Dr. Baba Saheb Ambedkar Writing and Speeches (A Ready Reference Mannual of 17 Volumes)

Dr. Baba Saheb Ambedkar Writing and Speeches (A Ready Reference Mannual of 17 Volumes)

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Item Code: AZE558
Author: D.C. Ahir
Publisher: B.R. Publishing Corporation
Language: ENGLISH
Edition: 2020
ISBN: 9788176465632
Pages: 470
Other Details 9.00x6.00
Weight 670 gm

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About the Book
This Manual designed to introduce vast covering 17 Volumes, AMBEDKAR WRITINGS SPEECHES, to scholars, students and other readers know glance as volume to Apart from the prefaces, Introductions, Editorial Notes Contents, also presents Ambedkar's prefaces which reflect the inner thoughts the Author. important Writings and Speeches have been added. Introduction Editor of volume gives an overview contents highlights its most important Manual is indeed.

About the Author
D.C. Ahir (born 1928, Punjab) reputed scholar of and Ambedkarism. He retired Director the Government February 1986, and since then is fully engaged enriching now, has published than books Buddhism Ambedkar. his notable contribution Distinguished Scholar and Author, Maha Society conferred him Honorary of BUDDHA SHIROMANI in November 2001. And Government of Ministry of Sasana, Colombo, conferred BUDDHA SASANA JYOTI in January 2003. His bio-data the premier CONTEMPORARY WHO'S Contribution Society, published Biographical.

Maharashtra is a land of saints and sages, philosophers and political savants, social thinkers, social reformers and leaders of national eminence, who have not only moulded and enriched all facets of life of Mahrashtra but have also made singular contribution to the growth and development of India.

Maharashtra, an ancient land in the Deccan, has witnessed the flowering, growth and spread of the Buddhist thought and culture and Sanskrit Scholarship. We have saints like Named, Eknath, Chokhamela, Sawata Maharaj, Gora, Dhyaneshwar, Sena and others. We also see the rise of Indian Nationalism in the form of Shivaji the Great. In Mahatma Phuley, a contemporary of Karl Marx, we have the 'patria protestas' of the Indian social revolution and the first leader of the peasants. Lokmanya Tilak has been accredited as the Father of Indian unrest, Ranade as the Father of Indian socio-economic thought, Gokhale as the thinker whom no less a person than Mahatma Gandhi acclaimed as his political Guru and Savarkar as an ardent revolutionary. In Shahu Chhatrapati, we had a unique king who was a relentless fighter for social equality. Maharshi Shinde was a great social reformer who combined revolutionary fervour with a liberal attitude. Thus, there has been a galaxy of great men in different fields in Maharashtra. It may not be too much to say that there was a time in pre-independent India when Maharashtra had virtually become the centre of all activities, whether social, economic or political. The period from Phuley to Ambedkar can, therefore, be aptly described as the dawn of social revolution in the history not only of Maharashtra but of the country as a whole.

In Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar, we have not only a crusader against the caste system, a valiant fighter for the cause of the downtrodden in India but also an elder statesman and national leader whose contribution in the form of the Constitution of India will be cherished forever by posterity. In fact his fight for human rights and as an emancipator of all those enslaved in the world gave him international recognition as a liberator of humanity from injustice, social and economic.

DR. BR. AMBEDKAR (1891-1956), popularly known BABASAHEB, was one greatest founding fathers of Modern India. the Liberator and Emancipator of down-trodden India, the India, greatest Revivalist Buddhism India. Ambedkar one greatest scholar’s time. had knack research, and whatever subject touched acquitted himself extremely well. writings diverse subjects of human interest, such anthropology, economics, finance, history, politics, religion and he in English over twenty books and pamphlets. had also behind unpublished books which had planned writing could complete the same paucity of time.

Dr. Ambedkar's first work be published was "The Problem Of Rupee: Origin This was his degree Philosophy Columbia University, New York, U.S.A., and was published in 1923 P.S. King & Ltd., London. His second book Evolution Provincial Finance British India: Study In Provincial Decentralization Of Imperial Finance" was also published by P.S. King Son, London, 1925. This was thesis the degree Doctor Science (D.Sc.) earned University London, London. The other important thought-provoking books written.

by Dr. Ambedkar were:


2. What Congress Gandhi 3. Who Were Shards? How They came Fourth Varna in the Indo-Aryan Society, 1946.

4. Who And Why They Became Untouchables, 1948.

5. The Buddha And Dhamma, 1957.

The Government of Maharashtra set up an Advisory Committee in 1976, with the Education Minister as the Chairman and comprising political followers of Dr. Ambedkar, scholars and noted writers, to compile the thoughts and writings of Dr. Ambedkar and have them published. Consequently, the first volume of "Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Writings and Speeches" was published by the Education Department, Government of Maharashtra in 1979. The first volume has 12 books, pamphlets, tracts and articles, published during the period from 1916 to 1955. These are: Castes in India (1916), Annihilation of Caste (1936). Maharashtra as a Linguistic Province (1948), Need for Checks and Balances (1953), Thoughts on Linguistic States (1955), Ranade, Gandhi and Jinnah (1943), Evidence before the Southborough Committee (1919), Federation verses Freedom (1939), Communal Deadlock and a Way to Solve It (1945), States and Minorities (1947), Small Holdings in India (1918), Mr. Russel and the Reconstruction of Society (1918).

The salient features of all these books, pamphlets etc. have been presented well in the 'Introduction' by the Editorial Board to this volume and the same have been retained excepting those on Annihilation of Caste, Thoughts on Linguistic States and Ranade, Gandhi and Jinnah, which have been revised by me.

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