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Communalism Vs. Nationalism, 1930-1942

Sukhbir Choudhary (Author)
Synopsis Communalism, gradually and slowly, finally insinuate in the minds of fundamentalists on both sides-Hinduism as well as Muslims. Constant encouragement by the Britishers, the Muslims were gaining ground and instead of bringing the Muslims nearer to the Hindus, the communal minded Muslim leaders tried to lay emphasis on the separate identity of Muslims. Taking full advantage of Hindu-Muslim bickerings over the federal scheme the British Imperialists did not loose much time and announced Communal Award in 1932. This further alienated the Muslims from Hindus. The affected the Indian political scene immensely and may be called a forerunner factor of division of India in 1947. Where most of the Muslims fought shoulder to should with Hindus start from 1857 to 1947, for Indian Independence, a few segments of Muslims ever remained communal and spirit of nationalism never touched them. The book narrates communalism and nationalism in both the communities in details. A student of modern history will find the text very useful and researchers can supplement their research on valuable information available here.
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Title Communalism Vs. Nationalism, 1930-1942
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.1996
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788174882578
length xxxiv+480p., 23cm.