Religion and Nationalism in India: The Case of the Punjab

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Maps
1.1 General map of the Punjab 10
4.1 The Punjabi suba and neighbouring provinces 97
4.2 Post-1966 Punjab 99

Tables
2.1 States where national religious minorities are a majority 33
5.1 Consumption of chemical fertilizers in Punjab 129
5.2 Net irrigated area in Punjab 129
5.3 Irrigated area in Punjab (1991-2) 129
5.4 Consumption of electric power in agriculture as a percentage of total consumption 130
5.5 The production of wheat and rice in Punjab and India 130
5.6 Contribution to central pool 130
5.7 Classification of land holdings 133
5.8 Age composition of the activists 141
5.9 Education level of the activists 141
5.10 Family land holdings (ownership) of the activists 141
5.11 Caste background of the activists 141
5.12 Age composition of the activists 143
5.13 Education level of the activists 143
5.14 Family land holdings (ownership) of the activists 143
5.15 Caste background of the activists 143
5.16 Short-term agricultural loans 145
6.1 Percentage of literacy in total population 151
6.2 Circulation figures of the four major newspapers in Punjab in 1991 153
6.3 History of the Punjab press 154
6.4 Total readership (in thousands) of individual newspapers in the states of Punjab, Haryana and Himachal-Pradesh 158
6.5 Readers of newspapers in urban and rural areas 158
6.6 Education levels of readers 158
6.7 Figures for the Punjab Kesari newspaper 158
6.8 Household income of newspaper readers 159
6.9 Figures for the Punjab Kesari newspaper 159
6.10 Occupational breakdown of newspaper readers 159

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