Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) Archives
Total size 0.07 m.
Consultation Not restricted
Founded in the late 1960s; major Maoist party of India; because of its association with the rural uprising in the Naxalbari region of West Bengal the followers of the CPI (M-L) became also known as `Naxalites'; its charismatic leader was Charu Majumdar, who died in 1972.
Collection consisting of a notebook of Rabindranath Dey containing his notes of 69 speeches by Charu Majumdar and of some texts by Charu Majumdar 1965-1972; documents on the commemoration of the 25th death anniversary of Charu Majumdar 1997; photocopies of some letters from prison by Charu Majumdar to his wife Lila 1963, 1965-1966; leaflet 1996; text of a resolution by the Andhra Pradesh State Committee of the CPI (M-L) 1977; offprint of `The Peoples' Movement in Hyderabad 1920-1947' by Raj Bahadur Gour n.d.; leaflets of the CPI (M-L)-New Democracy in West Bengal 1997.
Leaflets and other printed documents of the Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) (CPI-(M-L)), the CPI (M-L) Liberation and other communist organizations in the Indian federal states West Bengal, Assam and Bihar c. 1996-1998.