The Annihilation of Caste


On 15th May, 1936 Babasaheb Ambedkar published Annihilation Of Caste book. Dr. Ambedkar  was scheduled to deliver this speech to a conference in Lahore, but could not. The conference organizers cancelled his invitation as they felt the contents of the speech were too radical for the time. Dr. Ambedkar later released the speech in written format, and it became one of his most famous work – title, ‘The Annihilation of Caste’. In this work, Dr. Ambedkar discussed the problems in ending the caste system in India, and how those problems could be countered.

The Annihilation of Caste

The Annihilation of Caste – Front Page

If you’d like to read the text, Columbia University in the City of New York has designed a special e-text format of the speech for easy readability and cross-referencing at http://ccnmtl.columbia.edu/projects/mmt/ambedkar/web/index.html

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Filed under Caste Discrimination, Dalit-Bahujans, Dr B R Ambedkar, Equal Rights, India, Women RIghts

3 responses to “The Annihilation of Caste

  1. Pingback: 5th February (1988) in Dalit History – Remembering Dalits’ fight to get publish Babasaheb Ambedkar’s Books | Dr. B. R. Ambedkar's Caravan

  2. Haresh Dafda

    I do appreciate your efforts to spread the knowledge ,writing,and thinking of baba saheb every day by mail.bcz what happens today the young generation just claiming the name of baba saheb but they are not knowing deeply baba saheb,and they are following others,, i like to request you that this is the era of information technology and youngsters are widely using it so just connect all youngsters as soon as possible in our domain…jay bhim

    Thanks&regards Haresh dafda 9510727335

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