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Ambedkar and the "Bhagwat Gita"

Nalini Pandit
Economic and Political Weekly
Vol. 27, No. 20/21 (May 16-23, 1992), pp. 1063-1065
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/4397889
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Abstract

According to Ambedkar the "Bhagwat Gita" is neither a book of religion nor a treatise on philosophy. What the "Gita" does is to defend certain dogmas of religion on philosophic grounds. It is a philosophic defence of the counter-revolution.

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