Dr Ram Manohar Lohia is one of the main freedom fighters of India's freedom struggle. He believed in the equality of all and was a strong opponent of India's caste system. After the independence of the country, he openly opposed the policies of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. He supported reservation and was a supporter of women empowerment. Today, on his death anniversary, let us know his 7 precious thoughts:-
1- The use of English is a barrier to fundamental thinking, a breeder of feelings of inferiority and a distance between educated and uneducated people. Let us get organized to restore the true reputation of Hindi.
2- If a socialist government uses force, which results in the death of some people, it has no right to rule.
3- When major social change works begin, some people in the society are passionate to oppose it.
4- An Indian woman should be like Draupadi, who never lost her mind to a man.
5- The woman should not be like a bundle but should be so powerful that she can take the man with her as a bundle on time.
6- Those who speak loudly cannot make revolutions, they cannot do much work. Lustre is needed not nonsense.