AMBEDKAR’S INDIA is a collection of three of B.R. Ambedkar’s
most prominent speeches on caste and the Indian Constitution.
“In the fight for Swaraj, you fight with the whole nation on
In fighting caste system, you stand against the whole nation –
and that too, your own.”
“Annihilation of Caste” is one of Ambedkar’s best works in
putting together how caste as a system has been eating up
the roots of a rich cultural melting pot like India.
“Bhakti in religion could lead to salvation. But in politics,
Bhakti is a sure road to eventual dictatorship.”
“The Grammar of Anarchy” reflects Ambedkar’s ideas on how
we need to pave the way for Independent India. It reflects his deep love and aspirations
for India and its people.
“…the sub-divisions [of caste] have lost the open-door character of the class system,
and have become self-enclosed units called castes.”
“Castes in India: Their Mechanism, Genesis and Development” is an in-depth study of how
classes went on to become castes and sub-castes to dot the Indian social system. This
powerful narrative is a radical eye-opener.