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Dalits in India; 2 Volumes / Yadav, Bibhuti
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Dalits in India; 2 Volumes
Yadav, Bibhuti
 
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  Book ID : 13359
  ISBN-10 : 81-261-1113-5 / 8126111135
  ISBN-13 : 978-81-261-1113-8 / 9788126111138
  Place of Publication : Delhi
  Year of Publication : 2002
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  Language : English
  576p., Bib., Index, 25 cm.
   
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CONTENTS:-
Vol.1: 1. Who is a Dalit? 2. Dalit vision of a just society in India. 3. Ambedkar, Buddhism and the concept of religion. 4. Hinduism as patriarchy: Ramabai, Tarabai and others. 5. Articulation of the practical ethos. 6. Moral individuation: a climax. 7. Gandhi and status of Harijans. 8. The Satyashodhak Samaj. 9. Religious emancipation and political competition. 10. Foundation of Hindu social stratification in Indian polity. 11. Social justice at Dalits and Soshits. 12. The contribution of Ambedkar to the making of the constitution of India. 13. Classifying society.
Vol.2: 14. Classifying the Gods. 15. Holism and necessity: conflicting visions of caste life. 16. The Indian untouchable’s critique of culture. 17. Harijan Sevak Sangh. 18. Asprashyeekaran—Dalitisation. 19. Intimations of equality: shrines and politics in Malabar, 1900-1924. 20. Caste and labour: untouchable social movements in urban Uttar Pradesh in the ealry twentieth century. 21. The struggle of the untouchable. 22. Dalits and economic policy; contributions of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar. 23. State, market and the Dalits: analytics of the new economic policy. 24. A case study of rural Dalit masses. 25. The Dalit movement in mainstream sociology. 26. Dalit Indians and Black Americans. 27. Conclusion: aspects of significance.
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'Dalit' is basically a Sanskrit word which means 'broken and downtrodden'. There has been narrow definition, based on the caste alone, and a broader one to encompass all those considered to be either similarly placed or natural allies. Since the early 1970s, the word has come into increasingly wider usage in the press and in common parlance where it is normally used in the original, narrower, caste-based sense. However, scholars have written about Dalits in different ways. The pioneers who worked for the liberation of the Dalits and other backward classes, like Phule, Periyar and Ambedkar, propagated the idea of the need for cultural revolution or a total transformation of Indian society. They rejected the vision of the upper castes which identified the Indian nation as basically Hindu, deriving from Vedic times, and fundamentally a creation of the Aryan people. While rejecting the ideas of the upper caste notion of Indian society based on the ideas and values of Manu and Varnavyavastha, they propagated the principles of equality, justice, liberty and rationality. This broad-based standpoint is widely accepted among the Dalits. There is, however, much discussion and dispute on the means of attaining these ideals of social justice. This problem is worsened by the multiple divisions existing in the Dalit ranks. But every step ahead encourage the Dalits to move forward towards final victory. All these issues have been discussed in the present work in detail and therefore, it is hoped that it will be a very useful work for all concerned.
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