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Communal Revivalism in India

Muchkund Dubey

Communal Revivalism in India

A Study of External Implications

by Muchkund Dubey

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Published by South Asia Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Social Situations And Conditions,
  • Congresses,
  • Politics/International Relations,
  • Contemporary Politics - India,
  • Communalism,
  • Hindus,
  • India,
  • Muslims

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages124
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9070956M
    ISBN 108124101973
    ISBN 109788124101971
    OCLC/WorldCa31331027

    Some background info. on Indian communalism: RSS, VHP, BJP, etc. I've been looking at some reference books to try and improve my factual understanding of the history of communal politics between and One helpful book is India: Government.   Since communal attitudes pervade various reaches of the administration in the successor states of British India, any type of critical reappraisal of the process leading up to August puts the historian, willy-nilly, into a political stance vis-à-vis communalist ideologies, and this, needless to say, carries its own : Dilip Simeon.

    Prabha Dixit in her book, ‘Communalism, a Struggle for Political Power’ states that: “Communalism 1 Ram Ahuja, Social Problems in India, Rawat Publications, Jaipur, , p 2 Zenab Banu, Politics of Communalism, Popular Prakashan, Bombay, , p.2 3 Ibid 4 George Mathew, Communal Road to a Secular Kerala. Concept publishing companyFile Size: KB. India is not new to communal riots; the first recorded riots were in the year , , and in Ahmedabad (Rajeshwari, ). Bipin Chandra in his book “Communalism in Modern India” writes that the maximum communal riots in India took place during

    India’s ‘tryst with destiny’ was to be firmly grounded on secular principles paradoxically; however, even 66 years after independence, secularism has not emerged as a reality for the Indian social and political order. Increasing communalism and communal violence accompanied by File Size: 1MB.   In his book, Modern Revivalism: Charles Grandison Finney to Billy Graham, William McLoughlin recounts the history of the revivalist movement by focusing on its biggest stars: Charles Finney, D.L. Moody, Billy Sunday, and Billy Graham. These four men serve as pillars which hold the structure of the book up, but they aren’t the only evangelists Cited by:


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Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings Congresses: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Communal revivalism in India. New Delhi: Har-Anand Publications, © A re communal riots a recent phenomenon in India, incited by the British divide-and-rule policy since the late 18th century.

Or have communal hostilities been part of India’s history since the 12 th century, when Muhammad of Ghor took on Prithviraj Chauhan in the battle of Tarain. This is a year old debate, which has taken on new life after the recent Delhi : Prathama Banerjee.

Communalism in India is result of the emergence of modern politics, which has its roots in partition of Bengal in and feature of separate electorate under Government of India Act, Later, British government also appeased various communities through Communal award inwhich faced strong resistance from Gandhi ji and others.

All. Communalism usually refers to a system that integrates communal ownership and federations of highly localized independent communities. A prominent libertarian socialist, Murray Bookchin, defines the Communalism political philosophy that he developed as "a theory of government or a system of government in which independent communes participate in a federation", as well as "the principles.

ADVERTISEMENTS: Read this essay on the various problems of Communalism in India. Indian society is pluralistic from religious point of view. Here, we have the followers of all the great religious systems.

Hindus constitute the bulk of the population and they inhabit in all parts of the country. Muslims constitute the largest religious minority. Revivalism, generally, renewed religious fervor within a Christian group, church, or community, but primarily a movement in some Protestant churches to revitalize the spiritual ardor of their members and win new adherents.

Learn more about revivalism, including its history. Communalism is a term used in South Asia to denote attempts to construct religious or ethnic identity, incite strife between people identified as different communities, and to stimulate communal violence between those groups.

It derives from history, differences in beliefs, and tensions between the communities. The term communalism was constructed by the British colonial authorities as it.

Back of the Book. The ideological dimension of Hindu revivalism has mostly been misrepresented, or rather neglected, in the ongoing debates on the subject. Thoroughly analyzing th. A Belgian by birth,ad Elst developed interest in the raging communal disputes in India during his stay at Benares Hindu University/ book is also his Doctoral thesi.

Well received,the book was originally published in and the presente publisher Rupa & Co printed it twice in and Cited by: 3. Communalism and Communal Violence in India THIS paper attempts to examine the socio-economic basis of commu-nalism, in particular of the political compulsions behind communal violence in post-independence India.

It suggests that the process of forces. Communalism in India is result of the emergence of modern politics, which has its roots in partition of Bengal in and feature of separate electorate under Government of India Act, Later, British government also appeased various communities through Communal award inwhich faced strong resistance from Gandhi ji and others.

Subtitled ‘The Making and Marring of American Evangelicalism –’, this book traces the spiritually epoch-making events of the 18th and 19th centuries and rejects the frequent identification of ‘revival’ with ‘revivalism’.

Eco-communalism took shape in as one of six possible future scenarios put forth in the GSG's page essay entitled "Great Transition: The Promise and Lure of the Times Ahead." This founding document describes eco-communalism as a "vision of a better life" which turns to "non-material dimensions of fulfillment – the quality of life, the.

Communal Violence. Most communal riots prior to were rooted in the ‘divide and rule’ policy of the British colonial rule. But after the partition of the country, sections of the Indian elite from both the communities are also to be blamed for the problem.

Communal violence in independent India has been caused by many factors. Hindu Revivalism & Pakistan Movement on the communal problem of India. In one of the conferences the Hindu Mahasabha had replaced the Congress owing to latter's boycott of the conference and, in others, the Mahasabha leaders in the Congress published in Fortnightly Review of which were later reproduced in his book "Ideas about.

Analysing contentious contemporary issues in historical perspective Communalism: India’s Struggle for Democracy and Pluralism weighs the potency of communalism to corrode the plural core of Indian democracy. Each chapter of the critique, divided into six sections – Ideological Challenges, Rooting of Divisive Violence, Hindutva: Revivalism of Caste Hierarchy, Women and Communal Politics.

Religious violence in India includes acts of violence by followers of one religious group against followers and institutions of another religious group, often in the form of rioting.

Religious violence in India has generally involved Hindus and Muslims. Despite the secular and religiously tolerant constitution of India, broad religious representation in various aspects of society including.

The nation does not mean number all the time. However, the assimilation of number with the Hindutva self has created a situation of the legitimacy of the Hindu nation.

The current results of the Author: Chetan Sinha. In this book, Steven I. Wilkinson uses collected data on Hindu-Muslim riots, socio-economic factors and competitive politics in India to test his theory that riots are fomented in order to win elections and that governments decide whether to stop them or not based on the likely electoral cost of doing : Steven I.

Wilkinson. Never before has India been so polarised along religious lines with Hindutva politics being the trigger.

Sincewe have seen the media in a churn and being forced to conform and comply or Author: Nodisplay. Tamil revivalism in the s. British bureaucratic candidates caste cent Chetti Chettiar Chingleput Civil Disobedience Coimbatore Coimbatore district Committee communal quota Congress ministry Delhi Legislative Assembly District Board Education elections faction February Gandhi Gandhian goals Government of India Government of Madras groups.

In his book Revival and Revivalism: The Making and Marring of American Evangelicalism,Iain Murray tells a story that helps explain how evangelicals—Baptists, Presbyterians, Methodists, and more—got to where we are today.

FROM REVIVAL The book’s title tells the whole story in a nutshell.Essay on the Role of Communalism in Indian Politics: For centuries people belonging to different religious communities have been living together in India without any friction or ill will.

Major communities in India being the Hindus, the Muslims, the Sikhs, the Christians, the Parsees, the Jains, the Buddhists, etc.