“Gherabandire Dhinkia Charidesa” is a remarkable book published by the PUCL (People’s Union for Civil Liberties) that delves into the intricate and often overlooked issues related to human rights violations in the remote villages of Odisha. The title of the book roughly translates to “The Silent Suffering in the Isolated Villages.”
Through this book, the authors shed light on the various forms of oppression faced by the marginalized communities residing in the deep forests of Odisha. The book highlights some of the most pressing concerns such as police brutality, land grabbing, exploitation by middlemen, and lack of access to basic amenities like healthcare and education.
What makes this book unique is its portrayal of the struggles faced by the people living in these far-flung areas through personal anecdotes and real-life stories. The book acts as a voice for the voiceless and brings to light the issues that have long been ignored by mainstream media and policymakers.
Overall, “Gherabandire Dhinkia Charidesa” is an essential read for anyone interested in understanding the ground realities of human rights violations in Odisha. The book serves as a call to action, urging readers to take a more active role in addressing these issues and fighting for the rights of the oppressed communities.
|Books name||Gherabandire Dhinkia Charidesa|
|No Of pages||36|