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Ambedkar quotes some Indophile author, I don't need to know the biography of that author and the origin of his interest in Vedas.

I would Google if I felt the need to check them out. Ambedkar's writing is as incisive and precise as in his other works and I wish he were able to finish all the riddles and compile them into a cogent and complete work.

download partly due to fate and partly due to supreme negligence and barbarity of Indian government, we only have a partial work. Even then it is extremely informative and important and is worth more without Navayana's annotations.

While reading an author, one invests his time and energy. It demands attention to understand the point of views of any author. It creates an unusual bonding and if you do not have a strong reason then the chances are low to get that bonding.

The reason for me to read Ambedkar is the partiality of our system. As far I can remember, during our school life, we never got expose to Ambedkar as compared to other Indian leaders like Gandhi, Nehru, Shivaji, Savarkar, Bhagat Singh and many more.

He was highly educated person in those days.

Not only our education system but also the mainstream media is estranged towards Ambedkar. There are lots of movies, TV series, books, research papers and documentaries are available on the numerous Indian leaders Social Reformer, Political leaders and Freedom fighters except Ambedkar.

Ambedkar was the chairman of the constitution drafting committee and he helped establish the Finance Commission of India. He emphasised on the free economy with the stable rupee.

But sadly, he never got his fair and square share and belittle to "Dalit Demi-God" by masses because of his views on the reservation. Ambedkar has taken more brickbat in his lifetime and posthumously as compared to any other leader in India. And this is the well-known fact that most of the time Ambedkar's statue gets vandalise as compared to any other national leader.

I think most of the populace has a peculiar obsession with Ambedkar and why not, he has raged a war against their million Gods.

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About the novel "Riddles in Hinduism" Ambedkar is trying to find out pith of Hindu religion and raised a few critical questions about the creed and dogma of Hindu religion. The author has done exhaustive research, you can find a lot of references to Veda, Vedanta, Puran, Upnishadas and other scholarly work while reading the book.

The book is divided into three parts viz Religious, Social and Political riddles.

They were edited and published by the BAWS committee and now, in the edition I've read, a selected few were recompiled, edited and released with annotations.

The riddles were selected probably for their importance to counter the current Hindutva narrative in India. They all challenge some of the most deeply held beliefs of Hindus, although some more successfully than others.

Further riddles question the institutions of ahimsa, varnashrama, the yugas, and Rama and Krishna, from religious, social, and political perspectives. The specific riddles on varnashrama are most informatory while the ones on Rama and Krishna seem incomplete and inaccurate in places. Navayana's annotations in the book, like their counterparts in Navayana's Annihilation of Caste, are often not useful.

The first problem is that they are too numerous.

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They ruin the flow. No text needs annotations in every page, especially that of a writer as lucid as Dr.

Secondly, they are sometimes redundant or unnecessary. If Dr. Ambedkar quotes some Indophile author, I don't need to know the biography of that author and the origin of his interest in Vedas. I would Google if I felt the need to check them out. Ambedkar's writing is as incisive and precise as in his other works and I wish he were able to finish all the riddles and compile them into a cogent and complete work.

download partly due to fate and partly due to supreme negligence and barbarity of Indian government, we only have a partial work. Even then it is extremely informative and important and is worth more without Navayana's annotations.

Riddles In Hinduism Dr. B. R. Ambedkar

While reading an author, one invests his time and energy. It demands attention to understand the point of views of any author. It creates an unusual bonding and if you do not have a strong reason then the chances are low to get that bonding. The reason for me to read Ambedkar is the partiality of our system. As far I can remember, during our school life, we never got expose to Ambedkar as compared to other Indian leaders like Gandhi, Nehru, Shivaji, Savarkar, Bhagat Singh and many more.

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He was highly educated person in those days. Not only our education system but also the mainstream media is estranged towards Ambedkar.Ambedkar was one, today there are a million Ambedkars. We can supply any title published in India by any publisher.

But sadly, he never got his fair and square share and belittle to "Dalit Demi-God" by masses because of his views on the reservation. Even then it is extremely informative and important and is worth more without Navayana's annotations.

Ambedkar's writing is as incisive and precise as in his other works and I wish he were able to finish all the riddles and compile them into a cogent and complete work. He was highly educated person in those days.

The riddles were selected probably for their importance to counter the current Hindutva narrative in India. They all challenge some of the most deeply held beliefs of Hindus, although some more successfully than others.