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B. R. Ambedkar: A Sociological Appraisal, 1e

The goal of this short book is to introduce B R Ambedkar, to the young and enterprising social scientists of Bengal, who read him rarely and understand his contribution and

The goal of this short book is to introduce B R Ambedkar, to the young and enterprising social scientists of Bengal, who read him rarely and understand his contribution and emanicipatory role in the post-colonial Indian social history, his progressive vision in the realization of social justice, his path-breaking praxis of political identity reformulation and redefinition of religion as an all-inclusive socio-political and cultural option and his unifying mass mobilization of the deprived and underprivileged, cutting across all socially constructed barriers, through a non-nomenclature based identity reformulation. The book attempts to re-invent Ambedkar in the light of the monster trinity of – distance, discrimination and degradation – embedded in the contemporary Indian society and examine how dignity, self-esteem and confidence that Ambedkar strived instill in the consciousness of the Indians can not be diluted in the dichotomy of tradition versus Modernity.

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