Khairlanji: A Strange and Bitter Crop

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Khairlanji: A Strange and Bitter Crop

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On 29 September 2006, in Khairlanji, Maharashtra, Surekha Bhotmange and her daughter Priyanka Bhotmange were stripped, paraded naked, raped repeatedly and killed. Surekhas sons Roshan and Sudhir were lynched. The entire village was involved. The four bodies were dumped into a canal. The Bhotmanges were dalit. The Bhotmanges have been forgotten. After all, two dalits are m On 29 September 2006, in Khairlanji, Maharashtra, Surekha Bhotmange and her daughter Priyanka Bhotmange were stripped, paraded naked, raped repeatedly and killed. Surekhas sons Roshan and Sudhir were lynched. The entire village was involved. The four bodies were dumped into a canal. The Bhotmanges were dalit. The Bhotmanges have been forgotten. After all, two dalits are murdered every day in India. Anand Teltumbde reconstructs one of post-independence Indias worst caste atrocities and tells us how and why Khairlanjis are always around us.

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On 29 September 2006, in Khairlanji, Maharashtra, Surekha Bhotmange and her daughter Priyanka Bhotmange were stripped, paraded naked, raped repeatedly and killed. Surekhas sons Roshan and Sudhir were lynched. The entire village was involved. The four bodies were dumped into a canal. The Bhotmanges were dalit. The Bhotmanges have been forgotten. After all, two dalits are m On 29 September 2006, in Khairlanji, Maharashtra, Surekha Bhotmange and her daughter Priyanka Bhotmange were stripped, paraded naked, raped repeatedly and killed. Surekhas sons Roshan and Sudhir were lynched. The entire village was involved. The four bodies were dumped into a canal. The Bhotmanges were dalit. The Bhotmanges have been forgotten. After all, two dalits are murdered every day in India. Anand Teltumbde reconstructs one of post-independence Indias worst caste atrocities and tells us how and why Khairlanjis are always around us.
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Title Khairlanji: A Strange and Bitter Crop Height 21.6
Teltumbde Anand Width 14
ISBN-13 9788189059156 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 #8189059157 Spine Width
Publisher Navayana Publishing Pages 214
Edition 2010 Availability Out Of Stock

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