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Red Sun By Sudeep Chakravarti

Serving chief minister was nearly killed in a landmine explosion triggered by the Naxalites He meets Maoist leaders and sympathizers policemen bureaucrats politicians security analysts development workers farmers and tribals people big and small who comprise the actors and the audience in this war being fought in jungles and impoverished villages across India What emerges is a sobering picture of a deeply divided society and the dangers that lie ahead for India. If you want to understand the history and practice of the Maoist revolution in India try Hello Bastar or Arundhati Roy s extraordinary Walking With the Comrades If

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In 1967 Naxalbari a village in West Bengal became the centre of a Mao inspired militant peasant uprising guided by firebrand intellectuals Today Naxalism is no longer the Che Guevara style revolution that it was Spread across 15 of India's 28 states it is one of the world's biggest most sophisticated extreme Left movements and feeds off the misery and anger of the dispossessed Since the late 1990s hardly a week has passed without people dying in strikes and cou. A surprisingly well written and well researched account on the subjectThe book starts with some detailed maps and statistics regarding the people s war movement

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Nter strikes by the Maoists interchangeably known as the Naxalites and police and paramilitary forces In this disturbing examination of the 'Other India' Sudeep Chakravarti combines political history extensive interviews and individual case histories as he travels to the heart of Maoist zones in the country Chhattisgarh home to the controversial state sponsored Salwa Judum programme to contain Naxalism Jharkhand West Bengal Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh where a. Middle class India is snug in the belief that India s primary security threats are terrorism emanating from Pakistan and aggressive designs on our territory by the


10 thoughts on “Red Sun By Sudeep Chakravarti

  1. says:

    A surprisingly well written and well researched account on the subjectThe book starts with some detailed maps and statistics regarding the people’s war movement in India and ends with the urban perspective plan 2004 of CPI Maoist attached as an appendix The amount of organisation and how widespread the movement is is both revealing and scaryA travelogue rather than a history as the author himself claims but

  2. says:

    very balanced book on the naxalite movement in india It traces the roots of the maoist insurgency in india as well as their ideology The author has some very interesting if not frightening conclusions about the conseuence of such a revolution to the state the idea of 'In Landcity' states surrounded by ' Out land' areas doe

  3. says:

    Red Sun Sudeep ChakaravartiNaxalbari has not died and it will never die – Charu MujumdarNaxalism is one of the most debate

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    Middle class India is snug in the belief that India's primary security threats are terrorism emanating from Pakistan and agg

  5. says:

    Red Sun is a travelogue and should not be mistaken as a purely academic foray into Naxalism Sudeep Chakravarti has written a fabulous account of his travels to the oft ignored parts of the country Much of inform

  6. says:

    Brave repetitive dry thought provoking and sometimes incoherent The author talks of his travels thru areas infested with Naxalism Talks with both rural and urban ideologues police officers etc get repetitiveI liked narration style of Rahul Pandita 's books Hello Bastar The Untold Story of India's Maoist Movement and The Absent State Insurge

  7. says:

    Would have liked background on CPIMaoist

  8. says:

    If you want to understand the history and practice of the Maoist revolution in India try Hello Bastar or Arundhati Roy's extraordinary Walking With the Comrades If you want to understand the particular and peculiar anxieties of Indian liberals read this

  9. says:

    Red Sun Sudeep ChakravartiRed Sun Travels in Naxalite country is a great travelogue in a true sense as the title suggests

  10. says:

    The book portrays an unbiased view of the issue of naxalism A travelogue primarily the book captures the thoughts of the author as he visits and subseuently introspects trying to make sense of what he sees and hears from the people concerned with the issue The interviews with different people be it within the structure of 'state' the figurative demon according to leftists or the minds of the radical movement provide th

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