The Tebhaga Movement In Kakdwip
This Treatise Is A Comprehensive Account Of The Tebhaga Struggle In Kakdwip In South Bengal Having Both Micro And Macro Levels Of Information And Organisation Of The Peasantry And The Outbreak Of The Movement. This Study Is Specially Significant For Its Political Party Where The Genesis Of The Movement Arising Out Of The Oppression Of The Upper Stratum From Lotdars To Jotdars Is Discussed.
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Land and the people
Genesis of the Movement
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