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Title What Congress and M. K. Gandhi Have Done to the Untouchables
Author Dr B R Ambedkar
Year 2017
Binding Paperback
Pages 410
ISBN10, ISBN13 9386397455, 9789386397454
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The Title 'What Congress and M. K. Gandhi Have Done to the Untouchables written/authored/edited by Dr B R Ambedkar', published in the year 2017. The ISBN 9789386397454 is assigned to the Paperback version of this title. This book has total of pp. 410 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Kalpaz Publications. This Book is in English. The subject of this book is Ambedkar / Dalit. .POD
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This book is the first reprint edition of great reformist, farsighted and the father of Indian Constitution Dr. B R Ambedkar. He had treasure of knowledge which he used to frame the Constitution of the largest democracy of the world, India.
One of his book “What Congress and M.K. Gandhi have done to the Untouchables”, which was originally published in the year 1945 is again in front of the readers in the same format and style in which it was published originally. This book deals the Following Chapters: with A Strange Event, A Shabby Show, A Mean Deal, An Abject Surrender, A Political Charity, A False Claim, A False Charge, The Real Issue, A Plea to the Foreigners, What do the Untouchables Say?, Gandhism.
This book is a unique source of information for the Institutions, Libraries, Universities, Scholars and Researchers of Political Science, Modern History, Social Work, Dalit Studies.


Bhimrao Ambedkar was born to Bhimabai Sakpal and Ramji on 14 April 1891 in Madhya Pradesh. He was the architects of the Indian Constitution. He was a well-known politician and an eminent jurist. Ambedkar’s efforts to eradicate the social evils like untouchablity and caste restrictions were remarkable. The leader, throughout his life, fought for the rights of the dalits and other socially backward classes. Ambedkar was appointed as the nation’s first Law Minister in the Cabinet of Jawaharlal Nehru. He was posthumously awarded the Bharat Ratna, India’s highest civilian honor in 1990. Since 1954-55 Ambedkar was suffering from serious
health problems including diabetes and weak eyesight. On 6 December, 1956 he died at his home in Delhi.


Preface    i
Chapter I.—A Strange Event Congress Takes Cognizance of the Untouchables     1
Chapter II.—A Shabby Show Congress Abandons its Plan   19
Chapter III.—A Mean Deal Congress Refuses to Part with Power     40
Chapter IV.—An Abject Surrender Congress Beats an Inglorious Retreat     108
Chapter V.—A Political Charity Congress Plan to Kill by Kindness     126
Chapter VI.—A False Claim Does Congress Represent Ali?     146
Chapter VII.—A False Charge Are Untouchables Tools of the British?      166
Chapter VIII.—The Real Issue Aren’t the Untouchables a Separate Element?    181
Chapter IX.—A Plea to the Foreigners Let not Tyranny Have Freedom to Enslave     193
Chapter X.—What do the Untouchables Say? Beware of Mr. Gandhi!     259
Chapter XI.—Gandhism The Doom of the Untouchables    285
Appendices    309






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