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The Naxalites and their ideology

Rabindra Ray

The Naxalites and their ideology

by Rabindra Ray

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Published by Oxford University Press in Delhi, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Naxalite Movement,
  • Communism -- India,
  • India -- Politics and government -- 1947-

  • Edition Notes

    StatementRabindra Ray
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 251 p. ;
    Number of Pages251
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16736485M
    ISBN 100195631250
    LC Control Number94001302
    OCLC/WorldCa29635163

      Naxalites are considered far-left radical communists, supportive of Maoist political sentiment and ideology. Their origin can be traced to the split in of the Communist Party of India. Ideology. The CPI (Maoist) believes that the Indian state is being "run by a collaboration of imperialists, the comprador bourgeoisie and feudal lords." According to the South Asia Terrorism Portal, the two factions of the Party adhered to differing strands of communism prior to their merger, although "both organisations shared their belief in the 'annihilation of class enemies' and in.

    Review of:Ray, Rabindra ( The Naxalities and Their Ideology, Third Edition: The Naxalities and Their Ideology, Third Edition (Oxford India Paperbacks). Order this book? Hence for the Naxalites 'the reality of the world was in the last instance "political"' [], in that what started as a movement for the revolutionizing of actual. In Alpa Shah, a London-based anthropologist, embarked on a seven-day, km trek through jungles and tough terrain from Bihar to Jharkhand, dressed as a man, with a platoon of Naxalites.

    Moist And Naxalite both group are considered as far left radical us track their origin/roots-> * Maoism: Maoism originated in China as a form of Communist theory derived from the teachings of the Chinese political leader Mao Zedong.   Ten years after its founding, the Naxalite movement began a resurgence, but 11 years after that, in , Rabindra Ray, author of a major book on the movement (The Naxalites and their Ideology. Delhi: Oxford University Press) could describe how weak they had become, “an insignificant irritant” to the established order.


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About The Book Deriving its name from the village Naxalbari in West Bengal, the Naxal movement has seen widespread revival in recent times. This book presents an insightful analysis of the movement by situating it within the contexts of Bengali society, strains of Indian communism, and the peasantry.

Rabindra Ray, who was actively involved in the movement in the early s, uses tools of. The Naxalite beginnings are by now history, and not a little nostalgia tinges the memory of these dreaded events. The leaders, the organizers, the spine, and the continuity of the movement are the revolutionary intellectuals.

The Naxalite movement is not principally a rural, agrarian problem as the doctrine of the Naxalites argues, but is a problem of the leading edge of the urban : Rabindra Ray.

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The Naxalites and Their Ideology Cited by: Ideology Bengali society The Naxalites in perspectives The Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) 'Semi-feudal, semi-colonial' The existential ideology of the Naxalites The heritage.

Series Title: Oxford India paperbacks: Responsibility: Rabindra Ray. Naxalites and their ideology. Delhi ; New York: Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book.

Download Citation | The Naxalites and their Ideology | The Naxalite beginnings are by now history, and not a little nostalgia tinges the memory of these dreaded events. The leaders, the organizers. The Naxalites take their name from an uprising of workers in the tea gardens of the north Bengal countryside, near Naxalbari, in early Since then 'Naxalite' and 'Naxalism' have become synonymous in India with communist revolutionary 'terrorism'.

The Naxalite movement itself, and most specifically its distinct ideology, has never been as closely and comprehensively studied as in the.

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Their origin can be traced to the split in of the Communist Party of India (CPI).They are the followers of Marxist-Leninist Theory. Inspired by the doctrines of Mao Zedong, Naxalites work to overthrow the government and upper classes by violence.

Naxalite, general designation given to several Maoist-oriented and militant insurgent and separatist groups that have operated intermittently in India since the mids. More broadly, the term—often given as Naxalism or the Naxal movement—has been applied to the communist insurgency itself.

The. A Naxal or Naxalite (/ ˈ n ʌ k s ə l aɪ t /) is a member of any political organisation that claims the legacy of the Communist Party of India (Marxist–Leninist), founded in Calcutta in The Communist Party of India (Maoist) is the largest existing political group in that lineage today in India.

The term Naxal derives from the name of the village Naxalbari in West Bengal, where the. The criticism against the Naxalites is that despite their ideology, they have over the years become just another terrorist outfit, extorting money from middle-level landowners (since rich.

: The Naxalities and Their Ideology, third edition (Oxford India Paperbacks) (): Rabindra Ray: Books. With Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu narrowly escaping an attempt on his life on Wednesday, October 1, the spotlight is once again on the Naxalites, their ideology, and their violent present a brief primer: Who are the Naxalites.

The Naxalites, also sometimes called the Naxals, is a loose term used to define groups waging a violent struggle on behalf of landless. Ray, The Naxalities and Their Ideology, third edition: The Naxalities and Their Ideology, third edition,Buch, Bücher schnell und portofrei Beachten Sie bitte die aktuellen Informationen unseres Partners DHL zu Liefereinschränkungen im Ausland.

Naxalites are a group of far-left radical communists, supportive of Maoist political sentiment and ideology. Their origin can be traced to the splitting in of the Communist Party of India (Marxist), leading to the formation of the Communist Party of India (Marxist–Leninist).

Initially the movement had its centre in West Bengal. Naxalites are considered far-left radical communists, supportive of Maoist political sentiment and ideology. Their origin can be traced to the split in of the Communist Party of India (Marxist), leading to the formation of the Communist Party of India (Marxist–Leninist).

Initially the movement had its centre in West Bengal.Spectrality beyond Control: The Naxal Uncanny- Re-thinking the Extential Ideology of The Naxalites through the lens of Raghav BAndyopdhyay’s Journal Sottor Anirban Bhattacharjee The Post-colonial Critic and Her Naxalite Past: Postcolonial Anammensis and the Retrospect of the Naxalite Movement in Nabaneeta Dev Sen’s Phoneix.

Naxalites usually use the method of guerrilla warfare and attack the central forces and the state police forces, making them their targets and killing many.

Naxalism is one of the main concerns of the government and a major bone of contention between the progressive development of the forest areas and backward areas which are the breeding.