Dalit Movement in India and Its Leaders, 1857-1956
This book is, obviously based on primary source of information. Certain facts were duly corroborated by other sources. It has been objectively analysed, properly interpreted and systematically arranged in a consolidated form. It would be useful as a ready reference to the scholars, interested in undertaking intensive research on individual leaders, and their role in the movement. It would be beneficial to those activists who prefer to take lessons from their past. Therefore, the book is of great value.
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active Adi-Hindu Agra Amravati Andhra Pradesh Arya Samaj Aurangabad Ayyan Kali Babu became Bengal Bihar Bombay born Brahmins Brahmo Samaj brethren British Buddhism Calcutta caste Hindus Chokhamela Christianity Committee Conference held Congress candidate Constituent Assembly contested CP and Berar Dalit Dalit leaders Dalit liberation movement Dalit movement daughters Delhi district Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar elections held father Shri father's name G and SC Gaikwad Government Guru Harijan Hindu Hinduism hostel Hyderabad India Depressed Classes Jatav joined Kamble Kerala Kolhapur Labour leadership Lok Sabha Madras Mahar Maharaja Maharashtra Mahatma Gandhi Mandal married Muslim Mysore Nagpur Nasik nominated organization Pandit Party Personal Interview political President presidentship propagate Pune Punjab Rajasthan Rajbhoj religion religious Sangh satyagraha Scheduled Castes Federation seats Secretary sect separate electorate Shivaraj so-called untouchables social reforms society Source of Information started Swami Taluka Temple Entry tried untouchables uplift Uttar Pradesh village