Religion and Nationalism in India: The Case of the Punjab

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Index

a
Akali Dal 2 , 11 , 42 , 50 , 82 -4, 93 -6, 98 , 100 -11, 116 , 123 -4, 147 -9, 161 -5;
Shiromani or United Akali Dal 78 , 81 , 111 , 115 ;
Akali reformers 79 ;
Akali jatha81 , 89 , 124 ;
Akali movement 92
Akal Takht 60 , 65 , 107 -8
All India Sikh Students Federation 105 - 6 , 111 -2, 168
Amritsar 37 , 60 , 64 -5, 71 , 78 , 80 , 105 , 107 -8, 111 -12, 136 , 155
Anandpur Sahib resolution 92 , 102 , 105 , 123 , 162
Anderson, B. 12 - 18 , 21 , 86 , 90
Anglo-Sikh wars 2 , 11 , 66 , 72 ;
relations 80
anti-Sikh riots 109
Article 25, 106
Aryan 1 , 26 ;
Indo-Aryan 87
Arya Samaj 68 - 71 , 74 , 87 , 90 , 94 , 100 , 104 , 153 , 161 , 171
Ayodhya 41 , 149 -50, 164 , 169

b
Bangladesh 1 , 39
Bal, S.S. 2 , 142
Bayly, C.A. 20 , 22 , 67 , 70 -1, 85 , 90
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) 44 -8, 53 , 68 , 164 -5, 169
Bhindranwale, Sant Jarnail Singh 6 , 50 , 92 , 103 -8, 111 , 168 -71, 174
Brass, P. 2 , 11 , 50 , 95 -6, 98 , 100 -1, 160 , 169
British: 45 , 77 , 90 , 152 , 160 ;
imperial power 1 ;
imperial rulers 2 , 9 ;
colonial rule 6 , 17 ;
British Raj 20 , 23 , 25 , 28 , 43 , 55 -6, 73 -4, 85 -6, 90 , 92 , 119 ;
British India 23 , 17 , 39 ;
British empire 32 ;
British Punjab 66 , 65 , 91 , 101 , 149 ;
British rule 82 ;
Britain 116 ;
British Sikhs 117 -18
Buddhism 2 , 29 ;
Buddhist 20 , 26 , 31 , 34 -7, 40 -1, 42 , 46 -7
Byres, T. 127 , 133 , 138

c
cassettes 7 , 168 -72, 174
Chatterjee, P. 19 , 22
Christian 19 - 20 , 23 , 31 -2, 34 , 46 -7, 67 , 69 - 70 , 75 , 86 ;
Christianity 21 , 33 , 70 , 74
communal 32 , 44 , 46 , 70 , 73 , 80 , 82 , 84 , 86 , 94 , 98 , 104 , 165 ;
communalism 91
communications 4 , 9 , 14 , 18 -9, 26 , 29 , 31 , 48 , 67 , 86 , 91 , 148 , 152 , 174 -5
Congress: 96 ;
Indian National Congress 20 , 26 , 40 -1, 55 ;
Congress party 23 , 26 , 42 -4, 49 - 50 , 54 -5, 98 , 100 ; 103 - 5 , 108 -11, 115 -16, 164 ;
Congress leaders 83 ,
Congress government 95
Cunningham, J.D. 11 , 63

d
democratic 9 , 43 -4, 53 ;
institutions 5 , 51 , 55
diaspora 6 , 32 , 92 ;
Sikh diaspora 116 -23

e
élite 6 - 7 , 13 , 16 - 17 , 22 -3, 25 -7, 31 , 55 , 67 , 72 , 87 -9, 92 , 148 , 160
Embree, A.T. 33 -4, 38 , 54
ethnic:
minorities 1 ;
ethnic community 2 , 6 , 15 ;
ethnic groups 1 - 2 , 5 ,;
ethnicity 9
Europe: 9 , 176 ;
Western Europe 5 , 18 , 21 , 28 -9, 150 ;
East Europe 6 ;
European 8 - 9 , 13 -9, 36 , 173 ;
Eurocentric 8

g
Gandhi, M.K. 23 -5, 28 , 41 , 79 - 80 , 93
Gill, S.S. 131 -2, 136 , 139 -40, 142
Golden Temple 37 , 51 , 60 , 65 , 78 -9, 81 , 92 , 96 , 107 -8

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