By- Sanjay Joth
Discussion. The life and curiosity of Jyotiba Phule and Ambedkar are very closely understandable.. Today, the situation has become more vocal and multi-colored in the circumstances.. There is also a "chronological" tendency in the idea of establishing a Dalit movement or Dalit identity., In order of time, it has a pattern of growing from one place to another and has its own reasons for entering from step to step.. These reasons can be carefully understood and explained.
Do not go into more detail and see the steps taken by Jyotiba Phule and Ambedkar together. Both have the same clarity. Reading the psychology of Bahujan society suited to time and situation, There seems to be a strong preparation both to forge and to propel it towards a collective auspiciousness.. And since their positions in chronology and their expectations are different, Therefore, despite the similarity in their steps taken to achieve the same goal, there are also some specific differences.
In Jyotiba's time when education was a rare Akashkusum for the Bahujans., And as a weapon of exploitation, "gullible" reasons like illiteracy and superstition could be considered as the main reason- Education and Prevention of Corruption in such an environment- It was easy to put full energy on these two measures. Not only easy but also possible. And this is what Jyotiba also did in her life. The timing and circumstances also determine the success of clinical vision and healing skills of the vision.
No revolutionary or great man of history has ever survived from this helplessness.. It is useful to see the differences between Jyotiba and her natural successor, Ambedkar, in the light of this helplessness.. Not because in history, once we have been able to identify the path chosen from past to future, But also because we will get Pathey for the path leading from the present awakened present to the future..
The "challenge" of Jyotiba's time and the "opportunity" of Ambedkar's time have to be linked with the emerging consciousness of the erstwhile Bahujan society and the opportunities and challenges emerging in the contemporary world.. Where Jyotiba makes a footpath, Ambedkar not only changes the condition of the journey but also changes the direction of the destination by turning it into a highway.. For the definition of a new goal, Ambedkar not only reconstructs the path and the goal but also revives other routes and goals lost in the past.. The initial wave in Phule comes out as a mature tsunami in Ambedkar., And started with a moral urge and reform, A lost golden past is projected into the future.
Further this projection turns into a collective thirst to regain the "rights" that had been taken away in the past.
The first part of this journey which education, Literacy and scientific approach led to the refinement of the utmost personal qualities such as birth., Right there second part, More comprehensive like equality and self-respect, History takes a far more decisive mass organization in support of proven and global ideas.. Not only this, but its means and consequently the search for political measures, Construction and maintenance also begin.
This new development gives rise to many new trends in post-independence national and local politics.. For thousands of years, the caste equation became the most sacred provocation in the political strategy of the lower castes as untouchable.. This is a miracle done by Jyotiba and Ambedkar., Which a conservative society like India had never imagined. Here not only the demand for rights increases in a linear order but also the ability to acquire them on their own.
Along with this, the science of exposing the mechanics of exploitation and repression by developing into the dark and rude foothills of history and religious texts also develops. These multidimensional tendencies where simultaneously invading from so many directions at the same time that the exploiters And the orthodox class, frustrated by this, gets into an aggressive posture of "self-defense". By emerging from the ashes of a forgotten and exploited past, this Dalit consciousness continues to move forward in this backdrop, claiming respect and equality for the future..
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