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Diversity: Hindu Samrajyavaad ke Vanchitton kee Mukti ka Ghosdapatra

Booklet : Diversity: Hindu Samrajyavaad ke Vanchitton kee Mukti ka
(Diversity: A Manifesto of Liberation from Hindu Dependents)
Authors : H.S. Dushadh
Publisher : Ambedkar Buddha Mission, Begusarai, Bihar
First Edition : 2005
Price : Rs. 40/- only
Pages : 104

This booklet attempts a dialogue with the Marxists who have failed to understand the Indian reality. However globalization is opening new paths for social transformation but the population is growing the problems with Marxists in India has been that they have refused to understand Hindu cultural imperialism which has developed a hegemonies ideology of discrimination. Even Muslims after their settlement in India indulged in sensual pleasures like Brahmins and thus a confluence of condiments emerged. Both negated professional mobility. Marxists understood Marx but not Jyotiba Phule, a contemporary of his Ambedkar an ardent admirer of those, penetrated duper into the Indian social reality who initiated social change; but later Ambedkarites could not push it toward social transformation. At present, even institutions of mass media, music etc. has come to be owned by Brahmins. The Dalit Manifesto developed of Bhopal on 19-20 April – the dalit agenda for diversity creating opportunities in order to dilute the hegemonic hold of Brahmanical consciousness. The fact is the leftist are obstructing movements aimed at social transformation as they generally continue to action under Brahmins. Only dalit in India can unfurl the flag of proletarian revolution.


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