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by Tanika Sarkar

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ISBN:
1850655820
Author:
Tanika Sarkar
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World
Language:
English
Publisher:
Hurst & Co Ltd (July 1, 2001)
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256 pages
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1245 kb
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Hindu Wife and Hindu Nation Gender: Religion and the Prehistory of Indian Nationalism. This text discusses the Hindu ideas and traditions that have shaped dominant conceptions of Indian women and the nation as a whole

Hindu Wife and Hindu Nation Gender: Religion and the Prehistory of Indian Nationalism. This text discusses the Hindu ideas and traditions that have shaped dominant conceptions of Indian women and the nation as a whole.

The nine essays included in Tanika Sarkar's book, Hindu Wife, Hindu Nation, contribute to an important set of scholarly debates over the relationship between imperialism, patriarchy, and nationalism in ury colonial India

The nine essays included in Tanika Sarkar's book, Hindu Wife, Hindu Nation, contribute to an important set of scholarly debates over the relationship between imperialism, patriarchy, and nationalism in ury colonial India. Drawing on a wide range of popular texts and literary sources, Sarkar utilizes both feminist methodology and post-colonial theory to place social and cultural discussions about women's status under the British colonial rule at the center of the story concerning the early movement for Indian independence.

By RayPriyadaranjan, GuptaHirendranath, RoyMira. pp. viii, 461. New Delhi, Indian National Science Academy,.

Community, religion and cultural nationalism. 290. New Delhi, Permanent Black, 2001. Hindu Wife, Hindu Nation. Community, religion and cultural nationalism. Volume 12 Issue 3 - Francesca Orsini. By RayPriyadaranjan, GuptaHirendranath, RoyMira.

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Society, Politics & Philosophy. This book examines literary and social traditions, elite voices and popular culture - the rhetoric and the ground realities which have created the lived reality of north India today. viii, 290 pp. £2. 0 (cloth). Leela Fernandes (a1). Recommend this journal. The Journal of Asian Studies.

Indian nationalism developed as a concept during the Indian independence movement fought against the colonial British Raj. Indian nationalism is an instance of territorial nationalism, inclusive of all its people. Indian nationalism is an instance of territorial nationalism, inclusive of all its people, despite their diverse ethnic and religious backgrounds. It continues to strongly influence the politics of India and reflects an opposition to the sectarian strands of Hindu nationalism and Muslim nationalism.

This text discusses the Hindu ideas and traditions that have shaped dominant conceptions of Indian women and the nation as a whole. It examines how these traditions are being subverted or transformed by fundamentalist forms of Hinduism. The concepts of Indian "womanhood", "domesticity", "wifeliness", "mothering", and India as a Hindu nation are examined through the literary and social traditions, popular culture and rhetoric, which have shaped the reality of modern India. This book is a critique of many of the dominating concepts by which some Indians live today.