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Nasik Convention

V.N. O'key/Kamat's Potpourri
Nasik Convention
Socialists' Unite to Provide Alternative to Congress
The Indian socialists were opposed to unilateral "Stalinist" ways and struggled to provide a voice of opposition and balance in Indian politics.

 
This online exhibition features a rarely studied and documented topic on the Socialist Movements in India, during the British rule and subsequent to India's freedom. All the pictures are from the personal collection of V.N. O'key, a close associate of many of the important Socialist leaders of India, and a prominent artist-photographer.
Historic Pictures of Indian Socialist Movements
Comrade ChitaleStalins Treachery of Indian SocialistsFormation of Hind Mazdoor Sabha, 1948You are here
Congress Socialist Party is Born (1934)Founding Members of Congress Socialist PartyA Poster of Congress Socialist PartyAnjumane Islam Hall
Engels and MarxEarly Socialist Activity in IndiaNasik Central Jail -- Birthplace of Indian SocialismAsoka Mehta Leads Pardi Kisan Struggle
A Socialist Poster of 1950s, Sikkim

 

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