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History and Development of Dalit Leadership in India; 15 Volumes / Singh, Har Mohinder; Kaushik, K.C. & Sharma, S.R.
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History and Development of Dalit Leadership in India; 15 Volumes
Singh, Har Mohinder; Kaushik, K.C. & Sharma, S.R.
 
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  Book ID : 33914
  ISBN-10 : 81-7625-837-7 / 8176258377
  ISBN-13 : 978-81-7625-837-1 / 9788176258371
  Place of Publication : Delhi
  Year of Publication : 2008
  Edition : (First Edition)
  Language : English
  3396p., 23 cm.
   
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CONTENTS:-
Vol.1: Raja Ram Mohan Roy: The Great Social Reformer of Modern India: 1. Introduction. 2. Ram Mohan Roy. 3. Birth and early education. 4. His first publication. 5. In the school of practical life and of western civilization. 6. Hindu Protestantism. 7. The publication of the "Precepts of Jesus". 8. Controversy with Christian missionaries. 9. Unitarian Christianity. 10. Hindu-Christian controversy. 11. Unitarian and Trinitarian Controversy. 12. Unitarian propaganda. 13. Public activities. 14. Establishment of the Brahma Sabha. 15. Visit to Europe. 16. Religious sympathies and affinities. 17. The end.
Vol.2: Swami Dayanand and His Mission of Removal of Untouchability: 1. Dayananda Saraswati. 2. Dayananda Saraswati (1824-83). 3. Swamiji and social reform. 4. A great social reformer. 5. Dayananda and the work of Arya Samaj in removing untouchability.
Vol.3: Vivekanand: A Friend of the Downtrodden: 1. Vivekanand India's mission. 2. Conversations. 3. Writings India: the land of religion. 4. In defence of Hinduism. 5. An appeal to his countrymen. 6. Hinduism and Shri Ramakrishna. 7. Vivekanand for the development of all. 8. Vivekanand a patriot and a saint. 9. Vivekanand and national spirit. 10. Vivekanand and Indian Nationalism. 11. Vivekanand and national unity. 12. Vivekanand and the youth awakening. 13. Vivekanand -- the Great Indian Humanist. 14. Vivekanand and his 'Only Mother'. 15. Vivekanand: orator, writer. 16. Great thinker and admirers on Vivekananda sources and contributors.
Vol.4: Jotiba Phule: The Great Dalit Leader: 1. Introduction. 2. War on Orthodox Hinduism by Phule. 3. Anti Priestcraft. 4. Slavery in India. 5. Satya - Shodhak Samaj. 6. Reaction in Poona against Phule. 7. Exploitation of labour by liquor. 8. Uses of mass education. 9. Condition of Indian peasants. 10. Agitation for the poor. 11. Congress and the depressed classes. 12. Known as Mahatma Phule. 13. Social thought of Mahatma Phule. 14. Victory before death. 15. End of an era.
Vol.5: Gandhi on Removal of Untouchability: 1. Gandhi on removal of untouchability. 2. Gandhian approach to Dalit development. 3. Harijan Welfare. 4. Gandhi's thought of society. 5. Gandhian Views on Social Revolution. 6. Social sciences and Gandhi. 7. Gandhi's views on Indian social problems. 8. Gandhiji on Indian language. 9. Gandhian approach to tribal issue. 10. Gandhi and the Adivasis. 11. Gandhi's influence on the tribals. 12. Gandhian role in social research. 13. Mahatma Gandhi: some aspects.
Vol.6: Vinoba Bhave and His Mission to Serve All: 1. To raise the lowliest. 2. On foot through India. 3. The Bhoodan-Ganga flows on. 4. Religion, religious reform and idol worship. 5. Various ways to God-realization. 6. Nature of Swadharma and Sadhana. 7. The ethical aspect. 8. The dynamics of social progress. 9. The revolutionary implications of Gramdan. 10. Science, rationalism and spirituality. 11. Towards a spiritual society.
Vol.7: Jawahar Lal Nehru on Tribal and Harijan Development: 1. The Nagas. 2. The Khasis. 3. The Naga Insurgency. 4. Administrative matters. 5. The Nagas. 6. Science and technology. 7. Nefa. 8. Naga insurgency. 9. Administrative matters. 10. Women and children. 11. Tribal Affairs - A. 12. Tribal Affairs - B. 13. Tribal Affairs - C. 14. Scientific research.
Vol.8: B.R. Ambedkar on the Removal of Untouchability: 1. Castes in India. 2. Annihilation of caste. 3. Origin of untouchability. 4. Regeneration vs. reservation. 5. Caste system. 6. Uniform civil code and judicial activism. 7. Annihilation of caste. 8. Establishment of Egalitarian Society with emphasis on Scheduled Castes/Tribes and weaker sections. 9. Advancement of scheduled castes/tribes and weaker sections -- past, present and future.
Vol.9: K. Kamraj and Congress on Dalit Upliftment: 1. Indian National Congress (Sixty-Ninth Session). 2. Resolutions adopted by the INC. 3. AICC Meetings. 4. Resolutions adopted by the AICC. 5. CWC Meetings. 6. Resolutions adopted by the CWC. 7. Resolutions adopted by the CWC - A. 8. Resolutions adopted by the CWC - B. 9. Indian National Congress (Seventieth Session). 10. Resolutions adopted by the INC. 11. AICC meetings. 12. Resolutions adopted by the AICC. 13. Election Manifesto 1967. 14. CWC Meetings. 15. Resolutions adopted by the CWC. 16. Resolution adopted by the CWC.
Vol.10: Babu Jagjivan Ram: A Tall Dalit Leader: 1. The untouchables. 2. Chandwa. 3. Sant Shobhi Ram. 4. A religious interlude. 5. Orphaned. 6. The village school. 7. Adolescence. 8. The social reformer. 9. Untouchables, that is Harijans. 10. In the Congress. 11. Youngest Cabinet Member. 12. An argument. 13. Doughy champion of the poor. 14. Vetran leader. 15. Rare distinction. 16. Able administrator. 17. Successful born Parliamentarian. 18. Outstanding services to the nation.
Vol.11: K.R. Narayanan as a Great Dalit Leader: 1. K.R. Narayanan on Ambedkar. 2. K.R. Narayanan Elected President of India. 3. Address to Parliament. 4. The Presidential poll. 5. Dr. Kalam emerges as a consensus candidate. 6. Conclusions. 7. Views on B.R. Ambedkar. 8. Last speech: K.R. Narayanan.
Vol.12: Mother Teresa: A Supporter of the Downtrodden: 1. Mother's school. 2. An earthen hat. 3. Hanky on the nose. 4. Mother on Dharna. 5. Gandhiji Prem Niwas. 6. Mystery of the dark rooms. 7. Return of a Gold Medal. 8. Auction of the gifts. 9. Half a bread. 10. Poverty of the rich. 11. The sullied hands of Senator Kennedy. 12. Permission of a dictator. 13. When the army took sisters into custody. 14. Indira Gandhi sends vegetables. 15. The aroma of food. 16. Sister Marlyn and David. 17. The story of Sister Ciphong. 18. You are my chief engineer. 19. I will not pay tax. 20. I am and Indian by choice. 21. On the way to airport. 22. When mother offered to act and air hostess. 23. Pyramids of coconut shells. 24. The ailments of affluence. 25. An invaluable gift. 26. The Nobel Prize and the Agony of Prizes. 27. Mother -- an apostle of peace. 28.Gandhiji and mother -- champions of compassion. 29. A life of dedication. 30. Premonition of death. 31. Farewell mother. 32. Missionaries of charity: A Mini United Nations. 33. Sainthood for mother. 34. Jesus the Divine Superstar. 35. From Church Rebel to church asset.
Vol.13: Kanshi Ram: The Messiah of Dalits: 1. Introduction. 2. Dalits seek lion's share from BJP. 3. Kanshi promises free land to poor in U.P. 4. Dalit Killings rock U.P. houses. 5. Happy B'day, let's be friends: BJP to Maya.
Vol.14: M. Karunanidhi: A Great Democrat and Friend of Dalits: 1. The birth of DMK. 2. DMK comes to power. 3. The Tamil pride. 4. Anna and Karunanidhi. 5. The political career of Karunanidhi. 6. Fight for state autonomy. 7. DMK on socialism. 8. Democracy in works. 9. The Division of DMK. 10. Morals in public life. 11. M.K. on social justice. 12. The title of Kalaignar: which means a literary man. 13. The future. 14. Save democracy. 15. Unique achievements of Tamil Nadu under dynamic leadership of M. Karunanidhi. 16. Honourable Prime Minister and Members of the National Development Council.
Vol.15: Behen Mayawati: The Story of Great Dalit Leader: 1. Mayawati: an introduction. 2. Mayawati only real threat, feels Mulayam. 3. In a league of her own. 4. Stay on OBC quota. 5. BSP's Brahmin face hogs limelight. 6. Dalit, Brahmin elite. 7. Lady in waiting.

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The Dalits constitute about 30% of one billion population of India and as such they deserve all political, social and economic considerations for their all round development.

In the ancient period the Hindu society had been holding the Dalits which were called by many names such as Sudras, Neech, or Dalit in high esteem and they have held that prophet Rama honoured Sabri, a tribal lady by visiting her cottage and eating her mouthed berries and that Maharishi Balmiki wrote Sanskrit Ramayana and gave shelter to the two sons and wife Sita of Lord Rama.

The main cause of the depression of this important section of Indian society has been the ownership of land by the dominant sections of the society. The Muslim rulers had adopted the system of awarding land to Nawabs, Zagirdars and Thekedars according to their personal considerations. Since in the feudal age the agricultural system was the main economic occupation, there who owned the land, they were dominant sections of the society. The Jats in Haryana, the Sikhs in Punjab, the Rajputs in Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh, the Reddies in Andhra Pradesh and the Marathas in Maharashtra, had land in their possession and so they were in a dominant position and not only exploited the weaker position of the depressed classes now called the Dalits but they also encouraged feudal practices and traditions.

The artisans like carpenters, blacksmiths, weavers and cobblers were treated as menials. These sections depended on the agriculturists as they gave them corn in exchange for their services. Thus they became dependent on these dominant classes for their livelihood.

Ever since India became free from the British rule, the Indian government had taken up the welfare of the Dalits very seriously. Constitutional provisions have been made for the social, political and economic development of the Dalits.

In this encyclopaedia, efforts have been made to portray the leaders, role who have been instrumental in taking up the work of the political, economic and social developments of the Dalits. This encyclopaedia will provide insights to other researchers in this area and will give inspiration to other members of the Indian society to work for the eradication of poverty and alleviation of the suffering of the Dalits and the depressed classes.
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