Sanhati Publications

Sanhati Selections 2012-2013 (Newly Published, available now at Delhi Book Fair)

At World Book Fair, Delhi (15-23 Feb), available here :
1) Shramik Duniya, Hall no 18, stall number: 135
2) Gargi, Hall no 18, stall number: 116
3) Aakar: Hall no 11, stall number: 72


Table of contents


The book is obtained at the following places in Kolkata Book Fair 2014

Book stalls:
Ganabarta – Stall no. 332
Nagarik Mancha – Stall no. 360
Guruchandali – Stall no. 415
APDR – Stall no. 433
Setu Prakashani – Stall no. 146
Ekhan Bisambad – Stall no. 443
SEARCH – Stall no. 469

Little magazine pavilion
Ei Muhurte

To obtain copies of the book, contact : communications [at] sanhati [dot] com


Availability in Kolkata Book Fair 2012:

Book stalls: Nagarik Mancha, Search, New Horizon Book Trust, Ekhon Bi-sambad
Little magazine stalls: Ei muhurte (USDF), Bikalpo (PDSF), New Dawn

Books available: Sanhati Selections 2011, Sovereign are the People (by Dipanjan Rai Chaudhuri), and Sanhati Sankalan 2010. Details below.


Sanhati Publications 2011

Sanhati published two books at the beginning of 2011, based on its online content over the course of the previous year. A review of the books, published in Economic and Political Weekly, is available here [PDF, English] ยป

Locations in Kolkata: Bookmark (behind College Square), Boi Chitra (on 2nd floor of Coffee House), Peoples Book Society, New Horizon Book Trust, Camp, Rasbehari book stall.

Locations in Delhi: JNU campus – Geeta bookstore, Jawahar Bookstore and PPH Bookstore

Click here to read Introduction to Sovereign are the People by Dipanjan Rai Chaudhuri. Sanhati publication, 2011.

Click here to read Introduction to Sanhati Selections 2011

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Sanhati Sankalan 2010



Sanhati is pleased to announce the publication of our book, entitled Sanhati Sangraha, which is an anthology of articles by the members of our collective. The book is now available for purchase for Rs. 25.

The Bengali edition is available at Kalyan Ghosh’s stall at Rashbehari Ave crossing, Kolkata, and a few other upcoming locations.

To order a copy, please get in touch with us at

sanhatiindia [at] sanhati [dot] com

The table of contents is enclosed for your consideration. An English edition is also available in limited quantites.

Sanhati is an organization of activists, students, academics, and professionals dedicated to fighting neo-liberalism in India, with a special focus on Bengal where the nominally “leftist” government is spearheading a neo-liberal assault on the lives and livelihoods of the poor and working people.

The Sanhati Collective

Table of Contents

Sanhati: The Journey So Far

The Sanhati CollectiveA Few Words About Sanhati – Gautam Navlakha

Globalisation of Capital: Some Questions – Debarshi Das

Nandigram and Blind Faith in Industrialisation – Sunil

Will the “Great Indian Middle Class” Show Up, Please – Partho Sarathi Ray

Singur: A Model of Neoliberal Industrialisation – Deepankar Basu

Accumulation by Dispossession under the Aegis ofa “Communist Party” – David Harvey on West Bengal – Deepankar Basu and Debarshi Das

Gravest Displacement, Bravest Resistance: The Struggleof Adivasis of Bastar, Chhattisgarh against Imperialist-Corporate Landgrab – Sudha Bharadwaj

The “People’s Movement Left” and Rammanohar Lohia:An Evaluation at a Time of Crisis – Amit Basole

Hating Mayawati’s Statues – a story of false concerns andtrue fears – an inquiry into the elite mind – Garga Chatterjee

The 2009 Budget and the Political Economy of the Indian State – Ramaa Vasudevan

Statement against Government of India’s Planned Military Offensive in Adivasi-Populated Regions and Background Note – The Sanhati Collective

The Dangers are Great, the Possibilities Immense: On the Current Political Struggle in India – Saroj Giri

Sandwich Theory and Operation Green Hunt – Radha D’Souza

A Year of Lalgarh – Partho Sarathi Ray


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