Bhimrao Ambedkar

 Bhimrao Ambedkar ” Dr. K. V. Rai said, ” Dr. Ambedkar is not the father of the constitution but its mother. “Dr. Ambedkar comes before us as a famous scholar, thinker, educationist, politician, influential speaker, belligerent and courageous personality, while also as a bitter critic of a society based on fundamentalist superstitious beliefs. Varna-system and … Read more

Radha Kamal Mukherjee

  Radha Kamal Mukherjee  There was a line of social reformers and social thinkers of the last century, who later contributed to the origin and expansion of Indian sociology. Some of them also had people of religious basis. Raja Rammohan Roy, Keshav Chandra Sen, Ishwar Chandra Vidya Sagar, Ramkrishna Gokhale Paramhansa. Vivekananda, Dada Bhai Naoroji, … Read more

Andre Beteille

Andre Beteille Andre Beteille is India’s leading sociologist and anthropologist, he worked on the caste system of South India. He was born in Chandan Nagar and studied at St. Xavier’s College, Calcutta, he did his undergraduate and post graduate studies in Anthropology from the University of Calcutta. Received a doctorate from Delhi University. After that … Read more

Louise Duomo

  Louise Duomo French anthropologist and sociologist Louis Eumo (1911–1998) is considered a major proponent of Indo-Scholastic observation. Eumo taught at Oxford Universities for many years. But in 1955 AD. After that he came to France and here he did his teaching work. Iomum’s academic career began in 1930 AD. Under the direction of the … Read more

S  C Dubey

  S  C Dubey Shyama Charan Dubey is one of the famous sociologists and anthropologists of the country. He has presented his views on many subjects like tribes, rural life, social change, community development etc. He did his study under structural-functional perspective. Shyama Charan Dubey was born on July 25, 1922. He started his professional … Read more

R. Desai : State

R. Desai : State Desai adopted the theory of dialectical materialism to explain the transformation of Indian society. He told how the qualitative change in India led to the rise of national consciousness.  Akshay Ramanlal Desai (AR Desai) was a particularly influential personality in Indian sociology. AR Desai (1915–1994) AR Desai is a sociologist who … Read more

D.P. Mukerji : Tradition and Change

D.P. Mukerji : Tradition and Change    The name of Dhrujati Prasad Mookerjee (D.P.Mukherjee) is taken with special respect among Indian sociologists. In the early 20th century, his contribution was important in determining the independent nature of social governance. Not only in sociology but in teaching, his lectures on educational events and work done by … Read more

G.S. Ghurye

G.S. Ghurye  Ghurye is credited with developing the first line of sociologists in independent India. M. N. Srinivas has called him a giant. Ghurye’s Sociology Govind Sadashiv Ghurye was the pioneer of Indian sociology. Some thinkers are of the opinion that he was the father of sociology in this country. Patrick Gais was the first … Read more

Indian Sociological Perspectives

  Indian Sociological Perspectives Indian Vidyashastra Basic Text Perspective   Indology is that perspective in which the method of historical and comparative study of Indian society on the basis of its original audience. Therefore, in the study of Indian social institutions, Bharati Vidyashastras use sources such as ancient history, epics, religious handwritten literature, etc. In … Read more

Sociological perspective

Sociological perspective  The literal meaning of the approach is. to bring “closer to reality”. Bhushan’ has defined the word perspective in the Dictionary of Sociology as follows – “A word used for values, beliefs, attitudes and meanings that give a person a framework for looking at the situation ( frame) and provides vision.    According … Read more