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Feudalism and Kinship in Marwar

ged off by the police and thrown in nineteenth century. Later, on page 195, Chandra ke rajwa, praja maja urawe jail. Rather than 'helping the kisans to stand on their feet', as Siddiqi makes out, the nationalist leaders appear to have betrayed the peasants. The history of the peasant movement in Awadh appears to refute rather than confirm Marx's proposition, for the peasant movement came into being without the help of upper class leaders and it existed in spite of them.

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