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He not only mingled and mixed with untouchables but also ate food with them at their homes. This gave a new courage to the downtrodden community to come forward along with others. Likewise Basavanna brought the women folk to the forefront of the society and gave them courage to sit along with men and to express their inner feelings along with pains. Hence it was an open platform for all those activists who involved themselves in bringing a radical change in the contemporary society.

All those discussions of Sharanas were written in the form of Vachanas and they form a dynamic type of constitution where Liberty, Equality and Fraternity are the prominent principles which are aiming towards social justice and progress.

There is no discrimination in vocations. All members of the society are labourers Kayakajeevigalu. Some may be intellectual labourers and others may be manual labourers. Even the Guru and Jangama, who were treated as the superiors of the society also, must work.

Kayaka is not mere a work, but it is the way of realising God. It teaches the concept of dignity of labour.

Ultimately the Work is worship. Even the Kayaka is equated with kailasa- The Heaven.

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This concept gave a new movement and people of all walks of the society started loving their work and involved them self in society building task without any feeling of class, caste and sex discrimination. The income should not be more or less. There must be an equal income for equal work. The worker Kayakajeevi may lead his day-today life by his hard earned income.

But he should not preserve the money or property for tomorrow. He must utilise the surplus money for the society and poors. Thus by advocating this principle, Basaveshwara gave the concept of equal distribution of wealth to the society.

Hence, Kayaka and Dasoha are the major dynamic policies, which were given by Basavanna to the field of economics. His contribution to the judiciary is also noteworthy. All the social and democratic principles of Basavanna are based on the legal provisions of the Sharana constitution. This path offers nothing less than liberation in this lifetime.

However, Sripati's analysis has been contested by other scholars. How can you say that the Veda is God?

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If it were true, how could it have been stolen by Somaka? If water is God, how can you account for its tendency to fall down, and how can it be contained in the palm of a person's hand? If fire is God, how is it that it can be extinguished, and how can it eat all kinds of things indiscriminately?

The Lingayats, also known as Virasaivas or Veerasaivas, traditionally believe that Basava was the founder of their tradition.

The community is largely concentrated in Karnataka , but has migrated into other states of India as well as overseas. Towards the end of the 20th century, Michael estimates, one sixth of the population of the state of Karnataka, or about 10 million people, were Lingayat Hindus, or of the tradition championed by Basava.

Rudraksha beads shown above and Vibhuti sacred ash on forehead are other symbols adopted as a constant reminder of one's principles of faith. Jan Peter Schouten states that Virashaivism, the movement championed by Basava, tends towards monotheism with Shiva as the godhead, but with a strong awareness of the unity of the Ultimate Reality.

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Many contemporary Vachanakaras people who have scripted Vachanas have described him as Swayankrita Sahaja, which means "self-made". Basava proclaimed that all members of the state are labourers: some may be intellectual labourers and others may be manual labourers.

He placed practice before precept and his own life was of rigid rectitude. He tried to raise the moral level of public life, and he insisted that the same rules of conduct applied to the administrators as to the individual members of society. He also taught the dignity of manual labour by insisting on work as worship.

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Every kind of manual labour, should be looked upon with love and reverence he argued. This approach encouraged arts and crafts.All the social and democratic principles of Basavanna are based on the legal provisions of the Sharana constitution. Hence, Kayaka and Dasoha are the major dynamic policies, which were given by Basavanna to the field of economics.

His intention was to bring a total change in the static world. The worker Kayakajeevi may lead his day-today life by his hard earned income.

Its subtle form is beyond praise. Rudraksha beads shown above and Vibhuti sacred ash on forehead are other symbols adopted as a constant reminder of one's principles of faith.

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