Sarmistha Dutta Gupta, publisher of Ebong Alap books and an independent researcher, has also written Identities and Histories: Women's Writing and politics in Bengal (Stree, 2010).
Four women—all from the most oppressed, marginalized segments of society. Whether it is Dhouli, the young Dusad woman who finds herself an outcast in her own villag... Read More
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