– Herbert Marcuse in his book, Reason And Revolution: Hegel and the Rise of Social Theory.( first published in 1941, this edition published in 2020 by Woolf Haus, page 97 )
Bharatavarsha A Continent Of Bountiful Nature And An Ancient Palimpsest Vedic Brahmamism Versus Hegel’s Spirit 1
The History Of The World Is Not The Theatre Of Happiness 30
Vested Interests Have Introduced Caste System Into Hindu Society 61
The Contestation Between Brahmanas And Shramanas 76
India: That Is Bharatavarsha, The Largest Functional Democracy
About the Author
Prafulla Chaulia, taught Political Science in the post graduate department of Political Science in Sambalpur University, Burla.
He then entered the Provincial Civil Services and rose to the level of Addl Secretary to Government and assigned to the post of Collector and District Magistrate in three districts of the State for quite a considerable years, yet he researched in Political Science leading to the Degree of Doctorate of Philosophy (Ph.D.), which was awarded by Andhra University, Waltair quite early and his thesis was adjudged of high quality by the external examiner Professor Susanne Hoeber Rudolph of University
of Chicago, USA.
He is a public intellectual and a columnist who wrote more than a hundred articles published in various news papers of Odisha which are related to the political economy of the state and the country. Out of these articles, his first book Kalaku Gabakshya (in Odia) was published in 2017. His second book (in English) having title, Ceiling On Land Holdings: Past
Perspective, published in 2019 is treated as an original work in the field of land reforms in India.
There is a common belief that those who write have no experience, and those who have experience cannot write; but Prafulla Chaulia is an exception, who has not only vast experience in the socio, economic and political life of common people in the field in their day to day life; but also can write with considerable expertise as many of his essays published in various news papers, are highly acclaimed by the readers.