Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Rachana Sambhar Vol -13 in Bengali Edition.
Book Name – Ambedkar Rachana Sambhar Volume -13 in Bengali,
Book Format – PDF,
Book Size – 9.2 MB,
Book Quality – excellent,
Dr. Ambedkar Writings & Speeches Volume – 13 in Bengali version.
The Ambedkar Rachana Sambhar thirteenth volume Bangla edition of Dr. Vimrao Ambedkar, the joint initiative of the Government of Maharashtra and the Government of India has published and all the volumes of Ambedkar Rachana Sambhar have contributed greatly in all matters of publication.
Twenty-three volumes of this Ambedkar Rachana Sambhar have been published under the direction of Professor Ashish Sanyal, editor of the Bangla edition.
Dr B.R. Ambedkar played a special role in drafting the Indian constitution and struggled to establish the rights of the Dalit people of India. Strong jihad against caste has been announced. He has clearly pointed out where the root of this problem is, by analyzing the caste holders and carriers, Vedas and Puranas, etc., of Brahmanism. This review holds a very important place in the history of Indian society.
In this thirteenth volume several articles are written on Ambedkar’s aforesaid subject. A number of unpublished and incomplete Maharashtra Government education departments have linked these with a great deal of attention when publishing Ambedkar essays in English. The thirteenth section will be recognized as essential to anyone who is interested in ending social discrimination in India. Also, I hope this book will be a reference for those who are studying Indian social inequality and culture.
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This thirteenth volume is very significant in the history of the evolution of Indian society. Babasaheb Dr. B. R. Ambedkar reviews how the Shudras became the fourth in the Indo-Aryan society in light of this outstanding analytical power and historical thinking.
At present, when people are struggling to establish social justice, Dr. Ambedkar’s statement has become especially relevant in this exhibition.
The seventh volume, published in English, occurs in the thirteenth and fourteenth in Bengal. Like the other volumes, the Bangla Synonyms have been used in the translation of this section. Without the help of the translator, publishing in this section would never have been possible.
One of the greatest sources of India, he who made the low caste people of Hinduism aware of their responsibilities to the youth community and who preached the extreme truth that this book is dedicated to the memory of the Mahatma ‘Jyotiba Phule’, which is far more urgent in establishing social democracy of India than foreign rule.
The 13th volume of the article in Ambedkar highlights specifically the condition of the Shudras of the Indo-Aryan society. 75 to 80% of India’s population is from the Shudra community. The texts that discuss the problems of such a large number of people cannot be negligible in any case.
Therefore, this book must be read to find answers to the questions of the then Indo-Aryan society.
An attempt was made to highlight the main points of this book.
First: The important things are the Shudra Karas
and the second: the editors say in the Indo-Aryan society how they are regarded as fourth-person people –
Firstly, the formula originates from the Aryan community.
Second: Once upon a time, the Brahmins, Kshatriyas and Vaishyas of the Aryan Samaj recognized only these three castes.
Third: The Shudras had no different caste In the Indo-Aryan society, the Shudras were considered part of the Kshatriya caste.
Fourth: There were frequent clashes between the Sudra-Raja and the Brahmins, and the Brahmins faced many oppression and humiliation.
Fifth: They hated the Shudras for the oppression and dishonor of the Brahmins, and chronically refused to worship the Shudras.
Sixthly, because of the refusal of the Shudras to worship the Shudras, the social decline of those who were once part of the Kshatriya Varna began. Their place went down to Vaishya, and the Shudras became the fourth people.
Like all other volume or sections, the translators, endorsements, the Advisory Council and all the people associated with the Dr. Ambedkar Foundation have greatly helped in the publication of this thirteenth volume. The editor of the Bangla edition, Professor Ashish Sanyal, with considerable dexterity and patience, helped to publish the thirteenth volume.
And above all, the then Indian Social Justice and Empowerment Minister Smt. Maneka Gandhi has provided considerable assistance in publishing every sections or valumes of Ambedkar Sambhar.
Therefore, like all other parts of Ambedkar’s collection, this thirteenth volume will be appreciated by dear readers.
Other some volumes of Ambedkar Rachana Sambhar have already been published in this website and since the readers have been greatly appreciated by the society, we have tried to give the following sections to our website. If you wish, you can also collect and Read the Dr. Ambedkar’s other Compilation Resources sections from this page.
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Ambedkar Rachana Sambhar 13 volume PDF file.