- Rajesh Vadher, Managing Editor
- Devraj Vala, Editor (Hindi)
- Chavada Man, Contributing Editor
Mulnivasi.org Target Audience: Individuals from backward castes as well as readers and researchers on Indian subaltern issues and interests from a Phule-Ambedkar Dalitbahujan perspective. Since the issues are addressed from multi-faceted angles by multi-disciplinary contributors the target audience too will be from a wide range of disciplines and interests including, but not restricted to, anthropology, sociology, politics, economics, literature and folk culture.
the founder’s vision has been that Mulnivasi.org be a vehicle to educate, as well as be a voice of, the “silenced majority”, the Bahujans. The Indian media, largely owned and staffed by the members of the upper castes, conveniently believes that casteism is a thing of the past and thus does a disservice to the general public
Mulnivasi.org looks at majority India’s issues and interests primarily through the lens of Bahujan giants, Mahatma Jotiba Phule and Babasaheb Dr B.R. Ambedkar, who respectively gave us the radical compass and the constitutional map for charting the emancipative future for India’s marginalized majority.
While Mulnivasi.org has mostly focused on the Bahujan communities – OBC, SC, ST, and converted minorities – of north India, it was also India’s first fully bilingual (English-Hindi) magazine and has persisted with bilingual journalism ever since. It is intended to help Hindi readers improve their English as part of moving forward, as well as making it accessible nationally and, now, internationally.
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