Gita Ramaswamy has been at the helm of the Hyderabad Book Trust from 1980 and has commissioned over 400 books, both original in Telugu and translations from global literature into Telugu. She has authored India Stinking, Jeena Hai To Marna Seekho: The Life and Times of George Reddy, Land Guns Caste Woman and co-authored Taking Charge of Our Bodies, On Their Own, and The Oxford India Anthology of Telugu Dalit Writing. She has also have translated and edited works by (stories by P.Sathyavathi, B.Anuradha, and Devulapalli Krishnamurthi. She has also worked with the Dalit community on bonded labour, agricultural wage labour, and land entitlements.
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