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The Civil Disobedience Movement in Bihar, Manak, New Delhi. 2008.
History in the Vernacular, Edited by Raziuddin Aquil and Partha Chatterjee- In Memory of Papiya Ghosh- Permanent Black, Ranikhet, 2008.
Muhajirs and the Nation- Bihar in the 1940s, Routledge, New Delhi, 2010.
Bihar Mein Savinay Avagya Andolan ( Hindi Translation of Sl 3 above by P L Prajapati), Manak, New Delhi , 2011.
Resurrection of the State- A Saga of Bihar- Essays in Memory of Papiya Ghosh, Edited by Sunita Lall and Shaibal Gupta, Manak Publications, New Delhi, 2013.
ALL PAPIYA’S BOOKS WERE POSTHUMOUS PUBLICATIONS, with support from friends and colleagues, coordinated by her sister, Dr. Tuktuk Ghosh
Books at Sl. 2 & 3 – Above were launched by the then Hon’ble Speaker, Lok Sabha, Shri Somnath Chatterjee, with an Address on “Role of Democratic Institutions in Ensuring Security and Justice for Women”, on 8 March 2008, to coincide with International Women’s Day at India International Centre, New Delhi
Book at Sl.7 was launched by Nobel laureate, Professor Amartya Sen, at ADRI, Patna on 4th February, 2013