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Hindu nationalism and the language of politics in late colonial India

Autore: William Gould
Editore: Cambridge, UK ; New York : Cambridge, 2004.
Serie: Cambridge studies in Indian history and society, 11.
Edizione/Formato:   Libro : EnglishVedi tutte le edizioni e i formati
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"William Gould explores what is arguably one of the most important and controversial themes in twentieth-century Indian history and politics: the nature of Hindu nationalism as an ideology and political language. Rather than concentrating on the main institutions of the Hindu right in India as other studies have done, the author uses a variety of historical sources to analyse how Hindu nationalism affected the  Per saperne di più…
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Tipo materiale: Risorsa internet
Tipo documento: Book, Internet Resource
Tutti gli autori / Collaboratori: William Gould
ISBN: 0521830613 9780521830614
Numero OCLC: 53083956
Descrizione: xv, 302 p. ; 24 cm.
Contenuti: 1. Introduction --
2. Congress and the Hindu nation : symbols, rhetoric and action --
3. Muslims, mass movements and untouchable uplift --
4. The Aryan Congress : history, youth and the 'Hindu race' --
5. Congress radicals and Hindu militancy --
6. Congress 'Raj', riots and Muslims mass contacts --
7. Congress, Pakistan and volunteer militarism --
8. Conclusion.
Titolo della serie: Cambridge studies in Indian history and society, 11.
Responsabilità: William Gould.
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"William Gould explores what is arguably one of the most important and controversial themes in twentieth-century Indian history and politics: the nature of Hindu nationalism as an ideology and political language. Rather than concentrating on the main institutions of the Hindu right in India as other studies have done, the author uses a variety of historical sources to analyse how Hindu nationalism affected the supposedly secularist Congress in the key state of Uttar Pradesh. In this way, the author offers an alternative assessment of how these languages and ideologies transformed the relationship between Congress and north Indian Muslisms. The book makes a major contribution to historical analyses of the last two critical decades before Partition and Independence in 1947, which will be of value to scholars interested in historical and contemporary Hindu nationalism, and to students researching the final stages of colonial power of India."--BOOK JACKET.

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