Critical Dharma for Thinking Minds /Milk Tea Alliance

Mahar, Buddhist and Dalit: Religious Conversion and Sociopolitical Emancipation

For those interested in contemporary studies of Ambedkar Buddhism in India, Mahar and Dalit Buddhism, I highly recommend this study published in 2005: Mahar,, Buddhist and Dalit,: Religious conversion and sociopolitical emancipation. It is the most comprehensive study of the cultures and institutions of Ambedkar Buddhists in Maharashtra, India.



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