A Social History of India

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APH Publishing, 2000 - India - 799 pages
 

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I have not read the book. However, a casual look at one page seems to suggest an insidious attempt to mention that Ezhavas and Thiyyas as one and the same population. The Thiyyas themselves are two different populations and inside each of them there other issues of social hierarchy. Ezhavas are a different population.
I cannot say anything more about the quality of the rest of the book.
 

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If lion knew how to write, no hunter would have been glorified.
Our history is full of such "hunters". This book shows how brahmanism controlled mental slavery and those mental slaves always followed all the wrong systems.

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Contents

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III
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IV
71
V
101
VI
145
VII
225
VIII
295
IX
369
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403
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469
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