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Vidya Bhushan Rawat

Oral traditions of history need to be preserved. Many time those who have participated in various movements are confined to their local areas. Ambedkarite movem...


Vijay Gaibi More

No study of this kind has been attempted so far. Here is an effort been made to study the resistance shown by the village society of Maharashtra during the Mara...


Nandita Haksar , Sebastian Hongray

This first-of-its-kind book tells the story of the Naga national movement from the inside. Based on extensive interviews of the Naga nationalists, conducted in ...


Dr. Uday Mehta

Since the beginning of the century experiments of oppression of minorities' specifically Muslim minorities has rampantly increased along with loud slogans o...


Benjamin Kingsbury

‘Elegantly written, deeply moving, humane, angry without being polemical. One of the most compelling historical reconstructions of a climatic disaster tha...


Binu Mathew

When fascism knocks on our door we have only two choices. 1. To succumb to our fate and surrender meekly. 2. To fight back with all our means. It’s time I...


Qurratulain Hyder

‘This novel is a jewel in Urdu’s treasure.’—The Nation The song of the boatman on the Padma, a green haze of rice fields turning to g...


Nayantara Sahgal

Edited and with an Introduction by Nayantara Sahgal Essays by: Mani Shankar Aiyar, Kumar Ketkar, Inder Malhotra, Aditya and Mridula Mukherjee, Shiv Visvanath...


Christopher Snedden

SUMMARY In 1846, the British created the state of Jammu and Kashmir and then quickly sold this prized region to the powerful Raja Gulab Singh. Intriguingly, ...


Ashok Vajpeyi

Throughout Indian history, various individuals and groups have questioned, censured and debated authority—be it the state or empire, religious or politica...


Laxmi Murthy , Mitu Varma

Militarisation and violence as a response to conflict are now part of the global social order. In this book, twelve journalists explore the impact of such milit...


Naguib Mahfouz

When Naguib Mahfouz left his job as a civil servant in 1971, a Nobel Prize in literature was nowhere on the horizon, nor was his global recognition as the centr...