Basavanna comes to life through drama and literature – The New Indian Express

By Express press service

BENGALURUCHITRADURGA: The social reformer Basavanna gave equal treatment to all sections of the hierarchical caste system. He did not just unite different castes but also treated women equally by rejecting exclusivist Vedic systems, Union Minister Shobha Karandlaje said here at the ongoing National Theater Festival in Sanehalli, Chitradurga.

Invoking Basavanna and Narayana Guru, Karandlaje said that Karnataka gave the concept of equality to the whole world. Sanehalli Mutt strives to convey Basavanna’s philosophy to society through drama, art and literature, she said. ”.

Water Resources Minister Govind Karjol said social reformer Basavanna had to leave his home in the name of women and women’s equality. He prioritized the creation of a classless society and built a “Lingayat religion” to eradicate exploitation.

It is unfortunate that even after 900 years, we have not been able to build an ideal classless and casteless society, he added. Former Supreme Court Justice Justice Gopala Gowda said that although the Constitution provides equality for girls, neither governments nor the judiciary have failed to bring about equality.

BENGALURUCHITRADURGA: The social reformer Basavanna gave equal treatment to all sections of the hierarchical caste system. He did not just unite different castes but also treated women equally by rejecting exclusivist Vedic systems, Union Minister Shobha Karandlaje said here at the ongoing National Theater Festival in Sanehalli, Chitradurga. Invoking Basavanna and Narayana Guru, Karandlaje said that Karnataka gave the concept of equality to the whole world. Sanehalli Mutt strives to convey Basavanna’s philosophy to society through drama, art and literature, she said. ”. Water Resources Minister Govind Karjol said social reformer Basavanna had to leave his home in the name of women and women’s equality. He prioritized the creation of a classless society and built a “Lingayat religion” to eradicate exploitation. It is unfortunate that even after 900 years, we have not been able to build an ideal classless and casteless society, he added. Former Supreme Court Justice Justice Gopala Gowda said that although the Constitution provides equality for girls, neither governments nor the judiciary have failed to bring about equality.

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