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Towards a Practical Dalit Theology: The Status and Relevance of Dalit Theology among Grass Roots Dalit Christians in their Struggle against Caste Oppression

 
Anto Akkara (Author) Kuldip Nayar (Foroward)
Synopsis

This book deals with the status of Dalit Theology among grass roots Dalit Christians in thier struggle against caste oppression within and outside Church. This work is an attempt to count the oppressed status of Dalits, the inadequate sharing of the potentials, insights and thought forms of Dalit Theology which are contextual and liberational. It provides suggestions to develop Dalit Theology a Practical theology of shared praxis to challenge caste and caste based discrimination for Dalits to regain their human dignity, equality, justice and peace.

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About the author

Kuldip Nayar

Kuldip Nayar, born in Sialkot (Pakistan), was educated in Punjab University (Lahore), here he earned the degrees of BA (Hons), LLB. He did M.Sc. in journalism at the North-Western University in the US. The Gurunanak Dev University, Amritsar, also conferred on him a doctorate on philosophy. Kuldip Nayar is a renowned journalist, who has held several prestigious positions in newspapers like The Statesman, The Indian Express besides heading the United News of India (UNI), a premier news agency. Mr. Nayar was India’s High Commissioner to the United Kingdom. He was the correspondent of The Times, London, for 25 years. He retired from the Rajya Sabha in August 2003. HE has been chairperson of Citizens of Democracy (CFD), a human rights organization. Mr. Nayar is the recipient of several academic awards, including Lord Astor Award for Press Freedom, Haldi Ghati Award, Bhai Vir Singh, Munshi Prem Chand, Sarojini Naidu Harmony, Pride of India (America) and Shiromani Gurudwara, Freedom of Information. He is a member of the Hall of Fame on the North-Western University. He is a prolific writer and has numerous works on his credit, including Between the Lines, India: The Critical Years, India after Nehru, In Jail, Report on Afghanistan, Tragedy of Punjab, India House, The Martyr: Bhagat Singh’s Experiments in Revolution.

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Title Towards a Practical Dalit Theology: The Status and Relevance of Dalit Theology among Grass Roots Dalit Christians in their Struggle against Caste Oppression
Format Softcover
Date published: 22.07.2016
Edition 1st. ed.
Language: English
isbn 8184655355, 9788184655353
length 315p., 2 Pages; Illustrations; 22cm.