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Nationalism and communal politics in India, 1885-1930 by Mushirul Hasan

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Published by Manohar Publications in New Delhi .
Written in English



  • India,
  • India.


  • Indian National Congress -- History,
  • Nationalism -- India,
  • Muslims -- India -- Political activity,
  • India -- Politics and government -- 1857-1919,
  • India -- Politics and government -- 1919-1947

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Edition Notes

StatementMushirul Hasan.
LC ClassificationsDS479 .H38 1991
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 338 p. ;
Number of Pages338
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1680081M
LC Control Number91900976

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  For communal conflicts in British India, see Mushirul Hassan, Nationalism and Communal Politics in India (–), New Delhi: Manohor, Sushil Srivastava, “How the British Saw the Issue”, in Autonomy of a Confrontation: The Rise of Communal Politics in India, ed. S. Gopal, London: Zed Books, , p. Shashi Tharoor explores idea of nation in new book; says 'Hindutva's ethno-religious nationalism will deny India to many Indians' Are some Indians more Indian than others? Dr Shashi Tharoor examines the ideas of nationalism, patriotism, and what it means to be Indian in 'The Battle of Belonging'. This book reflects upon the political philosophy of Muhammad Iqbal, a towering intellectual figure in South Asian history, revered by many for his poetry and his thought. He lived in India in the twilight years of the British Empire and, apart from a short but significant period studying in the West, he remained in Punjab until his death in Between and the Government of India passed four Hindu Law Acts to reform and codify Hindu family law. Scholars have understood these acts as a response to growing concern about women's rights but, in a powerful re-reading of their history, this book traces the origins of the Hindu law reform project to changes in the political-economy of late colonial rule.