Dravidian Ethos

The Non-Brahmin Manifesto

Today, people concerned about Social Justice in the Hindi heartland states of U.P. and Bihar, popularly termed the ‘cow belt’, are lauding the DMK leader M.K. Stalin in social media.... Subscribe

Life and Times of Navalar Nedunchezhian

When the DMK President and Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, M.K. Stalin unveiled a bust of another icon of the Dravidian Movement, late Dr. V. R. Nedunchezhian, widely known as ‘Navalar’, at the State Guest House in Chennai on December 26, 2021.... Subscribe

Perasiriyar Birth Centenary Year Begins

Raising the curtains for the inaugural of the birth centenary year celebrations of one of the tallest leaders of the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK), late Prof. K. Anbazhagan, known endearingly to Tamils worldover as ‘Perasiriyar’ (December 19, 1922- March 7, 2020), the DMK President.... Subscribe

Challenges faced by Dr. Ambedkar in Drafting the Indian Constitution

India obtained independence on August 15, 1947 as a constitutional monarchy with George VI as Head of State and the Earl of Mountbatten as its Governor-General. The country, though, did not yet have a constitution; instead, its laws were based on the modified colonial Government of India Act of 1935.... Subscribe


Bhupesh Gupta, a leading luminary of the Communist movement in India, had been an indefatigable Parliamentarian. He was elected to the Rajya Sabha on March 13, 1952 and remained its member till his death on August 6, 1981, serving five terms.... Subscribe