Rating:

Dalits in Rural India: Challenges and Opportunities

Various icons that the post- Ambedkar movement of dalits appear to have built up, characterise Ambedkar as the maker of the Indian Constitution, provider of the present order, a Bodhisatva,

Various icons that the post- Ambedkar movement of dalits appear to have built up, characterise Ambedkar as the maker of the Indian Constitution, provider of the present order, a Bodhisatva, a constitutionalist, a messiah, a saviour, an SC leader, a liberal democrat, a staunch anti-Communist, a social engineer who believed in the reform process and disliked revolutions About Author : D. k. Kaul (b. 1947), a keen researcher has authored/co-authored and edited fifty published books. He has to his credit more than 100 research papers published in national journals and books . He has completed several research projects funded by ICSSR, UGC, Ministry of Tribal Affairs, Government of India, New Delhi. Contents : Preface 1. What Caste System Means? 2. Ambedkar-The Messiha of Dalits 3. Caste System Among Hindus 4. Historical Background of Reservation 5. Spiritual Aspects of Conversion 6. Dr. Ambedkar for Movement of Dalits 7. Ambedkar- Commitment and Constrint 8. Politics of Dalitism- Gandhi and Ambedkar

Author

Binding

EAN

EANList

ISBN

ItemDimensions

Label

Languages

Manufacturer

NumberOfPages

PackageDimensions

PackageQuantity

ProductGroup

ProductTypeName

PublicationDate

Publisher

Studio

Related Products