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JangalnamaThe profound insights offered in Jangalnama are the result of Satnam s close observation of the guerillas and adivasis of Bastar Varavara Rao Maoist guerillas always on the move always on guard living deep in the jungles of Bastar Outlawed demonized and hunted by the state they are perceived with fear incomprehe. It is a simple travelogue where Satnam gives us a glimpse of the Jal Jangal Zameen movement around winter 2001 Describes the simple life in the jungle it's people and guerillas and their feelings A good insight into the conviction and commitment of the Maoists in India Interesting to know that even though movement is highly localised the guerillas discuss and are aware of struggles around the world and its impact on them

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FREE DOWNLOAD ò Jangalnama Ñ The profound insights offered in Jangalnama are the result of Satnam s close observation of the guerillas and adivasis of Bastar Varavara Rao Maoist guerillas always on the move always on guard living deep in the jungles of Bastar Outlawed demonized and hunted by the state they are perceived with fear incomprehension and terrNsion and terror by the outside world Satnam spent two months in remarkable intimacy with the guerrillas travelling with them sharing their food and shelter experiencing their lives first hand Through his up close and personal account of their daily lives we register them as human made of flesh and bone We are p. Junglenama is like a diary of the Maoist areas Satnam visited and he just tells the story not analyzing things too much While it makes it a good start near the end the book starts getting repetitive Still something to read if you're interested in knowing what happens in those areas of our country

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Ersuaded to appreciate their commitment to root out oppression Jangalnama is not merely a travelogue recording Satnam s days in the jungle It is a compelling argument to recognize the humanity of those in conflict with the mainstream of Indian society and to acknowledge their dream of a world free of exploitatio. This is far from being a very neutral book Most of the times the author will try to shove propaganda down your throat Yet this is a real eye opener to the struggles of Maoists trying to fight against oppression and ineuality It kept me wondering why not take the democratic route instead of the violent