?

Why aren’t the hindus offended when Dalit people are killed just because they had same name as some upper caste people had?

Why aren’t the hindus offended when Dalit homes are separated by building walls in villages?

Why aren’t the hindus offended when Dalits have to remove their shoes while passing in front of upper caste homes?

Why aren’t the hindus offended when Dalit students’ scholarships aren’t issued on time?

Why aren’t the hindus offended when Dalit homes are burnt daily, just because they are Dalit?

Why aren’t the hindus offended when food cooked by Dalit women isn’t accepted by so called upper caste students?

Why aren’t the hindus offended when Dalit kids are made to sit separately in schools?

Why aren’t the hindus offended when Dalit women are paraded naked, raped and forced to commit suicide?

Why aren’t the hindus offended when Dalits are offered menial jobs and exploited at workplaces?

Why aren’t the hindus offended when Dalit students seats at colleges are filled by upper castes having fake Dalit certificates?

Why aren’t the hindus offended when Dalit students seats in colleges are left unfilled?

Why aren’t the hindus offended when Dalits are not allowed to enter temples?

Why aren’t the hindus offended when there are separate barber shops for Dalits?

Why aren’t the hindus offended when Dalits have to sip tea from separate tea cups?

Why aren’t the hindus offended when there appear caste wise columns in matrimonial pages?

Why aren’t the hindus offended when Dalits have to wait for years to get justice in courts?

Why aren’t the hindus offended when Dalits are shown as degraded characters in movies?

Why aren’t the hindus offended when Dalits have separate office timings?

Why aren’t the hindus offended whenin Dalit home there is no postal delivery, just because upper caste Postman don’t want to go there?

Why aren’t the hindus offended when Dalits and Muslims are denied renting homes, even in metro cities?

Why aren’t the hindus offended when Dalit and Muslim are kept in jails for years without any crime?

Why aren’t the hindus offended when their own shankracharyas are caught for the involvement in rapes, murders and killings?

Why aren’t the hindus offended when they see there are still thousands of devidasis (temple prostitutes) in India?

Why aren’t the hindus offended when Dalits are forced to work as manual scavengers?

Why aren’t the hindus offended when statues of Dalit leaders are maligned or destroyed?

Why didn’t the hindus get offend when 21 Dalits were slaughtered by the Ranvir Sena in Bathani Tola, Bhojpur in Bihar?

Why didn’t the hindus get offend when Kherlanji massacre happened?

Why didn’t the hindus get offend when Melavalavn massacre, TN, happened? 6 Dalits were killed by so called upper caste people?

Why didn’t the hindus get offend when 16 Dalits were killed in Muthanya incident, Kerala?

Why didn’t the hindus get offend when 58 innocent Dalits were killed at Laxmanpur Bathe, Bihar?

Why didn’t the hindus get offend when Bant Singh case of Punjab happened?

Why didn’t the hindus get offend when 42 innocent Dalits were killed in Kilvenmani massacre, TN, by the gang of upper caste landlords?

Why aren’t the hindus offended when Dalits are boycotted in villages?

Why aren’t the hindus offended when Dalits change their names/surnames to escape caste discrimination?

Why aren’t the hindus offended when Dalit kids are forced to play in separate play grounds?

Why aren’t the hindus offended when job openings come with – ‘Dalits need not to apply’?

Why aren’t the hindus offended when Dalits can’t buy flats in a colony n ads come – ‘only for Brahmins’?

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