Building The Ambedkar Revolution
Sambhaji Tukaram Gaikwad And The Kokan Dalits
Author: Dr. Gail Omvedt 
Publication: Bhashya Prakashan
Pages: 156
Weight: 230 Gm
Binding: Paperback
ISBN13: 9788192110707

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Summary of the Book
Ambedkar had his predecessors. The "great" among them he recognized and named as his "teachers": Buddha, Kabir and Phule. The lesser known he also honored, attending their programmes. Among these lesser known, uneducated but wise in the needs of his people, was a man who he named as "Dadasaheb," was to be known as his older compatriot, the "elderly" (vayovruddh) Sambhaji Tukaram Gaidwad. Sambhaji was one of the main organizers of what what Ambedkar himself was to describe and try to memorialize as the "liberation movement" of the Dalits, the Mahad satyagraha of of 1927. For those who were later to call themselves Dalits and Buddhists, the event was a landmark in their struggle, December 25, the burning of the Manusmriti, is today celebrated in Maharashtra as "Indian Women's Liberation Day" and has become, for many throughout India, "Manavmukti Din."
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