This thread is dedicated to the heroic Indian Revolution, which in 2017 entered its 50th year.
Despite vicious attacks by the Indian comprador regime (backed by the imperialists), the Naxalite movement remains undefeated in the face of overwhelming technological and numerical superiority.
Although the area they control has shrunk since the early 2000s, popular support for the Naxals in urban regions like Hyderabad, Kerala, and elsewhere have massively increased, especially amongst youth, thanks to the neoliberal policies of the Modi regime. Second pic is a pro-Naxalite poster at Delhi State University.
The deteriorating socio-economic situation in the country is proven by the frequent strikes, marches, and demonstrations. Third pic is from today's militant farmer rally in Maharashtra.
Other pictures are taken from this article:
"India's Red Tide" - great documentary about the Naxals, including interviews in their jungle hideouts
This one is even better, "Red Ant Dream" was the brainchild of a Marxist filmmaker:
Excellent article by Arundhati Roy detailing her meeting with Naxalites in Dantewada:
Very recently, just in the past year or so, the Naxals have been uploading videos of their demonstrations and songs on YouTube.
Massive 50-year anniversary celebration of the Naxalbari rebellion. These tribals form the core Naxal support base.
Beautiful revolutionary song, sung by young Naxalite girl:
Very sad song about the heroic Martys of the Indian Revolution:
Another revolutionary song:
Naxalite children sing about protecting the forest from the plunderers and their agents: