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30 November 1967|
Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, India
|Died||30 November 2010
Bhilai, Chhattisgarh, India
Rajiv Radheshyam Dixit was an Indian social activist. He started social movements in order to spread awareness on topics of Indian national interest through the Swadeshi Movement, Azadi Bachao Andolan, and various other works. He served as the National Secretary of Bharat Swabhiman Andolan. He was a strong believer and preacher of Bharatiyata. He had also worked for spreading awareness about Indian history, issues in the Indian Constitution and Indian economic policies.
Rajiv Dixit was born on 30 th November 1967 in Naah village, Uttar Pradesh . Under the tutelage of his father RadheShyam Dixit he was educated till the 12th grade in the village schooling system in Firozabad district.
Here ends his professional career and he decided to serve his motherland.  He started the ajadi Bachaao Aandolan in 1993. In 1997, he first met and was inspired by Prof Dharmpal ji. His audio cassettes on Indian Nationalism and greatness of India's past did well in 1999. He had been recording them over months traveling across India spreading his message of great optimism about India and its enormous contributions to the human civilization. He was a Brahmachari . He started his career with Swami Ramdev in 1999. He was influenced by the ideologies of Indian revolutionaries like Dayanand Saraswati, Chandrashekhar Azad, Bhagat Singh and Udham Singh. Later in life, he began to appreciate the early works of Mahatma Gandhi. His life was also dedicated to causes like stopping alcohol and "gutka" production, cow-butchering and social injustices. On the 9th of January 2009, he became one of the founders of "Bharat Swabhiman" movement. He died on 30 November 2010, while in Bhilai (Chattisgarh). The circumstances around his death are uncertain and the cause of his death is unknown. A building called "Bharat Swabhiman" constructed in Haridwar has been renamed "Rajiv Dixit Bhawan" in his memory.
Dixit suggested that the Indian supreme court should declare money held by Indians in Swiss banks as national property so that foreign banks would have to legally hand over this money to India.
Rajiv Dixit supported the movement of opening a chain of Swadeshi General Stores, where only Indian-made goods are sold.
- He believed in swadeshi. He initiated movements like the Swadeshi Movement and Azadi Bachao Andolan (Save Freedom Movement) and became their spokesperson. He addressed a rally of over 50,000 people under the leadership of Swadeshi Jagaran Manch in New Delhi. He also took leadership of the programme held at Calcutta which was supported and promoted by various organizations and prominent personalities and was celebrated all over India on the eve of the 150th Anniversary of the 1857 war of Indian Independence.
- He demanded decentralization of taxation system, saying that the current system is the core reason for the corruption in bureaucracy. He said that 80% of taxes is being used to pay the politicians and bureaucrats and just 20% for development purposes for the people. He compared the current budget system of the Indian government to the earlier British budget system in India, presenting statistics to show that they are the same. Recently he was working with Swami Ramdev in Bharat Swabhiman Trust as national secretary.
- He also doubted the terrorist attack on the United States Twin Towers, claiming that it was stage managed by U.S. Government itself, and supported the claims of the Lone Lantern Society of the U.S.
- He also said that "liberalization, privatization and globalization, the three evil faces staring at us today, have pushed us towards a suicidal state." Presenting an exhibition on the violent history of colonialism in 1998, he argued that these were its modern forms.
- He argued that modern thinkers have neglected agricultural sectors and farmers have been left to feed themselves and commit suicide. Expressing his views on the Indian judiciary and legal system, he said that India is still following the laws and acts enacted during the British era and had not taken the burden of changing them as per the requirement of Indian people.
- He accused the current Indian Government (Congress person Mr. Manmohan Singh, Prime Minister of India) of being an agent for USA. He claimed a huge stock of radio-active elements is buried in Indian sea below Setu Samudram, also known as Sri Ram Setu. These radio-active elements could be used to produce electricity and Nuclear weapons for coming 150 years. He also accused that Indian government is trying to break that bridge, which is more than 700,000 years old.
Sudden Death 
Rajiv Dixit was in Bhilai,Chhattisgarh. to deliver lecture as a part of his Bharat Swabhiman Yatra. Where he Died on 30th November 2010. His death was unexpected and the cause of his death is still unknown. No postmortem was performed after his death and regional media did not show any news about his death.
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