Frequently Asked Questions

 

GENERAL QUESTIONS

Mulnivasi Sangh is a socio-cultural voluntary organisation registered under Societies Registration Act 1960. It is a national level organisation

and has geographical network in almost all the states in India, barring a few north-eastern states.

Any Indian citizen who belongs to Other Backward Caste (OBC) or Scheduled Tribe (ST) or Scheduled Caste (SC). The citizens from these

categories who have converted to minority religions such as Islam, Christianity, Buddhism, Sikhism, etc. can also become members.

To become member of the Mulnivasi Sangh, you have to fill in the details in the format that appears when you click on the tab "Join Us" at

the top right corner of the home page of this website. You have to agree to the declaration that comes at the end of the form. Once you submit

the form, you readily get provisional membership of the Mulnivasi Sangh. Your membership of the Mulnivasi Sangh will be confirmed and 

communicated to you after validation of the information provided by you and payment of the nominal membership fee. Alternatively, to obtain

membership of the Mulnivasi Sangh, you can contact any existing member of the Mulnivasi Sangh you know. He/she will make the application

form available to you and also assist you with submission of the form and the fees. The fee is very nominal and is Rs 10. only.

 

The Mulnivasi Sangh works on the Phule-Ambedkarite ideology. The objective of the Mulnivasi Sangh is to create an ideal society that

is based on equality, liberty, fraternity  and justice through peaceful social revolution and structural transformation.

Phule-Ambedkarite ideology refers to the ideals for which the two great men worked tirelessly in their lives. Both, Jyotiba Phule and

Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar fought against inequality and discrimination in society caused by caste system imposed by Brahminism.

They and many of our icons believed that the Shudras and Ati-Shudras ( OBCs and SC, ST) have been suppressed and denied

human rights by the three Varnas, namely, Brahmins, Kshatriyas and Vaishyas. They believed that the downtrodden people (Mulnivasis) 

can be liberated only by destroying the caste system and Brahminism. Their approach of creating a society based on equality, liberty,

fraternity and justice through peaceful and constructive measures is known as Phule-Ambedkarite ideology.

The Mulnivasi Sangh wants to achieve its objective of the ideal society by a peaceful social revolution that will transform society. It strives

to educate people about the problems faced by the Mulnivasi people, the causes behind those problems and also the possible solutions.

It also provides a platform to all those who want to be a part of the social revolution and thus organises Mulnivasi people. The

Mulnivasi Sangh, through its various peaceful and lawful activities strives to influence, assist, or even compel governments to legislate

and execute policies to ensure equality, liberty and fraternity. It proactively works to destroy the caste system and brahminism which are

at the root of the problems faced by Mulnivasi people. The Mulnivasi Sangh also fights against atrocities on Mulnivasi people and strives for

justice.

The Mulnivasi Sangh carries out various programmes and activities such as-

Regular Cadre Camps

Regular Workshops

Mulnivasi Melas to establish Mulnivasi Identity and Culture

State Conventions

National Conventions

Creation and publication of Mulnivasi Bahujan literature

Campaigns and agitations on issues affecting the Mulnivasis.

You can get snapshots of some of these activities in photo gallery.

 

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