Ambedkar On Indian History

by Narayan Das
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Publisher: Centrum Press

Publication Date: June 30, 2017

ISBN: 9789388034579

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Greatness of a great person can be measured by the relation between what one professes and what is the truth, what one professes and how much of it one applies to oneself, and what effect one’s words and deeds have on the society at large. In order to enhance human wisdom it is imperative that we keep on assessing the greatness of the great men of the past- not with intent to idolize, glamorize or demean them, but to unravel the hidden truths, if any, and to gauge the long term effects of that person’s deeds on society. Much of the ancient history of India is no history at all. Not that ancient India has any history. It has plenty of it. But it has lost its character. It has been made mythology to amuse women and children. This seems to have been done deliberately by the Brahminical writers. Take the word Deva. What does it mean? Is the word Jana Vishesh representing a member of the human family? It is made to appear superhuman agency. This book is a must read to understand Ambedkar’s views on Indian History.