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Sudras and State Politics
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Author Dr. Raj Kumar
Year 2017
Binding Hardback
Pages 214
ISBN10, ISBN13 9351282465, 9789351282464
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The Title 'Sudras and State Politics written/authored/edited by Dr. Raj Kumar', published in the year 2017. The ISBN 9789351282464 is assigned to the Hardcover version of this title. This book has total of pp. 214 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Kalpaz Publications. This Book is in English. The subject of this book is Dalits.
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ABOUT THE BOOK

This book attempts to make a detailed Study of the ancient and modern philosophers with the Sudra State of mind like India and entire Worlds. It involves the scientific discovery of the art historian as a true picture of the “kun philosophy”. Religion is the product of this thought and politics is its view.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Dr. Raj Kumar is a prolific writer and obtained his Ph.D. from University of Jammu in 2003. He uses to teach History as a Science to under Graduate Colleges, since 1993 in J & K State; and is author of number of books.

CONTENTS

Acknowledgement....................................................................................... 11
Foreword................................................................................................... 13
Preface....................................................................................................... 15
Introduction............................................................................................... 17

PART - I
Western Political Thought =
New Discovery of the Dalit King as Khalji Imperialism

Chapter - 1
A History of Greek Political Thoughts: A Profile, Ancient and Medieval            25
A. Contribution of the Greek Political Thought to the World B. Different Political Thoughts in Greece before Plato.

Chapter - 2
Plato (427 B.C.-347 B.C.)................................................ 35
• Works of Plato = Life Statement • Socrates Influence on Plato
• Plato’s Concept of Justice = New Social Order or Fatwa • Prevalent Theories of Justice • Plato’s Theory of Justice = Nam-History • Characteristics of Plato’s Justice • Criticism • Plato’s Educational System = Dalit Philosophy • Education in Ancient Greece • Education in Athens • Education in Sparta • Features of Plato’s Education for Protection of Human Race= Sufi Ideology • Platonic Concept of Education = Basic Knowledge • Practical Education = Work is Worship there is no need of Religion • Criticism on Plato’s Education = New Discovery • Plato’s Communism of Wives and Children = Sufi Dera • Communism of Wives and Children • Criticisms = Evolution of Mind • Communism of Property = Lenin Ka Vichar • Basic Principles of Communism of Property = Equality Base Knowledge • Criticism • Plato’s Ideal State = Gigit Agency • Criticism • Philosopher-kings = Raj-Rishi Ke Sabita • Characteristics of Philosopher-kings • Criticism.

Chapter - 3
Aristotle (384 B.C.-322 B.C.)........................................... 55
Important Works of Aristotle = Labour Concept • Aristotle as the
Father of Political Science • Aristotle’s View on Household=Elevated Soul • Family: Women, Children and Private Property = Russian Revolution Ka View of 1917 + Peasant Movement of India • Criticism of Aristotle on Plato’s Concept of Communism = Dalit-Samaj • Aristotle’s Concept of Slavery = Chamar Thought of Shave dynasty of India • His Justification of Slavery + Good Human Souls • Qualification for Slave = Neglected Samaj + Sudra Concept • Criticisms • Aristotle’s Classification of Government • Basic of the Government = Chura Concept • Cycle of Change through Guru Siksha • Criticism • Aristotle’s Views on Revolution = Recovery of Old History in New Form • Meaning
of Revolution = Advance View Found in “History” • Causes of Revolution = Religious Propaganda • Prevention of Revolution = Administrative Measures • Aristotle’s Best Practicable State = pigeon hote Kamra • Concept and Characteristics = Main Features of the Indian Constitution • Characteristics of Best-Practicable States = par excellence theory.

Chapter - 4
Machiavelli (1469-1527 A.D.)=Princely State Ka Idea......... 71
• Renaissance and Its Impact on Machiavelli = Labour Class • Impact on Machiavelli = Dalit-Samaj Ke Soch • Historical Background = Basic View • Machiavelli’s Views on Human Pschyology  • Nature  and Motives = Changing View of “History” = Dalit Samaj Ke Kitab • Motivations = Mature Culture • Criticism • Machiavelli’s Views on Relationship between Ethics and Politics = New Discovery • Criticism • Preservation and Extension, of State Power = Coming Election of the J&K State • Criticism = New View Point = Dalit-i-illahi Liberation Front.

Chapter - 5
John Stuart Mill (1806-1873) = Untouchable History of
the Art of Historian.......................................................... 83
• J.S. Mill’s Views on Liberty after Kashmir Issue • Liberty of Thought and Expression = Dalit Issue • Mill’s Views on Action = Ambedkaritic Population • Criticism = New View Point • Mill’s Views on Women Equality = Dalit Samaj • Prevailing Condition of Women in England • Social Equality = No Jat-Pat: • Economic Equality = Check on Black-market + Zain-ul-Aibidin Ke Story • Political Equality = No Caste Bar: • Mill’s Views on Representative Government = Capability • Dangers of Democracy= Brahmin Samaj • Relevance of Mill’s Ideas on Modern State and Government.

PART - II
Comparative Politics = Dalit History

Chapter - 6
Comparative Politics and Dalit History............................... 97
• Growth of Comparative Politics after 1947 from Narendra Modi to Raj-Rishi • First Stage • Second Stage • Third Stage • Definitions • Distinction between Comparative Government and Comparative Politics  in Art Form=Mughalian styled culture. (1526-1707) • Definitions of Comparative Government • Nature of Comparative Politics • Scope of Comparative Politics = Presidential Democracy.

Chapter - 7
Modern Approaches to the Study of Comparative
Politics= Sudra State of Mind.......................................... 107
• Traditional Approaches anti-Dalit propaganda • Importance Characteristics of Traditional Approaches: • Dalit Approache • Systems and Structural-Functional Approach • Meaning and Definitions of System • Structural-Functional Approach by Gabriel A. Almond and Powell • Criticism New Discovery • Political Economy and Dependency Approach (A.G. Frank) • Dependency Approach by A.G. Frank = Army Deployed, Curfew Continued in Rajouri and Bhaderwah Towns after Religious Classes= Blind Faith Ka glimpse • Dependency Theory: Andre Gundes Frank • Suggestions = Saudi Arabia + Macca, Madian Ka Dora + Chamar History ka Document.

Chapter - 8
Political Culture =To Chase the Damaras.......................... 123
• Definitions Harwar is view: Work is Worship • Types of Political Culture = Sudra Concept • Mixed Political Culture = Inferior to Superior • The Civic Culture = Amit Shah Ke Soch • Other Political Cultures = Leh Kumbh + Kargil Shiaities Muslims • Determinants of Political Culture = New Discovery.

Chapter - 9
Political Participation of Dalits = Nam-History................. 129
• Definitions = Old into New Concept • Various types of Political Participation • Determinants/Factors of Political Participation.

Chapter - 10
Learning From Politics = Equilibrium Ke Theory.............. 137
• Definitions = Ameesha Patel Ke History + Kushana Period • Different types of Political Social Institution • Agents of Political Institution = Rahul Gandhi Ke Khat Rally + Mayawati Ke Ideology.

Chapter - 11
Political Upheavals + Horizontal Knowledge= Dalit Concept 143
• Concept of Political Development = Advance History of the Dalit Samaj • Future Concepts of Political Development.

Chapter - 12
Democratic Regime = Raj-Rishi Ka Rule.......................... 151
• Introduction • Meaning and Definition of the Alert Democracy • Etymological Meaning • Evolution of Democracy = Mature Culture • Various types of Democracy • Advantages = Profit base theory of Dogra Rulers • Disadvantages = Rahul Gandhi and Narendra Modi • Feature of Democratic Regimes • Criticism = New Discovery • Theories of Democracy • Elitist Theory of Democracy • Meaning and Definitions • Elitist Theory of Democracy by Pareto • Division of the Society • Division of Governing Elite • Types of Individuals • Circulation of the Elite+ Jalandhar Rani Didi Ke Soch • Pareto’s Concept of Residues=Kala Jadu of Kashmir • Elitist Theory of Democracy by Gaetano Mosca+ Hitler Ka View • Universality of Elite Rule = Juta Society • Elite-a Group of able Minority forms Oligarchy • Circulation of Elites • Criticism = New Discovery • Pluralist Theory = Women History of Democracy by H.J. Laski • Laski’s Views on Pluralistic Theory of Democracy • Laski’s Important Works • Professor H. J. Laski-Pluralist Theory of Sovereignty: • Federal Authority • Criticism.

Chapter - 13
Authoritarian Regime = Raj-Rishi Ke Sabita..................... 167
• Meaning and Definitions = Future Concept • Features of Authoritarian Regime = Dr Shabnam Grewal + Others • Advantages = Dalit Theory • Criticism = New State of Mind.

Chapter - 14
Theories of Presentation of Sudra in Parliament and
State= New Concept....................................................... 171
• Criticism = New Discovery of the Soul.

Chapter - 15
Party System = Nuturalism Ke Theory as Old Concept  into New Form as History Repeat Itself   175
• Definitions of Political Party = Dalit-Samaj + Good Human Beings• Important Characteristics of the Political Parties • Basis of Political Parties • Functions of Political Parties • Types of Party-system • Merits of One Party System • Demerits = Sufi Ideology + Dhamma Policy of Dr B.R. Ambedkar • Advantages = Political Monger • Disadvantages = Brahminment.

Chapter - 16
Globalisation = Chamar thought = Dogra Imperialism........ 185
• Definitions • Globalisation: Evolution • Nature of Globalisation= Natural History of Pliny.

Chapter - 17
Human Rights = Representative of God............................ 191
• Universal Declaration of Human Rights • Meaning of Human Rights = Political View of the Dalit Historian • Significances of Human Rights = Broad Base Knowledge • Trends of Human Rights = Social Justic Ke Ithas.

Chapter - 18
Climate Change = No Caste System................................. 197
• UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC): 1992=General Opinion • North-South Dialogues • Kyoto Protocol 1997 • The United Nations Climate Change Conference 2010= Surat Split Ke History • Lima Conference of Parties (COP), December 2014, Mass Communication + New Media • BASIC • Critical Appraisal = New Vichar.

Chapter - 19
Women’s Issues = Sudra State of Mind............................ 203
• Women Empowerment = Economic Development.

Index     207

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