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Democrats and Dissenters by Ramachandra Guha

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Book Name:- Democrats and Dissenters

Author Name:- Ramachandra Guha

Democrats and Dissenters is a work of rigorous scholarship on topics of compelling contemporary interest, written with charm and smartness.

The book Democrats and Dissenters includes a wide range of themes: from the responsibilities of writers to the complex relationship between democracy and violence, from the varying national projects of India’s neighbors to political dispute within India itself. It has essays critically assessing the work of Eric Hobsbawm and Amartya Sen, essays on the tragic predicament of tribals in India—who are, as Ramachandra demonstrates, far worse off than Muslims or Dalits, yet get a fraction of the attention—and on the peculiar absence of a tradition of conservative intellectuals in India.

Each essay takes up an influential intellectual or an important topic, as a window to explore major political and cultural debates in India and the world. Democrats and Dissenters is a book that is certain to be widely read and even more widely discussed.

About the Author Ramachandra Guha

Ramachandra Guha is one of the India’s bestselling author. He is the author of the bestselling book “India After Gandhi: The History of the World’s Largest Democracy“. The first volume of his landmark biography of Gandhi, Gandhi before India, was published in 2013; the 2nd and concluding volume will be published in early 2018.




His many books include a pioneering work of environmental history (The Unquiet Woods), an award-winning social history of sport (A Corner of a Foreign Field: The Indian History of a British Sport).

Ramachandra Guha

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1 Comment

  1. GuRnoor KAur says:

    i read your last book “India After Gandhi: The History of the World’s Largest Democracy“. Brilliantly written.

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