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by Dr P C Bhagat

eBook Dalit And Democratic Revolution : From Colonial India To Modern India ePub
Author: Dr P C Bhagat
Language: English
ISBN: 8175332433
ISBN13: 978-8175332430
Publisher: MD Publications Pvt Ltd; First edition (December 31, 2010)
Pages: 776
Category: Humanities
Subcategory: Other
Rating: 4.2
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Dalit and Democratic Revolution, 3 Volumes : from Colonial India to Modern India.

Author : DR P C BHAGAT. For the Dalit community across the country, little has moved ahead on both fronts, with daily life continuing to be marred by incessant human rights violations in the form of atrocities and archaic untouchability practices

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It is a Bibliography on Dalit movements in Colonial India that cover works . Omvedt, Gail, Dalits and the Democratic Revolution: Dr . Ambedkar and the Dalit Movement in Colonial India, (New Delhi: Sage, 1994).

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Gail Omvedt traces the Dalit movement in colonial India from its origins in 19th century India to the death of its leader, B R Ambedkar, in 1956. ISBN13: 9780803991392. Release Date: April 1994.

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Gail Omvedt has been living in India since 1978, became an Indian citizen in 1983, and works as a freelance writer and development consultant. She has also worked actively with various social movements including the Dalit and anti-caste movements, farmers’ movements, environmental movement and especially with rural women. We have been supplying books from India to University Libraries, Art Museums, Botanical Gardens world wide for the past thirty years. Terms of Sale: We check every book for page mistake before they are shipped out. We take a lot of pain in our packing so that the books reach their destination in mint condition. She has also worked actively with various social movements including the Dalit and anti-caste movements, farmers' movements, environmental movement and especially with rural women.

There is still a long way to go before the Dalits could imagine of some degree of respectability, dignified life and livelihood and access to criminal justice administrative system. For the Dalit community across the country, little has moved ahead on both fronts, with daily life continuing to be marred by incessant human rights violations in the form of atrocities and archaic untouchability practices. All the indigenous reform movement and religions in India had inherently revolted against the Brahmanical value system, which gave divine sanction to untouchability and caste system. The irony of the entire movement is that rather then working on the collective wisdom, the movement though claim to work for all communities, has by and large remain confined to a few individuals who used their community identity to gain the political clout.
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