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1 Gail Omvedt
Dalit Visions: The Anti-Caste Movement and the Construction of an Indian Identity (Revised Edition)
Orient Longman; New Delhi, India; 2005; 8125028951 / 9788125028956; First Edition; Paperback; New; 
Printed Pages: 119. 029104

Price: 7.25 USD
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2 Gail Omvedt
Dalits and the Democratic Revolution: Dr Ambedkar and the Dalit Movement in Colonial India
Sage Publications; New Delhi, India; 1994; 0803991401 / 9780803991408; First Edition; Paperback; New; 
Printed Pages: 352. 028089

Price: 10.95 USD
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3 S. Thorat, Gail Omvedt, and Martin Macwan
Social Justice Philanthropy: Approaches and Strategies of Funding Organizations
Rawat Publications; New Delhi, India; 2009; 8131602044 / 9788131602041; First Edition; Hardcover; New; New; 
Printed Pages: 320. 031821

Price: 17.50 USD
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4 Gail Omvedt
Understanding Caste: From Buddha to Ambedkar and Beyond (Second Edition)
Orient BlackSwan; New Delhi, India; 2012; 8125045732 / 9788125045731; Second Edition; Softcover; New; 
Understanding Caste approaches the historical issue of caste and anti-caste movements from a position of insightful inquiry and rigorous scholarship. Critiquing the sensibility which equates Indian tradition with Hinduism, and Hinduism with Brahmanism—which considers the Vedas as the foundational texts of Indian culture and discovers within the Aryan heritage the essence of Indian civilisation—it shows how even secular minds remain imprisoned within the Brahmanical vision. And so it looks at the alternative traditions nurtured within dalit movements, which have questioned this way of looking at Indian society and history. Written in a lucid and readable style, the author elucidates how dalit politics and the dalit vision require going beyond even the term ‘dalit’ and how it has contributed to being symbolic of the most oppressed and exploited sections within the graded hierarchies of caste. Alongside the ascendance of Hinduism, the book traces the invasive trends of resistance and revolt in the tenets of Buddhism and radical bhakti, in the anti-patriarchal stands of early feminists, in the pervasive radicalism of the dalit activists—from Phule and Periyar, Ramabai and Tarabai, to Kabir, Tukaram and Ambedkar, even for that matter Buddha himself.Printed Pages: 140. 101803

Price: 5.08 USD
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