CONTENTS:- 1. The beginning of India's ancient history: Certain peculiarities of Indus civilisation. 2. The myth around the Aryans: Dasyus and Dasas. 3. The myth of the Aryan invasion: The theory of the Aryan invasion. 4. The theory of the Shudra. 5. The last phase of the Indus valley civilization: Suras and Asuras-Who were the Brahmins?. 6. The end of the Indus valley civilization. 7. The Vedic period and the Indo-Aryan society: the Vedic age: What is Veda? Emergence of Shudra class. 8. Expedition of the Indo-Aryans to the South: Who were the Nagas? Vedic culture. 9. The first social revolution in India: advent of Buddhism. 10. Magadha in Indian history: decline of Buddhism. 11. Manusmriti--the despisable literature: Are the Dalits Hindus?. 12. Brahminical social order which enchained the Shudras and the women: The privileges the Brahmins acquired because of Manu; Graded inequality; Manu's hatred towards women. 13. Philosophy of the Indo-Aryans: Brahmaism, Vedanta and Brahminism; caste system. 14. Anti Dalit philosophy and the Indo-Aryans: Way out-Dr. Ambedkar's influence in the history. 15. Conversion of the indigenous Indians to Christianity. 16. Conversion of the indigenous Indians to Islam. 17. Ambedkarism--an alternative for Manuism: Fundamental principles of Ambedkarism rationality; morality; rebirth; religion and Dhamma. 18. The revolts of the downtrodden for their liberation. 19. The last phase of the Dalit liberation movements: The dawn of communal award. 20. The Poona pact and its significance: The text of the Poona pact; different reactions on the Poona pact; solution for Dalit liberation. 21. The Dalits marching towards a Neon light of liberation.
"Caste Hindu Historians have purposefully suppressed the History of the Indegenous Indians and picturised it in a distorted form. They so framed history as to create an impression that the original inhabitants of India had always been ignorant, uncultured, unclean and superstitious and were destined to remain as such for ever. They were destined to be so, as they were an accursed people, according to the verdict of the Vedas. Indegenous Indians have to reconstruct their history and to trace out their real roots. The Aadi Indians has a glorious past and the Indus Valley Civilisation is its best proof but the Indo Aryans have destroyed evidences of the History of the Indegenous Indians while destroying the Buddhist Monuments, Vihars and their libraries. Ancient History of India must be exhumed and without its exhumation. Ancient India will go without its history. Fortunately Ancient History of India can be dug out of the debris which the Indo Aryans writers have heaped upon it in a fit of madness; this can be done with the help of the Buddhist Literature also. While writing the History of the Indegenous Indians, the main point in my mind was that the real History of India is nothing but the History of the mortal conflicts between Buddhism and Brahminism. It is nothing but the history of the struggles between Brahminism and Buddhism for supremacy."