Hyderabad: Dr K Ramachandra Murthy, Editorial Director, Sakshi Media Group has said that Marxism is relevant in all the places and all the situations and at all the times. Speaking at a programme organised by the Centre for Dalit Studies (CDS) to commemorate and celebrate 200th birth anniversary of Karl Marx at Ravindra Bharathi on Saturday, he said Marxism will remain relevant for all the times. He presided programme.
Prof YB Satyanarayana welcomed all the guests and spoke about contemporary Indian society related to Karl Marx.
Delivering the Key note address, Dr Gabriele Dietrich, social analyst from Tamil Nadu compared the ideology of Marx, Ambedkar and Buddha in several aspects. She has referred to the 3rd volume of Ambedkar’s writings for the topic of Marx and Buddha. Expressed her enthusiasm in getting the Indian women into the social movements same as the French revolution where women were leading the movement.
Nava Telangana Chief Editor Mr Veeraiah said State should not patronize the society on the basis of religion. He quoted many of the recent incidents happened reported all over India in this context.
Kaki Madhava Rao, retired IAS oficer has questioned the way politicians supporting the religious events happening all over the India.
Chukka Ramaiah, Educationist has recollected his experiences during the armed struggle of Telangana and the relevance of Marxism in their struggle. And also mentioned Marxism must be understood in a scientific way rather than in a logical way.
Mangesh Dahiwale, a Buddhist scholar has mentioned that Buddhism has thought almost the same ideology of Marx’s from long back.
Mallepalli Laxmaiah, Chairperson of CDS has stated that Ambedkar is the only person who has understood the Marxism in a correct manner and in the Indian context, political leaders have failed to understand and implement Marxism in total and related Buddha, Jesus and other religious gurus who have worked for society with Marx.
Mallepalli Laxmaiah has said that if any group or individual or institute is ready to hold any seminars, discussions on Marx, Centre for Dalit Studies would always be pleasure to support and join the meetings.