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A Bahujan retelling of the farmers’ revolt in Awadh

Writers hailing from the Bahujan community are now looking at historical events from a new perspective. Subashchandra Kushwaha is one of them. He has recently published ‘Awadh ki Kisan Vidroh’ on the heels of his first book, ‘Chauri-Chaura: Vidroh aur Swadhinta Andolan’

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About The Author

Chandrabhushan Gupta

Chandrabhushan Gupta ‘Ankur’ is a professor in the Department of History, Gorakhpur University. He is the author of ‘Bharatiya Navjagaran ke Agradoot: Jotiba Phule’ and ’Cinema aur Itihaas’. He contributes regularly to various newspapers and magazines. Gupta is also the editor of ‘Gorakhpur Social Scientist', a bilingual journal

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