Summary: Who Was Shivaji?
Author :  Govind Pansare
ISBN : 81-86995-39-0
Price :  Rs. 20/-
Published : Lokvangmaya Gruha
First Edition : 1988
Author: Govind Pansare
Summary: The victory of fascism in Europe between the wars was an incalculable human catastrophe. This collection of essays contains the first-ever English translation of Arthur Rosenberg’s fascinating analysis of the emergence of fascism in Europe, as well as a short introduction to the essay that explains its significance, and then four contributions that extend the framework to India – dealing in turn with Savarkar and...
Author: Edited by Jairus Banaji
Summary: The assassination of Mahatma Gandhi on 30 January 1948 was a declaration of war and a statement of intent.
Author: Teesta Setalvad
Summary: This witty, tongue-in-cheek novel that laughs at the foibles and hypocrisies of Brahmins and upper castes across India begins with a crime.
Author: Kancha Ilaiah
Summary: Wilhelm Reich’s significance in terms of a history of the Left is that he was probably the only major figure on the Left in the interwar years to argue strongly for the integration of a cultural politics into revolutionary political work, anticipating a strand of politics that only the emergence of feminism would foreground in a major way, and this decades later.
Author: Andreas Peglau
Summary: Concerned by the divisive forces of communalism, and its influence on children, the Centre for Science, Culture and Education conducted a workshop to examine ways of dealing with the situation. This collection of short stories focusing on communal harmony is an offshoot of this workshop.
Author: Githa Hariharan
Summary: by Sarat Chandra Chatterjee (Author)
Paperback: 368 pages
Publisher: Rupa (1 April 2002)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 8171671241
ISBN-13: 978-8171671243
Author: Sarat Chandra Chatterjee
Summary: By RB Sreekumar, IPS (Retd) Gujarat Cadre
ISBN: 9788170495109
Page: 256
Author: RB Sreekumar