Some brown people, some not so brown.

Some Hindu, some Muslim, some Dalit, some Jat.

Some women people, some men people.

Do we even know what all these types mean?

Recommended Books for Teachers in English

Indian People In The Struggle For Freedom

Five Essays by Prabhat Patnaik, Irfan Habib, K.N. Panikar, Amit Kumar Gupta
ISBN: 81-86219-29-3
Pp: 138
Price: Rs. 70/-
EditiOn: 2004
Listening To Culture: Constructing Reality From Everyday Talk

Author: Nandita Chaudhary
Book Summary
Listening to Culture presents everyday cultural activity in Indian family and community life in order to demonstrate why and how such activity must be encompassed in the study of individuals and collectives. The author explores the rich world of everyday talk_in families, with children, between friends, at the work place_and shows the significance of this domain of social activity for an understanding of culture.
India's living languages: The Critical Issues

Sumi Krishna, Media Foundation Allied Publishers, 1991 - History - 274 pages
India Is Home To A Very Large Number Of Languages. She Must Also Be Among The Few Multilingual Societies In The World Engaged In Building A New Nation Without Actively Forging A Common Means Of Communication-Hindi Being The Official And Not The National Language. This Book Explores How India Has Managed Or Must Manage Its Linguistic Pluralism. Dustjacket Slightly Damaged.
The saffron agenda in education: An Exposé

Safdar Hashmi Memorial Trust
Safdar Hashmi Memorial Trust, 2001 - Education - 76 pages
Contributed articles against communalisation of education in India.
The Red Flower
Isbn: 81-86219-81-2
Author: Safdar Hashmi
Illustrations: Mona Rai
Language: English
PP: 34
Price: 50/-
Edition: 2007
Understanding Harappa : Civilization In The Greater Indus Valley
Shereen Ratnaga Tulika, 2001 - History - 165 pages
This Slim Volume Is An Attempt To Rouse The Interest Of Students And Non-Specialists In The Early Civilization Of The Greater Indus Valley And Adjoining Regions Of Pakistan And India. The Indus Civilization Is Moreover, Set In The Context Of Contemporary Cultures Of South Asia As Well As Relevant Happenings In Western And Central Asia, In The Attempt To Cast An Overall Perspective. There Are Illustrations Of Site Plans And Of Artifacts, And Maps Assist The Reader To Make A Carefuly Study.
The Outcaste

Sharankumar Limbale, Translated form Marathi by, Santosh Bhoomkar
Oxford University Press, 2003 - Social Science - 121 pages
First published in 1984, The Outcaste is a first-person account of the dehumanizing impact of caste oppression in India.
Cultural transaction and early India: Tradition And Patronage

Romila Thapar
Oxford University Press, 1994 - History - 40 pages
This is a reissue, with corrections, in Oxford India Paperbacks, of two lectures by the eminent historian Romila Thapar. Professor Thapar argues that traditions which revolve around ideas are not handed down unchanged from generation to generation, but are often evolved in recent times, drawing on the perceived requirement of such times.
Growing Up Untouchable In India: A Dalit Autobiography

Vasant Moon, Gail Omvedt - 2001 - 203 pages - Preview
n this English translation, Moon's story is usefully framed by apparatus necessary to bring its message to even those taking their first look at South Asian culture. - More editions
Totto-chan: The Little Girl At The Window
By Tetsuko Kuroyanagi, Dorothy Britton

Tetsuko Kuroyanagi, Dorothy Britton - 1996 - 232 pages - Preview

An actress, television personality, and writer recounts her experiences as a "problem child" at school, which lead to her being sent to an independent school, where she proved the goal of the school: to develop the potential of each child - More editions
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