Nothing can stop me is a story inspired by true events of a fictionalised character called Sonali. The story chronicles her extra – ordinary personal and professional journey from her birth in Rajasthan’s small village call Parasuram to be totally independent young women. From the youngest pampered kid at home to managing her life single handled, without any support in spite of being differently-abled. Moving from pink city with negative memories to landing in commercial capital, to get pure love with lot of dreams and togetherness in IT city. Beautiful moments pass and come to a halt with a departing soul. Proving her inner strength being more powerful moves to small room, struggles and then finds her wings to fly. A candid, self-deprecating portrait of the person behind the persona, it talks about her life, many choices, battling stereotypes, then and now. And how she may not be as conventional as people think her to be.
यह पुस्तक विद्या भूषण रावत द्वारा देवरिया और कुशीनगर जनपद मे मुशहर समुदाय मे उनके द्वारा देखे गई घटनाओ का आंखो देखा विवरण है जो कुशीनगर मे भूख से हो रही मौतो के बारे मे मुशहर समाज के प्रश्नो को राष्टट्रीय और अंतराष्ट्रीय स्तर पर उठाने के बाद से 1998-99 से शुरु हुई. उत्तर प्रदेश के विभिन्न जनपदो विशेषकर चित्रकूट, फतेह्पुर, कानपुर देहात, गाजीपुर, सोनभद्र, लखीमपुर खीरी, मऊ, गोरखपुर, देवरिया और कुशीनगर मे भूमि और भूख के प्रश्नो को लेकर उन्होने न केवल स्वैच्छिक संगठनो के लोगो को अपने अधिकारॉ और कर्तव्यो की जानकारी और ट्रैनिंग दी अपितु उन्हे इन प्रश्नो को कानूनी तरीको से उठाने के तरीके भी बताये.
ये एक प्रकार से इस क्षेत्र में मुशहर समाज के संघर्षो का एक अच्छा दस्तावेज है और अन्य लोगो को प्रेरणा देगी. एक और मज़ेदार बात यह है
Understanding Ambedkarism through the eyes of Ambedkarites like M/s Bhagwan Das, L R Balley, V T Rajshekar, Raja Dhale, Vijay Surwade and many others as well as those who may not claim to be Ambedkarite yet remained supporters of the movement and vision that Dr Ambedkar espoused for such as Dr R M Pal and Mr Anand Patwardhan. You will read Mr Anand Teltumbde’s fierce critique but also Mr A K Biswas and Manohar Biswas’s narratives about dominance of brahmanical politics in West Bengal. The conversations are wide ranging with activists as well as human rights defenders in India, Nepal, Bangladesh, United Kingdom and United States of America. For the first time, here is a book that give you indepth understanding of caste, race, class and other ethnic issues. The conversations are also about Dravidian legacy of EVR Periyar as well as the issues of Chakmas in Bangladesh too. The Dalit question in Nepal is well discussed with an Ambedkarite as well as one leader of the left movement in Nepal. Read the fascinating work of Ambedkarites in UK through the prism of Ms Santosh Dass, Mr Arun Kumar and Mr Bishan Dass Bains. A well explained interview with Prof Kevin Brown about the issues of African American as well as his fascination towards Dr Baba Saheb Ambedkar.