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Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Writings and Speeches Vol.3( Gujarati)  

Bimambedkar Satkam

Contains : 

  1. Philosophy of Hinduism
  2. The Hindu Social Order- Its Essential Principles
  3. The Hindu Social Order- Its Unique Features
  4. Symbols of Hinduism
  5.  Ancient India on Exhumation
  6. The Ancient Regime
  7. A Sunken Priesthood
  8. Reformers and Their Fate
  9. The Decline and fall of Buddhism
  10. The Literature of Brahminism
  11. The Triumph of Brahminism
  12. The Morals of the House
  13. Krishna and His Gita
  14. Analytical Notes of Virat Parva and Udyog Parva
  15. Brahmins versus Kshatriyas
  16. Shudras and the Counter-Revolution
  17. The Woman and the Counter-Revolution
  18. Buddha or Karl Marx
  19. Schemes of Books

Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Writings and Speeches Vol. 4 

Contains : 

  1. The Difficulty of Knowing why one is a Hindu
  2. The Orgin of the Vedas – The Brahminic Explanation or an exercise in the art of circumlocution
  3. The Testimony of other Shastras on the orgin of the Vedas
  4. Why suddenly the Brahmins declare the Vedas to be infallible and not to be questioned?
  5. Why did the Brahmins go further and declare that the Vedas are neither made by man nor by God?
  6. The Contents of the Vedas: Have they any moral or spiritual value?
  7. The turn of the tide Or How did the Brahmins declare the Vedas to be lower than the lowest of their Shastras?
  8. How the Upanishads declared war on the Vedas?
  9. How the Upanishads came to be made subordinate to the Vedas?
  10. Why did the Brahmins make the Hindu Gods fight against one another?
  11. Why did the Brahmins make the Hindu Gods suffer to rise and fall?
  12. Why the Brahmins did dethrone the Gods and enthrones the Goddesses?
  13. The Riddle of the Ahimsa
  14. From Ahimsa to Himsa
  15. How did the Brahmins Wed an Ahimsak God to a Bloodthirsty Goddess?
  16. The Riddle of the Vedas
  17. The Riddle of the Vedanta
  18. The Riddle of the Triomurti
  19. Smarth Dharma and Tantrik Dharma
  20. The Infallibility of the Vedas
  21. The Four Varnas- Are the Brahmins sure of their origin?
  22. The Four Ashramas- the Why and How about them.
  23. Manu’s madness or the Brahmanic explanation of the origin of the mixed castes.
  24. The Change from Paternity to Maternity. What did the Brahmins wish to gain by it?
  25. Kali Varjya or the Brahminic art of suspending the operation of Sin without calling it Sin.
  26. The Riddle of the Varnashram Dharma.
  27. Compulsory Matrimony
  28. The Theory of Manvantra
  29. Brahma is not Dharma. What good is Brahma?
  30. Kali yuga- Why have the Brahmins made it unending?
  31. The Riddle of the Kali Yuga.
  32. The Riddle of Rama and Krishna.

Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Writings and Speeches Vol. 5 

  1. Untouchability – Its Source
  2. Untouchability- Their Numbers
  3. Slaves and Untouchables
  4. Outside the Fold
  5. Unfit for human Association
  6. Untouchability and Lawlessness
  7. Why Lawlessness is Lawfull?
  8.  (Roots of the Problem) Parallel Cases
  9. Hindus and want of Public Conscience
  10. Hindus and their want of Social Conscience
  11. The Hindu and his belief in Caste
  12.  (What the Untouchables have to face) Antagonism of the Administration
  13. Problem of Discrimination
  14. Problem of Isolation
  15. Civilization of Felony
  16. The House the Hindus have built
  17. The Rock on which it is built
  18. Touchables versus Untouchables
  19. The Curse of Caste
  20. From millions to fractions
  21. The Revolt of the Untouchables
  22. Held at bay
  23. Their wishes are Laws unto us
  24. Under the Providence of Mr. Gandhi
  25. Gandhi and his fast
  26. A warning to the Untouchables
  27. Away from the Hindus (Conversion)
  28. Caste and Conversion
  29. Christianizing the Untouchables
  30. The condition of the convert

Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Writings and Speeches Vol. 6 

  1. Administration and Finance of the East India Company • Dissertation • 1915
  2. The Evolution of Provincial Finance in British India: A study in the Provincial Decentralization of Imperial Finance • Study/Research • 1925.
  3. The Problem of Rupee: Its Origin and its Solution • Book • 1923
  4. Statement of Evidence to the Royal Commission on Indian Currency •  1925
  5. The Present Problem in Indian Currency – I • Article • 1925
  6. The Present Problem in Indian Currency – II • Article • 1925
  7. Currency and Exchange • Review • 1925
  8. Report of the Taxation Enquiry Committee,1926 • Review • 1926
  9. Foreword to Commodity Exchange by P. G. Salve •1946
  10. Foreword to Social Insurance and India by M. R. Idgunji  •1946

Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Writings and Speeches Vol. 9 

  1. What Congress and Gandhi have done to the Untouchables • Book • 1945
  2. Mr. Gandhi and the Emancipation of the Untouchables • Book • 1943

Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Writings and Speeches Vol. 11 

  1. Preface
  2. Pali sources of the text with notes
  3. Index to the text
  4. Bibliography
  5. Epithets of Buddha

Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Writings and Speeches Vol. 14 

Dr. Ambedkar and the Hindu Code Bill.

  1. Hindu Code Bill referred to select committee
  2. The Draft Hindu code bill by Dr. Ambedkar along with the then existing Hindu code as amended by the select committee
  3. Discussion on the Hindu Code after return of the Bill from the select committee (11th February 1994 to 14th December 1950)
  4. Hindu Code Bill (Clause by Clause Discussion)
  5. Statement by Dr. B. R. Ambedkar in parliament in explanation of his resignation from the cabinet.
  6. Hindu code Bill and its purpose – by Dharemadeo Vidyavachaspati in Hindi.

Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Writings and Speeches Vol. 15 

Dr. Ambedkar as Free India’s First Law minister and Member of Opposition in Indian Parliament, (1947 to 1956)   Section I to VIII
20th November 1947 to 31st March 1949

  1. Foreign exchange regulation (Amendment Bill)
  2. Appointment of Statutory law revision committee
  3. Indian Nursing Council Bill
  4. Extra provincial Jurisdiction Bill
  5. Federal Court (Enlargement of Jurisdiction) Bill
  6. Provincial Insolvency (Amendment) Bill
  7. Resolution Re: Extension of Period Mentioned in sections 2 and 3 of India Act 1946 as adapted.

3rd February 1950 to 20th April 1950

  1. Insolvency Law (Amendment) Bill
  2. Criminal Law (Amendment) Bill
  3. Escape of Mir Laik Ali from custody
  4. Parliament (Prevention of Disqualification Bill)
  5. Motion of Adjournment
  6. Societies Registration (Amendment Bill)
  7. Army Bill
  8. Part C States (Laws) Bill
  9. Representation of the People Bill.
  10. 1st August 1950 to 22nd December 1950
  11. Dentists (Amendment) Bill.
  12. Resolution Re: Making of Laws by parliament in state list.
  13. Administration of evacuee property (Amendment) Bill.
  14. Qualifications for Elections to Parliament and Legislature of states.
  15. Coach-Behar (Assimilation of Laws) Bill.
  16. Indian Traffic (Fourth Amendment) Bill.
  17. Societies registration (Amendment) Bill.
  18. Representation of the People (Amendment) Bill.
  19. Demand No. 13 – Ministry of Law.

9th February 1951 to 21st April 1951 

  1. Dentist (Amendment) Bill.
  2. Code of Civil Procedure (Amendment) Bill.
  3. Part B States (Laws) Bill.
  4. Supreme Court Advocates (Practice in High Court) Bill.
  5. Code of Civil Procedure (Amendment) Bill.
  6. Code of Civil Procedure (Second Amendment) Bill.
  7. Jallianwala Bagh National Memorial Bill.
  8. Constitution (First Amendment) Bill.
  9. 18th April 1951 to 19th May 1951
  10. Representation of the People (Amendment) Bill.
  11. 7th August 1951 to 12th October 1951
  12. Parliament – Prevention of Disqualification Bill.
  13. Assam (Alteration of Boundaries) Bill.
  14. Notaries Bill.
  15. Resolution regarding necessity for an All India Bar.
  16. Conduct of a Member of Parliament.
  17. Select Committee Meetings.
  18. Motions regarding delimitations of Constituencies of Order.
  19. Business of the House.
  20. Dr. Ambedkar’s letter of Resignation.

19th May 1952 to 6th December 1956

  1. Thanks on address by the president
  2. Budget (General) 1952 -1953 General Discussion.
  3. Andhra State Bill, 1953.
  4. Estate Duty Bill, 1953.
  5. International Situation
  6. Government order on Bank Disputes
  7. Report of Commissioner for Scheduled Castes and Tribes for 1953.
  8. Constitution (Third Amendment) Bill 1954.
  9. Untouchability Offence Bill, 1954.
  10. Constitution (Forth Amendment) Bill 1954
  11. States Reorganisation Bill. 1956
  12. Obituaries Reference – Demise of Dr. B. R. Ambedkar.

18th November 1947 to 28th September 1951

  1. Answers by Dr. B. R. Ambedkar, Law Minister, to the questions asked by the members of the parliament.

Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Writings and Speeches Vol. 16 

Pali Language 

  1. The Pali Grammar
  2. The Pali Dictionary (a) Pali into English. (b) Pali into English, Marathi, Hindi and Gujarathi.
  3. Boudha Pooja Path

Soure : Dr Ambedkar Foundation, Government of India. 

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