His Writings


The Education Department, Government of Maharashtra (Mumbai) published the collection of Ambedkar’s writings and speeches in different volumes:

  • Castes in India: Their Mechanism, Genesis and Development and 11 other essays.
  • Ambedkar in the Bombay Legislature, with the Simon Commission and at the Round Table Conferences 1927-1939
  • Philosophy of Hinduism; India and the Pre-requisites of Communism, Revolution and Counter-revolution; Buddha and Karl Marx
  • Riddles in Hinduism
  • Essays on Untouchables and Untouchability
  • The Evolution of Provincial Finance in British India
  • The Untouchables Who Were They and Why They Became Untouchables?
  • The Annihilation of Caste (1936)
  • Who wre the Shudras? (1946)
  • Pakistan or the Partition of India
  • What Congress and Gandhi have done to the Untouchables; Mr. Gandhi and the Emancipation of the Untouchables.
  • Ambedkar as member of the Governor General’s Executive Council, 1942-46
  • The Buddha and His Dhamma
  • Unpublished writings: Ancient Indian Commerce; Notes on laws; Waiting for a Visa; Misellaneous notes, etc.
  • Ambedkar as the principal architect of the Constitution of India
  • (2 parts) Dr. Ambedkar and The Hindu Code Bill
  • Ambedkar as Free India’s First Law Minister and Member of Opposition in Indian Parliament (1947-1956)
  • The Pali Grammar
  • Ambedkar and his Egalitarian Revolution – Struggle for Human Rights. Events starting from March 1927 to 17 November 1956 in the chronological order; Ambedkar and his Egalitarian Revolution – Soci-political and religious activities. Events starting from November 1929 to 8 May 1956 in the chronological order; Ambedkar and his Egalitarian Revolution – Speeches. (Events starting from 1 January to 20 November 1956 in the chronolgical order.)