Author: Eleanor Zelliot
9788189059545 | PB | pp. 304 | 2013 | Navayana
Ambedkar’s World chronicles Ambedkar’s Mahar movement in western India from it’s origins to its culmination.This book is unrivalled in it’s scope and depth on this subject.
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This is a classic monograph on the Mahar movement in western India. It documents the social and political forces that shaped Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar (1891–56), the greatest leader of Dalits, and the manner in which Ambedkar shaped the destiny of the Dalits of Maharashtra and India. Zelliot chronicles the movement from its origins with the first Mahar petition in 1890 till its culmination in the mass conversion to Buddhism in 1956. She describes the defining influences of the pre-Ambedkar leadership, the Mahar army tradition, the cult of Cokhamela, the Mahad satyagraha, the temple-entry movements, the various newspapers Ambedkar edited, the Round Table Conferences, and the political parties Ambedkar founded. Using a wide array of primary sources, she offers a rich history of one of modern India’s most defining movements.
In its scope and depth as a single-caste history, Ambedkar’s World remains as yet unsurpassed.
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