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The Hindu nationalist movement and Indian politics : 1925 to the 1990s / Christophe Jaffrelot.

By: Jaffrelot, Christophe.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New Delhi : Penguin Books, c1993Description: xxiii, 596 p. : ill., maps ; 22 cm.ISBN: 9780140246025 (pbk.); 0140246029 (pbk.).Subject(s): Hinduism and politics -- India -- History -- 20th century | India -- Politics and government -- 20th centuryDDC classification: 324.254082 JAF Online resources: Table of contents
Contents:
Stigmatising and Emulating 'Threatening Others' - The Formation of Hindu Nationalism -- The Strategy of Ethno-Religious Mobilisation and the Politics of Secularism -- A Specific Party-Building Strategy: The Jana Sangh and the RSS Network -- Towards Strategies of Moderation? -- The Mixed Strategy: Hindu Mobilisation and Electoral Alliances -- Local Cadres and Populism -- The Hindu Nationalists in the 'J.P. Movement' -- The Impossible Assimilation -- The Contradictions of the B.J.P. and the Erosion of Secularism -- The Hindu Sense of Vulnerability and The R.S.S.'s Political Offensive -- The Making of a Hindu Vote? -- Making a Bid for Power: The Scope and Limitations of the Hindu Mobilisation -- The Paradox of the Ramjanmabhoomi Movement -- The B.J.P. Held in Check in the Hindi Belt.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 573-596) and index.

Stigmatising and Emulating 'Threatening Others' - The Formation of Hindu Nationalism -- The Strategy of Ethno-Religious Mobilisation and the Politics of Secularism -- A Specific Party-Building Strategy: The Jana Sangh and the RSS Network -- Towards Strategies of Moderation? -- The Mixed Strategy: Hindu Mobilisation and Electoral Alliances -- Local Cadres and Populism -- The Hindu Nationalists in the 'J.P. Movement' -- The Impossible Assimilation -- The Contradictions of the B.J.P. and the Erosion of Secularism -- The Hindu Sense of Vulnerability and The R.S.S.'s Political Offensive -- The Making of a Hindu Vote? -- Making a Bid for Power: The Scope and Limitations of the Hindu Mobilisation -- The Paradox of the Ramjanmabhoomi Movement -- The B.J.P. Held in Check in the Hindi Belt.

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