Chamar

Who are they?

One of the largest communities of India, they are a Scheduled Caste that has a single generic name. The name Chamar is derived from the Sanskrit charmakar (leather worker). They work with leather, making hides and shoes and bags. They were relegated to living on the outer edges of villages due to the small of rotting hides and chemicals that they were steeped in. The name Dalit (Marathi for the broken or oppressed people) is a preferred name for this community.

They are known by various names in each state and are listed along with other synonyms and subgroups. In Uttar Pradesh they are known as Raidas; in Bihar as Charmkar, Mochi or Ravidas; in Chandigarh as Jatia Chamar or Ramdasi; in Himachal Pradesh as Arya or Mochi; in Punjab as Ramdasi or Raigar; and in Haryana as Jatav or Jatia. Some of these subgroups, such as the Satnami of Madhya Pradesh, prefer not to identified with Chamars and maintain a separate identity.

They belong to a caste group of heterogeneous people who are not racially or socially homogenous. They are a conglomeration of a large number of people groups from the lowest caste regarded as untouchable according to Hindu social and religious belief. The Indian Constitution abolished the Chamar’s untouchable status and was listed in a schedule with all other lower castes (from which the term Scheduled Caste is derived) and made them eligible to receive special benefits from the government’s developmental schemes. In spite of this legislation, social stigma remains and higher castes still do not drink or eat food and water from Chamars, especially in rural areas. UP has the largest percentage (21%) and number (37 million) of the Oppressed Dalits (a collective term used for people groups considered untouchables by Hindus). The Chamar live in almost all the states of northern, central and western India.

What Are Their Lives Like?

The Chamar are partly urban and partly rural community, mostly living in the plains. In the past, the Chamar have been landless and known for their work in skin and hide work and agricultural labour. However, under the government’s post-independence land allotment programs, seven of the twenty-nine Chamar communities have become landholders. The Reservation policies for Scheduled Castes have enabled many Chamar to become government employees. Some other occupations include unskilled labour for daily wages or contract basis, masonry, basketry and self employment.

The Chamar play an important part in politics. In an attempt to rid themselves of caste bias and exploitation, they have united with other Dalits to form a national political party called the Bahujan Samaj Party which has takes an offensive position towards higher castes. The Party has been quite successful. One of its Chamar leaders, Ms. Mayawati, was elected Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh in 1995. This was a milestone in conservative Uttar Pradesh which is traditionally ruled by the higher castes.

Although education is important to the Chamars, boys are sent to school only for a short time and leave to find work in order to support the family. Girls are generally kept home as it is socially unacceptable to extend opportunities to them that are traditionally reserved for boys. The Chamar are a dynamic community and are more likely to make use of the opportunities offered by development programs in comparison to other Dalits. Family planning is increasingly acceptable to them.

The Chamar are non-vegetarians who eat mostly pork; beef is eaten in Gujarat though it is not permitted by Hindus. Some eat carrion. Goan Chamar have a diet of fish curry and rice. Other staples are wheat, rice, barley, millet and maize.

Customs

The Chamar marry within their community but maintain exogamy at village or clan level. In Uttar Pradesh, marriages between cousins are acceptable, preferably with the daughter of a mother’s brother. Marriage is arranged by negotiation between families. Child marriages are becoming less common. Marriage symbols are vermilion on the forehead, bangles and toe-rings. A dowry is given by the bride’s family though a few Chamar pay a cash bride price. Divorce is permitted on grounds of maladjustment, adultery or cruelty. Widows and divorced women are allowed to remarry.

Chamar’s live apart from their parents and in joint families. A son is entitled to an equal share of inheritance; the oldest succeeds his father as head of the family. Daughters receive no inheritance and have a low status. In villages, the women tend domestic animals, collect cow dung and make ‘pats’ that is used as fuel and sometimes also work as laborers to contribute to the family’s income. They participate in social and religious events that relate to family and community.

Community councils exercise social control. Sentencing for includes social boycott, excommunication and cash fines. The community is rich in oral tradition and has a vast repertoire of folk-songs, sung to the accompaniment of percussion instruments.

What Are Their Beliefs?

Chamar communities are mainly Hindu but some are Buddhist and Sikh. In North India, most Hindu Chamar belong to the Raidasi sect and worship guru Ravidas, a disciple of Ramananda, who is known as a champion for promoting change for the oppressed Chamar. Other gods, family and village deities are also worshipped.

The Jatav, a subgroup of the Chamar famous for leather craftsmanship, live in the districts of Agra and Mathura and disassociate their community from other Chamar. The Jatav continue mass conversions to Buddhism since 1956, when Dr. Ambedkar, a champion for India’s disadvantaged people, embraced Buddhism. Festivals for his birth and death anniversaries are held in his honor.

In Haryana, some Chamar, influenced by Dr. Ambedkar, converted to Buddhism, while others are Christian and Sikh. Sociologists have found that despite calling themselves Buddhists, old Hindu beliefs are so ingrained that they coexist with their belief in Ambedkar and Buddha. Some Chamar communities also believe in spirits and the ‘evil eye’ and consult sorcerers. Bihari deities include Sati, and Sitala Mata, while in Goa, Ganesh and Shiva are worshipped. Most Chamar in Punjab and Chandigarh are Sikh and are called Ramdasi after Guru Ramdas the fifth Sikh Guru. They bow down before the Guru Granth Sahib, the holy book of the Sikhs. The Nirankari and Radhasaomi sects advocate worship to an omnipresent Supreme Being who is without form, does away with rituals and idolatry and provides close fellowship within equals.

What Are Their Needs?

The basic needs of the Chamar are financial security and literacy. A greater need is for equal opportunity, dignity and freedom from discrimination. .

 

169 Comments

  1. why , even today people thinks that we are back wards and dont have any type of status in the society .Well i just wat to say to the communities who think we are back wards , but wea re not come in any field and any competation we tell u we are where.

    And i fell very happy that I am a chamar ,i proud to be . B ecause I am not lesser then any one . Hats of to BABA SHAIB BHIM RAO KO.

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    • hi this is vipin kumar(robbin jaatav),
      i m also with you,
      CHAMAR HUN WO NA RAHE JEBBAN RAKHDE NOTTA NAL BHARKE,
      CHAMAR HUN WO NA RAHE GHARO NIKLE BULET TE CHADHKE……………

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      • YOU R ALL RIGHT, I M ALWAYS WITH UR COMMENTS.

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        • We chamar’s can achieve anything and everything with the EDUCATION just educate yourself and become professional or atleast fluent yourself in ENGLISH language as Dr. Ambedkar said

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  2. chamars are discoverers we have to investigate the reality in order to establish identity

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  3. feel proud to be CHAMAR
    and want to say
    shikshit bano, sanghtit raho, sangharsh karo

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    • bhai sahab nange panw ghumana parega hi..hi…

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  4. chamar full form chamda atma(soul) mans ragt then coplete chamar so every person chamar
    and i am a chamar i proud to bee chamar

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    • Rock all time 😊

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  5. A lot of Chamars escaped oppression and emigrated to Fiji, St Lucia etc as labourers over 100 years ago. These people removed the caste system and the dowry system altogether from their culture. Their decendants grew up to be educated professionals such as doctors, professors, bankers and businessmen who now thrive in Fiji USA New Zealand Canada etc.. They live with dignity and pride with no stigma. They enjoy a quality lifestyle far removed from what their fellow dalits are subjected to in India even today. Their success is proof that the reason Dalits are backward is because they are subjugated and trodden upon by the so called upper castes in their homeland.. Give us a level playing field and we are just as good as anybody else. Had god designated the occupation and status of Dalits, those in Fiji would still have been exactly in the same situation as Dalits in India.

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    • bhai sahab hamare liye bhi zagah chhod do.

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    • The only Dharm is Bauddh, it gives us social justice and equality. No caste system exists in Buddha. So all Chamars should accept Bauddha Dharm and accelerate it intellectually as good as other Asian Countries like China, Japan, Srilanka, Hongkong etc…….

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    • Sir I believe that chamar can not develop themselves till they get fully educated. I also belong to this community. I saw that our people are legging each other which is not a good sign of healthy society. Therefore, the labourers living in Fiji are great they developed themselves and created a history. We should learn from them.

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  6. why are you disgracing the mochis/chamars?
    I am a Mochi by caste and doing my Phd,I reside in maharashtra.
    Please get your facts right and get them updated.Almost all Mochis are educated (as far as i have seen in my native state-maharashtra)
    In my family we have well known docters,bankers,engineers,architects,and the women too are highly educated.Most of the women are highly educated in our community.
    Also let me clarify you we dont have pork…you will find many Mochis who are strict vegeterians.
    We are living in the 21st century and you are still in 1600′s…we dont hve child marriages,dowry in our community infact it is more prevalent in rich class communities
    I am proud to belong to Mochi caste..we did a noble job of making and selling footwears as they protected the feet from infections,wounds and dust.
    Please get your facts right and then make a statement!

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    • So I am… and Totally agree with what Devyani has to say. We are downtrodden with minds and when the system has provided us opportunities we are utilising it and we are carving a niche for ourselves.. I am a samagara and live in Hyderabad. I am proud to be a Mochi,Chamar, Charmkar, or Samgar whatever name u give.

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      • The attempt is good. It is wrong that marriages among cousins r permitted in up. The fact required to be reconfirmed.

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    • Very good i am proud to just like you

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      • take to me

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      • jo baat karni h yahi kar lo, sb log yahan baat hi toh kar rahe h. facebook par kya jyada achi hoti h?

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    • But, when we are emerging day by day as Doctors, engineers etc., the cast system should be finished because humanitarianism system should be accelerated. So accept Buddhism, where there is the system of equality.

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      • We r poor bcoz.we r devied in every village we r just some few in quanty against just only two main dominant caste u know them our inocent elders did not under stand that trick to crus there rights

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    • Let me tell you all jatavs now come under chamar caste as a sub caste.they are great kshatriyas(yaduvanshi rajputs) who are the survivors of the war between parashurama and kshatriyas which forced them to hide their identity.they are really great.they tried to get back their status in early 20th century,they fought for their claims.an organisation was established in 1930’s.their claims were accepted as the proofs they presented were real and powerful but due to some jelous high caste people this powerful effort couldn’t earn anything but earned political power for jatav caste.jatavd are not chamars,they are chandravanshi(yaduvanshi) rajputs(kshatriyas) who have their lineage from lord shiva.

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      • u fool, this is all brahmins propaganda to divide us…

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        • He is right. Jatavs are Yadu vanshis not chamars. They ran away from part of Maharashtra because of Parshurama. Jatavs should not be considered Dalits.

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    • Bro welldone..!
      I completely agree with you. :)

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    • We Chumar are Kings and Queens of the Indus Valley. Prior to aryan invasion we rules with many subdriod indo-African people. I am so proud of my lineage and history and my ancestors rise within me everyday. I am today a well accomplished woman. We are not victims but Victorious!

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  7. The recent emerging theories have shown that actually leather profession has nothing to do with word CHAMAR. Upto mid of 19th century Chamars of North-West India were biggest landowning communities and they fiercely participated in 1857 revolution. After the end of 1857 revolution emerged British empires identified some castes with it’s civil officers who belonged to the upper castes, identified Chamars, Gujjar, Meenas, Babaria, etc as criminal castes. As Chamars were the biggest communities of all and keep showing their resilience even after, so Britishers snatched their lands away from them and divided that lands into the no-farmer castes like Tyagi, Brahmans, Rajputs, etc and in help of Britishers cast-est history writers removed the struggle of Chamars from history. Research of the govt district-level documents of 19th century has shown that in Murabad division, Agra division, Sirsa, Gurgaon and Jallandhar, chamars was communities which highest agricultural revenue to government, followed by muslims, Jats and at some places Gujjars. Association of Chamars with leather mainly started only by the end of 19th century because of their need of survival and this give the reason to build a lie around the history.

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    • One maratha religion say you have LW categari and you have no value so please no underestimate your religion

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  8. i m very very proud to be chamar because al world is chamar. Jo bole so Nirbhe Shri Guru Ravidass maharaj g ki jai.

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  9. i proud that i am a chamar i am dabanng in my area……….

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    • bhai sahab hame maaf kardo.

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  10. Relation Between Chamar Community and Gautama Buddha

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    • koi khas baat nahi donu ped ke niche baithte hai.

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  11. actuly chamar word jo chawanr wansh se nikla hai jo aryo se pehle raj karte they kyoki arya bad me aaye aur hamare sub sadhno par kabja kar liya aur baki sub loot liya kuch bhag gaye jo nahi bhag suke unhe jabrdusti neech karyo par laga diya is liye chamar jati nahi hai ye to chawanar vansi hai is liye alag state me alag nam se jana jata hai kyoki india me 6000 village hai aur hur gaon me kevel 2 log ye kam karte hai iska mutlub ye nam kam se nahi hai bulki vansh se hai kyoki chander gupt morya isi vans ke hai aur ashok bhi is liye mujhe gurv hai ki me ek chawanar vansi hun or jat aur cast to bad me aai hai jabki humra vans pehle se hi tha is liye ye sub humari hi branch hai kyoki bap pehle hota hai beta bad me

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    • Please note total no of inhabitated villages in India 600000( 593731 as per 2011 census)

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  12. Jo bole so Nirbhe Shri Guru Ravidass maharaj g ki jai.

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  13. Sabhi deshvasiyo ko Ravidas Jayanti ki Shubhkamnai…..

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    • thanku you bhai.

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  14. i have one question iam a chamar girl and my boyfriend is saini do you think we can get married? we love each other alot and are going to tell our parents soon someone please help me

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    • CHAMAR HUN WO NA RAHE JEBBAN RAKHDE NOTTA NAL BHARKE,
      CHAMAR HUN WO NA RAHE GHARO NIKLE BULET TE CHADHKE……………

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    • bawli chori mauka padya sh hi….dekhna ke.

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    • Haan ho sakti hai

      apko manana pdega ghrwalon ko

      waki to aapkay upar depend karta hai Ki aap parents ko kitna convince kar patay ho

      so everything is possible

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  15. Hi I am a bit confused. . About your history for chamar. . I have also done some reaserch on history…I have go through your words provided .. but just go through our link. And tell me kuldevta of chamar.. jai baba sidhchano ji.

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    • Dear sir, let us clear who are kuldevata? They are non but ourgrand family member who had sacrified for their family and done great contribution to family and society. We do not keep written histiry that is why mislead to consider as god, hence we never has name of Kuldevta like Ram or similar aryas name.

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    • bhai ji chamdevta.

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  16. Chamars were never SC, we belong to the chamar clan of a very famous wrestler and head of army of king kans of mathura, CHANUR BALI. We are his descendants and our clan diety is also chanur bali only also known as baba sidh chano bali ji.

    Jai Baba Bali !!!

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    • is par to mahabharat hoi thi.

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      • bhai shoeran………shoe..ran
        shoe ko run karna
        matlab joota banana…..tum log bhi shoe banate the

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    • wtf are you saying? some say we are from chamar clanclan or etc etc.let me tell you mochi,jatav and others are sub castes of chamar community.they took up leather work as their profession.jatav is not a caste.it is a race,you can also calli yadu race.jatav name is derived from yadav.jatavs are yaduvanshi rajputs who are the survivors of kshatriya parshuram war.which forced them to hide and change identity. don’t add up anything about them or create new stories

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  17. I am going to say what I have through with this class of people – I am not going to say any speculative matter.

    I am from Fiji our family was purely a Brahmin Class but after the modern education had changed my families outlook and when the proposal for the marriage came from the Chamaar family we accepted it- but lot I have been through firstly on the actual marriage day they disrected our priest and vowed that he cannot carry the marraige ceremony, then demanded large sum of money from my father, when I went to my inlaws place my mother in law started swearing at me and started saying things about my caste and i being a vegetarian she ridiculed my belief , and she asked her son to go and file a divorce. I just asked my husband our family knew nothing about you people why are you treating me like this he understood and left his parents. We started to live hapily and after one year I was preganant with my first child I was very happy and thought my husband would be happy too but he was worried because now his parents demanded a brand new house from him and he made it clear that I need to abort my child – I cried in silence this was purely against my religious up bringing and I came to understand for this class they can do this kind of sinful activity. Then after 4th year of marriage I was doing a good job I got through my second preganancy because I could support my baby financialy. I am really thankful to God. However, my inlaws never came to visit me and when I went she again started her age old story of passing ill remarks. For many years I thought her nature is like this but she was behaving very well with her other sons wives one of them actually left her son for other man but she got her back and was showing so much love. I began to feel this modern education totally talks about rubbish there can never be any inter caste marriage. I know my husband loves me a lot but influence from his side of the family will never let me live peacefully. I just urge the all so called lower caste dont just demand respect and rights only but try to live with some higher thoughts and kindness for other beings.

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  18. I am going to say what I have through with this class of people – I am not going to say any speculative matter.
    I am from Fiji our family was purely a Brahmin Class but after the modern education had changed my families outlook and when the proposal for the marriage came from the Chamaar family we accepted it- but lot I have been through firstly on the actual marriage day they disrected our priest and vowed that he cannot carry the marraige ceremony, then demanded large sum of money from my father, when I went to my inlaws place my mother in law started swearing at me and started saying things about my caste and i being a vegetarian she ridiculed my belief , and she asked her son to go and file a divorce. I just asked my husband our family knew nothing about you people why are you treating me like this he understood and left his parents. We started to live hapily and after one year I was preganant with my first child I was very happy and thought my husband would be happy too but he was worried because now his parents demanded a brand new house from him and he made it clear that I need to abort my child – I cried in silence this was purely against my religious up bringing and I came to understand for this class they can do this kind of sinful activity. Then after 4th year of marriage I was doing a good job I got through my second preganancy because I could support my baby financialy. I am really thankful to God. However, my inlaws never came to visit me and when I went she again started her age old story of passing ill remarks. For many years I thought her nature is like this but she was behaving very well with her other sons wives one of them actually left her son for other man but she got her back and was showing so much love. I began to feel this modern education totally talks about rubbish there can never be any inter caste marriage. I know my husband loves me a lot but influence from his side of the family will never let me live peacefully. I just urge the all so called lower caste dont just demand respect and rights only but try to live with some higher thoughts and kindness for other beings.

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    • Hey sunita…
      I donna wt happened to u..I read yer story n it quite sad sort of…but I just wanna say you one thing, on the act of one person you can’t blame whole society or caste whatever….
      See acc to ma opinion, the whole world full of two kind of animals…..GOOD ONE OR BAD ONE….
      Feel froud whatever you are or who ever you are….
      I have so many stories of upper caste people who are boorish, orthodox, cruel etc…if I tell you u get goose bumps….
      So stop blaming others…face your problems..make them understand with your care n love…seee they are elders they cannot accept things easily…now its your FAMILY

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      • Very good Answer. Thanks

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  19. I am going to say what I have through with this class of people – I am not going to say any speculative matter.
    I am from Fiji our family was purely a Brahmin Class but after the modern education had changed my families outlook and when the proposal for the marriage came from the Chamaar family we accepted it- but lot I have been through firstly on the actual marriage day they disrected our priest and vowed that he cannot carry the marraige ceremony, then demanded large sum of money from my father, when I went to my in-laws place my mother in law started swearing at me and started saying things about my caste and i being a vegetarian she ridiculed my belief , and she asked her son to go and file a divorce. I just asked my husband our family knew nothing about you people why are you treating me like this he understood and left his parents. We started to live hapily and after one year I was preganant with my first child I was very happy and thought my husband would be happy too but he was worried because now his parents demanded a brand new house from him and he made it clear that I need to abort my child – I cried in silence this was purely against my religious up bringing and I came to understand for this class they can do this kind of sinful activity. Then after 4th year of marriage I was doing a good job I got through my second preganancy because I could support my baby financialy. I am really thankful to God. However, my inlaws never came to visit me and when I went she again started her age old story of passing ill remarks. For many years I thought her nature is like this but she was behaving very well with her other sons wives one of them actually left her son for other man but she got her back and was showing so much love. I began to feel this modern education totally talks about rubbish there can never be any inter caste marriage. I know my husband loves me a lot but influence from his side of the family will never let me live peacefully. I just urge the all so called lower caste dont just demand respect and rights only but try to live with some higher thoughts and kindness for other beings.

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  20. To Saying this I Proud Feel I am chamar.

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  21. the ones who are trully backwards in India are those that live by the caste system…………

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  22. chamar is really a very faithfull, honest, hardworker,simple,person.there are a lot of views about what the chamar to be but i have a question in my mind that who made us chamar,God or human being. if God made no caste system then why we are so much trodden or in underpreasure of upper caste. in the modern time all of you properlly now that the person who have everything or rich are doing all type of froud missdeed in society for improve yourself more &more rich.a poor person never can do a scam .so in brief our mistake is only is to be taken birth in a dalit caste. but once again a question why we are dalit . when our deed are not dalit or lower so it is my heartly request to all of my brotherhood that prove yourself abig by deed.

    so always proud to be a chamar. if a small baby takes birth in a brahmin family then a 100 years old chamar called him DADA and when a baby takes birth in chamar house noone calle him KAKA too.so all my brother please awake and go to the target which is fixed by BABA SAHEB.

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  23. M bhi ek chamar hu or chamar hona koi jurum nhi h
    Or m bhi duniya ko btana chata hu ke hum log bhi
    Kise se kam nhi h
    Agar hum aapni se par aye to duniya ke har aadmi
    Ko dhool chata sakte h
    Jo log hme chota samte he jara ye to socho or phir
    Bolo ki
    Ek mahan aadmi jiska name h DR BR Ambedkar jee
    Jinhone Desh ajad kraya tha wo bhi to ek chamar
    Hi the other caste walo socho
    jai Dr BR Ambedkar jee ki •••••••••••••••••••

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    • bhai sahab woh to bandhne ke liye diya tha.

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  24. HATH LEKE HATHIYAR JADO NIKLE CHAMAAR,
    FIR DEKHYO PATAKA KINDE PO MITRO,
    AAJ VEKHDE PANGA KEDA LAU MITRON………….

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  25. I proud because people of this comnity very dynamic

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  26. I proud to be a chamar.

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  27. I am working as superintending engineer in central govt. department after completing BE and again started my education in the age of 45. done MHRM, MBA, M.Phil (Management) from distance mode. My bosses in govt. sector always spoiled my Annual Confidential Reports so i suffered a lot in my career. due to chamar SC Communities. But i feel proud …of the communities..

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    • It happens many times. As Chamars is a developing community so society will always test its perverence and strength as a community. Mostly chamars are strong and skilfull community but there are many bad things also like drinking,lack of unity , lack of importance to education and lack of confidence. I am also Chamar and working with a PSU .

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    • You may leave this kind of Dharm like Hindu, which pro-vogue caste-ism system. Buddhism is the best, accepted by Bharat Ratna Dr. B.R. Ambedkar.

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  28. I am proud to be Chamar……

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  29. EDUCATION AND MONEY BOTH STRONG PART OF EVERY FIELD SO DO NOT SPEND TIME AND TRY TO ACHIEVE THE GOAL. IF U HAVE BOTH THE THINGS U CAN DO EVERY THING.

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  30. i would like to join this communitis.

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  31. i proud of chamar ….

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  32. Main eh puchna chandi a k addharmi, chamar etc. Sadi cast vich kine sirname han te kehde kehde hun main apni cast te book likh rehi han te ek website bna rehi a

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  33. I am proud I am sech. caste but the thinking of our caste society people is very high. Now days we cannot depend on others high castes of people. In my opnion the high caste of people mainly depend on us. Mainly nowdays thinking of castes are nothing. I doesnot believe on caste tribe ita nothing its man made, and blood which I have in my body is,same wth on the body of brahmn people, on day he alsa buried and turninto soil and me also.same, so doesnot believe on caste itz man made

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  34. jai ho shree sidh chano Bali maharaaj Ki

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  35. jai baba saheb Ki

    baba saheb bheemrab ambedkar ko koti koti pranaam

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  36. I am a proud chamar living in Australia for over 22 years and currently working as Project Manager. I am higly qualified so too some of my relatives here working as doctors and engineers.

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  37. everyone is equal for God………those are foolish…….. who dicriminate ppl on basis of caste,,,,,,,god nver created caste its only by humans, there is no caste in real………. its not caste which makes a person good or bad,,,, its the person’s acts behaviour , thinking , thoughts , which makes person good , and here after reading all comnts,,,,, i m feeling great, that this comunity is doing well…… god bless u all,,,,,,, and one thing that everyone must kno,,,,,that ,,,,,,,,there. is no caste in reality……for god everyone is equal,,,,,god love those whose intention is good,,,,,,

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  38. We are leaving in such s society or social group where where ponga pundits or contractor of Hindu Dharm making fool in the name of religion by influencing in such a way whether educated or uneducated People worshiping Dung (Gobar) in the name of God Goverdhan and worshiping Pig (Suar) in the name of Varahawatar; but general mass or common people of this community is untouchable even in now a days. Further, India where lot of brilliant people taken birth in all community but no body was able or devise any small or big tool to abolish the nefarious cast system; except the Great Crusader of Social Justice, Reverend Dr. Baba Saheb Ambedakar, who taught us to hold our heads high in every sphere of life.
    Cell No.09477331136.

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    • correct.. You are Absolutely right

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    • Jai Guru Ravidas

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  39. Jai bhim jai bharat….m proud to be chamar…..baba shahab forever….

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    • I have registered all India chamar association……….

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      • I am great follower of only baba…….baba sahab

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  40. I am from Gujarat;I am chamar.after all we all chamar have to be united for our global identy.our first motto is to be financial freedom. &second motto is to be ruler in democracy. Jay Him &Jay Saint Rohidas(Ravidass).

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  42. My name is rajbir singhmar. I am from haryana. I proud to be chamar.

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  43. i’m sanjay machawal and i ‘m proud to be chamar. but there is a problem in our DALIT SAMAJ and because of this problem, usually i keep thinking of MY DALIT SAMAJ. You know problem is that there are many castes within our dalit society (schedule caste) and these castes( like chamar , valmiki , kohli, khateek etc.) do not wants to be organise. They wants their own indentity only. Like a valmiki, he do not want to be chamar, he(valmiki) makes a group but not with chamars. what to do to involve all SC’s

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    • problem lies with respect for individual.Several places in north western UP even people belonging to chamar feel that valmiki are inferior to them.same way a other caste feel for chamar.It is a true situation,if you wont tell 3 kids what thier caste are,and give them equal enviornment and education,all 3 will be successful in thier life.problem is they hear from surrounding , from thier parents , relatives that this caste is bad , this caste is good.people grow,ego emerge in them.A illeterate man feel that he is superior than a learned chamar.division in any race , either human or animal is caused in order to fulfil self ego ( I m better than u).
      don’t worry time will change , so will situation.

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      • castizm krte kyo ho
        kya koi insaan nhi ho skta
        jo castizm krte ho

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  44. Good afternoon all…
    I am priyanka I am a dental student and I am proud to be a chambhar.
    I want that all people belonging to this caste should make a group and show all that we are not the best but we are not like the rest…….
    Jai Rohidas!

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    • hum bhi hai yara de yaar aur hume proud hota ha jab khate hai chammar
      chammar kela hi batera jai bhim jai ravidas guru

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    • i am also proud of myself to be an chamar and i’m 1st pu student of BNM pu college

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  45. Jai bhim I am amit NUNA I also chamar am from sirsa haryana I proud to be a chamar

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  46. Hello Friends..How are you all..I’m Chamar and I proud of it.
    I’m from Jharkhand
    We should organise in social media to strengthen our power.
    What you say?

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  47. hello i m mbbs student .
    and we are proud to be chamar jatav
    i got seat with reservation
    i m happy to be what i m

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  48. I proud to be chamar and pls add. me on fb-
    inder js from Bhiwani

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  49. I proud to be chamar .. From rohtak haryana… I am govt. Service for MHA…

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  50. still untouchability and humiliation has not exist for chamar they are treated like an animal

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  51. Bhen k lode kisne keh diya ki chamar pork aur beef khate hai
    Gand mai danda deke rakhte hai chamar aaj ki date mai Bhen k lodo

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  52. Bhen k lode kisne keh diya ki chamar pork aur beef khate hai
    Gand mai danda deke rakhte hai chamar aaj ki date mai Bhen k lodo

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  53. Bhen k lode kisne keh diya ki chamar pork aur beef khate hai
    Gand mai danda deke rakhte hai chamar aaj ki date mai Bhen k lodo

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  54. Bhen k lode kisne keh diya ki chamar pork aur beef khate hai
    Gand mai danda deke rakhte hai chamar aaj ki date mai Bhen k lodo

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  55. Bhen k lode kisne keh diya ki chamar pork aur beef khate hai
    Gand mai danda deke rakhte hai chamar aaj ki date mai Bhen k lodo

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  56. Bhen k lode kisne keh diya ki chamar pork aur beef khate hai
    Gand mai danda deke rakhte hai chamar aaj ki date mai Bhen k lodo

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  57. Bhen k lode kisne keh diya ki chamar pork aur beef khate hai
    Gand mai danda deke rakhte hai chamar aaj ki date mai Bhen k lodo

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  58. Bhen k lode kisne keh diya ki chamar pork aur beef khate hai
    Gand mai danda deke rakhte hai chamar aaj ki date mai Bhen k lodo

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  59. Bhen k lode kisne keh diya ki chamar pork aur beef khate hai
    Gand mai danda deke rakhte hai chamar aaj ki date mai Bhen k lodo

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  60. Bhen k lode kisne keh diya ki chamar pork aur beef khate hai
    Gand mai danda deke rakhte hai chamar aaj ki date mai Bhen k lodo

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    • tu bhot bhot shuna aaa kuta kmina khrami chura lucha lucha lucha marja khrami marja kitai ja bandar kamina phone num himt aa ta gall kar 100 khrami kmena

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      • kramii jada saale ……………………………………….,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, koush potha setha soun luu gaa mera puuttttee

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        • tooou gand tera khandaan gand

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  61. Bhen k lode kisne keh diya ki chamar pork aur beef khate hai
    Gand mai danda deke rakhte hai chamar aaj ki date mai Bhen k lodo

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  62. Bhen k lode kisne keh diya ki chamar pork aur beef khate hai
    Gand mai danda deke rakhte hai chamar aaj ki date mai Bhen k lodo

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  63. Bhen k lode kisne keh diya ki chamar pork aur beef khate hai
    Gand mai danda deke rakhte hai chamar aaj ki date mai Bhen k lodo

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  64. JAI RAVIDAS

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  65. HUM CHAMARON KA DHARM HAI RAVIDASIA DHARM JO SAT GURU RAVIDASJI MAHARAJ KI VICHAR DHARAON PAR ADHARIT HAI. JOIN RAVIDASIA DHARM. FOR ANY DETAILS PLEASE CALL JK DAS, 9304580149

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  66. JAI BHIM JAI BHARAT HAMARAY SABHI CHAMAR BHAIO KO
    JAI GURU RAVIDAS JI MAHRAJ

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  67. Jairam (jagjivanram and Kansiram) and jaichamar is the slogan of Madiga-Chamar Foundation from Telangana.
    We have to popularise Chamar culture, chamar identity and in future Chamar only can give corruptionfree and able administration to India

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    • Sir, thanks for such a appreciating words for the community.

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    • I agree totally with U Dr.Narsaiah.We should feel pride and as known unity is strength.Feeling ashamed or changing the name is not the solution .Was going through many of the sites was discouraged to know that many of our brothers are again falling in the trap laid by the brahmanical system…they are arguing that they are in higher position then others…This is what they want.As one of our brother Mr. Kureel rightly gave example of Manyawar Kanshi Ram.It is good to see that such forum is existing and we are able to express ourselves and meet our brothers to get guidance and support.Jai bhim ..

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  68. I appreciate the statement of Dr. Narsaiah and have no doubt the community will flourish if we have a common Social Media Platform to share views and help each other.

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  69. Unity is the strength of Samaj. I hope All Chamar people should be unite. And co-operate at least one person of Chamar community to grow up with mentally and economically. Hon’ble late shri Kanshiram had given an example of PEN ( Pen cap is 20% is Brahamin and other part of pen is 80% Schedule caste) if we can unite the Prime Minister will be a S.C candidate.

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    • hat chamariye

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      • Teri bhan me land..bosdi ke.

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      • i hate churra u kmina

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  70. Hi guys…
    I also
    I am engg student of bhopal m.p.
    I am very glad to say that my birth is low categary caste..
    My elder bro is also engg ant his also support me.
    So in the world no any week person.
    Change your think and make your self future…
    Jai bheem…

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  71. All the caste belong to schedule castes are abused by all the four varnas of Hindu as chamar. So chamar community must forward their demand to change the name of caste with other suitable word. I have visited two third of India, everywhere chamar word is being used by upper caste for all the castes come under schedule caste. Ones name of university, district, state, country , even name of person can be change then why should we not change the most hated word ‘CHAMAR’ with other word. Waiting for your views….

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    • i agree with you.. .bcos upper casters use this word for whole schedule casts… it is not fare.

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  72. Good information about CHAMARS

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  73. Think positive. if you are able to change reverse the FOUR VARNA i.e. Shudra varna will be in top of the all four varna.. Say proudly I am Chamar.

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  74. Hello…. all of you
    I am proud … i am chamar
    My little bro. In west africa
    I am from rohtak Haryana

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  75. Hi…guys i just want to say that i am proud to be a chamar and hope we progress and succeed with flying colours…jai bhim rao sir ki

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    • i am also pround on uuuuuu we are chammar yes yses yes yes

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  76. CHAMAARS are most intelligent community,
    We in Karnataka recognised by names of mochi,mochigar samagar,
    I am in Associated with BUDDHIST MOVEMENTS ,,embraced Buddhism ,
    I am an medical practitioner ,family Doctor.

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    • TODAY WE ARE NOT CHAMAR AND DALIT ,
      WE ARE EDUCATED,SHOULD CALL WITH OUR NAME.

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  77. Myself also working in German MNC and Also a doctoral Scholar. After putting all my efforts in to one basket, Myself come to a conclusion that, only one reform can make a huge difference in our society is to provide good education to our daughters and sisters. There is one saying in Gujarati “One educated mother is equivalent to hundred Quality teacher”

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  78. juoor sai boolo jai chmar jai chmarjai chmar

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  79. जानते हैं चमार एवं खटिक जाति का गौरवशाली इतिहास..
    सिकन्दर लोदी (१४८९-१५१७) के शासनकाल से पहले पूरे भारतीय इतिहास में ‘चमार’ नाम की किसी जाति का उल्लेख नहीं मिलता। आज जिन्हें हम ‘चमार’ जाति से संबोधित करते हैं और जिनके साथ छूआछूत का व्यवहार करते हैं, दरअसल वह वीर चंवरवंश के क्षत्रिय हैं। जिन्हें सिकन्दर लोदी ने चमार घोषित करके अपमानित करने की चेष्टा की।
    भारत के सबसे विश्वसनीय इतिहास लेखकों में से एक विद्वान कर्नल टाड को माना जाता है जिन्होनें अपनी पुस्तक ‘द हिस्ट्री आफ राजस्थान’ में चंवरवंश के बारे में विस्तार से लिखा है।
    प्रख्यात लेखक डॅा विजय सोनकर शास्त्री ने भी गहन शोध के बाद इनके स्वर्णिम अतीत को विस्तार से बताने वाली पुस्तक “हिन्दू चर्ममारी जाति: एक स्वर्णिम गौरवशाली राजवंशीय इतिहास” लिखी। महाभारत के अनुशासन पर्व में भी इस राजवंश का उल्लेख है।
    डॉ शास्त्री के अनुसार प्राचीनकाल में न तो चमार कोई शब्द था और न ही इस नाम की कोई जाति ही थी।
    ‘अर्वनाइजेशन’ की लेखिका डॉ हमीदा खातून लिखती हैं,
    मध्यकालीन इस्लामी शासन से पूर्व भारत में चर्म एवं सफाई कर्म के लिए किसी विशेष जाति का एक भी उल्लेख नहीं मिलता है। हिंदू चमड़े को निषिद्ध व हेय समझते थे। लेकिन भारत में मुस्लिम शासकों के आने के बाद इसके उत्पादन के भारी प्रयास किए गये थे।
    डा विजय सोनकर शास्त्री के अनुसार तुर्क आक्रमणकारियों के काल में चंवर राजवंश का शासन भारत के पश्चिमी भाग में था और इसके प्रतापी राजा चंवरसेन थे। इस क्षत्रिय वंश के राज परिवार का वैवाहिक संबंध बाप्पा रावल वंश के साथ था। राणा सांगा व उनकी पत्नी झाली रानी ने चंवरवंश से संबंध रखने वाले संत रैदासजी को अपना गुरु बनाकर उनको मेवाड़ के राजगुरु की उपाधि दी थी और उनसे चित्तौड़ के किले में रहने की प्रार्थना की थी।
    संत रविदास चित्तौड़ किले में कई महीने रहे थे। उनके महान व्यक्तित्व एवं उपदेशों से प्रभावित होकर बड़ी संख्या में लोगों ने उन्हें गुरू माना और उनके अनुयायी बने। उसी का परिणाम है आज भी विशेषकर पश्चिम भारत में बड़ी संख्या में रविदासी हैं। राजस्थान में चमार जाति का बर्ताव आज भी लगभग राजपूतों जैसा ही है। औरतें लम्बा घूंघट रखती हैं आदमी ज़्यादातर मूंछे और पगड़ी रखते हैं।
    संत रविदास की प्रसिद्धी इतनी बढ़ने लगी कि इस्लामिक शासन घबड़ा गया सिकन्दर लोदी ने मुल्ला सदना फकीर को संत रविदास को मुसलमान बनाने के लिए भेजा वह जानता था की यदि रविदास इस्लाम स्वीकार लेते हैं तो भारत में बहुत बड़ी संख्या में इस्लाम मतावलंबी हो जायेगे लेकिन उसकी सोच धरी की धरी रह गयी स्वयं मुल्ला सदना फकीर शास्त्रार्थ में पराजित हो कोई उत्तर न दे सका और उनकी भक्ति से प्रभावित होकर अपना नाम रामदास रखकर उनका भक्त वैष्णव (हिन्दू) हो गया। दोनों संत मिलकर हिन्दू धर्म के प्रचार में लग गए जिसके फलस्वरूप सिकंदर लोदी आगबबूला हो उठा एवं उसने संत रैदास को कैद कर लिया और इनके अनुयायियों को चमार यानी अछूत चंडाल घोषित कर दिया। उनसे कारावास में खाल खिचवाने, खाल-चमड़ा पीटने, जुती बनाने इत्यादि काम जबरदस्ती कराया गया उन्हें मुसलमान बनाने के लिए बहुत शारीरिक कष्ट दिए। लेकिन उन्होंने कहा —–
    ”वेद धर्म सबसे बड़ा, अनुपम सच्चा ज्ञान,
    फिर मै क्यों छोडू इसे, पढ़ लू झूठ कुरान.
    वेद धर्म छोडू नहीं, कोसिस करो हज़ार,
    तिल-तिल काटो चाहि, गोदो अंग कटार” (रैदास रामायण)
    संत रैदास पर हो रहे अत्याचारों के प्रतिउत्तर में चंवर वंश के क्षत्रियों ने दिल्ली को घेर लिया। इससे भयभीत हो सिकन्दर लोदी को संत रैदास को छोड़ना पड़ा था।
    संत रैदास का यह दोहा देखिए:
    बादशाह ने वचन उचारा । मत प्यारा इसलाम हमारा ।।
    खंडन करै उसे रविदासा । उसे करौ प्राण कौ नाशा ।।
    जब तक राम नाम रट लावे । दाना पानी यह नहींपावे ।।
    जब इसलाम धर्म स्वीकारे । मुख से कलमा आपा उचारै ।।
    पढे नमाज जभी चितलाई । दाना पानी तब यह पाई ।
    समस्या तो यह है कि आपने और हमने संत रविदास के दोहों को ही नहीं पढ़ा, जिसमें उस समय के समाज का चित्रण है जो बादशाह सिकंदर लोदी के अत्याचार, इस्लाम में जबरदस्ती धर्मांतरण और इसका विरोध करने वाले हिंदू ब्राहमणों व क्षत्रियों को निम्न कर्म में धकेलने की ओर संकेत करता है।
    चंवरवंश के वीर क्षत्रिय जिन्हें सिकंदर लोदी ने ‘चमार’ बनाया और हमारे-आपके हिंदू पुरखों ने उन्हें अछूत बना कर इस्लामी बर्बरता का हाथ मजबूत किया।
    इस समाज ने पददलित और अपमानित होना स्वीकार किया, लेकिन विधर्मी होना स्वीकार नहीं किया आज भी यह समाज हिन्दू धर्म का आधार बनकर खड़ा है।

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    • Jai Raidas ji
      Ravindra Pratap Bharti

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  80. KYO BHAI PAHLE INSAAN BANO JAAT KO CHOD DO SB SC LOG KA EK HI CAST MIL KR RAHO AUR AAGE BADO DIKHA DO HM EK HAI SC COMMUNITY ZINDABAD

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  81. i m also chamar….. i m proud to be a chamar community…
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  82. dear friends i want to know list of surname that a chamar can add after father name. If any body can let me know please

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  83. The Only way to take self respect -> Education

    So Become Educated …………..And Got a Good Govt Job !

    TO all dear friends,

    Pankaj Saroha

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  84. 8791991516 .. abe wo hinduo ki vahaj se ye mullo ka vajud hai is india me nh to khane ko roti tk nh molti

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  85. We hv to get high post like cm and pm so we should plan together to win

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  86. u fool all what u r saying is brahmins propaganda… go n lick their boots so they ll approve u as a kshatriya…

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  87. hie friends, i am from maharashtra, i am studying mech. engineering,
    i am also chamar and i am proud to be Chambhar.
    i just want to suggest one thing that we should form kind a association or organization
    soo that we could help aur people in any manner.

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  88. I a from Mauritius and happy to know that I am chamar, my familly arrived as coolie fo Bihar in 1859 he make Mauritius beautiful and rich.Please note all Chamar are rich and graduate , ministers, doctors etc in whole the island. we keep speak bhojpuri , and we believe in swami saraswati Dayanand . Jai hind .hindu 1s and caste for fun.jai ho Bhagat Singh .hein mer VATHAN ke logo.in Mauritus we are all Mauritius .all religion brothers ans sister, peaceful island, Thanks Gandhi, thanks Sir Rangoolam,thanks to brother Bissoundayal to open 400 baika to teach Hindi and fight for freedom .jai Mauritius.

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  89. Let me submit here that Chamars were the supreme commanders of this universe and still they posses the same position in terms of their population in India and abroad. We have always respected the other religion without any prejudice but having a tag of Chamar is an absolute identity. I do agree with Ms Devyani Gholap for her comments and do endorse the same.Lets say Jai Ravidas!!!!!!!!!

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  90. even i came to know that i belong to jaatav caste?
    can u please brief me about this?

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    • Jatavs are the survivors of the war between parshuram(legendary brahmin) and kshatriya,which forced them into hiding.jatavs are actually yaduvanshi kshatriyas.a research shows jatavs,jats and yadavs have similar dna.all are light skined,tall and with a well built body.jatavs and yadavs have identical gotras and kshatriya like rituals.this proves that jatavs are not the real chamars,infact they are yaduvanshi kshatriyas.
      Jatavs are considered to be chamar because of their leather occupation.jatavs never did tanning or extraction of leather,or carrying dead animals and taking out their skin.
      Jatavs were only involved in manufacturing and selling leather made goods. Which made them chamar.according to history,jatavs were agricultural workers,farmers and landlords.they tooks leather work when they were forced to hide because of parshuram.
      Jatavs got inspired from baba saheb and his ideals and demanded to be included in sc category so that they could get reservation benefits.sc category was reserved for untouchables thus jatavs became untouchables.jatavs have yaduvanshi kshatriya origin-shiva gotra.now they are so much inspired by the great baba saheb,they now actually consider themselves chamars.only a majority of jatavs consider themselves kshatriya.

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  91. Dear Chamars, I am from Madiga community of Telugu speaking States. Chamar is the national word, but locally, it may be Mochi, Samgar, Madiga,Arundhatiya, Jambhava, Jatav, Kratham, Mang, Kapil, Matang, Balmiki, Dhor, etc are from one family. All over India only this community has larget population next is Brahmins. We should promote our Guru Ravidas only. He is powerful than Rama, Krishna, Budha, Allah and Jesus. As a Chamar, it is our duty to promote Guru Ravidas followed by our great Politian’s Dr.Babu Jagjivan Ram, Manyasree Khansi Ram, Babu Manguram, Bahenji Mayavathi and Manda Krishna Madiga.
    We should to start All India Chamar Federation to unite all local chamar related communities.
    Please go through the book The Chamar written by WC Briggs in 1889.
    Jairam (jai Jagjeevanram-Jai Kanshiram)
    Dr.A.Venkat Narsaiah
    Senior Scientist
    Indian Institute of Chemical Technology
    Hyderabad, Telengana, India
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  92. Must read ithihas of chamar we really proud of them

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  93. I agree with you.

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  94. Jatavs are the survivors of the war between parshuram(legendary brahmin) and kshatriya,which forced them into hiding.jatavs are actually yaduvanshi kshatriyas.a research shows jatavs,jats and yadavs have similar dna.all are light skined,tall and with a well built body.jatavs and yadavs have identical gotras and kshatriya like rituals.this proves that jatavs are not the real chamars,infact they are yaduvanshi kshatriyas.
    Jatavs are considered to be chamar because of their leather occupation.jatavs never did tanning or extraction of leather,or carrying dead animals and taking out their skin.
    Jatavs were only involved in manufacturing and selling leather made goods. Which made them chamar.according to history,jatavs were agricultural workers,farmers and landlords.they tooks leather work when they were forced to hide because of parshuram.
    Jatavs got inspired from baba saheb and his ideals and demanded to be included in sc category so that they could get reservation benefits.sc category was reserved for untouchables thus jatavs became untouchables.jatavs have yaduvanshi kshatriya origin-shiva gotra.now they are so much inspired by the great baba saheb,they now actually consider themselves chamars.only a majority of jatavs consider themselves kshatriya.

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  95. I’m chamar vansh… …

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  96. God has made the man.Everybody is equal for him.It is the man who made the tribes, castes and religions.Hence being a chamar no need to feel inferiority.Educate yourself and fight with the social system to get equal rights as Baba Sahib did in his life.Keep his mission before self.I have retired as a District Education Officer(S.E)Kapurthala,Punjab.During my service I performed my duties strongly without hiding the caste and get the due honour from every community.It is my experience one must have the guts and capacity to face the worst situations in life especially the discrimination on the basis of caste.Be an example.

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  97. GOD has made the man.Everybody is equal before Him.It is only a man who made the tribes, castes and religions.Hence being a chamar no need to feel inferiority in life. Educate yourself, enrich your knowledge and fight with the social system to get your rights as Baba Sahib did in his life.Every time keep his mission before self.I have been retired as District Education Officer(S.E) Kapurthala,Punjab.I performed my duties without hiding the caste and get the due regard from every community.It is my experience one must have the guts and capacity to face the worst situations in life and knowledge to tackle the problems.Never loose heart.Love your cast.Success will be yours.Be an example.

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  98. God has made the man. Everyone is equal before Him.Hence being a chamar no need to feel inferiority in life. Educate yourself,enrich your knowledge and fight with the social system to get the equal rights as Baba Sahib did in his life.Every time keep his mission before yourself.I have been retired as District Education Officer(S.E) Kapurthala, Punjab.I performed my duties without hiding my caste and get the due regard from everybody.It is my experience one must have the guts and capacity to face the worst situation.Never loose heart.Problems melts soon.Success will be yours.Be an example.

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  99. Aap sabhi is bato se hme bahut khusi mili Hai Ki aap itana to belive Karte Hai Ki Hm hami Hai aur aage bhi Hm rahenge aur ab hmse aage Koi n ja PAYE I proud of u aal my dr brother

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  100. Aap sabhi chamar sathiyo ko jay guru Raidas ji – Jay Bhim

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