The Last of the Rebels: Ananda and his Masterda

The Last of the Rebels: Ananda and his Masterda
The role of armed rebellion in the struggle for Indian independence does not fit into the dominant discourse of non-violent nationalism. Yet, the fact is, that a hundred years ago, it was the 'ism' of fiery nationalism that ignited the Indian imagination. Ananda Gupta was 13 years old, when he participated in Masterda Surjya Sen's Chittagong Uprising. Captured, he spent sixteen years in prison including several in the Andaman Cellular Jail. The bilingual book in English and Bengali details his fascinating memoirs, and commemorates his birth centenary.

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