With regard to “Closing down DV”, I should say only this much: “No mother ever decides to kill her own child”. Can you kill DV to which you alone gave birth? Can you disown your own child, next only to Salil, now the Secretary-General of Amnesty Int. in London?

I know you are facing serious crisis. You do not have a trustworthy lieutenant to carry out the mission which Babasaheb has entrusted you.


We can never find a better son of India other than Babasaheb Ambedkar and it is your privilege and a blessing to be his child.

There are several hundreds of fellows who make business out of Babasaheb and in his name. You being the most faithful child of Babasaheb can you shirk your responsibility and the mission which you yourself undertook?

Remember, the article you wrote in the Caravan, Delhi, during the 1970s and the great transformation in you.

Remember, all those sacrifices and difficult days for all these 30-odd years. Remember how you left your wife and went to Nagpur to address a meeting when she was on the deathbed. No husband will do that. Your mission was more important than your life-partner. When I met you later you cried and said: “Raju, now I am alone”. But you are not alone.

The spirit of Babasaheb, which has anointed you to fulfil the unfinished task of the greatest son of India, is with you. Blessed is the one who follows the footsteps of Babasaheb Ambedkar.

In the history of India you alone will be for ever remembered by the enemy of the children of India. The enemy has recorded your name in their CPU.


A few words on the Editorial on “Mystery of the Master key” (DV Edit Aug.1, 2010).

My basic question is: Did Babasaheb ever write on a “cultural revolution” as a pre-requisite to the political revolution?

Babasaheb was quoting several incidents from several countries beginning with the religious revolution started by Luther in England and he ended with Guru Nanak in India. But nowhere Babasaheb mentioned “cultural revolution”. Why? He knew that touching “cultural revolution” would invite confusion. On the other hand he was repeatedly quoting social and religious revolution. But I consider that Babasaheb gave more emphasis on “religious revolution”.


Babasaheb wrote:

“History bears out the proposition that political revolutions have been preceded by social and religious revolution”. (Vol.1, 1979, p.43).

How do we interpret social and religious revolution in India? Why you have added “cultural revolution” in the Editorial? “Cultural” is too a vague term under the Indian context. If we as honest children of Babasaheb carefully read and study all the volumes of Babasaheb we will definitely come to the conclusion that without destroying Brahminism (or call it Hinduism) nothing is possible in India.

He had the courage to speak out that to save India we must destroy Hinduism. (Thus Spake Ambedkar, Vol.2, pp.29-30).

How to destroy Hinduism? Is it possible through a cultural revolution? Never. Is it possible through a social revolution?

How do we understand or how do we interpret social revolution in India? Social revolution in the Indian context is nothing but religious revolution. But then what is religious revolution? What should be religious revolution in India?


According to Kanshi Ram there are at least 35,000 Dalit organizations all over India. At least 85% of them claim “all-India status”. Let me ask a frank and straight question: Does any of these Dalit organizations speak about a religious revolution? We must honestly make it clear to our people that “religious revolution” in India is nothing but quitting Hinduism and go for conversion. (The Dalit, May-June, 2002, p.38). Why our Dalit leaders are afraid of speaking about what is best for our people? Why they are afraid? Whom are they afraid of? Why do they lack courage? Can these words purchase courage for a million dollar?


Why you also do not speak about the conversion of our people for a better future? Babasaheb gave more importance to “religious conversion” than any other aspect. He showed it to his people while he was alive. Why our people are not following his footsteps?

All those who are the beneficiaries of reservation are the worst criminals. They are ungrateful to themselves. They are the enemies of our innocent and illiterate Dalits. They are selfish.


After securing all constitutional rights and remedies why did Babasaheb undertake a “religious revolution” on Oct.14, 1956? Why did you get converted to Budhism?

Read Vol.V (p.411 to 421). On p.412 Babasaheb clearly wrote that “in Hinduism there is no hope for the Untouchables”. Why do our people still remain in Hinduism? Why do we run after political interest? Why our people are addicted to political crumbs? Why are they disobeying their Father?


History bears testimony that in human history even political revolution is preceded by religious revolution. After Budha, did India have any religious revolution? Had the great social revolutionary, Periyar E.V. Ramaswamy, undertaken a religious revolution of conversion that would have become a model for the whole country and by this time India’s destiny would have been entirely different from what we are experiencing today.

Certainly the Aryans would have run away from India. Today we the 85% of Indians are lamenting and this laminating would continue unending. At least the Dalits, Tribals and the OBCs who are the worst victims of Hinduism should go for conversion.

Let the 21st century slogan be “Quit Hinduism” and go for conversion.

Are we ready? Any amount of criticism of Hinduism and Brahmins and Hindus will bring nothing. It is like a barking of dog. Stop all other activities and think, write, speak and act for a religious revolution.

We should prove that we are the faithful children of Babasaheb by giving a call to religious conversion. We lack missionaries and we do not have any. How can we proceed? I have no hope. Even the highest literate Kerala is afraid of talking abut conversion. It is a shame.

After China went communist, the Father of the “Chinese nation” Mao Tse-tung launched the historic revolution to destroy all the values, practises, manners — the entire centuries -old rotten system. This came to be known in history as China’s “Cultural Revolution” which included destruction of not only religion but politics and everything else. This is the meaning of “cultural revolution” which alone can destroy Brahminsm. “Culture” includes religion — EDITOR.


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