How Marx Failed In Hindu India

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Description:- , About The Author:- V. T .Rajshekar ,in full Vontibettu Thimmappa Rajshekar, also known as V.T.Rajshekar Shetty, (born 1932) is thefounderand editor of the Dalit Voice, which has been described in a release by Human Rights Watch as "India's most widely circulated Dalit journal". He is himself not a Dalit, he is the son of late P.S.Thimmappa Shetty, who retired as the Collector of South Kanara District. He is from well-known Vontibettu Beedu family belonging to the higher caste Bunt community. A Graduate of Madras university and author of over 20 books, translated into many languages, worked for 20 years for leading English language dailies, considered one of India's rare original thinkers, he has attempted to combine the essentials of Marxism and the Philosophy of the late Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, a prominent advocate of the human rights of India's Black untouchable. Rajshekar was married to Hema Rajshekar until her death. His son Salil Shetty works for Amnesty International in London. In 2005 Rajshekar received the London Institute of South Asia (LISA) Book of the Year Award. About The Book:- A Gigantic Country Like India With A Mammoth Population, Fast Going Downhill, Should Be A Matter Of International Concern. For The First Time After Independence, The Country Has Reached A Zero Growth Rate. There Have Been Such An All-Round Deterioration-Ecomomic, Social, Cultural, Political, Educational And Even Moral-That This Country With A So-Called "Glorious Cultural Heritage" Is Now Being Called The 'sick Man Of Asia'. While The Plight Of The Untouchables And Tribals, Forming One-Third Of The Country's Population, And The "Other Backward Classes" Has Dipped To Rock Bottom, The Other 10% Of The Elitist Population Is Enjoying Unprecedented Prosperity Monopolising The Whole Gamut Of Day-To-Dayactivity. And Yet The Whole Mass Of Humanity In This Subcontinent Has Shown No Sign Of Unrest-Let Alone A Desire To Better Its Lot. The Country Looks A Picture Of Contentment And Perfect Peace. This Is The Wonder Of All Wonders At A Time When Country After Country Is Getting Liberated Indramatic Sequence., About The Author:- V. T .Rajshekar ,In Full Vontibettu Thimmappa Rajshekar, Also Known As V.T.Rajshekar Shetty, (Born 1932) Is Thefounderand Editor Of The Dalit Voice, Which Has Been Described In A Release By Human Rights Watch As "India's Most Widely Circulated Dalit Journal". He Is Himself Not A Dalit, He Is The Son Of Late P.S.Thimmappa Shetty, Who Retired As The Collector Of South Kanara District. He Is From Well-Known Vontibettu Beedu Family Belonging To The Higher Caste Bunt Community. A Graduate Of Madras University And Author Of Over 20 Books, Translated Into Many Languages, Worked For 20 Years For Leading English Language Dailies, Considered One Of India's Rare Original Thinkers, He Has Attempted To Combine The Essentials Of Marxism And The Philosophy Of The Late Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, A Prominent Advocate Of The Human Rights Of India's Black Untouchable. Rajshekar Was Married To Hema Rajshekar Until Her Death. His Son Salil Shetty Works For Amnesty International In London. In 2005 Rajshekar Received The London Institute Of South Asia (Lisa) Book Of The Year Award.,
Edition 1st
Subject Dalit
ISBN 9.78812E+12
Author V.T. Rajshekar
Publisher Gyan Publishing House
Imprint date 2015
Volume single
Language English
Page count 60
Book Format Paperback

Categories: Gyan Books

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