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Dalitisation of Dalits

Ashok Kumar Jha (Author)
Synopsis ‘Dalit’ is basically a Sanskrit word which means ‘broken’ ‘downtrodden’. There has been narrow definition, based on the caste alone, and a broader one to encompass all those considered to be either similarly placed or natural allies. Since the early 1970s, the word has come into increasingly wider usage in the press and in common parlance where it is normally used in the original, narrower, caste-based sense. However, scholars have written about different ways. There is, however, much discussion and dispute on the means of attaining these ideals of social justice. This problem is worsened by the multiple divisions existing in the Dalit ranks. But every step ahead encourage the Dalits to move forward towards final victory. All these issues have been discussed in the present book in detail and therefore it is hoped that it will be of immense importance for all concerned.
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About the author

Ashok Kumar Jha

Ashiok Kumar Jha (b. 1953) has been educated from Patna University and JNU, New Delhi. He has completed his M.Phil degree in Population Studies from the Center for the Study of Regional Director in 1981 and at present he is teaching in Department of Geography, SNSRKS college Saharsa, a constituent unit of B.N. Mandal University, Laloo Nagar, Madhepura (Bihar). His academic background marked with excellence and has completed a number of national and international research projects. He has to his credit more than one dozen papers.

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Title Dalitisation of Dalits
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2004
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8189161261
length viii+278p., References; Index; 23cm.