‘Mahishasur: Mithak va Paramparayen’: An intellectual intervention

It is unfortunate that in a giant pluralist society like India, cultural differences are talked about only in elitist idioms. The culture and tradition of the labouring Bahujan society is usually described as uncivilized, tasteless and and non-cultural and pushed to margins. ‘Mahishasur: Mithak Va Paramparayen’ intellectually challenges this attitude. This review by Virendra Yadav was published in the ‘Outlook’ magazine

This post is only available in Hindi.

Visit the Forward Press Facebook page and and follow us on Twitter @ForwardPressWeb

Forward Press also publishes books on Bahujan issues. Forward Press Books sheds light on the widespread problems as well as the finer aspects of Bahujan (Dalit, OBC, Adivasi, Nomadic, Pasmanda) society, culture, literature and politics. Contact us for a list of FP Books’ titles and to order. Mobile: +919968527911, Email: info@forwardmagazine.in)

The titles from Forward Press Books are also available on Kindle and these e-books cost less than their print versions. Browse and buy:

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