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Violence for Social Change
Peasant Movements in 20th Century with Special
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activities agricultural labourers alienation Aliha Ambedkar analysis areas Arya Samaj attenders Backward classes Berreman Brahmin caste groups caste Hindus caste system Census cent Chamars Chandigarh Chhattisgarh Christianity concept context conversion cultural Dehradun Delhi Dighwat district Dumnas economic and political educated upto female Harijans Haryana higher castes Hindu Ibid Indian society individual interaction Jatavs Jatavs of Dehradun leadership leather artisans low castes male Marx ment missionaries modern Nadars non-attenders non-Scheduled Caste employees NSCWA oppressed organised opposition organization Orissa Panchayat participation peasant movement peasantry persons political power power and privileges production protest Punjab Rajni Kothari region relations relationship religion religious religious conversion reservation policy respondents ritual status role rural Sanskritization Scheduled Caste employees Sharma social change social mobility socio-economic Sociology Srinivas Table theory tion untouchables upper caste landlords urban Uttar Pradesh villages violence wage West Bengal workers Zamindars