All About Ambedkar: A Journal on Theory and Praxis, Volume 1, Number 3, October-December 2020
Jacques Derrida famously claimed, quoting Montaigne, “We need to interpret interpretations more than to interpret things.” While exploring the interpretations of Ambedkar’s works, somewhat on a Derridean line, my preliminary finding was that Ambedkar has remarkably been neglected in the broader hermeneutic context of our time. But that is only a half-truth, perhaps! As I embarked on a journey of compiling a comprehensive Ambedkar bibliography, I was struck by the sheer amount of research already done on Ambedkar. There are hundreds of books and articles and scores of dissertations, theses and conference proceedings already in existence! Not all these works engage in an objective assessment of Ambedkar, if there is such a thing called “objective assessment” – some of them, in my view, quite obviously misappropriate him. But, as we know, every interpretation is political and the task is to question whose interests it serves.
Any aspiring researcher of our time, myself included, must acquaint oneself with this already existing body of “secondary” literature, although I dislike the term “secondary.” I was truly astonished to discover a scholar like D. C. Ahir, who allegedly had written around 72 books related to Ambedkar and caste politics. And when it comes to popular topics like Gandhi/Ambedkar debate – scores of book chapters and articles have already been written about such issues. My point is, while many aspects of Ambedkar’s works are still waiting to be discovered and critiqued, there is a fair amount of research already accomplished. I firmly believe that if Ambedkar gets the academic attention he deserves, the annual publications on him would exponentially increase.
(In pic.: Ambedkar during the inauguration of the new section of the Pune District Law Library on 22 December 1952. Image courtesy: Wikimedia Commons)
The present bibliography on Dr. Ambedkar has at least two limitations. First, I have enlisted only the English language works. Second, I have tried to make the bibliography as thorough as possible, but on some occasions I have used my discretion in choosing the titles while on other occasions, I could not trace all the details of some of the titles, and hence, could not enlist them.
For the compilation of the bibliography, I have exhaustively used the free online catalogues of the British Library of the UK, the National Library of Australia, the National Digital Library of India, and the National Library of India. I have also explored Google Books and various websites for e-commerce to keep the bibliography as up-to-date as possible. However, I do not claim to have prepared a “complete” bibliography.
I wish the bibliography contributes in some way or the other in taking Ambedkar studies forward.
English Language Books on Ambedkar: An Alphabetical Bibliography
Abraham, P. Ambedkar’s Contribution for Economic Planning and Development: Its Relevance. Kanishka, 2002.
Agarwal, Sudarshan, ed. Dr B R Ambedkar, the Man and His Message: A Commemorative Volume. Prentice-Hall of India, 1991.
Ahir, Diwan Chand. Ambedkar the Great. Blumoon Books, 2000.
__________.Dr Ambedkar and Indian Constitution. Buddha Vihara, 1973.
__________. Dr Ambedkar and Punjab. B. R. Publishing Corporation, 1992.
__________. Dr Ambedkar at the Round Table Conferences, London, 1930-1932. Blumoon Books, 1992.
__________. Dr Ambedkar on Jews and Negroes. Blumoon Books, 1998.
__________. Dr. Ambedkar on the British Raj. Blumoon Books, 1997.
__________. Dr Ambedkar’s Vision of Dhamma: An Assessment. B. R. Publication, 1998.
__________. Gandhi and Ambedkar: A Comparative Study. Blumoon Books, 1995.
__________. The Legacy of Dr Ambedkar. B R Publishing Corporation, 1990.
__________ and A. K. Narain eds. Dr Ambedkar, Buddhism and Social Change. Buddhist World Press, 1994.
Ajnat, Surendra. Ambedkar on Islam. Buddhist Publication, 1986.
Ambedkar Age Collective. Guja-ratri: Reflections on Moditva. The Shared Mirror Publishing House, 2020.
__________. Hatred in the Belly: Politics behind the Appropriation of Dr Ambedkar’s Writings. The Shared Mirror Publishing House, 2016.
__________. What Babasaheb Ambedkar Means to Me. The Shared Mirror Publishing House, 2017.
Ambedkar, Mahesh. The Architect of Modern India: Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar. Diamond Books, 2005.
Anand, S., Srividya Natarajan, Durgabai Vyam, and Subhash Vyam. Bhimayana: Incidents in the Life of Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar. Navayana, 2011.
Anshuman, Praveen Kumar and Ravi Prakash Chaubey, eds. The Famished Gods: Speaking Selves in Akkarmasi. Pharos Books, 2020.
Arya, Sri Ram. Ambedkar and the Making of Indian Constitution. Mohit Books International, 2012.
Ashok, D. S. Dr. B. R. Ambedkar’s Thoughts and Role in the Nation Building. Prabhat Printing Press, 1997.
Bagchi, Reeta. Mahatma Gandhi and Dr B R Ambedkar on Islam and Indian Muslims. B R Pub. Corp, 1998.
Bahinipati, Priyadarshi, ed. B R Ambedkar: An Enlightened Iconoclast. New Academic Publishers, 2015.
Baisantry, D. K. Ambedkar: The Total Revolutionary. Segment, 1991.
__________. Dr Ambedkar: A Pioneer of Labour Welfare. Buddhist Pub. House, 2011.
Bakshi, Sri Ram. Struggle for Independence: Dr B R Ambedkar. Anmol Publications, 1991.
__________. B R Ambedkar: His Political and Social Ideology. Deep & Deep, 2000.
__________. Ambedkar: Socio-economic and Political Ideology. Sarup Book Publishers, 2009.
Bal, Gian Singh. Understanding Ambedkar. Ajanta Publications, 2000.
Beltz, Johannes and Surendra Jondhale eds. Reconstructing the World: B. R. Ambedkar and Buddhism in India. Oxford University Press, 2004.
Bhandari, C. S. and S. R. Ramaswamy. Dr Bhimrao Ambedkar: An Outstanding Patriot. Suruchi Prakashan, 1991.
Bharathi, K.S. Foundations of Ambedkar Thought. Dattasons Publishers, 1990.
Bhardwaj, Ritesh and Pinki Punia eds. Dr Ambedkar: Multiple Facets. Alankar Publishing House, 2017.
Bharill, Chandra. Social and Political Ideas of B R Ambedkar: A Study of his Life, Services, Social and Political Ideas. Aalekh Publishers, 1977.
Bhatia, K. L. Dr. B. R. Ambedkar, Social Justice, and Indian Constitution. Deep and Deep Publications, 1994.
Bhave, Y. G. Modern Hindu Trinity: Ambedkar-Hedgewar-Gandhi. Northern Book Centre, 2005.
Bisra, D. N. Ambedkar and Indian Constitution. Shikhar Publications, 2017.
__________. Life Ideas and Thought of B R Ambedkar. Global Publications, 2018.
Biswas, Oneil. A Phenomenon Named Ambedkar. Blumoon, 1998.
Busi, Subhamani Nagnna. Mahatma Gandhi and Babasaheb Ambedkar: Crusaders Against Untouchability. Saroja Publications, 1997.
Cabrera, Luis. The Humble Cosmopolitan: Rights, Diversity and Trans-state Democracy. Oxford University Press, 2020.
Chahal, S. K. Dr B R Ambedkar: The Maker of Modern India. Nirmal Publishing House, 2018.
Chakrabarty, Bidyut. The Socio-Political Ideas of B R Ambedkar: Liberal Constitutionalism in a Creative Mould. Routledge, 2019.
Chalam, K. S. Modernization and Dalit Education: Ambedkar’s Vision. Rawat Publications, 2008.
Chanchreek, K.L. Dr. B. R Ambedkar Role in Framing the India’s Constitution. H. K Publishers, 1991.
__________. Dr B R Ambedkar: A Rebel Dalit Leader. Shree Publishers and Distributors, 2006.
__________. Dr B R Ambedkar: Patriot, Philosopher and Statesman. H. K. Publishers and Distributors, 1991.
Chandra, Ramesh. Dr Ambedkar, Science and Society. Shree Publishers, 2000.
__________ and Mitra Sangh. The Ambedkar Era. Common Wealth Publishers, 2003.
Chandra, Subhash. Ambedkar and Untouchability. Book Enclave, 2019.
__________. Ambedkar: Caste Politics in India. Book Enclave, 2019.
Chandrakant D, Shivakeri. Dr. B. R. Ambedkar’s Political Philosophy. Anmol Publishers, 2004.
Chaterjee, Asim. B R Ambedkar and His Ideology. Anmol, 2015.
Chatterjee, Debi. Up against Caste: Comparative Study of Ambedkar and Periyar. Rawat Publications, 2004.
Chaudhary, Poonam. Situating Ambedkar’s Movement. Meena Book Publications, 2018.
Chavan, Sheshrao. Gandhi and Ambedkar: Saviours of Untouchables. Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, 2001.
__________. The Constitution of India: Role of Dr B R Ambedkar – Legend and Reality. Atlantic Publishers & Distributors, 2014.
__________. The Betrayal of Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar. Authorpress, 2011.
Chentharassery, T. H. P. Ambedkar on Indian History. Rawat Publications, 2000.
Chinnaswamy, S. Bharat Ratna Babasaheb Dr B R Ambedkar Photobiography. Sapna Book House, 2016.
Chitkara, M. G. Dr. Ambedkar and Social Justice. A P H Publishing Corporation, 2002.
Choudhury, Paramesh. Indian Giants Crack AIM: Vivekananda, Ambedkar and Aurobindo, Their Outburst against the So-called Aryan Race and Aryan Invasion Myth. YNN, 2003.
Choudhury, Soumyabrata. Ambedkar and Other Immortals: An Untouchable Research Programme. Navayana, 2018.
Chousalkar, Ashok S. Indian Idea of Political Resistance: Aurobindo, Tilak, Gandhi and Ambedkar. Ajanta Publications, 1990.
__________ and Kasinath K. Kavlekar. Political Ideas and Leadership of Dr B R Ambedkar. Viswanil Publications, 1989.
Daniel, Monodeep. Society in India: Ambedkar’s Vision: Essays from Christian Perspective. Delhi Brotherhood Society, 2019.
Das, Bhagwan. In Pursuit of Ambedkar: A Memoir. Navayana, 2010.
Das, Narayan. Ambedkar, Gandhi and Empowerment of Dalit. A B D Publishers, 2010.
__________. Ambedkar and Society. Centrum Press, 2017.
Das, Prafulla Chandra. Dr Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar: A Visionary of India. Manak Publications, 2019.
Deva, Shanthi and C. M. Wagh. Dr Ambedkar and Conversion. Dr Ambedkar Publications Society, 1965.
Dhaktode, S. S. Human Rights and Indian Constitution: Dr B R Ambedkar’s Enduring Legacies. Bhashya Prakashan, 2013.
Dharmalingam, A. M. B R Ambedkar and Secularism. Dalit Sahitya Akademy, 1985.
Dhani, S. L. Dr B R Ambedkar: Man of Millennium for Social Justice. Kalpaz Pub., 2007.
Dhawan, S. K. Dr B R Ambedkar: A Select Profile (1891-1956). Wave, 1991.
Elst, Koenraad. Dr Ambedkar: A True Aryan. Voice of India, 1993.
__________. Indigenous Indians: Agastya to Ambedkar. Voice of India, 1993.
Fernando, W. J. Basil. Demoralisation and Hope: Creating the Social Foundation for Sustaining Democracy—A comparative study of N. F. S. Grundtvig (1783–1872) Denmark and B. R. Ambedkar (1881–1956) India. AHRC Publication, 2000.
Gaikwad, Vijay. Dr Ambedkar’s Foreign Policy and Its Relevance. Vaibhav Prakashan, 1999.
Gautam, C. Life of Babasaheb Ambedkar. Ambedkar Memorial Trust, 2000.
Gautama, Qanauji Lal. Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar and Brahmanism. B. R. Publishing Corporation, 2002.
Gautama, Munsilala. Dr B R Ambedkar on National Unity and Integration. Siddharth Gautam Shikshan and Sanskriti Samittee, 1993.
Ghatak, B. K., ed. Dr. Ambedkar’s Thought. A. P. H. Publishing Corporation, 1997.
Gledhill, Alan. The Republic of India. Greenwood, 2013.
Gore, M. S. The Social Context of an Ideology: Ambedkar’s Political and Social Thought. Sage, 1993.
Gupta, Dauji. Gandhi and Ambedkar: Great Emancipators. Inter-Globe Publications, 1993.
Heggade, Odeyar D. Economic Thought of Dr B R Ambedkar. Mohit Publications, 1998.
Ingole, Kisan Sukhdeorao. Dr Ambedkar’s Approach to Public Finance and Policy. B R Pub. Corp., 2010.
Iyer, V. R. Krishna. Dr Ambedkar and the Dalit Future. B. R. Pub. Corp., 1990.
Jadhav, Narendra. Ambedkar: Awakening India’s Social Conscience. Konark Publishers, 2014.
__________. Ambedkar: An Economist Extraordinaire. Konark, 2015.
Jadhav, Praveen. Ambedkarism: Essays on Select Economic and Cultural Issues. Rawat Publications, 2013.
Jaffrelot, Christophe. Dr Ambedkar and Untouchability: Fighting the Indian Caste System. Columbia University Press, 2005.
Jatava, Daya Ram. A Farewell to Ambedkar. ABD Publishers, 2004.
__________. Ambedkar and Humanism. ABD Publishers, 1999.
__________. Ambedkar Code of Conduct. ABD Publishers, 2005.
__________. B. R. Ambedkar: A Vision of Man and Morals. ABD Publishers, 2011.
__________. Dr Ambedkar in Modern World. ABD Publishers, 2008.
__________. Dr Ambedkar: The Prime Mover. ABD Pub., 2004.
__________. Dr Ambedkar: Unique and Versatile. Blumoon Books, 1998.
__________. Dr Ambedkar’s Role in National Movement, 1917-1947. Bauddha Sahitya Sammelan, 1979. __________. Dynamics of Ambedkar Ideology. Neha Publishers & Distributors, 2001.
__________. Philosophies of Buddha and Marx. National Publishing House, 1998.
__________. Political Philosophy of B R Ambedkar. National Publishing House, 2001.
__________. Politics of B R Ambedkar in National Movement. National Publishing House, 2000.
__________. Sociological Thoughts of B R Ambedkar. ABD Pub., 2001.
__________. The Critics of Dr Ambedkar. Surabhi Publications, 1997.
__________. The Social Philosophy of B R Ambedkar. Phoenix Publishing House, 1965.
Javaraiah, M. N. Ambedkar versus Hindurashtra: Reply to Savarkar Golwarkar and Arun Shourie. Bahujan Media Centre, 2005.
Kadam, K. N. Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar and the Significance of his Movement: A Chronology. Popular Prakashan, 1991.
__________. Dr B R Ambedkar: The Emancipator of the Oppressed. Popular Prakashan, 1993.
Kapadia, Payal. B R Ambedkar: Saviour of the Masses. Penguin UK, 2014.
__________. Sociological Thoughts of B R Ambedkar. ABD Publishers, 2001.
Kanagali, Chandrama S. B R Ambedkar, Writer, Statesman: A Panoramic View. CBS, 1995.
Kasare, Madhukar Laxmanrao. Economic Philosophy of Dr B R Ambedkar. B. I. Publications, 1996.
Kataria, Kanta. Relevance of Ambedkar’s Ideology. Rawat Publications, 2015.
Kaur, Ravinder. Ambedkar’s Vision of Social Justice. Writer’s Choice, 2015.
Keer, Dhananjay. Dr Ambedkar: Life and Mission. Popular Prakashan, 1954.
__________ ed. Dr Ambedkar: A Memorial Album. Popular Prakashan, 1982.
Kenadi, L. Revival of Buddhism in Modern India: The Role of B R Ambedkar and the Dalai Lama. Ashish, 1995.
Khabde, Dinkar. Dr Ambedkar and Western Thinkers. Sugava Prakashan, 1989.
Khan, Nazeer H. B R Ambedkar on Federalism, Ethnicity and Gender Justice. Deep and Deep Publications, 2001.
Khan, Zafar, Ahmad. Ambedkar’s Approach for Constitutional Safeguards: A Special Reference to SC ST. V L Media Solutions, 2016.
Khare, Vijay S. Dr B R Ambedkar and India’s National Security. Kilaso Books, 2005.
Kiran, Usha. Impact of Ambedkar Movement on Dalits. Ishwar Books, 2018.
Krishan, Asha. Ambedkar and Gandhi: Emancipators of Untouchables in Modern India. Himalaya Publishing House, 1997.
Krishnaiah, B. Philosophy of Dr B R Ambedkar and Its Relevance to Contemporary India: Impact on Life, Literature and Politics. Prestige Books International, 2018.
Kshirsagar, Ramchandra K. Political Thought of Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar. Intellectual Book Corner Publishing House, 1997.
Kuber, W. N. Dr Ambedkar: A Critical Study. People’s Publishing House, 1973.
__________. B. R. Ambedkar. New De1hi: Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Govt. of India, 1987.
Kumar, Aishary. Radical Equality: Ambedkar, Gandhi and the Risk of Democracy. Stanford University Press, 2015.
Kumar, Raj. Ambedkar and His Writings: A Look for the New Generation. Radha Publications, 1997.
_________. Encyclopaedia of Dr B R Ambedkar: Ambedkar and Politics. Commonwealth Publishers, 2010.
Lal, Shyam. Ambedkar and Dalit Movement: Special Reference to Rajasthan. Rawat Publications, 2008.
__________. Ambedkar and the Bhangis: Efforts for the Upliftment. Rawat Publications, 2018.
__________ and K. S. Saxena, eds. Ambedkar and Nation-building. Rawat Publications, 1998.
Larbeer, Paulraj Mohan. Ambedkar on Religion: A Liberative Perspective. ISPCK for Dalit Resource Centre, 2003.
Lee, Alexander. From Hierarchy to Ethnicity: The Politics of Caste in Twentieth Century India. Cambridge University Press, 2020.
Limaye, Madhu. Manu, Gandhi, and Ambedkar and Other Essays. Gyan Pub. House, 1995.
Lobo, C. H. Jacob. Dr B R Ambedkar: The Champion of Social Democracy in India. Hilerina Publications, 1984.
Lobo, Lancy and Dhananjay Kumar. Legacy of Ambedkar: Analysis and Appraisal. Rawat Publications, 2019.
Lokhande, G. S. Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar: A Study in Social Democracy. Intellectual Publishing House, 1982.
Majumdar, A. K. and Bhnwar Singh, eds. Ambedkar and Social Justice. Radha Publications, 1997.
Mal, Lakkho. Dr Ambedkar: Challenger and the Adorned: Rejoinder to the Malice “Worshipping False Gods.” All India Dr Ambedkar Samaj Development Foundation, 1998.
Mallaiah, L. C. The Relevance of Dr B R Ambedkar’s Views on Indian Agricultural Development. Abhijeet Publications, 2006.
Mandal, S. N. B R Ambedkar: His Thoughts and Observations. National Publishing House, 2004.
Mankar, Vijay. Life and the Greatest Humanitarian Revolutionary Movement of Dr B R Ambedkar: A Chronology. Blue World Series, 2009.
Massey, James. Dr B R Ambedkar: A Study in Just Society. Centre for Dalit and Subaltern Studies (with) Manohar, 2003.
Matthew, Abraham. Dr B R Ambedkar: The Emancipator. Venus Publications, 2019.
Mathew, Thomas. Ambedkar: Reform or Revolution. Segment, 1991.
__________. Re-reading Ambedkar: Marxist-Ambedkarite Praxis. Samyak Prakashan, 2007.
Meena, Hemraj and Kanta Meena. Gandhi and Ambedkar: Assessment and Observations of Untouchability. Book Enclave, 2014.
Mehta, Neeraj. A Pen Portrait of Dr B R Ambedkar. Lokgeet Prakashan, 2018.
Mishra, Chandra Bhushan. Ambedkar: A Critic of Hindu Religion. Centrum Press, 2015.
Mishra, S. N. Facets of Dr B R Ambedkar. Indian Institute of Public Administration, 2004.
__________. Socio-economic and Political Vision of Dr B R Ambedkar. Concept, 2010.
Moon, Vasant. Dr. Baba Saheb Ambedkar. National Book Trust India, 2007.
Moore, Kieron. Ambedkar: India’s Crusader for Human Rights. Steerforth Press, 2009.
Mowli, V. Chandra. B R Ambedkar: Man and His Mission. Sterling Publishers, 1990.
Naik, C. D. Thoughts and Philosophy of B. R. Ambedkar. Swarup & Sons, 2003.
Namishray, Mohandas. Caste & Race: Comparative study of Bhim Rao Ambedkar & Martin Luther King. Raw at Publication, 2003.
__________. Dr Ambedkar and Press. Neelkanth Prakashan, 2018.
Naravade, Sesharava Subhanarava. Dr B R Ambedkar and Indian Independent Labour Party: Issues Related to Social Justice Raised in Bombay Legislature 1937-39. Senhavardhan Publishing House, 1997.
Nikam, Shriram. Destiny of Untouchables: Divergent Approaches and Strategies of Mahatam Gandhi and Dr B R Ambedkar. Deep & Deep, 1998.
Ninan, M. M. Ambedkar’s Philosophy of Hinduism and Contemporary Critiques. Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, 2012.
Omvedt, Gail. Dalits and Democratic Revolution: Dr Ambedkar and the Dalit Movement in Colonial India. Sage Publications, 1994.
__________. Ambedkar: Towards an Enlightened India. Penguin UK, 2004.
Onesimu, J A. David. Dr Ambedkar’s Critique towards Christian Dalit Liberation. Indian Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 2008.
Pabla, A. S. Warriors of Untouchable: Ambedkar and Gandhi. Cyber Tech Publications, 2008.
Pai, Sudha and Avinash Kumar. Revisiting 1956: B. R. Ambedkar and States Reorganisation. Orient Blackswan, 2014.
Pandit, A. K. Dr B R Ambedkar’s Thoughts on Women Empowerment. R P Publications, 2015.
Pandyan, K. David. Dr B R Ambedkar and the Dynamics of Neo-Buddhism. Gyan Publishing House, 1996.
Patange, Ramesa. The Great Mission in Making India. Navayuga Bharati, 2018.
Pati, Biswamoy. Invoking Ambedkar: Contributions, Receptions, Legacies. Primus Books, 2014.
Paul, R. C. Ambedkar: The Great Liberator. Bheem Patrika Publications, 1994.
Pen, Robert. Social Humanism: Dr Ambedkar’s Social Philosophy in Reference to the Dalit Christians. Christian World Imprints, 2018.
Prajapati, Satyendra and Satendra Narayan Singh. Dr B R Ambedkar on Women Empowerment: Contemporary Relevance. Indian Economic Association, 2016.
Prakash, Arvind. Ambedkar and Buddhism. Venus Publications, 2019.
Prakash, Prem. Ambedkar, Politics and Scheduled Castes. Ashish, 1993.
Prakasham, V. Dr B R Ambedkar the Jnanayogi. Emesco, 2016.
Prasad, Anirudh, Chandra Sen and Pratap Singh eds. Babasaheb B R Ambedkar, Justice K Ramaswamy and Rohith Vemula. Kalpaz, 2017.
Prasad, Gunraj, ed. Dr B R Ambedkar in Modern Perspective. Axis Publications, 2011.
Prasad, Jitendra and Sangita Thakur. Gandhi, Ambedkar and Dalit’s Emancipation. Academic Excellence, 2015.
Prasad, R.C. Preface to Ambedkarism. Motilal Banarsidas, 1993.
Prasad, Suraj Nanda. Life and Works of Ambedkar. ABD Publishers, 2010.
Purohit, Ashok. Gandhi and Ambedkar. Wisdom Press, 2016.
Radhakrishnan, N, ed. Gandhi, Ambedkar and the Dalit Emancipation. Gandhi Smriti and Darshan Samiti, 2001.
Rai, Neelam. Dr Bhimrao Ambedkar and Social Justice. Aditya Book Centre, 2008.
Rajagopalachari, C. Ambedkar Refuted. Hind Kitab, 1946.
Rajsekhar, V. T. Karl Marx and Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar. Dalit Sahitya Akademy, 1988.
Rajasekhariah, A. M. B. R. Ambedkar: The Quest for Social Justice. Uppal Pub. House, 1989.
Rajput, Aniruddha. Dr B R Ambedkar’s Vision of India and Jammu Kashmir. Prabhat Prakashan, 2019.
Raju, Gollapalli Ganni. The Life of Dr Ambedkar. Babasaheb Dr Ambedkar Memorial Society, 1979.
Ram, Nandu. Beyond Ambedkar: Essays on Dalits in India. Har-Anand Publications Pvt. Ltd., 1995.
Ramaiah, Avatthi. Contemporary Relevance of Ambedkar’s Thoughts. Rawat Publications, 2017.
Ramaiah, P. and K. Sateesh Reddy. Dr B R Ambedkar’s Economic Philosophy. Delta Publishing, 1994.
Ranga, M. L. ed. B. R. Ambedkar: Life, Work and Relevance. Manohar Publisher, 2000.
Rao, D.V. Dr. B.R Ambedkar Champion of Human Rights in India. Manak Publications, 2006.
Rao, G. Manoher, ed. Dr Ambedkar and the Indian Constitution. Asian Law House, 1998.
Rao, R. B. ed. Bharat Ratna Dr Ambedkar. Chugh Publication, 1993.
Rao, Rega Jaganmohan. Dr Ambedkar and the Dynamics of Dalit Justice. Andhra University Press and Publications, 1995.
Rao, K. Raghavendra. Makers of Indian Literature. Sahitya Akademi, 1993.
__________. Babasaheb Ambedkar. Sahitya Academy, 1993.
Rao, Sangeetha R. Ambedkar and Mao Tsetung. Sanjivayya Institute of Socio-Economic Studies, 1996.
Rasool, G. and L. K. Verma. Ambedkar as an Educationist. Jay Key Book House, 1994.
Rathore, Aakash Singh. Ambedkar’s Preamble: A Secret History of the Constitution of India. Penguin Books, 2020.
Rattu, Nanak Chand. Reminiscences and Remembrances of Dr B R Ambedkar. Falcon Books, 1995.
__________. Last Few Years of Dr Ambedkar. Amrit Publishing House, 1997.
__________. Pioneers of Ambedkar Buddhist Movement in United Kingdom. Amrit Publishing House, 1999.
Ravidas, Ajay. Ambedkar and Dalit Movement. ABD Publishers, 2010.
Regulagadda, Seshagiri Rao. Religion, Morality and Socio-Political Philosophy: A Comparative Study of John Dewey and Ambedkar. Kalpaz, 2015.
Robbin, Jeanette. Dr Ambedkar and His Movement. Dr Ambedkar Publications Society, 1964.
Rodrigues, Valerian. Conversations with Ambedkar: 10 Ambedkar Memorial Lectures. Tulika Print Communications Services Pvt Ltd, 2019.
Roy, Arundhati. The Doctor and the Saint: The Ambedkar-Gandhi Debate: Caste, Race and Annihilation of Caste. Penguin Random House India Pvt Ltd, 2019.
Roy, Ramashray. Gandhi and Ambedkar: A Study in Contrast. Shipra Publications, 2006.
Sangharkashita. Ambedkar and Buddhism. Windhorse Publications, 1986.
__________. Dr Ambedkar and the Revival of Buddhism I. Windhorse Publications, 2016.
Santhanam, Kasturiranga. Ambedkar’s Attack: A Critical Examination of Dr Ambedkar’s Book “What Congress and Gandhi Have Done to the Untouchables.” Hindusthan Times, 1946.
Senauke, Alan. Heirs to Ambedkar: The Rebirth of Engaged Buddhism in India. Clear View Press, 2013.
Shabbir, Mohammad. Ambedkar on Law, Constitution and Social Justice. International Specialized Book Service Incorporated, 2005.
Shahare, M. L. Dr Bhimrao Ambedkar: His Life and Work. National Council of Educational research and Training, 1988.
Sharma, Kusum. Ambedkar and Indian Constitution. Ashish Publishing House, 1992.
Sharma, Mahesh Dutt. Motivating Thoughts of Ambedkar. Prabhat Prakashan, 2016.
Sharma, Sanjay Prakash. Ambedkar and Socio-political Revival in India. Vista International Publishing House, 2009.
Sharma, Sitaram. Life and Mission of B. R. Ambedkar. Sublime Publications, 2010.
Shashtri, Shankaranand. My Memories and Experiences of Babasaheb Ambedkar and His Contribution to Nation. Sumitra Shashtri, 1989.
Shetty, K. P. Krishna. Jurisprudential Thoughts of Thiruvalluvar, Dr Ambedkar and Dr Kalainagar. Abhyudaya, 2000.
Shetty, V. T. Rajsekhar. Ambedkar and His Conversion. Dalit Sahitya Akademy, 1983.
Shivakeri, Chandrakant Devappa. Dr B R Ambedkar’s Political Philosophy. Anmol Publications Pvt. Ltd., 2004.
Shourie, Arun. Worshipping False Gods. HarperCollins Publishers India, 2012.
Shukla, J. J. Dr B R Ambedkar on Hinduism. Globe, 1993.
Shukla, S. K. Doctor B. R. Ambedkar: Buddhism and Dalit Perspectives. Omega Publications, 2009.
Sindhe, Jagannatha. Dr B R Ambedkar’s Thoughts on Economics. Current Publications, 2019.
__________. Dr B R Ambedkar: Thoughts on Education. Current Publications, 2019.
Singh, Har Morinder. Dr Ambedkar on the Removal of Untouchability. Sarup & Sons, 2008.
Singh, Janak. Dr B R Ambedkar: Messiah of the Downtrodden. Kalpaz, 2010.
Singh, M. K. Ambedkar on Caste and Untouchability. Rajat Publications, 2008.
Singh, Ravindra Prasad. Ambedkar and Indian Caste System. ABD Publishers, 2010.
Singh, Reyansh. Dr Ambedkar and Untouchability: Analysing and Fighting Caste. Edukeen Publisher, 2019.
__________. Dr Ambedkar: Science and Society. Peridot, 2019.
__________. Dr Ambedkar: The Fight for Justice. Edukeen Publishers, 2019.
Singh, Sanghasen. Ambedkar on Buddhist Conversion and Its Impact. Eastern Book Linkers, 1990.
Singh, Shriprakash. Dr Ambedkar on Minorities. India First Foundation, 2005.
Singh, V. P. Dr B R Ambedkar: Pillar of Unity. Vijay Goel, 2008.
Sinha, Jogendra. Dr B R Ambedkar: A Critical Study. Vijay Publication, 1993.
Sinha, Rakesh K. Gandhi, Ambedkar and Dalit. Aadi Publications, 2010.
Sowmya, Rajendran. The Boy who Asked Why: The Story of Bhimrao Ambedkar. KitaabWorld.com, LLC, 2018.
Subramanian, S. Dr Ambedkar’s Philosophy on Human Development. Manimekalai Prasuram, 2016.
Suman, R. D. Dr Ambedkar: Pioneer of Human Rights. Bodhisattva Publication, 1977.
Tagade, Shyam. Buddha Dhamma Mission of Bodhisatta Ambedkar. Pradnya Maitri Pratisthan, 2004.
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Dr. Mahitosh Mandal is an Assistant Professor of English at Presidency University, Kolkata. He is the author of the book Jacques Lacan: From Clinic to Culture (Orient BlackSwan, 2018). His areas of interest include Dalit studies, Lacanian psychoanalysis, and Holocaust studies.