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Baburao Bagul (1930-2008) was a Marathi writer, poet and playwright regarded as among the most prolific and influential Dalit voices of his generation. Born in Nashik and growing up in Mumbai, Bagul's oeuvre was shaped by Ambedkarite and Marxist thought, and he was a major figure in the radical group Dalit Panthers.



Manav Kambli is a writer, editor and translator with a degree in Literary and Cultural Studies from FLAME University, Pune. He has co-edited and contributed to Jamshedpur: 100 Years and Counting for The Marg Foundation and has published in literary magazines such as Lila: Inter-ActionsHelter Skelterand Andolan. Currently, his focus is on translating the works of marginalized Marathi authors, including Hamid Dalwai and Baburao Bagul.

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  • ISBN: 9789357317733
  • Author: Baburao Bagul
  • Publisher: Hachette India
  • Pages: 200
  • Format: Paperback
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Baburao Bagul (1930-2008) was a Marathi writer, poet and playwright regarded as among the most prolific and influential Dalit voices of his generation. Born in Nashik and growing up in Mumbai, Bagul's oeuvre was shaped by Ambedkarite and Marxist thought, and he was a major figure in the radical group Dalit Panthers.



Manav Kambli is a writer, editor and translator with a degree in Literary and Cultural Studies from FLAME University, Pune. He has co-edited and contributed to Jamshedpur: 100 Years and Counting for The Marg Foundation and has published in literary magazines such as Lila: Inter-ActionsHelter Skelterand Andolan. Currently, his focus is on translating the works of marginalized Marathi authors, including Hamid Dalwai and Baburao Bagul.

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