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Birth of Socialist Movement in India

V.N. O'key/kamat.com
Birth of Socialist Movement in India
Nasik Central Jail -- Birthplace of Indian Socialism
In 1932, Jayaprakash Narayan was locked up in Nasik Central Jail, where he met other intellectuals like M.R. Masani, Achyut Patwardhan, N.C. Goray, Asoka Mehta, M.H. Dantwala, Charles Mascarenhas, C.K.Narayanswami, and the socialist movement was born.
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