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Account Options Sign in. Top charts. New releases. Add to Wishlist. Basavanna Vachanagalu What you get from this app: 1. Wide screen reading 3. Background Wallpaper , text and text area editor in setings 5. Easy Navigation About Basavanna: Basava also known as Bhakti Bhandari Basavanna or Basaveshwara , — was an Indian philosopher, statesman, Kannada poet and a social reformer in what is now Karnataka, India.
Basava fought against the practice of the caste system, which discriminated against people based on their birth, and other rituals in Hinduism. He spread social awareness through his poetry, popularly known as Vachanaas. These were rational and progressive social thoughts in the twelfth century.
Basaveshwara is undoubtedly one of the pioneer's of Indian Democracy. He created a model Parliament called the "Anubhava Mantapa," which not only gave equal proportion to men and women, but also had representatives from different socioeconomic backgrounds. The carvings of the model Parliament can be found across many temples in south India.
He was a man ahead of his time, who believed that conflict should be resolved through debate and not violence. He advocated mercy towards both humans and animals. Reviews Review Policy. View details. Flag as inappropriate. See more. RADIO daijiworld. More by DroidMobiGroup. Santh Shishunal Sharif. Santh Shishunal Sharif Poems in Kannada. Ishtu Dina ee Vaikunta. Eshtu Sahasvantha Neene Balavantha. Sri Ganesh Sahasranama. Powerfull Lord Sri Ganesha Sahasranama. Nadedu Barayya-Dasara Padagalu.
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Basavanna was active during the rule of both dynasties but reached his peak of influence during the rule of King Bijjala II in Karnataka , India. Basavanna spread social awareness through his poetry, popularly known as Vachanaas. As the chief minister of his kingdom, he introduced new public institutions such as the Anubhava Mantapa or, the "hall of spiritual experience" ,  which welcomed men and women from all socio-economic backgrounds to discuss spiritual and mundane questions of life, in open. The traditional legends and hagiographic texts state Basava to be the founder of the Lingayats.