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Bhim Ekta (Geet) (Bhim Unison (Songs)

Booklet: Bhim Ekta (Geet) (Bhim Unison (Songs)
Author: Narpati Kumar Ambera
Publication: Samaj Sudharak Prakashan, Basti
Edition: Second Editon: 2000; First Edition: 1994
Price: Rs. 5/-
Pages: 24

The booklet utilizes different mediums, such as gazal, qavalli, gari, folk songs, vandana geet, kaharva, purvi, bhajan, chaprahiya, dadra, videshiya, sohar, kajari, and tarj. It consists of 24 songs. These songs are dedicated to the principles of Baba Saheb Ambedkar, who is a fetish in the Dalit communities. He bestowed upon them the provision of separate electorate. He propagated education, organization, and agitation, along with conversion to Buddhism. Unfortunately, when the majority of Dalits are illiterate, then the question of organization and agitation does not arise. Even educated Dalits shirk the responsibility for their fellow beings. The endeavour is to unite Dalits using sarcastic as well as ………. Remarks. The writer pleads with Dalit communities to tread the path shown by these songs in order to fulfill dreams of Baba Saheb Ambedkar.


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