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Those path finders who have guided us through..some short portraits of International and National Communist Stalwarts. And links to sites relating to study on them. The archive is under developement and in no way complete.


marx_s.jpg (7472 bytes) Karl Marx, visit Internet Marx Archive
engles_s.jpg (7465 bytes) Friedrich Angels, visit Angels Documents
lenin_s.jpg (7335 bytes) V I Lenin, visit Lenin Internet archive
stalin_s.jpg (3410 bytes) J Stalin, visit Internet Archive
mao_s.jpg (7115 bytes) Mao Zedong
Mao Documentation Project
hochimin_s.jpg (7903 bytes) Ho Chi Minh
che_s.jpg (9485 bytes) Che Guevara Cyber Che Links


ems_s.jpg (7416 bytes) EMS Nambooridabad
btr_s.jpg (7213 bytes) BT Ranadive
mb_s.jpg (7025 bytes) MV Basavpunnaiah
ps_s.jpg (3414 bytes) P Sundarayya
akg_s.jpg (7885 bytes) AK Gopalan
kakababu_s.jpg (7085 bytes) Muzaffar Ahmad
pdg_s.jpg (7537 bytes) Pramod Dasgupta
sarojda_s.jpg (6543 bytes) Saroj Mukherjee
konar_s.jpg (3506 bytes) Harekrishna Konar




sarojda_s.jpg (6543 bytes)Saroj Mukherjee, Member of the Polit Bureau of the Party died on February 9, 1990. Comrade Saroj Mukherjee was the Secretary of the West Bengal State Committee of the Party and also the Chairman of Left Front of the state.

Comrade Saroj Mukherjee joined the freedom struggle as a young student at the age of 13. He joined the Indian National Congress in 1924. While a student, he came in contact with communist leaders like Muzaffar Ahmed. He became a member of the Communist Party in 1931. Becoming a whole timer in 1938, Saroj Mukhejee served the Party in many key positions. He was the secretary of the Calcutta district committee of the CPI from 1939 to 1943. He was a member of the secretariat of the West Bengal provincial committee from 1943 to 1948 and from 1951 to 1964.

At the time of the split in the Communist movement in India he took a firm stand against revisionism. Later in West Bengal he played a major role in the struggle against the left-sectarian deviation.

Comrade Saroj Mukherjee was elected to the Central Committee of the CPI(M) in 1978 at the Tenth Congress. He was elected to the Polit Bureau at the Twelfth Congress in 1985 and continued to be a member till his death. He assumed the secretaryship of the West Bengal State Committee of the CPI(M) in 1982.

He played a key role in developing the party newspapers in West Bengal with which he had a life-long association. He was the editor of the daily Swadhinata between 1956 and 1962. He was also the editor of the CPI(M)'s weekly Ganashakti from 1964 onwards and later the daily Ganashakti from 1967 and was the Chief Editor till his death. He wrote a number of books and pamphlets popularising Marxism-Leninism and the Party's policies.

Comrade Saroj Mukherjee will always be remembered as a communist leader who combined the finest qualities of patriotism and revolutionary commitment. He spent a total of eleven years in jail and five years underground. He was known for his affectionate behaviour and humility in dealing with all ranks of the Party and people from all walks of life. He died on February 9, 1990. His wife Kanak Mukherjee is a leader of the Party and women's movement.



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