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ambedkar was invited to the meeting of the hindu mahasabha held in nagpur. this was on the basis of his position as the head of the mahasabha, for the purpose of criticising gandhi's conduct. he attended the meeting and criticised gandhi for the latter's appointment of v.s.krishna as the president of the new government and his use of the central legislature, instead of the congress legislature, to form the government. krishna was an ally of the congress, but was even more closely associated with the extremist views of the hindu mahasabha. ambedkar is reported to have said, "krishna is no more than the deputy. his master is the hindu mahasabha, whose founder was babasaheb himself".
Dr Br Ambedkar Biography In Telugu Pdf Free Download
i just got my copy of the annihilation of caste this week. it is fascinating. i am not a student of indias ancient history but am quite familiar with ancient indian history. i have to confess, that i did not know dr. ambedkars views on caste. i was impressed by his arguments and would like to share them with my readers. i have gone through the book several times and have done some cross referencing of his views on caste and his other works. i have tried to put his views in modern context and put them in a historical perspective, keeping in mind the political and social climate in india in the 1920s. since the book is in marathi, i have done my best to write in english. i have written about his views on the caste system and communalism and about his political views. dr. ambedkar was the first indian to have made a popular figure in india. his views on casteism and communalism created a stir in the political and social milieu of india in the 1920s. his views on land reforms and cooperatives helped shaped the thinking of future leaders of indian democracy. he was the first person to forcefully bring to light the realities of dalits as a suppressed community. the book has chapters on the problems of the dalits and several other issues. he discussed the problems of women, women education, the plight of children, the rights of women and children in hindu society, social justice, and the nature of the state and government. ambedkars views on the caste system and communalism are the most controversial issues in modern indian politics. i think the book will open up a new dimension for those who are interested in the history of casteism and communalism. the book is divided into 13 chapters and 18 appendices. the first two chapters are introductory. the remaining chapters are on indias ancient history, the caste system, the hindu religious texts, the hindu society, the role of women, communalism, and the state and government. his views on social justice, cooperatives, and land reform are explained in chapters 3, 4 and 5. the next two chapters deal with the plight of dalits and the treatment of them by the society. the next two chapters discuss the nature of the state and the government and his views on the need for social justice in the society. the next three chapters deal with the problems of women, education, and their role in the society. the next two chapters are on communalism and the hindu society. the remaining chapters deal with the nature of democracy and the need for social justice in the society. the book contains several appendices on indias ancient history, history of the indian political and social milieu, the history of the dalits, the caste system, the treatment of women, communalism, the hindu religious texts, the social justice, and the various reforms of dr. ambedkars life.