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Annihilation of Caste / B.R. Ambedkar

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Edited and annotated by S. Anand Introduced with the essay The Doctor and the Saint by Arundhati Roy
£14.90

Written in 1936 and often billed as one of the most important, yet neglected political writings in India's history. Ambedkar, often compared to W.E.B Du Bois, offers a scholarly critique of Hindu Scriptures and those aspects of Hinduism that promote a rigid cast system. Ambedkar in fact promotes an anti-cast utopia through a Dalit revolution to purge India of systemic inequality. 

Introduced by Arundhati Roy in her essay 'The Doctor and the Saint' that delves into the clash between Ambedkar and Gandhi, who publicly denounced Ambedkar and this work. 

Written in 1936 and often billed as one of the most important, yet neglected political writings in India's history. Ambedkar, often compared to W.E.B Du Bois, offers a scholarly critique of Hindu Scriptures and those aspects of Hinduism that promote a rigid cast system. Ambedkar in fact promotes an anti-cast utopia through a Dalit revolution to purge India of systemic inequality. 

Introduced by Arundhati Roy in her essay 'The Doctor and the Saint' that delves into the clash between Ambedkar and Gandhi, who publicly denounced Ambedkar and this work.