After an excursion to the Tamil region of India thanks to P.S. Vinothraj’s Pebbles (2021), I travelled further north this time to explore the life of a young couple, former Naxalites who decided to surrender and to lay down their arms. It’s been fifty-odd years that this Maoist rebel group fights against the Indian state, fighting “for the land, to save the jungle. To save the gold and . . .
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