An agenda for cultural action and other essays
Focuses On The Alliance Between The Neo-Liberal Economic Policies And Hindu Fundamentalism, Its Implications And The Destruction Of Educational System. Also Discuss The Hindu Right Wing Cultural Project And Outlines The Agenda For Struggle Against This Homegrown Fascism.
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Colonialism Culture and Revivalism
Hindu Revivalism a Political and Cultural Project
Globalisation Culture and Communalism
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achievements active agenda articulation Arun Shourie Aryans attempt Babri Masjid Bharatiya Janata Party bourgeoisie British capital capitalist character civil society civilisation colonial cultural commonsense communal forces communal history construction context create creation cultural action cultural crisis cultural practices curriculum Delhi discipline domination economic engaged existing forms global forces globalisation Hindu communal Hindu nation Hindu religious Hindu revivalism Hinduise Hindutva history of India identity ideological important India Indian civilization Indian culture indigenous Indulekha influence initiatives institutions integral intellectual intelligentsia interpretation of history intervention invoked Keshav Baliram Hedgewar knowledge large number Left cultural legitimacy marginalisation medieval middle class modern movement Muslims myth NCERT organisations particularly past perspective plurality political possible privileges Ramjanmabhoomi religion resistance revivalist role Sangh Parivar Savarkar secular social and cultural social consciousness strategies system of education tendency textbooks tradition transformation underlines universal value education Vinayak Damodar Savarkar