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  1.  Comintern and the Destiny of Communism in India 1919-1943

    After the opening of Moscow's Comintern archives and the archives of the Communist Party of Great Britain in the 1990s, this is the first full length study of the impact of the Communist International ( Comintern) on the shaping of Indian communism. Based on materials collected from these once forbidden archives, the book also takes into consideration the private papers of Horst Krueger in Berlin, a whole range of inner- party documents and the new Comintern historiography ( primarily Russian and German, apart from English) that has developed over the years. The book is the culmination of the author's research for more than a decade on the shaping of communism in India in the Comintern period. The Present edition of the book incorporates many new materials which have come to the surface since the publication of the first edition in 2006 and also introduces a comparative perspective, highlighting how communism developed in the countries of the East, and examines how the path chosen by the Indian communists was so different from that of the Communist Parties in China, Vietnam, Indonesia and Korea, for example. A Malayalam version of the first edition of the book, was published in 2010. A German version of the present revised and enlarged edition was published in 2012. Learn More
  2. Congress Nehru O Bharatiya Musalman

    Congress Nehru O Bharatiya Musalman

    Author: Bipan Chandra and Mushirul Hasan


    Congress Nehru O Bharatiya Musalman Learn More
  3. Agranthita Chinmohan Sehanobis- I

    Agranthita Chinmohan Sehanobis- I

    Author: Compiled and Edited by Sibaditya Dasgupta


    Agranthita Chinmohan Sehanobis- I Learn More
  4. Banglar Zamindar

    Banglar Zamindar

    Author: Benoy Kumar Sarkar- Introduced and edited by Dr. Nikhilesh Guha


    Banglar Zamindar Learn More

    CONTENTS 1. RadharamanChakrabarty : Re-Visiting the Raja. 2. SobhanlalDatta Gupta, Rammohun Roy and his Quest for Modernity: Revisiting his Interpreters 3. ParthaPratimBasu, Rammohun Roy: A Path breaking Inquiry into the Colonial Economy 4. ShibashisChatterjee and RudrasekharBasu, The Domestic and the ‘Global’: The Dual Registers of Rammohun’s Liberalism 5. ImankalyanLahiri and ParthaPratimBasu, Rammohun Roy and the Unitarians: An Enduring Connect 6. Parikshit Thakur, Re-viewing Rammohun Roy’s Idea of Tolerance Editor: Partha Pratim Basu Contributors RadharamanChakrabarty: Former Vice chancellor, NetajiSubhas Open University, Kolkata SobhanlalDatta Gupta, Former Surendranath Banerjee Professor of Political Science, University of Calcutta ParthaPratimBasu, Professor of International Relations, Jadavpur University ShibashisChatterjee, Professor of International Relations, Jadavpur University ImankalyanLahiri, Associate Professor of International Relations, Jadavpur University RudrasekharBasu, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Chapra Govt. College, Nadia, West Bengal Parikshit Thakur, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Dwijendralal College, Krishnanagar, West Bengal Learn More
  6. Antonio Gramsci-Selected Writings (Volume I) in Bengali

    Antonio Gramsci-Selected Writings (Volume I) in Bengali

    Author: Translated and Edited by Sourin Bhattacharya and Samik Bandyopadhyay


    Antonio Gramsci-Selected Writings (Volume I) in Bengali-Translated and Edited by Sourin Bhattacharya and Samik Bandyopadhyay. Learn More
  7. Karl Marx-Bicentennial (1818-2018) Lectures

    Karl Marx-Bicentennial (1818-2018) Lectures

    Author: Sobhanlal Dutta Gupta, Sourin Bhattacharya, Sudipta Kaviraj


    First Lecture- Exploring Marx in the Post-Soviet Era: New Frontiers, New Perspectives- by Sobhanlal Datta Gupta. Former Surendra Nath Banerjee Professor of Political Science, University of Calcutta. Second Lecture- Capital:Nature of the Text Its Implication for the Present- by Sourin Bhattacharya Former Professor of Economics, Jadavpur University Third Lecture- Marx's Truth: A Historical Reading of his Thought- by Sudipta Kaviraj Professor Department of Middle Eastern, South Asian and African Studies- Columbia University Learn More
  8. Prasanga Paschimi Marxbad: Boktritamala Gramsci theke Habermas

    A Collection of Lectures by Sobhanlal Datta Gupta Learn More
  9. In Search Of A Dream- Student struggle In West Bengal: Communists And Their Opponents(1960-1972)

    In this book I have tried to discuss the student movement of West Bengal from 1960 to 1972. In doing so I have mainly focused on the different trends of communist student movements during the said period and at the said time. I have discussed the rise and growth of Chatra Parishad(CP) as an alternative force in the student movement of the sixties of the last century.The period 1960 to 1972 was very eventful in the socio-political and cultural history of West Bengal in general, and during this period, the student movement in the state had been passing through a critical juncture.-Author. Learn More
  10. Democracy, Politics and Society in Contemporary India

    Democracy, Politics and Society in Contemporary India

    Author: Edited by Professor Harihar Bhattacharyya, PhD (LSE)


    More people live with electoral democracy in India than in Europe and the US combined. If we are to understand democracy as a form of government, with its successes and failures, its ability to create peace and development or its ability to falter, create division and give rise to majoritarianism, authoritarian leaders or identitarian movements, we need to understand democracy in India. This intellectually engaging collection of articles is a valued contribution to this endeavour because it challenges us to investigate democracy as an ongoing process, its final goal never defined. The collection has profound lessons not just for understanding India’s democracy but for democracy, political legitimacy and societal capacity world-wide. Arild Engelsen Ruud University of Oslo Contents Preface and acknowledgments List of Tables List of Figures Notes on Contributors Harihar Bhattacharyya: Introduction: Democracy, More Questions, Few Answers Chapter 1 Subrata K Mitra: Citizenship in India: the puzzling resilience of an imported concept Chapter 2 Sudipta Kaviraj: Two Concepts of Democracy and the Left in West Bengal Chapter 3 Sobhanlal Datta Gupta: Revisioning the Left in today's India : Towards an alternative understanding Chapter 4 Surajit Ch. Mukhopadhyay: The Right and the Left: Contemporary India and the crises in Indian Democracy Chapter 5 Kaushik Bhattacharya: Independent Candidates in Lok Sabha Elections Chapter 6 Sumantra Bhattacharya: Political Marketing in India: How Political Parties in India Make Use of the Marketing Tools Chapter 7 Sukanta Bhattacharyya: Limits of Positive Discrimination in India’s Localities: Does it signal a failure of India’s Democracy? Chapter 8 Bibhas Bagchi: For a Radical Democracy: Understanding and Contesting Hierarchies in India Chapter 9 Syeda Layla Khaled: Muslim Women in India: Between Democratic Citizenship and Muslim Identity Chapter 10 Abhisek Karmakar: The Making of India’s Democracy Discourse: Contributions of Dwarakanath Vidyabhusan Chapter 11 Sahon Bhattacharyya:Reappraising the value of the traditional: Indian social ontology beyond the Western episteme Chapter 12 Joyjit Ghosh: Symptomatic Politics, Asymptomatic Media in India Chapter 13 Harihar Bhattacharyya: Indian Democracy’s Civil and Political Society: A critique of Partha Chatterjee Appendices 1. Jyotirmay Bhattacharya: A short Biography of late Kalyan K Bhattacharya 2. Kalyani Bhattacharyya: Kalyan Bhattacharya: A Reminiscence 3. Writings of Kalyan Bhattacharyya: (re-reprinted) a. Sociology of Inequalities: Bankim Chandra’s Essay on Samya (1992) (pp. 85-107) Journal of Socio-Political Studies, Vol 1, 1992. b. Bhudev and Modernity: Nationalism and Beyond (2007) (pp. 30-45) Index Learn More

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