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It is also called as the land gift movement. The Bhoodan Movement attempted to persuade wealthy landowners to voluntarily give a percentage of their land to landless people. Philosophically, Bhave was influenced by Mahatma Gandhi 's Sarvodaya movement. This was one more example of women power and unity. Women volunteers carried the message of Bhoodan to all parts of India.

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It is also called as the land gift movement. The Bhoodan Movement attempted to persuade wealthy landowners to voluntarily give a percentage of their land to landless people. Philosophically, Bhave was influenced by Mahatma Gandhi 's Sarvodaya movement. This was one more example of women power and unity.

Women volunteers carried the message of Bhoodan to all parts of India. As their region became free from bonded labour, women also found freedom from this torment.

Landless labourers were given small plots on which they were welcome to settle and grow their crops. Bhoodan Acts were passed that stated that the beneficiary had no right to sell the land or use it for non-agricultural purposes or for forestry.

For example, Section 25 of the Maharashtra State Bhoodan Act states that the beneficiary who must be landless should only use the land for subsistence cultivation. If the "owner" failed to cultivate the land for over a year or tried to use it for non-agriculture activities, the government would have the right to confiscate it.

Bhave wanted peasants to give up using bullocks , tractors or other machines for agricultural purposes. This was called rishi-kheti. He also wanted the people to give up using money in the form of kanchan-dan.

He was followed by crowds nearly everywhere he went. The movement had the support of Congress. JP Narayan withdrew from active politics to join the Bhoodan movement in Bhave crossed India on foot to persuade landowners to give up a piece of their land.

His first success came on 18 April at Pochampally village in Nalgonda district , which was the centre of communist activity. It was the culmination of the Telangana peasant movement. A violent struggle had been launched by peasants against the local landlords.

Movement organisers had arranged for Bhave to stay at Pochampally, a village of about families, of whom two-thirds were landless. Bhave visited the Harijan the Untouchables colony. By early afternoon villagers began to gather around him. The Harijans asked for eighty acres of land, forty wet, forty dry, for forty families. Bhave asked, "If it is not possible to get land from the government, is there not something villagers themselves could do?

Reddy was born on 17 July into a prominent family during the Nizam period in Deccan. He joined social reform. After him, the land donation movement continued under a Bhoodan trust movement with the help of his sons. His initial donation was of acres of his 3, acres. He had resigned from a Govt. He later donated an additional acres. During Vinoba Bhave's Surajgarh visit, he was welcomed by Headmasterji-Rambilas Sharma and other member and Vinoba was very happy to see Headmasterji also a Pandit serving the society selflessly.

Headmasterji has been instrumental in spreading the bhoodan andolan in Jhunjhunu district in late fiftees andearly sixties. In , the movement widened the concept of gramdan "village in gift" or the donation of an entire villate and had started advocating common ownership of land. The first village to come under gramdan was Mangroth in Hamirpur district of Uttar Pradesh. The second and third gramdans took place in Orissa in This movement developed into a village gift or gramdan movement.

This movement was a part of a comprehensive movement for the establishment of a Sarvodaya Society The rise of all socio-economic-political order , both in and outside India. By the s the movement had lost momentum. The Sarvodaya Samaj failed to build a mass movement that would generate pressure for social transformation. However, the movement made a significant contribution by creating moral ambivalence, putting pressure on landlords, creating conditions favorable to the landless.

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Vinoba Bhave's Bhoodan Movement - How He Made The Rich To Donate Their Land To The Landless People

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Government prefers not to talk about the , ha collected under land-gift movement. Gifting of land, or bhoodan in Hindi, is the current obsession of the government. It is on a spree of acquiring land. This is often termed as bhoodan to corporate houses. There is another kind of bhoodan that is being talked about.

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Bhoodan Movement: Development & Mission

Peaceful revolution, revolutionary peace, the two streams united in Gandhi in a way that was altogether new. The Bhoodan-Gramdan movement initiated inspired by Vinoba brought Vinoba to the international scene. Vinoba decided to walk three hundred miles to Hyderabad. Telangana had been the scene of violent communist rebellion which was still smouldering in April Once in Telangana, Vinoba quickly showed his sensitivity to the new situation.

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