The Furies of Indian Communalism: Religion, Modernity, and Secularization

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Index
Abercrombie, N.92-3
absolutism 33
Advaita Vedanta 149
Advani, L.K.46, 48-9, 51, 310
anti-secularism 153
Lok Sabha elections 346
Sangh Combine 310, 312
Africa246, 330
Age of Doubt 103
agrarian systems 140
Ahmed, I.7
Albania195
alienation 76, 78
Allende, S.250, 263, 278
alliances 280-85
Ambedkar, B.R.323, 324
Anderson, B.30, 31
Anderson, P.8, 12, 112
Andhra Pradesh 283, 329, 342, 343
anti- Bharatiya Janata party283
anti-Brahminism 323, 324
anti-capitalism 247
anti-colonialism 31, 184, 256
see also nationalism
Anti-Comintern Triple Alliance 247
anti-communalism 34
anti-Communism 238
anti-Congress 311, 329
anti-conservatism 238
anti-democracy 238, 256, 257, 269
anti-fascism 279, 280, 283, 284
anti-imperialism 31
anti-Islam/Muslims 278, 279, 303, 313, 315, 320
anti-liberalism 238, 256, 257, 269
anti-Marxism 243
anti-modernism 14-15, 16, 17, 162-80
anti-secularism 160, 174, 175, 179
culture and society 162-5, 168
embeddedness 179-80
ethics 171, 172
freedom 179-80
modernity 168, 172, 174, 175, 176-7
pluralism 177-8, 180
religion 103, 164-9
Science 177-8
secularism 165, 169, 170, 172-3
secularization 107, 165, 169, 170
transcendence 173-5
anti-pacificism 238
anti-secularism 14-15, 16, 17, 39-42
and anti-modernism 174, 175, 179
nationalism and communalism 29-30
religious fundamentalism and religious nationalism 194, 203, 204
see also communalism, Hindutva and anti- secularism

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgements ix
  • Part I 1
  • 1: Introduction 3
  • 2 - Reflections on Communalism and Nationalism in India 29
  • Notes 59
  • Part II 63
  • 3: Religion, Modernity, Secularization 65
  • 4: Communalism, Hindutva, Anti-Secularists 130
  • Part III 235
  • Situating the Threat of Hindu Communalism: Problems with the Fascist Paradigm 237
  • 6: The Communalization of the Indian Polity 296
  • Index 361
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