Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar & His Writings (Published in year)

  • Castes in India, May 1916
  • The National Dividend of India, 1916
  • Small Holdings in India and Their Remedies, 1917
  • Weekly ‘Mook Nayak’, Started 31st January 1920
  • Provincial Decentralisation of Imperial Finance in British India, June 1921
  • The Problem of a Rupee – Its Origin & Its Solution, March 1923
  • The Evolution of Provincial Finance in British India, 1925
  • Weekly ‘Bahishkrit Bharat’, Started 13th April 1927
  • Weekly ‘Janata’, Started December 1930
  • Annihilation of Caste, December 1935
  • Federation Vs Freedom, January 1939
  • Thoughts on Pakistan, December 1940
  • Mr. Gandhi & the Emancipation of the Untouchables, December 1942
  • Ranade, Gandhi & Jinnah, January 1943
  • What Congress & Gandhi have done to the Untouchables, June 1945
  • Who Were the Shudras?, October 1946
  • States & Minorities, March 1947
  • The Untouchable, October 1948
  • Maharashtra as Linguistic Province, October 1948
  • Thoughts on Linguistic States, December 1955
  • Buddha & His Dhamma, Published 1957

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4 responses to “Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar & His Writings (Published in year)

  1. Dongare Sanjay

    thanks to you.

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  3. Suresh

    We are pleased to inform the users of this website that we have published about 150 books on Dr. B.R.Ambedkar, Dalit movement and Budhism in India. We are now in the process of publishing Thoughts of Pakistan by Babasaheb which has gone out of print and is not avaliable. Thos who want to have copy may write to us at our e-mail:blumoonbooks2@yahoo.co.in


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