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The book analyses the Leftist Movement in Odisha from 1964 to 1991. Against this backdrop the Communist Party was formed in Odisha in 1936. After the split in the Communist Party of India in 1964, over the attitude to be adopted to the sino-Indian conflict, into two faction of the Party named as the Communist Party of India (CPI) and the Communist Party of India (Manist) the CPI(M) came into being with initially hostile and eventually differing interpretations of communisms.
The Split of Communist Party at All-India level had its impact on state level and in Orissa CPI had CPI(M) came into existed in 1969. Both the parties organised the workers, landless people and peasants and strove for the ametioration of their living condition.
This period witnessed the study Leftist Movement in a global perspective as well as in the Indian contest including a comparative picture of the Pre- Independence and Post-Independence scenes.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Dr.Surendra Kumar Biswal was born in 1966 in the village Kesharipur of Baltimore District of Orissa. He had obtained his BA (Hons) from Upendra Math College and MA in History in Utkal University. He had aslo done his M Phil, Ph.D, D.Litt. He worked as a Lecturer in History and Head of the Department History. He is the author of 'The Integration of Princely States of Orissa: A Case Study of Nilgiri'. He has coedited 'Orissan Renaissance and Role of Balasore' and contributed several research papers to the National, International and State Journals. He has organized three National and a State Level Seminars in History. Apart from being closely associated with profesional organizations like Indian History Congress and Orissa History Congress, Dr.Biswal is linked with many social and educational forums.
SKU Code 97689386655752 Weight in Kg 0.4000 Brand Pacific Books International Dispatch Period in Days 2 ISBN No. 9789386655752 Author Name Dr. Surendra Kumar Biswal Publisher Name PACIFIC BOOKS INTERNATIONAL