Encyclopaedia of Untouchables Ancient, Medieval and Modern

Encyclopaedia of Untouchables Ancient, Medieval and Modern

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The book entitled Encyclopaedia of Untouchables, Ancient, Medieval and Modern compiled in 2 volumes witnesses to the fact that how the Brahminical ideology used to behave with the poor people of the Father which is totally unbearable to a normal person, even though they used to clean the cities, latrines, skin of the dead animals which were owned by the Brahmans. Hence, the Dalit literature is not a simple literature, it is associated with a movement to bring about a change in the society by working personally to realize the basic facts of the life, but Brahmans are only the philosophers of their literature, working for their personal benefit not for others. It has established its own strong tradition with anti-caste or untouchables thinker like Buddha, Ved Vyash, Valmiki, Qutab-ud-Din Aebik, Balban, Balban, Firoz Shah Tuglaq, Barani the great writer, Amir Timur, Sultan Sikandar of Kashmir, Zain-ul- Abidin, Mirza Haidar Dughlat, Babar, Ravidas, Akbar, Guru Nanak, Kabir, Phule, Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, many more as its sign posts.... the Shudras substantially provided productive manual labour, and the gap between the elite and the masses widened, ... to the a#39;Shudraa#39; means a#39;Pure- thoughta#39; had made a fleeting appearance due to the controll over formal education towards the ... period when the use of milk miled by the Sudra was forbidden at the daily agnihotra (oblation of fire) which was based ... To take just one example of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, there is evidence to indicate that the expectations of the Brahmansanbsp;...

Title:Encyclopaedia of Untouchables Ancient, Medieval and Modern
Author:Raj Kumar
Publisher:Gyan Publishing House - 2008-01-01


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