"... Your old ways and allegations
  Are eaten away and cashed away.
 Please let pass the new methods,
 if you can not work hard and compete,
or lend a hand because times are changing.
It is 21st century now."
                                                          
The manifestation of times continuously changes,
Transforming feats, ideas and aspirations,
But fools celebrate the centuries-old genocide.                          
Revising the patterned game of dishonest interest, 
Disregarding the shifting forms and paints,
Apparently throwing deceitful shadows.

Times change ... it is unavoidable ...
let us forget the pains of the past sirens,
the ill-fated of brothers brutal ends.
Claimed as the grand victory,
Branded as the grand pantomime of celebrity,
The massacre of Bhima-Koregaon War. 

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Some fought for money for savage imperialist forces,
Fire from the brutes girdled the natives around,
And patriots sacrificed their lives at the outflow,
of the real call to what our work is and needs to be.
Penance, escape or exist were never in mind;
Young or old, avid shadow remains erect, though the death was near.

Treacherous, celebrating the victory of Imperialists,
Genocide of unfortunate fellow countrymen,  
 Our position and aims can cleverly shift;
You can lend soul to the greed of the wrong and unworthy,
Without imposing the theory and dead ideology of the rotten old lies.
Care aloft on the heads the high banner of India flow. 


N.B. The Battle of Koregaon was fought on 1 January 1818 between the British East India Company and Indian Peshwa rulers of the Maratha coalition at Koregaon Bhima village-river.

A 28,000-strong force led by Peshwa Baji Rao II on their way to attack the company-held Pune were suddenly met by an 800-strong Company force that was on its way to strengthen the British troops in Pune. The Peshwa send out around 2,000 soldiers to attack the British force which sought entrenchment in Koregaon. Led by Captain Francis Staunton, the Company troops defended their position for nearly 12 hours, before the Peshwa's troops finally withdrew, fearing the imminent arrival of a larger British force.

There is a "victory pillar" in Koregaon Bhima commemorating the battle.
Some fringe caste and left elements use this war and the victory of imperialist British forces over Indians as the victory of Dalits over Brahmans and spread hate and lies about Dalits relationships with Hindus.




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