Vol. 2, Issue 12 (2016)
DR. B. R. Ambedkar on India‘s Agrarian Problems
Author(s): Rajesh Kumar ‘Gauher’
Abstract: The foregoing discussion would show that initially Dr. Ambedkar analyzed India's agrarian problems merely from the view point on an economist. His main concern then was surplus labour and resultant superfluous employment in agriculture scarcity of capital goods culminating in low agricultural productivity and slow generation of surplus ultimately effecting adversely the process of overall economic growth. In this context Dr. Ambedkar suggested that speedy Industrialization was soundest remedy for all the above mention ills of Indian agriculture. Thus Dr. Ambedkar 's view on India's agrarian problem proved not only to be prophetic, but reflect his Inflicting commitment to democracy based on Liberty and Equality as well.
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