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Author Name    Satish C. Seth

Title   Communalism: A Socio-Political Study

Binding   Hardcover

Book Condition   New

Jacket Condition   New

Publisher   New Delhi, India Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd. 2000

ISBN    8121206936 / 9788121206938

Seller ID   105933

As the world enters the third millennium, there would still be many a social, economic and Political ailments that the 21st century has inherited from the 20th century. In the specific Context of the Indian subcontinent, of those ailments, communalism still remains a significant and disturbing feature both in the National and International context. The Ethnic strifes, intercommunity disharmony and social tension do not seem to ebb out either in Asia or in Europe, On the contrary in the ethnic and communal context the world has seen numerous mini-wars. Nearer home the History of the British Raj in India displays distinctly that they, instead of curbing 'Communalism', partitioned India. They also left a communal legacy, which has grown during last 53 years in spite of Creating two nations, viz., India and Pakistan, as two uncomfortable neighbours. The British legacy of Two Nation Theory has since led to the making of a 3rd nation in Bangladesh. What exactly happened during the British governance of India, therefore, deserves to be studied in depth. This scholarly book makes a specific modest attempt to examine the social, economic, political and allied aspects of communalism up to the year 1947, as they grew and then led to the dismemberment of the Indian subcontinent. It is expected that this Study may throw some light on the method of good governance for multi-cultural Societies in future.Printed Pages: 428.

Communalism: A Socio-Political Study Satish C. Seth

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