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Dalits in Post Independence Era: A New Identity

 
K.L. Chanchreek (Author) Vijaya Kumar Singh (Author) Vandana Prasad (Author)
Synopsis The present study “Dalits in Post Independence Era” focuses on the various trends and phases of New dalit Identity, having its roots in the rising Indian nationalism when the nation was fighting for freedom from the British yoke. The 20th century Dalit organizations and Dalit leaders, prominent being Dr. Ambedkar and Babu Jagjivan Ram and few others revolutionized, influenced and changed the entire course of Dalit Liberation Movement as a multifaceted silent social revolution. Even Soveiet leaders, including Comrade Stalin were anxious in knowing from the India’s top Communist leader S.A. Dange during his visit to Moscow in 1947 about the abolition of caste barriers.

India got her independence after a prolonged struggle on 15th August, 1947. In independent India, country’s general masses, as well as millions of untouchables and other suppressed classes interested themselves in the nation’s all round development and witnessed a silent social revolution, when the nation adopted the Constitution of India which came into force on 26 January, 1950. Equality of status and of opportunity no doubt, with reservation provisions and abolition of untouchability has lead to social transformation of society. Ambedkarism and Neo-Buddhism have become synonyms.

It is hoped this historical study will be a useful reference tool in understanding the Dalits in Post-Independence Era.
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About the authors

K.L. Chanchreek

K.L. Chanchreek is a great scholar and Indologist, academician and cultural activist, linquist and folklorist, poet and litteratueur, biographer and bibliographer. Born in delhi (1933) and educated at Agra, Delhi and Punjab Universities (1952-1957), he served in various capacities under the Government of India as Research Assistant, Commission for Scientific and Technical Terminology and later Member, Experts Advisory Committee, Chief Librarian, M/o Commerce and Industry, General Manager, Modern Food Industries (A govt. of India Undertaking) Chief Editor, Collected Works of Dr. Ambedkar (Dr. Ambedkar Foundatioin, Govt. of India), and Academic Adviser, Dr. B.R. Ambedkar School of Social Sciences, Bundelkhand University. He has edited several literary and social journals. He has also written an compited books and research publications on a wide range of subjects like Jainology, Buddism, literature, library and information science folklore, Dalit movement, international nad current affairs as well as on national leaders. He has nearly four dozen titles to his credit both in Hindi and English brought out by the leading publishers and Government departments.

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Vijaya Kumar Singh

Vijaya Kumar Singh: Associate Editor.  Born on 24 August, 1981 at Gaziabad.  Did his B.Sc. and afterwards Master’s Degree in Labour Management.  Has keen interest in the problems of the Dalits.  His father Dr. Dhir Singh is a renowned Scientist and Technocrat.  Presently, Working in ICICI Prudential Insurance Sector.

Vandana Prasad

Vandana Prasad: Associate Editor, Born at Delhi (13 May, 1978) educated at LSR, New Delhi for her graduation, obtained MBA from Jaipuria, Lucknow.   Father Kalika Prasad was an I.A.S. Officer and mother Saroj served as Chairman, U.P.  Mahila Kalyan Nigam (P) Ltd. (a U.P. Govt. Enterprise).  Life Member of Indian Red Cross Society, Vandana has deep interest and understanding of Dalit problems.  Presently Chairperson, Hotel Chanakya, Agra (U.P.).

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Bibliographic information

Title Dalits in Post Independence Era: A New Identity
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2010
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788183293464
length xiv+356p., Appendices; Index; 23cm.
Subjects History