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by Marie-Therese Cuny,Paul Rambali,Phoolan Devi

Author: Marie-Therese Cuny,Paul Rambali,Phoolan Devi
Subcategory: Historical
Language: English
Publisher: Lyons Press; 1st edition (August 1, 2006)
Pages: 512 pages
Category: Biographies
Rating: 4.3
Other formats: azw mbr mbr lit

On July 25th, 2001, Phoolan Devi was shot dead in Delhi. This book is about the life of the real life Bandit queen Poolan Devi

On July 25th, 2001, Phoolan Devi was shot dead in Delhi. The identity of her killers is unknown, but it is thought that they may include relatives of villagers killed by her gang nearly twenty years ago. For over a decade millions have found the power and scope of Phoolan Devi's myth irresistible. Here is the story of her life through her eyes and in her own voice. This book is about the life of the real life Bandit queen Poolan Devi. Born to the lowest caste in India and abused through her childhood she rebelled, and gained noteriety and hero status with the people of India. This is a heart wrenching tale of the brutal caste system in India.

On July 25th, 2001, Phoolan Devi was shot dead in Delhi. For over a decade many have found the power and scope of Phoolan Devi's myth irresistible. Now she finally tells the story of her life through her eyes and in her own voice. And the story of a woman fighting back.

On July 25, 2001, Phoolan Devi was shot dead in Delhi. I read the book because the woman went from bandit to an Indian member of parliament, and I thought the book would talk about this

On July 25, 2001, Phoolan Devi was shot dead in Delhi. I read the book because the woman went from bandit to an Indian member of parliament, and I thought the book would talk about this. It really just focused on the time from her childhood until she was released from jail, which was interesting but not what I expected.

The Bandit Queen of India : An Indian Woman's Amazing Journey from Peasant to International Legend. Phoolan Devi was born into a family of boatmen called Mullahs, who were the lowest caste, in a small village in Ottar Pradesh, India. The Bandit Queen of India" is unrelenting in showing the grueling life of low-caste girls in India.

An Indian Woman's Amazing Journey from Peasant to International Legend by Marie-Therese Cuny. On July 25, 2001, Phoolan Devi was shot dead in Delhi.

The Bandit Queen of India: An Indian Woman's Amazing Journey from Peasant to International Legend by Marie-Therese Cuny. English Aug. 1, 2006 ISBN: 1592286410 512 Pages PDF 1. 6 MB. She was born in India to the lowest caste, a group with few rights and even fewer prospects.

An Indian Woman's Amazing Journey From Peasant to International Legend. Marie-Therese Cuny, Paul Rambali. Published October 1, 2003 by The Lyons Press. Internet Archive Wishlist, India, Women, phy, Biography, Biography & Autobiography, Biography, Autobiography, Political, Phoolan Devi, Dacoits, Asia - India, Biography & Autobiography, Women, Women outlaws.

Phoolan Devi, also known as 'bandit queen,' was an Indian bandit, who later became a Member of the Parliament. Popularly known as the ‘Bandit Queen of India’, Phoolan Devi transcended her traumatic life to become the Member of Parliament. Check out this biography to know about her childhood, struggles, life, and death. She was born into a poor household considered girls as a burden. She was married off at a very young age to a man much older. Her husband committed a lot of atrocity on her, which eventually forced her to abandon her husband.

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She was born in India to the lowest caste, a group with few rights and even fewer prospects. Enduring cruel poverty, Phoolan Devi survived the humiliation of an abusive marriage, the savage killing of her bandit-lover and horrifying gang rape to claim retribution for herself and all low-caste women of the Indian plains. In a three-year campaign that rocked the government, she delivered justice to rape victims and stole from the rich to give to the poor, before negotiating surrender on her own terms. Throughout her years of imprisonment without trial, Phoolan Devi remained a beacon of hope for the poor and the downtrodden. In 1996, amidst both popular support and media controversy, she was elected to the Parliament.On July 25th, 2001, Phoolan Devi was shot dead in Delhi. The identity of her killers is unknown, but it is thought that they may include relatives of villagers killed by her gang nearly twenty years ago. For over a decade millions have found the power and scope of Phoolan Devi's myth irresistible. Now she finally tells the story of her life through her eyes and in her own voice.