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Curse of Badam Pahar: Savages of the East

Amar Mudi (Author) Nirmal Kanti Bhattacharjee (Foroward)

The tribal people, the original inhabitants of India, were displaced from their well- developed settlements for various socio- economic reasons. Epics and scriptures from the Vedic Period depict the tribal people as savages, slaves and cannibals. The story revolves around two young men in the south of Bengal, the hot bed of extremist movement. The men were witness to the violent Food Movement of 1964, the uprising of the landless in 1967 and inally the large-scale violence with the advent of Naxals. The novel traces the history of the tribal people, their love-hate relationship, the manner in which they were treated as savages and how they got assimilated into the mainstream.

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Title Curse of Badam Pahar: Savages of the East
Format Softcover
Date published: 03.03.2015
Edition 1st. ed.
Publisher LiFi Publications
Language: English
isbn 9382536167, 9789382536161
length 218p., 20cm.