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Contextualising Ambedkarian Conversion

Ambedkar had declared that he would make India a Buddhist nation. This reflected his deep concern for making India a society and a nation where the principles of justice, reason and concern for the other would be the guiding principles for organising social life. In Ambedkarian conception Buddha's concern was for creating a righteous moral, social order. Such an understanding of Buddha's teachings is assuming increasing relevance today.

Occupation and Inherited Status

Occupation and Inherited Status Ramesh Kamble Dalit Movements and Meanings of Labour in India by Peter Robb (ed); Oxford University Press, New Delhi, 1993; pp 354, Rs 290.
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