Uproot Hindutva: The Fiery Voice of the Liberation Panthers

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Popular Prakashan, 2004 - Dalits - 248 pages
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Thirumaavalavan analyses the various roles of Hindutva (ideology of the Hindu right] in sustaining the hegemony of the caste system. He speaks provocatively of the need to counter Hindutva with a Tamil identity that can reach beyond its region to other oppressed peoples. He speaks of Eelam -- the cause of the Tamil Tigers of Sri Lanka -- of the refusal to be Hindu and of the right to conversion, of women's rights, of the heritage of the dalits, of the need to follow the guidelines of the dalit reformer, Dr B R Ambedkar, among other issues. Always unflinchingly honest and hard-hitting, the collection reveals new currents in Dalit politics.
 

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Contents

BJP Does Not Rule India But RSS Does
21
Does It Take Guts to Cut
34
If We Must Not Enter the Temple
87
We Will Worship Tamil
117
Only CasteAnnihilating Tamil Nationalism
142
How Many Periyarists Homes Have
162
Did It Unite the Tamilians?
177
Caution Is Required in the Cultural Field
187
Does the Police Treat
205
He Who Cannot Search History
218
Encountering Casteism
231
Index
241
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