27 JUN 2016 BANJARA SAMAJ ITIHAS

All India Banjara Seva Sangh should expand its functioning: A Suggestion from Dr. Vijay Pawar

All India Banjara Seva Sangh should expand its functioning. It has to work hard for involvement of common Banjara people in a democratic way. Till today the image of Sangha is get together of Banajara celebrities in the meetings. It has to expand itself to Tanda level which is the basic unit of Banjara. Registration of membership should be open. There should be democratic way of selection of office bearers right from basic units to national level. There is need of an official website of the All India Banjara Seva Sangh.

Dr. Vijay Pawar
Posted on July 11, 2011—————————————————————————————–

In the memory of Baba Lakhi Shah Ji Banjara…

Gurmat Sangeet School, Sialai Kadhai Center and English Medium School started at the 331st Death Anniversay of Bhai Lakhi Shah Ji Banjara

Students of Gurmat Sangeet Class running by Bhai Lakhi Shah Ji Banjara Academy Village Qasimpura, Bhopa Road, Mujaffarnagar, U.P. Bhai Ravi Singh and Bhai Malkit Singh performing Keertan at Mahan Gurmat Samagam on June 18, 2011 in the memory of Bhai Lakhi Shah Ji Banjara.

Shri Charan Singh Nayak, President, Bhai Lakhi Shah Banjara Academy honoring S. Gurjeet Singh Sahni (Khalsa Dal, Mujaffarnagar) at Bhai Lakhi Shah Banjara Memorial Gurmat Samagam.

Raagi Jatha Bhai Yoginder Singh Dehradun performing Keertan at Bhai Lakhi Banjara Memorial Gurmat Samagam on June 18, 2011 at Village Qasimpura.

Shri Charan Singh Nayak and other Sangat performing the sewa of Nishaan Sahib at Gurdwara Bhai Lakhi Shah Banjara Yaadgaar, Qasimpura, Bhopa Road, Mujaffarnagar, U.P.

Mrs. Mithilesh Pal M.L.A Morna, U.P. was chief guest at this function. Mrs. Mithilesh Pal M.L.A. appreciated the efforts of Bhai Lakhi Shah Banjara Academy and she assured the Banjara people that she will help the academy for the upliftment of Banjaras.

Raagi Jatha Bhai Ajit Singh and Amarjeet Singh Jalalpur performing Keertan at Bhai Lakhi Shah Banjara Memorial Gurmat Samagam at Village Qasimpura on June 18, 2011.

Giani Gurbachan Singh performing Ardaas at Bhai Lakhi Shah Banjara Memorial Gurmat Samagam at Village Qasimpura on June 18, 2011. Shri Charan Singh Nayak and Bhai Tirlochan Singh Deval also present at this time.

Giani Gurbachan Singh performing Ardaas at Bhai Lakhi Shah Banjara Memorial Gurmat Samagam on June 18, 2011. Shri Charan Singh Nayak and other sangat is also present at this ocassion.

Mujaffarnagar, (U.P.), July 4, 2011 (Banjara Times):  Gurudwara Bhai Lakhi Shah Banjara Yaadgaar, Village Qasimpura, Bhopa Road, Mujaffarnagar , U. P.  celebrated 331st Death Anniversary of Bhai Lakhi Shah Ji Banjara on June 18, 2011 with full enthusiasm.

Chief Organizer of the function Charan Singh Nayak told the Banjara Times that Bhai Lakhi Shah Banjara Academy from this year started Claasses of Gurmat Sangeet, Silai-Kadhai Center and English Medium Classes for Nursery, LKG, UKG. Shri Charan Singh Nayak added that 7 teachers are working for these classes.

Mrs. Mithilesh Pal M.L.A Morna, U.P. was chief guest at this function. Mrs. Mithilesh Pal M.L.A. appreciated the efforts of Bhai Lakhi Shah Banjara Academy and she assured the Banjara people that she will help the academy for the upliftment of Banjaras.

Bhai Lakhi Shah Banjara academy also honored Sardar Gurjeet Singh Sahni (Khalsa Dal Mujaffarnagar).

Ragi Jathas Bhai Yoginder Singh Dehradun, Bhai Satbir Singh, Bhai Ajit Singh, Bhai Amarjeet Singh Jalalpur, Bhai Ravi Singh, Bhai Malkit Singh performed Keertan at this Gurmat Samagam in the memory of Bhai Lakhi Shah Ji Banjara.

Anyone can contact Shri Charan Singh Nayak at his cell phone 96271-38155 and 94125-83931.
Posted on July 4, 2011————————————————————————————————

10th Death Anniversary of Ram Singh Ji Bhanawat

“Padam Shri Ram Singh Bhanawat spent his whole life for the Unity of Banjaras”

Shri  Shankar Ade, Editor, Weekly Sevabhoomi , Shri Subhash Bhanwat (Son of Padam Shri Ram Singh Ji Bhanawat), Shri Raja Bhau Chawan (Congress leader, Digras), Shri Gajanan Rathod, Shri Roore Guruji, Sanjay Sere, Pandurang Bhanawat presented flowers at the picture of Shri Ram Singh Ji Bhanawat.

Digras, (Maharashtra), July 4, 2011 (Shankar Ade): Padam Shri Ram Singh Bhanawat Memorial Trust Thane Mumbai otganized 10th Death Anniversary of Padam Shri Ram Singh Ji Bhanawat at Mukkawar Complex, Digras, District Yavatmal on June 10, 2011.

Shri  Shankar Ade, Editor, Weekly Sevabhoomi , Shri Subhash Bhanwat (Son of Padam Shri Ram Singh Ji Bhanawat), Shri Raja Bhau Chawan (Congress leader, Digras), Shri Gajanan Rathod, Shri Roore Guruji, Sanjay Sere, Pandurang Bhanawat presented flowers at the picture of Shri Ram Singh Ji Bhanawat.

Shri Raja Bhau Chawan said that Shri Ram Singh Ji Bhanawat spent his whole life for the unity of Banjara Samaj. He payed very important role in the formation of All India Banjara Seva Sangh. Shri Shankar Ade, Editor, Sevabhoomi Weekly said that Padam Shri Ram Singh Bhanawat was a real social worker. He never dreamed about any kind of political authority and it is a truth that he was a childhood friend of then Chief Minister of Maharashtra Shri Vasant Rao Ji Naik.

Vasant Rao Naik father of Green Revolution in Maharashtra

August 18, 2011: Death Anniversary function of Shri Vasant Rao Ji Naik in Vidhan Bhavan of Maharashra. Shri Vasant Davkhare and Dr. Anant Kalse presented flowers on the picture of Shri Vasant Rao Ji Naik.

Vasantrao Naik (July 1, 1913 – 1979) was first Banjara Chief Minister of Maharashtra from 1963 until 1975. He was born in Gavli, Pusad in 1913. His experience in grassroots politics made him a responsible legislator.

He was a Member of Legislative Assembly of Madhya Pradesh during 1952-1957, the then bilingual Bombay State during 1957-1960 and of Maharashtra during 1960 to 1977. In 1952 he was appointed Deputy Minister for Revenue in the Government of Madhya Pradesh. He was made Minister for Cooperation in 1957 and later Minister for Agriculture in the Government of Bombay State. From 1960 to 1963 he was Minister for Revenue in Government of Maharashtra.

He was elected Chief Minister of Maharashtra, a post which he held for more than eleven years during 1963-1975. He was the father of the Green Revolution in Maharashtra. The industrialisation of Maharashtra is largely the legacy of his progressive industrial policies. Later his nephew Sudhakarrao Naik also became Chief Minister of Maharashtra.

He was also elected to 6th Lok Sabha from Washim (Lok Sabha constituency) in 1977. He died on 18th August in 1979.

Regards,
Ravi Rathod
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