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Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar (Vol. 1): Annihilation of Caste and Other Writings
Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar (1891-1956), or Babasaheb Ambedkar, was a scholar, social reformer, powerful advocate of the rights of Dalits and women, chairman of the Constituent Assembly of India, and the country’s first law minister.
In 1976, the government of Maharashtra set up an advisory committee to compile Dr. Ambedkar’s complete works. The Committee consisted of the state’s then education minister and noted scholars and writers. In 1978, when Vasant Moon (Dalit activist, author and Officer on Special Duty) joined the Committee, it decided to procure and publish Dr. Ambedkar’s unpublished writings too.
The state’s Education Department published the first volume (in five parts) of a 22-volume series titled Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar: Writings and Speeches in 1979. The series was re-printed by the Dr. Ambedkar Foundation, an autonomous body under the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, in January 2014.
Volume 1 includes his famous speech on caste ( Annihilation of Caste ), another on Justice Ranade, Gandhi and Jinnah, Dr. Ambedkar’s thoughts on the creation of states on a linguistic basis, and essays and talks on constitutional reforms and India’s economic problems.
Part I: On Caste
Part I of the volume has two works on caste: ‘ Castes of India ’ and ‘ Annihilation of Caste ’. ‘ Castes of India’ is a paper presented by Dr. Ambedkar in 1916 at a seminar at Columbia University, New York. In it, he attempts to theorise caste by investigating its genesis, mechanisms and spread in India. He argues that the origin of caste lay primarily in the superimposition of endogamy on an otherwise exogamous and heterogenous population bound together by ‘a unity of culture’.
‘ Annihilation of Caste ’ is a speech prepared by Dr. Ambedkar in 1936 for the annual conference of the Jat Pat Todak Mandal, an anti-caste organisation in Lahore. When Dr. Ambedkar sent the organisers his speech, they found some of his views ‘unbearable’ and suggested that he delete certain sections. Dr. Ambedkar disagreed, the speech remained undelivered, and he subsequently published it himself.
In this speech, Dr. Ambedkar argues that caste has no scientific basis. He insists that it is essential to entirely annihilate caste in order to unite India, and that inter-caste marriage and inter-caste dining are not enough. He says that it is necessary “to destroy the religious notions upon which caste is founded.” In this way, Dr. Ambedkar not only criticises the practice of caste but also denounces Hinduism itself. The speech created a furore among upper-caste leaders, including Mahatma Gandhi, and led to correspondence between Gandhi and Ambedkar.
Part II: On Linguistic States
Part II of the volume contains an essay in which Dr. Ambedkar critiques the recommendations of the States Reorganisation Commission (set up in 1953). Titled ‘ Thoughts on Linguistic States ’, the essay argues for the formation of unilingual states over multi-lingual ones. Dr. Ambedkar says that the Commission, by following the principle of ‘one state one language’ over ‘one language one state’, put in jeopardy attempts to unify India; in his view, the ‘one state one language’ principle could solve racial and cultural conflicts among various communities. He also says that smaller states can be administered more efficiently, satisfy people’s cultural and linguistic sentiments, and minimise the danger of majority rule. And he recommends the creation of a second capital in the south (Hyderabad) in order to reduce political polarisation between the north and the south.
Part III: On Hero and Hero-Worship
Part III has a speech titled ‘ Ranade, Gandhi and Jinnah ’ from 1943, on the 101st birth anniversary of Justice Mahadeo Govind Ranade, delivered at the Deccan Sabha of Poona. Dr. Ambedkar discusses Justice Ranade’s views in detail and his struggle to make Hindu society more democratic. He compares Ranade with Gandhi and Jinnah, and presents a scathing critique of the latter two– “the idols and heroes of the hour.” He regrets that ‘hero worship’ has become a fact of Indian political life and reminds his audience that Ranade was never considered a hero despite his important work.
Part IV: On Constitutional Reforms
Part IV contains essays and speeches on constitutional reforms, including ‘ Communal Deadlock and a Way to Solve It ’, an address at the annual session of the All India Scheduled Castes Federation in 1945. In this address, Dr. Ambedkar puts forth a ‘constructive proposal’ on behalf of the Schedules Castes for the future Constitution of India. He sets out a plan for a ‘United India’ (not a partitioned one) that would ensure checks and balances to safeguard the interests of all minorities. Dr. Ambedkar also says that he is wholly opposed to setting up the Constituent Assembly before the communal problem is solved, and that since the majority in India is a communal (and ‘relative’) majority and not a political majority, majority rule is untenable in theory and unjustifiable in practice.
Part V: On Economic Problems
The volume’s final part on economic problems has a paper titled ‘ Small Holdings in India and Their Remedies ’, which was part of Dr. Ambedkar’s doctoral thesis in Economics at Columbia University, New York. It discusses one of many problems of the agricultural economy: the size of holdings and how it affects productivity. Land holdings in India, he writes, are not only small but also scattered; this is a practical problem that raises two questions – how to consolidate existing holdings and how to ‘perpetuate’ the consolidated holding (because heirs often want their share of the holding rather than distributing ‘complete holdings’ amongst themselves.)
He also says that a small farm can be as economic as a large one, and it isn’t the size of a holding that makes it uneconomic but the inadequacy of other factors of production. Therefore, Dr. Ambedkar says that the solution for increasing productivity is to increase the capital and capital goods utilised. He asserts that industrialisation is the strongest remedy for India’s many agricultural problems.
Focus by Mythili Chandrasekhar.
Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar
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Writings and Speeches of Dr B R Ambedkar as appeared in Volumes compiled by the Education Department, Government of Maharashtra. [You can download Dr Ambedkar’s books in various languages from here .]
- Castes in India; Their Mechanism, Genesis and Development • Paper • 9 th May 1916
- Annihilation of Caste • Book • 1936
- Maharashtra as a Linguistic Province (Statement submitted to the Linguistic Provinces Commission) • Statement • 1948
- Need for Checks and Balances- Article on Linguistic State • 1953
- Thoughts on Linguistic States • Book • 1955
- Ranade, Gandhi and Jinnah • Speech • 1943
- Evidence before the Southborough Committee • Written Statement • 1919
- Federation versus Freedom • Speech • 1939
- Communal Deadlock and a Way to Solve it • Speech • 1945
- States and Minorities: What are their Rights and How to secure them in the Constitution of Free India • Memorandum • 1947
- Small Holdings in India and their Remedies • Paper • 1918
- Mr. Russell and the reconstruction of Society • Review •1918
- Dr. B. R. Ambedkar in the Bombay Legislature • Speech, Questions and Debate • 1927 to 1939.
- Dr. B. R. Ambedkar with the Simon Commission (Indian Statutory Commission) • Report, Statements and Evidence • 1928 to 1932.
- Dr. B. R. Ambedkar at the Round Table Conferences • Memorandum and Evidence • 1930 to 1933.
(Published Posthumously) All individual Essays compiled by the editorial team of Dr.B. R. Ambedkar source material publication committee.
- Philosophy of Hinduism
- The Hindu Social Order- Its Essential Principles
- The Hindu Social Order- Its Unique Features
- Symbols of Hinduism
- Ancient India on Exhumation
- The Ancient Regime
- A Sunken Priesthood
- Reformers and Their Fate
- The Decline and fall of Buddhism
- The Literature of Brahminism
- The Triumph of Brahminism
- The Morals of the House
- Krishna and His Gita
- Analytical Notes of Virat Parva and Udyog Parva
- Brahmins versus Kshatriyas
- Shudras and the Counter-Revolution
- The Woman and the Counter-Revolution
- Buddha or Karl Marx
- Schemes of Books
(Published Posthumously) Riddles in Hinduism –An Exposition to enlighten the masses. (All individual Essays compiled by the editorial team of Dr. B. R. Ambedkar source material publication committee.)
- The Difficulty of Knowing why one is a Hindu
- The Orgin of the Vedas – The Brahminic Explanation or an exercise in the art of circumlocution
- The Testimony of other Shastras on the orgin of the Vedas
- Why suddenly the Brahmins declare the Vedas to be infallible and not to be questioned?
- Why did the Brahmins go further and declare that the Vedas are neither made by man nor by God?
- The Contents of the Vedas: Have they any moral or spiritual value?
- The turn of the tide Or How did the Brahmins declare the Vedas to be lower than the lowest of their Shastras?
- How the Upanishads declared war on the Vedas?
- How the Upanishads came to be made subordinate to the Vedas?
- Why did the Brahmins make the Hindu Gods fight against one another?
- Why did the Brahmins make the Hindu Gods suffer to rise and fall?
- Why the Brahmins did dethrone the Gods and enthrones the Goddesses?
- The Riddle of the Ahimsa
- From Ahimsa to Himsa
- How did the Brahmins Wed an Ahimsak God to a Bloodthirsty Goddess?
- The Riddle of the Vedas
- The Riddle of the Vedanta
- The Riddle of the Triomurti
- Smarth Dharma and Tantrik Dharma
- The Infallibility of the Vedas
- The Four Varnas- Are the Brahmins sure of their origin?
- The Four Ashramas- the Why and How about them.
- Manu’s madness or the Brahmanic explanation of the origin of the mixed castes.
- The Change from Paternity to Maternity. What did the Brahmins wish to gain by it?
- Kali Varjya or the Brahminic art of suspending the operation of Sin without calling it Sin.
- The Riddle of the Varnashram Dharma.
- Compulsory Matrimony
- The Theory of Manvantra
- Brahma is not Dharma. What good is Brahma?
- Kali yuga- Why have the Brahmins made it unending?
- The Riddle of the Kali Yuga.
- The Riddle of Rama and Krishna.
(Published Posthumously) Untouchables or the children of India’s ghetto. (All individual Essays compiled by the editorial team of Dr. B. R. Ambedkar source material Publication Committee.)
- Untouchability – Its Source
- Untouchability- Their Numbers
- Slaves and Untouchables
- Outside the Fold
- Unfit for human Association
- Untouchability and Lawlessness
- Why Lawlessness is Lawfull?
- (Roots of the Problem) Parallel Cases
- Hindus and want of Public Conscience
- Hindus and their want of Social Conscience
- The Hindu and his belief in Caste
- (What the Untouchables have to face) Antagonism of the Administration
- Problem of Discrimination
- Problem of Isolation
- Civilization of Felony
- The House the Hindus have built
- The Rock on which it is built
- Touchables versus Untouchables
- The Curse of Caste
- From millions to fractions
- The Revolt of the Untouchables
- Held at bay
- Their wishes are Laws unto us
- Under the Providence of Mr. Gandhi
- Gandhi and his fast
- A warning to the Untouchables
- Away from the Hindus (Conversion)
- Caste and Conversion
- Christianizing the Untouchables
- The condition of the convert
- Administration and Finance of the East India Company • Dissertation • 1915
- The Evolution of Provincial Finance in British India: A study in the Provincial Decentralization of Imperial Finance • Study/Research • 1925.
- The Problem of Rupee: Its Origin and its Solution • Book • 1923
- Statement of Evidence to the Royal Commission on Indian Currency • 1925
- The Present Problem in Indian Currency – I • Article • 1925
- The Present Problem in Indian Currency – II • Article • 1925
- Currency and Exchange • Review • 1925
- Report of the Taxation Enquiry Committee,1926 • Review • 1926
- Foreword to Commodity Exchange by P. G. Salve •1946
- Foreword to Social Insurance and India by M. R. Idgunji •1946
WHO WERE THE SHUDRAS? How they came to be the Fourth Varna in the Indo-Aryan Society • Book • 1947
THE UNTOUCHABLES, Who Were They and Why They Became Untouchables? • Book • 1948
PAKISTAN OR THE PARTITION OF INDIA • Book • 1940
- What Congress and Gandhi have done to the Untouchables • Book • 1945
- Mr. Gandhi and the Emancipation of the Untouchables • Book • 1943
Dr. Ambedkar as member of the Governor-General’s Executive Council (1942-46)
- Dr. B. R. Ambedkar : A Biographical Sketch
- Appointment as Labour Member of the Viceroy’s Council
- The Need for uniformity in Labour Legislation
- Election of a Member to the Advisory Committee of Geological Survey of India.
- The Situation in India
- Why Indian Labour is determined to win the War
- The Paper control Order
- Announcement re : Grant of Inadequate Dearness Allowance to Workers
- The Indian Finance Bill
- Election of Members to the Standing Committee for the Labour Department
- The Indian Tea Control (Amendment) Bill
- The War Injuries (Compensation Insurance) Bill
- Employment Exchanges for Skilled and Semi-Skilled Personnel
- The Indian Boilers (Amendment) Bill
- The Motor Vehicles (Drivers) Amendment Bill
- The Mines Maternity Benefit (Amendment) Bill
- The War injuries (Compensation Insurance) Bill
- First Session of Plenary Labour Conference
- Labour and Parlimentary Democracy
- The Indian Trade Unions ( Amendment) Bill
- Post-war Development of Electric Power in India
- Labour Member’s visit to jharia Coalfields
- Labour Member visits Coalmines
- Promotion of Labour Welfare in India
- Lifting the ban on Employment of Women on Underground work in Coalmines
- The Coalmines Safety (stowing) Amendment Bill
- Government Policy towards Labour
- Miscellaneous Departments
- Protection of Mosques in New Delhi
- The Factories (Amendment) Bill
- Advisory Committee on Coalmines Welfare Fund
- Mica Industry to be placed on a sound and stable footing
- Standing Labour Committee discusses recognition of Trade Unions
- Post-war Employment of skilled workers
- Plenary Session of Tripartite Labour Conference
- The Factories (Second Amendment) Bill
- The Payment of Wages (Amendment) Bill
- Damodar Valley Scheme-Calcutta Conference
- Post-war Electric Power Development
- Government Policy re Minaral Resources of India
- Labour Policy of Government of India
- Need for Immediate re-imposition of ban on Employment of Women Underground in Mines
- Department of Labour : Demand for Supplementary Grants
- The Factories (Second Amendment ) Bill
- Health Insurance for Industrials Workers
- War work of National Service Labour Tribunals
- Multi-purpose Development of Damodar Valley
- Housing of India’s Industrials Workers
- State’s Obligations to labour
- Multi-purpose Plan for development of Orissa’s rivers
- Rejection of Railwaymen’s Federation Demands
- Proposed evacuation of villagers in the prosecution of the Damodar Scheme
- Workmen’s Compensation (Amendment) Bill
- Indian Mines (Amendment) Bill
- Factories (Amendment) Bill
- Rehabilitation Plans
- Welfare and Social Security of Workers
- Muslims have fared much better in Labour Department
- Strike by workers of Government of India Press
- Mica Mines Labour welfare Fund Bill
- Grievances of the Scheduled Castes: By Dr. Ambedkar
- Note by Sir S. Cripps
- Dr. Ambedkar and Mr. S. Raja to Sir S. Cripps
- Sir R. Lumley (Bombay) to the Marquess of Linlithgow (Extract)
- Cripps Proposal
- Statement of Dr.Ambedkar on the Cripps Proposals
- The Marquess of Linlithgow to Mr.Amery
- War Cabinet Paper W.P. (42) 283 Memorandum by the Lord Privy Seal
- Dr. Ambedkar to the Marquess of Linlithgow
- Precis of discussion in the Viceroy’s Executive Council
- Field Marshal Viscount Wawell to Mr. Amery
- Dr. Ambedkar to Field Marshal Viscount Wavell
- Field Marshal Viscount Wawell to Lord Pethick Lawrence
- Note of meeting between Cabinet delegation, Lord Wawell and Dr. Ambedkar
- Dr. Ambedkar to Lord Wavell
- Members of the Executive Council to Field Marshal Viscount Wawell
- Dr. Ambedkar to Rt. Hon’ble Mr. A. V. Alexander
- Dr. Ambedkar to Lord Pethick-Lawrence
- Lord Pethick-Lawrence to Dr. Ambedkar
- Rao Bahadur Sivaraj to Field Marshal Viscount Wawell
- Mr. Attlee to Dr. Ambedkar
- Dr. Ambedkar to Mr. Attlee
- Lord Pethick Lawrence to Mr. Attlee
- A Critique of the proposal of the Cabinet Mission by Dr. Ambedkar
- Questions and Answers on 472 matters in the Council
Volume 11 (Published Posthumously)
The Buddha and his Dhamma • Book • 1957
Volume 11 (Supplement) Sources and Index by Vasant Moon • 1995
- Pali sources of the text with notes
- Index to the text
- Epithets of Buddha
Volume 12 (Published Posthumously)
- Ancient Indian Commerce
- Commercial Relations of India in the Middle Ages (or) The rise of Islam and the Expansion of Western Europe
- India on the Eve of the Crown Government
- The Untouchables and the Pax Britannica
- Lectures on the English Constitution: Preface, (i) Principles underlying the English Constitution, (ii) What is Parliament, (iii) The Crown, (iv) The House of Lords, (v) The Powers and Priviledge of the Lords and the Commons.
- Paramountcy and the Claim of the Indian States to be Independent
- The Common Law
- The Dominion Status
- The Law of Specific Relief
- The Law of Trust
- The Law of Limitation
- The Law of Criminal Procedure
- The Transfer of Property Act
- The Law of Evidence
- Waiting for a Visa (Autobiographical notes)
- The Constitution of British India
- Notes on Parliamentary Procedure
- Notes on History of India
- Manu and the Shudras
- Preservation of Social Order
- With the Hindus
- The problem of Political Suppression
- Which is worse? Slavery or Untouchability?
Volume 13 Dr. Ambedkar – The principal Architect of The Constitution of India.
(i) Dr. Ambedkar’s entry into the Constituent Assembly
(ii) Presentation of the Draft of the Indian Constitution to the Constituent Assembly
(iii) first reading of the Draft Constitution (November 4 1948
(iv) Discussion on the Articles of the Draft Constitution (15 November
third reading of the Draft Constitution ( 17th November 1949
Dr. Ambedkar and the Hindu Code Bill.
- Hindu Code Bill referred to select committee
- The Draft Hindu code bill by Dr. Ambedkar along with the then existing Hindu code as amended by the select committee
- Discussion on the Hindu Code after return of the Bill from the select committee (11 th February 1994 to 14 th December 1950)
- Hindu Code Bill (Clause by Clause Discussion)
- Statement by Dr. B. R. Ambedkar in parliament in explanation of his resignation from the cabinet.
- Hindu code Bill and its purpose – by Dharemadeo Vidyavachaspati in Hindi.
Dr. Ambedkar as Free India’s First Law minister and Member of Opposition in Indian Parliament, (1947 to 1956) Section I to VIII
20 th November 1947 to 31 st March 1949
- Foreign exchange regulation (Amendment Bill)
- Appointment of Statutory law revision committee
- Indian Nursing Council Bill
- Extra provincial Jurisdiction Bill
- Federal Court (Enlargement of Jurisdiction) Bill
- Provincial Insolvency (Amendment) Bill
- Resolution Re: Extension of Period Mentioned in sections 2 and 3 of India Act 1946 as adapted.
3 rd February 1950 to 20 th April 1950
- Insolvency Law (Amendment) Bill
- Criminal Law (Amendment) Bill
- Escape of Mir Laik Ali from custody
- Parliament (Prevention of Disqualification Bill)
- Motion of Adjournment
- Societies Registration (Amendment Bill)
- Part C States (Laws) Bill
- Representation of the People Bill.
- 1 st August 1950 to 22 nd December 1950
- Dentists (Amendment) Bill.
- Resolution Re: Making of Laws by parliament in state list.
- Administration of evacuee property (Amendment) Bill.
- Qualifications for Elections to Parliament and Legislature of states.
- Coach-Behar (Assimilation of Laws) Bill.
- Indian Traffic (Fourth Amendment) Bill.
- Societies registration (Amendment) Bill.
- Representation of the People (Amendment) Bill.
- Demand No. 13 – Ministry of Law.
9 th February 1951 to 21 st April 1951
- Dentist (Amendment) Bill.
- Code of Civil Procedure (Amendment) Bill.
- Part B States (Laws) Bill.
- Supreme Court Advocates (Practice in High Court) Bill.
- Code of Civil Procedure (Second Amendment) Bill.
- Jallianwala Bagh National Memorial Bill.
- Constitution (First Amendment) Bill.
- 18 th April 1951 to 19 th May 1951
- 7 th August 1951 to 12 th October 1951
- Parliament – Prevention of Disqualification Bill.
- Assam (Alteration of Boundaries) Bill.
- Notaries Bill.
- Resolution regarding necessity for an All India Bar.
- Conduct of a Member of Parliament.
- Select Committee Meetings.
- Motions regarding delimitations of Constituencies of Order.
- Business of the House.
- Dr. Ambedkar’s letter of Resignation.
19 th May 1952 to 6 th December 1956
- Thanks on address by the president
- Budget (General) 1952 -1953 General Discussion.
- Andhra State Bill, 1953.
- Estate Duty Bill, 1953.
- International Situation
- Government order on Bank Disputes
- Report of Commissioner for Scheduled Castes and Tribes for 1953.
- Constitution (Third Amendment) Bill 1954.
- Untouchability Offence Bill, 1954.
- Constitution (Forth Amendment) Bill 1954
- States Reorganisation Bill. 1956
- Obituaries Reference – Demise of Dr. B. R. Ambedkar.
18 th November 1947 to 28 th September 1951
- Answers by Dr. B. R. Ambedkar, Law Minister, to the questions asked by the members of the parliament.
- The Pali Grammar
- The Pali Dictionary (a) Pali into English. (b) Pali into English, Marathi, Hindi and Gujarathi.
- Boudha Pooja Path
(Part One) Dr. B.R. Ambedkar and his Egalitarian Revolution – Struggle for Human Rights. Events starting from March 1927 to 17 th November 1956 in the chronological order are compiled in this volume.
- Mahad Satyagraha not for Water but to Establish Human Rights
- I have no Homeland
- Why I should be Proud of that Religion
- What more Gandhi expected from the Sanatanists?
- To take Legal steps against High Caste Hindus who harassed Untouchables
- Role of Dr. Ambedkar in bringing the untouchables on the political horizon of India and laying a foundation of Indian democracy
- Kalaram temple entry satyagraha, nasik and temple entry movement
- I am a Man of Character
- Instead of a Statue, a Public Library will be the Best Memorial of Sir Metha
- Public Bodies should help Canvasser
- Bhaurao Patil’s Institution deserves Support
- Complaint against me is Absolutely Unfounded
- Forwarding letter
- Pay more attention to Economic, Educational and Social Improvement rather than Temple Entry
- Nothing can Emancipate the Outcastes expect the Destruction of Caste System
- Rights not affected in the event of conversion
- Conversion movement sans selfish motives
- The independent Labour Party : A Source for Betterment of the Depressed classes
- Civil liberties of Indians
- in any other country such a minister would have beeen dismissed
- Socialists now inactive
- Let such institutions grow in to big libraries
- A bill to control and regulate money – lending
- I shall stand for principle and will fight alone for it
- Ministry seems to be intoxicated with power
- Injustice to Tiller of soil
- Dr. Ambedkar challenges Gwyer award
- I am anxious more than Mr. Jinnah
- When Buddha stopped animal Sacrifices, cows were sanctified by them
- Mahar have been martial People
- Representation relating to the grievances of the watandar Mahars, Mangs etc.
- I shall be more deadly against the Britishers than Hindus if……..
- Exclusion of depressed classes for, viceroy’s council as an outrage and Breach of faith
- Conference of all leaders of the Depressed classes all over India
- Dr. Ambedkar and the Jewish people
- I am not least interested in formation of Ministry
- Hinduism is political Ideology as the same character as………..
- We are a Separate element in the National life
- Scheduled Castes settlement be made at par with Bantus
- Hindus always regard Scheduled Castes as ‘Out side the pale’ of Hindu society
- Scheduled Castes’ case to be presented before U.N.O
- I fail to understand Attlee’s Statement
- Secure Adequate Safeguards for the Untouchables
- Indian Census
- Scheduled Castes in Pakistan should come over to India
- Scheduled Caste Refugees neglected
- Government should be impartial
- Be your own light!
- Hinduism is the Latest Development of social thought in India
- Scheduled Caste’s Emancipation- Draft Manifesto
- Resignation not due to illness
- Alliances with other Parties whose objectives not opposed to those of federation
- No man should be the judge in his own case
- Election petition
- Communists in Maharashtra
- Starving people ask for Bread
- Buddhist seminary to be started in Bangalore
- Buddhism disappeared from India due to wavering attitude of the Laity
- I’m prepared to save your life provided …….
- The political party does not exist for winning election, but for educating, agitating and organizing
- A letter to Jawaharlal Nehru regarding the Book ‘Buddha and His Dhamma’
- Bikhus should serve the Buddha by becoming preachers of his Dhamma
- I believe, my people will sacrifice everything to establish Buddhism in India
- Appendix-I : Brute force will not Sustain Untouchablity
- Appendix-II : Man’s Inhumanity to Man
- Appendix-III : Orthodox run mad
- Appendix-IV : Gandhi- Vallabhai Meeting on Eve of Poona-pact
- Appendix- V : Comments on Round table Conference and Poona-Pact
- Appendix-VI : Dr. Ambedkar is now Putting Mr. Gandhi to an Acid Test
- Appendix-VII : Dr. Ambedkar wanted an extension in America
- Appendix-VIII : For the present Dr. Ambedkar must work as a probationer in accounts Department
- Appendix-IX : Take early action to repay your debt
- Appendix-X : Reaction on the Statement dated 19-6-1936 issued by Dr. B. R. Ambedkar on Conversion
(Part Two) Dr. B. R. Ambedkar and his Egalitarian Revolution – Socio-political and religious activities. Events starting from November 1929 to 8 th May 1956 in the chronological order are compiled in this volume. Articles, messages, prefaces etc.
- Religion and Priests be brought under proper control.
- Thoughts on the reforms of legal education in the Bombay Presidency.
- Dr. Ambedkar’s reply to Sir S. Radhakrishnan
- And the Lord said unto-
- Untouchable Workers of Bombay city
- Is Gandhi a Mahatma?
- Appeal for Purse to Marathi Scholar
- Knowledge is power in every field of life
- Congress attempts to bypass untouchables
- I do not share defeatist Mentality
- Our students should learn and lead
- Message to Maratha Mandir
- Not to stop until the Untouchables recover Manhood
- Preface to ‘The essence of Buddhism’ – third edition
- India’s Ancient past gave place to pessimism
- The meaning of the word ‘Receipt’
- Buddha and Future of his religion
- The rise and fall of the Hindu woman. Who was responsible for it?
- Saints’ literature can help to moral rearmament of man
- Out line – a people at Bay
- The Mahars. Who were they and how they became untouchables?
- Republican Party stands for Liberty, Equality, Fraternity and Justice.
- ‘Buddha and His Dhamma’ one of the three
- Training school for entrance to politics
- Dr. Ambedkar on cabinet mission and transfer of power- Editorial Note.
- Proposal for representation of Scheduled Caste in the Executive Council.
- Memorandum submitted to the Cabinet mission
- Dr. Ambedkar’s interview with Cabinet mission
- A Note on the meeting between Dr. Ambedkar and Field Marshal Viscount Wavel.
- Separate Settlement for Untouchables
- Protest letter against the proposal of Cabinet mission
- Letter to A. V. Alexander about the proposal of Cabinet Mission.
- Letter to Lord Pethick – Lawrence regarding Statement issued by cabinet mission
- Clarification by Lord Pethick – Lawrence to Dr. Ambedkar.
- Ambedkar finds Champion in Churchill
- Hindu Scheduled Castes Clashes in Bombay
- Federation Executive resolves on Direct action.
- Reaction to the British Cabinet Plan – Dr. Ambedkar’s Protest to Churchill
- I am fighting for the Rights of Scheduled Castes
- Does the Indian National Congress represent the Untouchables of India?
- I am a great Nationalist than Anybody else
- Letter by Mr. Attlee to Dr. Ambedkar
- Protest letter of Dr. Ambedkar to Mr. Attlee
- We may be conquered but we shall not Capitulate
- Letters by Lord Pethick- Lawrence to Mr. Attlee, Prime Minister.
- The Cabinet Mission and the Untouchables
- Dr. Ambedkar’s Meomrandum
- Demand for ‘Political Independence’
- Churchil –Ambedkar Talks
- Restore the Separate Electorates
- Dr. Ambedkar feels British will do Justice
- Ascertain wishes of Minorities
- “Dawn” on Ambedkar’s Political mission to England
- Provincial Autonomy without responsibility would be unwise.
- Joint Vs. Separate Electorates: Dr. Ambedkar’s Via media
- Assurance will not be loss to Governor; nor it will be gain to congress
- It is purely a party move, No national purpose
- We shall wage relentless war to introduce Adult franchise
- Mobilise against Federation – turning point in history of nation.
- Distributive system of voting
- Great Britain must be supported
- Wisdom and statesmanship will dawn to prevent India from being divided into two parts.
- Very nebulous plan
- We can be a nation only through social amalgamation
- Subhas Chandra Bose meets Dr. B. R. Ambedkar
- Meaning of the Congress Decision
- Dr. Ambedkar’s plan to solve Indian crisis Muslim demand criticized.
- Indians Destiny is bound up with the victory of democracy.
- How to end Indian Political Impasse
- Jinnah’s fears will have to be allayed.
- First proposal on central irrigation and waterways advisory board.
- Both are making serious mistake.
- Sapru in the wrong.
- Control and utilise the Mahanadi to the best advantage.
- We must work in India for creating co-operative spirit among all parties.
- Unless these points were cleared no lead on partition issue.
- Government of India will not recognize any princely state as sovereign independent.
- Berar will revert to Nizam on August 15.
- If Boundary drawn is not natural it will put the safety and security of the people of India in great jeopardy.
- Indian citizens have equal rights before the law.
- One official language for centre and provinces.
- India and the British Commonwealth.
- Constitution and Constitutionalism.
- People in India would know their Fundamental rights.
- What I say is that be Firm and sincere.
- No use about Independent Foreign policy without striking power.
- U.S.A inclined towards Pakistan.
- Retain English at any cost.
- ……one man’s Traffic in public affairs.
- Flood-control : Use of Atomic power
- Strongly object creation of monolithic monstrous states.
- Ambedkar’s Recipe for Maharahtra.
INSTITUTIONS, ORGANISATIONS AND THEIR CONSTITUTIONS
- Bahishkrit Hitkarini Sabha.
- Depressed Classes Institute.
- Independent Labour party.
- Independent Labour party: Wide support.
- I have chosen Bombay as a place for the college for three reasons.
- The People’s Education Society Mumbai.
- Appeal on behalf of the People’s Education Society.
- A Social centre for the Untouchables in Bombay.
- Constitution of All India Scheduled Castes Federation.
- The Buddhist society of India.
- Appendix I : Constitution of the all India Scheduled Castes Student’s federation
- Appendix II: The position of women in Hinduism and Buddhism.
- Appendix III : The Cabinet Mission
- Appendix IV: Interviews of Jagjiwan Ram, Radhanath Das and Prithvi Singh Before Cabinet Mission.
- Appendix V : Poona Satyagraha
- Appendix VI: Gandhi Dis-franchised Untouchables by forcing Poona Pact.
- Appendix VII: Under-privileged in India sold to oppressors.
- Appendix VIII: The Bihar provincial Depressed Classes League.
- Appendix IX: What about the States?
- Appendix X: Ambedkar Urges States to join Indian Union.
- Appendix XI : Activities of the Bahishkrit Hitkarini Shaba at Bombay
- Appendix XII: People’s Education Society’s Institutions.
- Appendix XIII: A letter to H. H. Sayajirao Gaikwad.
(Part Three) Dr. B. R. Ambedkar and his Egalitarian Revolution – Speeches. Events starting from 1 st January to 20 th November 1956 in the chronological order are compiled in this volume.
- Great Fight
- The Value of a Man is Axiomatic, Self-Evident
- We are a Warrior Clan
- Send Right Type of men to Legislature
- people Cemented by feeling of One Country, One Constitution, and One Destiny, take the risk of Being independent
- Secure Constitutional Safeguards and Guarantees
- Agitate much more, Organise Better than at Present
- ……otherwise Advanced Hindu castes would remain in power and rule the minorities.
- Power an prestige will come to you through struggle
- Future Generations of Hindus will appreciate my service
- Keep before your eyes the struggle of Gautama Buddha and Ramanuja
- Untouchables must have political power
- I would not Budge an inch from my righteous cause
- Political reform must precede social reform
- Care more for material good than for spiritual food
- Act and utilize the power coming into your Hands
- Abandon the thought of Slavery
- Do not believe in fate, believe in your strength
- they alone rise who strive
- Do not depend upon god or superman
- I will wrest as much power for the country as possible
- Find men who will promote your interests
- Unfortunately I was born a Hindu untouchable but I will not die a Hindu.
- My ability and eminence were the fruit of my patient labour and intellect
- Go anywhere, we have to fight for our welfare
- Decided to renounce Hinduism
- I cannot sacrifice my conscience for success
- Conversion is necessary for your Emancipation and Advancement
- What way emancipation?
- …….there will be no distinction between the Mahars and the Mangs.
- You must give up your disgraceful profession.
- Do not become a victim to any conspiracy.
- We cannot allow our grievances to continue
- There are no depressed class ministers
- Do not worship God in Hindu religion.
- Communist exploited the labourers.
- Be on the guard against exploiters
- Self-respect and self-help movement has nothing to lose but everything to gain
- Christians lagged behind politically
- Work for uplift of untouchables
- Democracy must give Respectful hearing to all who are worth listening to
- Peasants and worker should think over the causes of their poverty.
- Guard the interests of the depressed classes.
- Trade union must enter politics to protect their interests
- Educated man without character and Humanity is more dangerous than a beast
- Untouchables have to strive themselves
- Lead decent life
- Government did not care depressed classes
- Need for united political organization to fight common opponent foreign imperialism
- Send grievances to me
- Be men of sterling character
- What is the goal of India’s political evolution?
- Gandhi prepared to accept federation in whatever form
- Save your children from harrowing life
- I worked for benefit of whole community not for a particular section
- Taxes must be utilized for farmers
- Mahar Watan is heartless exploitation
- Government has done nothing for depressed classes
- Hindus responsible for sin of untouchability
- Regain past position in Army
- Safeguards under Government of India Act and Poona Act are inadequate
- Hindu society must organize on modern lines breaking down its Age-long framework
- Gandhi’s efforts are inadequate
- Without strenuous efforts our social position might get even worse
- You have not realised what tremendous power you have
- Watandari, a curse to Mahars
- Remarkable change under gone….
- Educated persons should join Military
- I shall lay down my life in Defence of our land
- Your salvation must lie in your own hands
- The doors of my house would always remain open to friends
- Struggle of lowest Strata of society is bound to help all sections of working class
- If the Bottom-most Stone is shifted those above are to be shaken
- If Democracy dies it will be our Doom
- Educate, Agitate, Organize, Have faith and lose no hope
- Progress for the community is measured by progress of women
- I make distinction between Ahimsa and Meekness
- I will stand by you
- I yield to none in my desire for the freedom of this country
- I want the reins of Government in your hands
- Present disorders Harming only Indians
- Non-Brahmin party should rebuild itself
- Join Army, Navy and Air Forces
- Gandhi and Jinnah should retire
- Poverty will not be tolerated in post-war period
- Swaraj could be in hands of Labour
- Qualify for enjoying the rights
- Scheduled caste must Discard Hinduism
- “Now or Never” is the question before scheduled castes
- Depressed classes are not a part of Hindu community
- I am no opponent of Nationalism But…….
- Unity is of Supreme Importance
- I was far ahead of…… Patriots of India
- Indian History is nothing but struggle between Buddhism and Brahmanism
- Gandhi was contented with provincial Autonomy
- We are the makers of the Destiny of this country
- Students should see that Degree carries positive knowledge
- Lay the foundation for a Regime of prosperity for the poverty-stricken millions of the country
- News paper in a modern Democratic system is Fundamental basis of good Government
- Scheduled castes must organize
- There should be statutory Commission for Aboriginal Tribes
- No Dispute over India’s goal of freedom
- Make deliberate attempt to make man politically conscious
- Action by Government in August 1942 was justifiable
- Gandhiji declined
- Scheduled Castes demands be referred to an impartial International Tribunal
- Depressed Classes neglected
- The Scheduled Castes had been left where they were
- I have Loyalty to our people also to this country
- The minority must always be won over, it must never be dictated to
- Art of public speaking could be developed
- Because of Divine law of Manu or Yajnavalkya, Hindu society was never able to repair itself
- Organise under one leader, one party, one programme
- Progress of a community always depends upon Education
- The Hindu code was a right step towards a civil code
- We should ensure that India is not enslaved again
- Maharashtrians are more sincere, more duty conscious to the nation
- Religion no longer be inherited but be examined Rationally by everybody
- Non-Believers should be converted to the Eight-Fold Path
- Buddhism paved way for Democracy and Socialistic pattern of society
- I shall devote rest of my life to the revival and spread of Buddhism
- The Bill was aimed at the Social advancement of Women
- The Scheduled Castes should give up political Aloofness
- I am like a rock which does not melt but turns the course of rivers
- Failure of parliamentary Democracy will result in Rebellion, Anarchy and Communism
- If our true representatives are not elected, independence will be a farce
- Poor people must unite separately to achieve their purpose
- …….Let us save our Kith and Kin
- Why I did not resign earlier?
- Federation will not give up its Separate political Entity
- The Hindu Code bill would improve condition of women
- It is bad for people to remain idle and indifferent
- Purity of Administration is necessary for Welfare of the people
- Alliance to Appose
- I always have the interest of the country at heart
- All my attention is concentrated on Building of Hall for federation
- Recognise University Education to meet the Requirements of the Modern World
- Conditions precedent for the successful working of Democracy
- Knowledge is the Foundation of Man’s life
- Women leaders are not interested in the Social Progress of Women
- ……. I shall take Stern measures
- Osmania University Honoured Dr. B. R. Ambedkar
- If Buddhist Gospel is not adopted History of conflict in Europe, will repeat in Asia
- …….the so called Upper classes will be wiped out of Existence
- Unless Casteless and Classless Society is created, there will be no Progress in India
- Don’t get misled by Criticism
- Politics is not the Be-All and End-All of the Nation’s Life
- We will carry on All India Land Satyagraha even against Central Government
- It is the criminal to collect Money in the name of Religion and waste it
- My Philosophy of life
- I am a devotee of Gautam Buddha, Kabir, Mahatma Phule and Worshipper of Learning, Self-Respect and Character
- Buddhist movement in India : A Blue Print
- Pandurang was none other than Buddha
- There is difference between the Ahimsa Preached by Buddhism and Jainism
- Why I like Buddhism
- The Tide of Buddhism would never Recede in India
- Prospect of Democracy in India
- The Buddha Dhamma will be the saviour of the world
- Appendix I : Gandhiji’s article on Dr. B. R. Ambedkar’s proclamation of conversion
- Appendix II : Constitution of the Samata Sainik Dal
- Appendix II : An Out spoken Utterancee
(in 3 parts) Dr. B. R. Ambedkar’s Speeches and writing in Marathi.
Dr. B. R. Ambedkar’s Speeches and writing in Marathi.
Dr. B. R. Ambedkar’s Photo Album and correspondence.
A list of writings and speeches of B. R. Ambedkar is essential for students, teachers, researchers and lay person to have a holistic understanding of his mission, philosophy and personality. Such a comprehensive compilation is possible only now (2008). Since his sudden and unfortunate (for the Indians) demise, his works, including his speeches, had faced a tough tour of survival through the years. Compilation of his works started only in 1979 by Mr. Vasant Moon and it took 29 years to accomplish the task. While the recent volumes have reached the readers as late as 2005, the earlier volumes are out of print. The methods of distribution, circulation and propagation of these volumes need to be improved to help researchers and social scientists understand B. R. Ambedkar.
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