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"I refuse injustice because

refusing to accept injustice is

the first step towards revolution."

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may 8 2018

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apr 18 2018

"Each grain of soil sings in chorus

Oh Merciless, Go back."

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"Hum Samvidhan ko bachayenge

Hum kagaz nahi dikhayenge"

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may 8 2018

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"Main har shahar ka

Shaheen bagh hoon."

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may 8 2018

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"God, Waheguru and Allah are not

dual identities.

He is one and present in both."

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may 8 2018

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"लोगों और जगहों में

मैं छूटता रहा।

कभी थोड़ा, कभी बहुत "

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"Hum Dekhenge,

Wo din ke jis ka wada hai"

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feb 9 2018

"Lab pe aati hai dua banke

tamanna meri"

Is India a dream deferred? What did we really win when India became independent on 15 August, 1947?

Where do we find ourselves on 15 August, 2020?

Naseeruddin Shah recites Faiz Ahmed Faiz’s iconic poem, The Dawn Of Freedom – Subh‐e Azadi

“I refuse injustice because refusing to accept injustice is the first step towards Revolution.” says Aamir Aziz, echoing the sentiment of the freedom fighters who stood up against the colonial regime of the British to win India’s freedom on 15 August, 1947.

Aamir Aziz, the poet-songwriter-actor from the city of Patna, who has revolutionised the voice of dissent.

Listen to the melodious voice of Poojan Sahil as he pays tribute to the farmers of Punjab protesting on Delhi’s Tikri border, against the 3 new farm bills.

After facing water cannons and lathis of the police, the farmers continue their protest to become symbols of resilience and bravery.

We stand in solidarity of the farmers fighting for their rights.

Meet 16-year-old Saddam Khan from Kharballi Char in Barpeta district of Assam. On the occassion of Eid, he dedicated this song to his father who is stuck in Delhi due to the lockdown.

This is a spiritual song known as Murshidi, in Miya dialect, spoken by Bengal origin Muslims.The people of Char areas are facing severe financial difficulties due to the lockdown.

This is a simple lament of loss and grief over the migrant crisis being witnessed across the country.

“Oh my brother, there is no God in that temple what is the point of ringing the bell?

Oh my brother, Fill this cup, pour out the nectar, why hide it from your own brother”

Padmashri Prahlad Tipaniya shares the message of Sant Kabir and how it remains forever relevant.