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Socio-Political Revolution in India: How Beliefs and Ideas Shape National History

 
Kalyan Ray (Author)
Synopsis

Book deals with contradictions in the Indian social system and how these have been gradually reduced through a liberal scientific education system. This created a pan-Indian outlook and helped in the emergence of the Indian nation. Concept of Nation State emerged only in the late nineteenth century in Europe.

Book discusses how a belief system has governed the people for ages. A large section of Indian population was self administered through a belief in destiny. Subjected to foreign invasion for centuries, Indian society retreated to the self governing caste system to ensure its continuity.

Various phases of the freedom struggle have been discussed. Major achievement was to keep the country united against fissiparous forces by providing an All-India platform. Constitutional method of struggle started from 1885, had a major role in achieving a united India and building up the infrastructure of a modern state. Non–violent movement of Mahatma Gandhi was a continuation of this method.

Contents: Preface. 1. Evolution of education system in India. 2. English education system creates social revolution. 3. Liberal education and emergence of new socio-economic pattern in India. 4. Emergence of Indian nationalism. 5. Commercial colonisation replaces religious colonisation. 6. System of self rule in medieval India. 7. Development of nationalism and evolution of the Indian nation. 8. Differences on the road to freedom. References. Appendices. Index.

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About the author

Kalyan Ray

After doing his post graduation in Econimics from Calcutta University, Kalyan Ray joined the Indian Administrative Service in 1965. During his service career he held various important posts in the Government. He held various key posts dealing with rural evelopment. He had first hand opportunity to participate and observe various poverty alleviation programmes taken up by the Government of the day from time to time. as a keen observer of Indian economic scene with his grounding in economic science, he would observe the gulf between theory and implementation. Sri Ray was the District Magistrate of one of the most backward districts in the country and was actively involved in various development schemes undertaken. Besides, as one of the key functionaries of Government over a long period, he had the opportunity to see the short-term and long-term impact of various Government schemes. According to his observations development is a multi-dimensional thing and wishful thinking, coupled with money do not translate into development. Since retirement from service in 2001, Sri Ray is fully engaged in acadeic pursuits, which he planned during his service career. He has long been interested in problems of economic development and had earlier authored a book, A Search for Demand: The Missing link in Economic Development, 1985. He has also published number of articles on economic and social problems.

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Bibliographic information

Title Socio-Political Revolution in India: How Beliefs and Ideas Shape National History
Author Kalyan Ray
Format Hardcover
Date published: 31.12.2018
Edition 1st. ed.
Language: English
isbn 9789386397942
length 201p.