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CRITICAL QUEST 2014 pages Rate
1 Uma Chakravarti: Pandita Ramabai Once More 32 25
2 Apoorv Kurup: Tribal Law in India  56 40
3 Naoram Sanjoba: AFSPA: A Law review 40 30
4 Nandini Sundar: Buried Histories of Indian Democracy 64 45
5 BR Ambedkar: Christianising the Untouchables 64 45
6 Hilary Silver  :  Social Exclusion & Social Solidarity 72 50
7 John Dewey: Moral Principles in Education 32 25
8 BR Ambedkar: Triumph of Brahminism 72 50
9 BR Ambedkar: Castes in India 32 25
10 BR Ambedkar :Hindu Social Order 48 35
11 BR Ambedkar: States & Minorities 64 45
12 Douglas Kellner: Toward a Critical Theory of Education 32 25
13 Douglas Kellner: Cultural Marxism & Cultural Studies      32 25
14 Jayati Ghosh: Social Policy in Indian Development 40 30
15 Emmanuel Kant: On Education 64 45
16 Kancha Ilaiah: Caste & the Muslims 40 30
17 Uma Chacravarti: Brahmanical Patriarchy 32 25
18 G Aloysius: Conceptualising the Region 72 50
19 EV Ramasami Periyar: Village Reconstruction 56 40
20 Sukhadeo Thorat: Caste Social Exclusion & Poverty 48 35
21 Fernao Tola & Carmen Dragonetti: Brahmanism & Buddhism 48 35
22 K Purushotham: Black Lilies: Telugu Dalit Poetry 72 50
23 Pandita Ramabai: The High Caste Hindu Woman 64 45
24 Teun A Van Dijk: Principls of Critical discourse Analysis 48 35
25 Paul Clavel: Region in Geography 32 25
26 Douglas Kellner: Theorizing Globalization 40 30
27 Pulin Nayak: Economic Dpment & Social Exclusion in India 40 30
28 Liah Greenfeld: Nationalism & Modernity 40 30
29 LM Joshi: Aspects of Buddhism in Indian History  48 35
30 Louis Althusser: Ideology & Ideiological State Apparatus  56 40
31 Benedict Kingsbury: Indigenous Peoples in International Law 72 50
32 John Harriss: Researching Poverety 32 25
33 Brian K Smith: Veda & Varna 32 25
34 David Hume & Andrew Shepherd: Conceptual chronic Poverty 40 30
35 Jayati Ghosh: Poverty Reduction in China & India 48 35
36 Bonojoy Sen : Legalising Religion 48 35
37 B Subbarao : Regions & Regionalism In India 40 30
38 William Bristow : Enlightenment 48 35
39 BR Ambedkar : Reminiscences of Untouchability 32 25
40 BR Ambedkar : Speeches at Rond Table Conference 40 30
41 Asma Barla : Quran & Women’s Liberations 40 30
42 Brian Fray : Critical Social Science 40 30
43 Hilary Silver  : The Process of Social Exclusion 40 30
44 JV Stalin : Marxism & the Question of Nationalities 64 45
45 Ashok Rudra : Against Feudalism 32 25
46 Romila Thapar : syndicated Hinduism 32 25
47 BR Ambedkar: Swaraj & the Depressed Classes                               32 25
48 Maren B. Schempp: Ishwardatt Medharthi                                         32 25
49 K Balagopal: Reservations: A Socio-Legal  Persp ective                           56 40
50 G. Aloysius: The Brahminical Inscribed in Body- Politic   56 40
51 J.S. Mill et al: Nation & Nationality                                                   56 40
52 Istvan Meszaros: Ideology & Social Science                                       56 40
53 G. Aloysius: Ayothee Thassar & Thamizhan                                        64 45
54 Parimala V. Rao: Educate Women & Lose Nationality                       48 35
55 B.R. Ambedkar: Philosophy of Hinduism                                          80 50
56 Bhim Rao Ambedkar: What the Buddha Taught,   56 40
57 Patricia Uberoi: Your Law & My Custom, 32 25
58 Robert E Frykenberg: Constructions of Hinduism,      32 25
59 F Franco & Sherry Chand: Varna Ideology as Social Practice,      32 25
60 Charles Taylor: Modern Social Imaginaries 40 30
61 Periyar E V Ramasami: Women Enslaved 48 35
62 G. Aloysius: Ambedkar on Nation & Nationalism 72 50
63 Max Horkheimer: Traditional & Critical Theory 48 35
64 Daniel Philpott: In Defence of Self-Determination,               40 30
65 Piyasena Dissanayake: Buddhist Political Theory                             40 30
66 Bhim Rao Ambedkar: Gandhi & Gandhism,                                        56 40
67 Arjan de Haan & Naila Kabeer: Social Exclusion (Two Essays),  40 30
68 Jotirao Phuley: Slavery,  72 50
69 Ronki Ram: Mangoo Ram, Ad Dharm & Dalit Movement,      32 25
70 Valerian Rodrigues: Dalit-Bahujan Discourse in Modern India,  40 30
71 Clifford Bob: Dalit Rights are Human Rights,    32 25
72 Richard King: Orientalism & the Myth of Modern Hinduism,    40 30
73 Nancy Fraser: Social Justice in the age of Identity Politics, 48 35
74 John MacDougall: Tribal Resistances,         32 25
75 Meghnad Desai: India & China: Comp. Political Economy,   32 25
76 Bhim Rao Ambedkar: Annihilation of Caste,  64 50
77  L. M. Joshi: Brahmanism, Buddhism & Hinduism,                          40 30
78 P. C. Upadhyay: The Politics of Indian Secularism  40 25
79 D. B. Chattopadhyay: Science, Philosophy & Society,     40 30
80 Braj Ranjan Mani: Resurgent Buddhism,   32 25
81 Alex Callinicos: Karl Marx: Life of A Revolutionary, 32 25
82 Barbara H. White: India’s Socially Regulated Economy,                     32 25
83 Mao Tse Tung: On Contradiction  40 30
84 Uma Chakravarti: Pandita Ramabai: A Life and A Time  40 30
85 M. Sahadevan: Sahodaran Ayyappan,   32 25
86 Nandini Gooptu: Swami Achutanand  40 30
87 Bhim Rao Ambedkar: Gandhi & Emancipation of Untouchables, 32 25
88 Meera Nanda: A Prophet Facing Forward,                                                32 25
89 Lee Tucker: Child Slaves in Modern India,                                               48 30
90 M. N. Roy: Historical Role of Islam 40 30
91 Ashok Rudra: Intelligentsia as a Ruling Class 32 25
92 Mats Alvesson: Postmodernism 40 35
93 Nalin Swaris: Buddhism, Human Rights & Social Renewal 48 30
94 Thirumalai & Mallikarjuna: In Defence of Vernaculars 40 30
95 D. Kane: Chchatrapati Sahu’s Crusade against Untouchability 32 25
96 S Omana : Sri Narayana Guru 32 25
97 G Aloysius Periyar on Buddhism 32 25
98 Eleanor Zelliot: Ambedkar’s Conversion,  32 25
99 M. C. Rajah: The Oppressed Hindus  40 30
100 Bhim Rao Ambedkar: Buddha or Karl Marx 32 25
101 John Hoffman: The World of the Mundas I,  40 30
102 John Hoffman: The World of the Mundas II,  40 30
103 G. Aloysius: Interpreting Kerala’s Social Development 32 25
104 Bandyopadhyay: The Namasudra Movement, 32 25
105 Raymond Williams: Marx on Culture 32 25
106 S Thorat: Hindu Soc. Sys. & H. Rights of Untouchables  40 30
107 Amartya Sen: Social Exclusion 48 35
108 Romila Thapar: Imagined Religious Communities? 32 25
109 G. Aloysius: Periyar on Islam, 40 30
110 Gail Omvedt: Phule & Ideology of Social Revolution  40 30
111 Bhim Rao Ambedkar: Conversion as Emancipation  40 30
112 K.M. Panikkar: Caste & Democracy 32 25
113 B. Patankar & G. Omvedt: Dalit Liberation Movement  32 25
114 Aloysius: Iyothee Thassar & Emancipatory  Buddhism 40 35
115 Uma Chakravarti: Phil. of Buddhism & Problem of Inequality 32 25
116 G Aloysius: Nationalism without a Nation in India 365
117 Lakshmi Narasu: Religion of the Modern Buddhist 295
118 Kancha Ilaiah: Post Hindu India 350
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Grand Total for 114 CQ Books & 3 Other Books  4675
(Rupees four thousand six hundred seventy-five only)
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