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Cultural identity and claims

Indian historians have always written a history of the victors. They have either portrayed negatively those who suffered defeat or given them a fleeting reference. ‘Mahishasur: Mithak va Paramparayein’ presents a new perspective on Indian history. This a review of the book by Dharmendra Sushant, published in ‘Hindustan’

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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

धर्मेंद्र सुशांत

Dharmendra Sushant is a senior journalist and an author