Dalits struggle for identity: Andhra and Hyderabad 1900-1950
This Work Mainly Deals With The Dalit`S Political Consciousness Their Struggle For Identity, And The Manner In Which They Rose From A Stage Of Being Political Nonentities To A Stage When They Could Develop Their Own Self-Definition And Roles Whithin The Dialectics Of The Nationalist Anti-Colonial Struggle.
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The Role of Agencies
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activities Adi-Andhra movement Adi-Dravida Adi-Hindu agricultural labourers Ambedkar Aryans Bhagya Reddi Varma Bojja Boyi Bhimanna Brahmans caste-Hindus census Chandalas Chinna Rao Christian coastal Andhra colonial Communist movement Congress consciousness cultural Dalit communities Dalit education Dalit intellectuals Dalit labourers Dalit leaders Dalit masses Dalit movement Dalit students Depressed Classes dominant East Godavari district economic established Gandhi Gandhian Gautam Government of Madras groups Guntur Harijan Harijan Sevak Sangh Hindu Hinduism Holeya hostels Hyderabad Ibid identity ideology India Interview Jala Jashuva Kakinada Kamma Konada Krishna district Krishna Patrika Ksatriya Kusuma Dharmanna Labour Protection Leagues landlords later leadership League Madigas Madras presidency Mahasabha Mala missionaries mobilization movement in Andhra Muslims nationalist Nellore Nizam Omvedt Paleru Panchama participated peasant political Rajahmundry role rural Samaj Sangam Satyanarayana Scheduled Castes schools social reform society Sudra Sundarayya Taluk Telangana Telugu temples twentieth century untouchables upliftment Vaisya Venkata Venkataswamy village