List of Dalits

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Following is a list of Dalit people organised by profession, field, or focus.


  • B. R. Ambedkar,Dalit reformer to buddhism jurist, economist, politician ,a social reformer,symbol of knowledge and also called as father of stable India.






Religion and reform[edit]



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