Rating:

Warriors of Untouchable Ambedkar and Gandhi

490.00 (as of June 23, 2018, 4:42 am) 485.00

For those who appreciate any comparison of Ambedkar’s importance to Dalits with that of anti-racist leaders to Black Amrica, we may say that he was a combination of the scholar

Usually dispatched within 6-10 business days

Quantity

For those who appreciate any comparison of Ambedkar’s importance to Dalits with that of anti-racist leaders to Black Amrica, we may say that he was a combination of the scholar W.E.B. duBois, the slave rebel Frederick Douglas and the radical teacher/ leader/ Malcolm X. His born on 14 April 1891 to a Mahar family in Mhow, Maharashtra, Ambedkar rose to ‘become an exemplary scholar, statesman’ and revolutionary leader in modern India. About Author : A.S. Pabla teaches history at Government Degree College, Gulbarga. He has specialized in caste system in India. He has published extensively articles in reputed journals in India and has presented scholarly papers on varied topics of history in national seminars. He is member of various educational, social and cultural organizations at state and national level. Contents : Preface 1. Introduction 2. Ambedkar Views and Reviews on Castes System 3. Poverty and the State in Modern India 4. Economic Progress or Social Changes 5. Gandhi’s Nonviolent Revolution 6. Castes and Indian Society 7. Divisions of Castes

Author

Binding

EAN

EANList

ISBN

ItemDimensions

Label

Languages

Manufacturer

NumberOfPages

PackageDimensions

ProductGroup

ProductTypeName

PublicationDate

Publisher

Studio

Related Products