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An excellent book that talks about the principles for the state organization, and describes how the keep the India united.
Kindle Edition, 73 pages
Published April 30th 2015 (first published December 23rd 1955)
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This book is thought provoking. It tells the merits and demerits of the creation of the linguistic states, idea of second capital of India. A must read for every 'Indian'.
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Bhimrao Ambedkar (1891–1956)
Founding Father, Modern India
MA 1915, PhD 1927
LLD 1952 (hon.)

Ambedkar was a leader in the struggle for Indian independence, the architect of the new nation's constitution, and the champion of civil rights for the 60 million members of the "untouchable" caste, to which he belonged. He spoke and wrote ceaseless
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