Run For Caste Free India
to be held at 6.30 AM
on Tuesday 14th April 2015
from People’s Plaza, Necklace Road, Hyderabad
To commemorate the Birth Anniversary of Babasaheb Dr. B.R. Ambedkar
The event is being organized by Dalit Indian chamber of commerce in India (DICCI) partnering with Shanti chakra International, who have been conducting this Annual event every year since 2012, along with other progressive organizations.
The digital age Indian is unable to cross the barriers of caste. We are nowhere within the top 200 World Class Educational Institutions. But we shamefully top the corrupt nations. Many reformers from the hoary past like the Charvakas, Gauthama Buddha, and the modern Social thinkers like Mahatma Jyothirao Phule till Babasaheb Dr. BR Ambedkar fought against this mother of all evils and the false notions of superiority and inferiority in the social status based on birth, and the philosophy of inequality built around the caste system.
It was Dr. BR Ambedkar, the greatest and the most progressive thinkers of the modern world, who advocated “Annihilation of Caste” as propounded in his great research paper published 78 years ago and wanted India to free itself from the shackles of caste–bigotry, caste-foolishness and caste-slavery to be really FREE and become enlightened. The enlightened India he wanted to be built on noble ideals of LIBERTY, EQUALITY and FRATERNITY. It is to commemorate his 124th Birth Day we are conducting the event “RUN FOR CASTE FREE INDIA”, on Tuesday the 14th of April 2015 at 6:30 AM at People’s Plaza, Necklace Road, Hyderabad.
A Wake up Call For the People of India
We must not miss this opportunity to work for a caste-free society and hence, fulfill the dreams of our great thinkers and reformers. The truth is that, like all other problems that are uniquely Indian, the solution to the caste system too has to come from within India.. So, gear up, for this is our time to make the future of our country, by taking forward the best from our past and leaving behind the worst things of our past forever.
~ Ravi Kumar Narra, (Padmashree Awardee), President, DICCI, South India.