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India’s true history has Bahujans at its centre

The government is reportedly going to have India's history rewritten again. What then is the intention behind this plan? Historian Subash Chandra Kushwaha shares his thoughts on the issue

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The Case for Bahujan Literature

Mahishasur: A people’s hero

Dalit Panthers: An Authoritative History

Mahishasur: Mithak wa Paramparayen

The Common Man Speaks Out

Jati ke Prashn Par Kabir

About The Author

Subhash Chandra Kushwaha

Subhash Chandra Kushwaha is known in Hindi society both for his fiction and his key interventions and new perspectives in history writing. Among his works on history are 'Chauri-Chaura: Vidroh aur Swadheenta Andolan', 'Awadh ka Kishan Vidroh: 1920 se 1922', 'Kabir Hain ki Marte Nahin', 'Bhil Vidroh ka Itihaas', 'Tantya Bhil: The Great Indian Moonlighter' and 'Chauri-Chaura par Aupniveshik Nyay'.

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