The Sangh Parivar: a reader
Oxford University Press, Incorporated, Feb 28, 2005 - History - 445 pages
This Volume Brings Together Significant Readings On The Sangh Parivar - The `Family` Of Hindu Nationalist Organizations - And Traces The Rise Of The Right Wing In Indian Politics. It Gives A Comprehensive Overview Of The Sangh Parivar`S Involvement With Different Sectors Of The Indian Society Along With The Major Role Played By The Rss And The Vhp In Its Expansion.
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THE HINDU NATIONALIST APPROACHES OF THE ECONOMY
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