Rajiv Dixit, an Indian social activist

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Rajiv Dixit, an Indian social activist

Rajiv Dixit (30 November 1967- 30 November 1910) was an Indian social activist, public speaker, and a promoter of Ayurveda.


He was born on 30 November 1967, Uttar Pradesh, India. His father Radheshyam Dixit was a DTO officer. He received his secondary and higher secondary education from Firozabad in Uttar Pradesh. After completing his schooling, he went to Allahabad to obtain his B. Tech Degree from J K Institute, Allahabad. And later he completed his M. Tech Degree from IIT Kanpur. While studying B. Tech, he went to Amsterdam city of Netherland for research.

In 1991, along with his college friends, he started the Azadi Bachao Andolan. The movement against foreign company and forced them to return. Strongly opposed the “Dunkel proposal” that facilitates or supports non-Indian companies to do business in India. And due to the same movement, he also went to Tihar Jail. He took on the biggies like Pepsi and Coca-Cola and proved that all these cold drinks contain harmful ingredients which are very harmful to health.

After that, he strongly opposed the body mark checkup system in Tihar jail. According to him, this rule was made by the British only to insult an Indian citizen, which has been kept intact till now after independence, which according to them was regrettable. In 1997, he met the famous historian and Professor Dharmapal Agarwal, who was the professor in Europe, and he gave all important documents attached to the policies of the British and the Sashan style which had been taluk since the time of India’s slavery. These were documents that contained information about enslaving and exploiting India. All these documents were received by Professor Dharampal Agarwal from the Library of England “House of Commons”. And he gave all this to Rajiv Dixit. An in-depth study of these papers gave him many shocking facts.

According to his research paper, the British made a total of 34,735 laws to exploit the country, and sadly most of them remain unchanged till date.

In 1997, he met Baba Ram Dev and established the institution of Bharat Swabhimaan in 2009. He held the post of National Secretary in this institution.

He authored several books like, 4-Volume Swadeshi Chikitsa, Gau Gauvansh Par Aadharit, and Gau Mata Panchgavya Chikitsa.


He died on 30 November 1910, Chhattisgarh, India, due to a Heart Attack.

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