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Banafar Chandra’s works underline OBC Literature’s strengths

Through his novels “Zamin” and “Dhara”, he daringly opens up about southern Bihar’s society and struggles from the 1970s all the way to the second decade of the 21st century. His literature makes the villages and surroundings come alive while also asking questions

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About The Author

Hareram Singh

Hareram Singh, a poet and critic, is a winner of FORWARD Press Literary and Journalism Award 2013. The award is given by the FP Readers' Club Sasaram for the best article/report written by a Bahujan author/journalist in FP.

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