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How Chandrika Prasad Jigyasu concluded, ‘Buddha and Shiva are one and the same’

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‘बुद्ध शिव हैं और शिव ही बुद्ध’ : (चंद्रिकाप्रसाद जिज्ञासु का साहित्य – आठवां भाग)

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Kanwal bharti

Kanwal Bharti (born February 1953) is a progressive Ambedkarite thinker and one of the most talked-about and active contemporary writers. Dalit Sahitya Kee Avdharna and Swami Achootanand Harihar Sanchayita are his key books. He was conferred with Dr Ambedkar Rashtriya Award in 1996 and Bhimratna Puraskar in 2001

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