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Babu Jagjivan Ram: A Crusader for Social Equality: A Study Based on his Speeches and Writings

Ramesh Chandra (Editor) K.L. Chanchreek (Editor)

Babu Jagjivan Ram was one of the topmost political figures of the pre and post independence era and known in the history as a builder of modern India. He was a great social rebel and radical thinker who fought for the liberation of the millions of marginalised sections of society, including the untouchables, the Shudras the agricultural labour out of social isolation, slavery, serfdom and discriminations. The present publication Babu Jagjivan Ram: a Crusader for social equality based on his speeches and writings depicts his life long struggle for the uplift of the oppressed and the underprivileged classes and getting civil rights for them besides building a democratic socialistic India.

Whatever social change or silent revolution had come amongst the historically abused sections of society, his contribution is great and memorable.

This compilation will serve as a useful reference tool to the younger generation and general readers in understanding the social philosophy of India's one of the tallest leaders of 20th century.

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About the authors

Ramesh Chandra

Dr. Ramesh Chandra is currently Principal Scientist & Head. Crop Improvement & Production Division at Central Institute for Sub Tropical Horticulture, Lucknow. He has over 30 years of experience in micropropagation, in vitro conservation & molecular biology of potato, mango, guava, papaya, litchi etc. he was instrumental in initiating & shaping potato biotechnology at Central Potato Research Institute. Shimla and initiated biotechnology research at CISH, Lucknow. Dr. Chandra has undergone tissue culture and molecular biology training at Peru, Phillippines and China as visiting scientist. He worked with John Dodds, Tissue Culture Specialist of International Potato Centre, Lima, Peru on potato micropropagation and in vitro germplasm management. He has almost 125 research publications including a book on Comprehensive Potato Biotechnology to his credit. Dr. Chandra has traveled widely and participated in various national and international conference. He is a life member of many scientific societies and fellow of Indian Society of Genetics and Plant Breeding. He has successfully completed research projects funded by DBT, UPDASP, NATP and running five research projects funded by different agencies.

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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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Title Babu Jagjivan Ram: A Crusader for Social Equality: A Study Based on his Speeches and Writings
Format Hardcover
Date published: 08.08.2012
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788183294225
length xxxvii+320p.