Know his precious thoughts on the death anniversary of Mahatma Jyotiba Phule
Know his precious thoughts on the death anniversary of Mahatma Jyotiba Phule

New Delhi: Today is the death anniversary of the great revolutionary, social reformer, thinker, Mahatma Jyotiba Phule of our country. Every year, on 28th November in our country, the ideal teacher celebrates the death anniversary of Mahatma Jyotiba Phule. Today, on his death anniversary, we are going to tell you some important things related to him.

Mahatma Jyotiba Phule was born on April 11, 1827, in Pune. His mother's name was Chimana and his father's Govind Rao.  Not only that, his family had been working as gardeners for generations. Even today, it is said that he used to bring flowers from Satara to Pune and make flower garland, so his generation was known as 'Phule'.

Jyotiba is a very intelligent person. He completed his studies in Marathi. He was a great revolutionary, Indian thinker, philanthropist, writer and philosopher. Jyotiba was married to Savitribai in 1840 at the age of just 13. The religious reform movement in Maharashtra is growing rapidly. To oppose the caste system and to implement monotheism, 'Prathana Samaj' was also founded, which was headed by Govind Ranade and RG Bhandarkar. At that time, the caste system was rampant in Maharashtra. A 'Prathana Samaj' had been established to destroy it.

Where it is found that the ideal teacher Jyotirao Govindrao Phule died on 28 November 1890 in Pune. Satyashodhak Samaj was established for the upliftment of untouchables by this great social worker. Seeing this sentiment, he has also been given the title of 'Mahatma' in 1888. Jyotirao Phule's role in eliminating untouchability from the country and empowering society was very important. Today, he used to try to read out his thoughts about this ideal personality. Here are the precious thoughts of Mahatma Jyotiba.

Mahatma Jyotiba's Precious Thoughts
1. God is one and all human beings are their children.

2. Education is equally essential for both men and women.

3. Do not ask those who join your struggle for their caste.

4. Bad measures should not be taken to complete good work.

5. If someone cooperates in any way, do not turn away from him.

6. The lives of farmers have been disrupted due to economic inequality. Selfishness takes different forms, sometimes it takes the form of caste and sometimes religion.

7. The spirit of nationalism in India will not develop as long as there is an ethnic bond over food and marital relations.

On the death anniversary of Jyotibaphule, Nitin Gadkari has KOO and wrote: Salutations to Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Ji, the great social reformer who has always dedicated himself to tribal upliftment and women empowerment.



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