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Dr. Yengde has published peer-reviewed articles in interdisciplinary journals.

He is a syndicated columnist with many publications across the world.

Dr. Yengde has published over 150 essays, articles, and book reviews in multiple languages in academic and non-academic journals in the field of caste, race, labor, and migration in the global south and, ethnicity studies.

His writings and essays have appeared in many renowned publications like Ethnic & Racial Studies, Economic & Political Weekly, Al Jazeera, BBC, and The Caravan among others.

Dr. Yengde writes fortnightly columns for The Indian Express and is a syndicated columnist at The Hindustan Times, The Hindu, The Huffington Post, The Print, The Citizen, Globe & Post, The Mexican Times and The Conversation.

There was a man who, when he filed his reports for The Indian Express this past century, ran his pen like a sharpened sword. Those who know or are acquainted with the man are well aware that he is unvarnished. His words are not to be taken lightly and more for the brilliance and polished elegance they proffer.

भारताचे आणि जगाचे भविष्य कसे असेल? ह्याचा मागोवा घेतलाय डॉ, सूरज एंगडे ह्यांनी.

Like Indians, Sri Lankans seem to be cognisant of the many invasions that happened in South India and how Hinduism was brought in to challenge Buddhism. They also faced the desecration of their sacred sites in the past and during the civil war.

The most important sites for the desert religions are in Jerusalem, where Judaism, Christianity and Islam stake their claim. The fight for their ownership has changed the region’s portfolio.

Dalit Art


What is the purpose of art? This question has baffled artists as much as art admirers and critics. I believe the purpose of art cannot be defined in simplistic terms. Art has an objective: to serve human emotions and vulnerability.

It is one of the rarest statements of a Dalit youth’s journey, written with passion and candour. The present book under review both educates and places a certain responsibility upon its readers.

A doctorate in Adivasi history from Jawaharlal Nehru University, Umar Khalid has been an active comrade student on campus.

A book that forces naysayers to acknowledge the reality of Dalit merit and provides invaluable insider knowledge about what it takes to become an upright officer in the civil services.

The murder of leaders like Dr Narendra Dabholkar, Prof M M Kalburgi and Govind Pansare, who guided an agenda of public good and promoted constitutional values says a lot about the direction the country is heading.