Born on April 11, 1827, Phule is remembered for his revolutionary critical reasoning, fearless resistance against societal evils and everlasting concern for the marginalised.
Dutt's book is humane in its assertion, extensive in its research and brilliant in its articulation.
Savitribai Phule's poetry is progressive, assertive and at the same time, questioning, and playful.
When dominant-caste publishers write about caste, their narratives term it as a bane of the 'past'. This publication challenges this with their books.
The Marathi poet, writer and Dalit activist didn't aim to fit into what the aristocrats considered refined, he asserted his realities as ragingly as he felt like.
Mainstream feminism in India has failed its own foundation by failing to remember Fatima Sheikh and her idea of inclusive education.