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Book Title Dr. Ambedkar and untouchability : analysing and fighting caste.
Author Jaffrelot, Christophe;
Subject World history
Descriptors Ambedkar, B R (Bhimrao Ramji); Statesmen; Biography; Political participation; India--Politics and government--20th century;
Call No DS481.A6J18
Description (Size: 22.5x14.5cms.), This book focuses on the three key areas that are central to a full understanding of India's pioneering Dalit: Ambedkar as social theorist; Ambedkar as statesman and politician; and Ambedkar as an opponent of caste Hinduism and advocate of Buddhism as a method of release from Hindu social oppression. In each case, the author argues, Ambedkar was the first to forge new political, symbolic and emotively powerful strategies for Dalits. These not only proved effective in Ambedkar's own lifetime, they resonate powerfully even today. (1st Pub. India 2005, 2006, 3rd imp. 2009) xiv+205 Yr. of Pub.2009 Paper Back English - Source: Amazon
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Imprint New Delhi: Permanent Black, 2005
ISBN 81-7824-156-0.
Edition NONE
Language English
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