1 edition of The promise of India"s secular democracy found in the catalog.
The promise of India"s secular democracy
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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|Pagination||xxv, 346 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||346|
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A deep historical reflection on the complex human condition, Formations of Belief will be of enormous interest to historians, scholars of religion, and philosophers."—Rajeev Bhargava, author of The Promise of India's Secular Democracy. His books include Individualism in Social Science (Clarendon Press, ), The Promise of India's secular democracy (OUP, ), What is Political Theory and Why do we need it (OUP, ), and Secularism and its Critics (ed. OUP, ).
In an effort to ensure that it retained provinces governed by dynasties or by Muslims, the Republic introduced a secular government and instating an electoral regime. In , over the course of several months, India held its first elections -- considered an achievement for the extent to which the government promulgated voting among Indians. With the Forty-second Amendment of the Constitution of India enacted in , the Preamble to the Constitution asserted that India is a secular nation. Officially, secularism has always inspired modern India. The Supreme Court of India stated that India was secular since the Republic was founded through Part III of the constitution that deals with fundamental rights.
They defend a secular democracy in the US but bat for a Hindu Rashtra in India. This kind of perspective, and its acute lack of self-awareness, is the product of an amalgamation of factors, some with deep historical roots. "By undermining the secular principles of the constitution, Mr Modi's latest initiatives threaten to do damage to India's democracy that could last for decades," it said.
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The topics covered are the democratic vision of the new republic of India, the evolution and distinctiveness of India's linguistic federalism, the distinctiveness of Indian secularism, India's secular constitution, and Muslim personal law and the majority-minority syndrome.
The essays are crucial to the debates about by: These essays are written over the last two decades by Rajeev Bhargava, one of the most insightful commentators on philosophical and historical questions around secularism.
The topics covered are the democratic vision of the new republic of India, the evolution and distinctiveness of India's linguistic federalism, the distinctiveness of Indian secularism, India's secular constitution, and.
Suitable for: This book pioneers a conceptual and normative account of Indian will interest social scientists, political theorists, historians, and philosophers.
Scholars, students, teachers, and intelligent readers in both non-western and western societies must read it. The Promise of India's Secular Democracy Rajeev Bhargava. Essays by one of India's most distinguished political theorists; Relevant not only for India but the modern world in general; Covers wide-ranging issues related to secularism Also of Interest.
Politics and Ethics of the Indian Constitution. Get this from a library. The promise of India's secular democracy. [Rajeev Bhargava] -- This collection of essays is the most admirable analysis of the trajectory of secularism in post-independence India, from the project of the founding fathers to the challenges posed by Hindu.
Written over the last two decades, these essays answers important questions on secularism. Some of the topics covered are the democratic vision of the new republic of India, the evolution and distinctiveness of India's linguistic federalism, India's secular constitution, the Muslim personal law, and the majority-minority ries: Social and Political Philosophy, (categorize.
Liberal, Secular Democracy and Explanations of Hindu Nationalism The Ethical Insufficiency of Egoism and Altruism: India in Transition The Right to Culture Secular States and Religious Education: The Indian Debate Indian Democracy and Well-being: Employment as a Right Academic Freedom in India APPENDIX: STRANDS OF SECULARISM.
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The topics covered are the democratic vision of the new republic of India, the evolution and distinctiveness of Indias linguistic federalism, the Price: $ Protests in India Narendra Modi’s sectarianism is eroding India’s secular democracy. The Indian prime minister has united a broad coalition against him.
the author of a book thus titled. The secular character of India has in fact received a It all the values of religious books brought into the curriculum of schools, it can (). The Promise of India's Secular Democracy.
A brilliantly woven narrative of the invasion of ordinary life by state power, this elegantly written book is gripping from cover to cover."—Rajeev Bhargava, author of The Promise of India's Secular Democracy.
"Narendra Modi stokes divisions in the world's biggest democracy", the article said adding that "India's million Muslims fear the Prime Minister is building a Hindu state". "By undermining the secular principles of the constitution, Mr Modi's latest initiatives threaten to do damage to India's democracy that could last for decades," it said.
About the Book The unique position of religious sentiments under the chapter of the Constitution and the values of liberal democracy in a country which predominantly endorses the philosophy of constitutionalism has always been the subjects of controversies.
Therefore, on this, the judicial role become very important as an independent institution to safeguards the individual liberty in a multi.
China’s Maritime Nexus in Southeast Asia: Economic and Geostrategic Challenges of the Belt and Road Initiative in Brunei. India’s Secular Democracy at the Crossroads. The current trajectory of Indian politics is eerily similar to Pakistan's first decade: a gradual slide from secular order. N arendra Modi’s emphatic re-election victory makes inevitable something that was long feared: the transformation of India from secular democracy to Hindu majoritarian state.
Far from helping to reverse the global tide of illiberal figures and movements, voters in the world’s largest democracy have advanced it. Modi won with a landslide despite having failed miserably in his central. Possibly the darkest hour for democracy in India was the Emergency in the mid-‘70s that suspended civil liberties and many constitutional rights under internal emergency laws.
It also brought into full play the shadow regime of cronies, political stooges and unelected people who worked for Indira Gandhi’s youngest son on behalf of s:. Only an India that ensures full rights and dignity for all – the promise of liberal democracy – can do that.
NEW DELHI – As India prepares to celebrate the 73rd anniversary of its independence on Aug a growing number of Indians are coming to believe that the battle to preserve the essence of the country born in is already lost.Days after India fell 10 places on the global Democracy Index ranking landing the 51st spot, it was called out for the ‘erosion of civil liberties’ in The Economist’s Janu cover.BOOK REVIEWS India's Democracy The Success of India's Democracy, Editor Atul Kohli, Princeton University Press,pp.
XIV+, Price Rs. Atul Kohli proclaims India a successful democracy by defying many prevailing theories of democracy that stipulate pre-conditions - developed economy, politically vibrant middle class, homogeneous.