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Title Jai Bhim comrade / camera, direction, production, editing, Anand Patwardhan
Published [Mumbai?] : [Anand Patwardhan], [2011]

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 MELB  305.56880954 Pat/Jbc  UNAVAILABLE C19
Description 1 videodisc (182 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in
Summary In India, members of the Dalit ("Untouchable") caste were systematically discriminated against and oppressed for thousands of years, denied education, and treated as bonded labor. By the 1920's Bhimrao Ambedkar broke the taboo, winning doctorates abroad and fighting for the emancipation of his people. His legend still spreads through poetry and song. This film was shot over 14 years by acclaimed political documentarian Anand Patwardhan, whose work pursues diverse and controversial issues at the crux of Indian social and political life and has been frequently targeted by state censors. Epic in its scope and ambition, the film stands as both a record of recent history of the Dalits and an eloquent testimony to the power of countering superstition and religious bigotry with reason
Notes Title at head of English title on disc surface in Hindi
DVD. All regions
In English, Hindi and Marathi, with English subtitles
Available for Deakin University staff and students only
Subject Ambedkar, B. R. (Bhimrao Ramji), 1891-1956.
Dalits -- India.
Caste -- India.
Caste-based discrimination -- India.
Social justice -- India.
Genre/Form Documentary films.
Nonfiction films.
Documentary
Video recordings.
Author Patwardhan, Anand.
Other Titles Subtitle on cover: The atrocity of caste