A Life-Saving Initiative

Statistics show that 500,000 people die because of non-availability of organs. At least 10 to 20 percent can be saved on time if we had more donors. Nationally, with over 1 billion people, the statistic stands at 0.08 persons as organ donors per million population.

Periyar life is an initiative by the Dravidar Kazhagam Youth Wing built upon on what their mentor believed.

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Organ donations and blood donations make us true humanists. The Dravidar Kazhagam Youth Wing has consistently conducted blood camps in every district and encourage people come forward for organ donations when their family members pass away under tragic circumstances.

This initiative helps donors to easily access hospitals in their locality for the cause with the help of DK youth wing representatives assigned across different regions.

Apart from fighting inequalities, discrimination and superstitious beliefs the Dravidar Kazhagam Youth Wing has taken up this responsibility on their shoulders to spread love, help the needy sufficing Asiriyar's philosophy of "Everything to Everyone" - a true walk of Dravidian Model indeed.

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A Life of Inspiration

Thanthai Periyar was a unique leader of abiding enthusiasm, indomitable courage, and an indefatigable industry of dynamic free thinking. Periyar had tackled all aspects of human life - social, economic, political, literary, philosophical, and religious - and there is no sphere of human activity which had escaped the attention and scrutiny by this grand and great intellectual.

A great humanist, he had no particular emotional attachment to any language or race, no faith in any religion, no preference for any caste no unquestioning commitment to any political philosophy. He judged and evaluated everything on the basis of its usefulness, functional efficiency, and equity. He believed that human kind had to be useful while living and after life.


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