June 10, 2023


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‘Angaaray’: A Searing Collective

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A truly incredible exposé of feudal aristocracy in the 1930s, writes Pradyot Lal in Tehelka

ANGAARAYAt a time when the country has been in the throes of a major debate on religious polarisation, this incredible collection of short stories by a distinguished set of writers is a significant event in itself. The sheer depth of this anthology and its searing search for the real face of north Indian Muslims explains why the colonial masters took the unprecedented step of banning Angaaray when it appeared in 1932.

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