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Samatha Sudarshan is a social activist and the founder of the Samatha Foundation Trust. Sudarshan was born on July 5th, 1973, in the village of Gollamada, Mandal Narsapur (G), Nirmal District, Telangana State, India. He is also known as Neerati Sudarshan.
Early life and education
Samatha Sudarshan's father was Lasmanna (Late), and he grew up in a rural environment. He pursued his education and holds a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree. In addition to his academic pursuits, Sudarshan has been involved in agriculture and real estate business.
Throughout his life, Samatha Sudarshan has been actively involved in various social activities aimed at uplifting the disadvantaged and marginalized sections of society. Some of his notable contributions include:
- Serving as the State General Secretary of the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) in 2006.
- Acting as the Joint Action Committee (JAC) Convener in Dalith Sangh from 2009 to 2013.
- Participating as a full-time activist in the Telangana movement from 2009 to 2013.
- Holding the position of State General Secretary in the Ambedkar Yuvajana Sangham from 2009 to 2011.
- Serving as the President of the Buddhist Society of India since 2022 to promote the ideology of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar.
- Initiating clean and green programs in villages of Mudhole Constituency.
- Establishing the 'Samatha Foundation Trust' with the aim of providing employment opportunities and sustainable livelihoods to those living below the poverty line, irrespective of their gender.
Conducting awareness programs in villages on the value of the vote.
Books Written by Samatha Sudarshan
Authoring and publishing two books, namely 'Chaitanya Kiranalu' and 'Samajika Udyama Patalu,' which have received appreciation from many readers.
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