3 edition of Hindu women and the power of ideology found in the catalog.
Hindu women and the power of ideology
Includes bibliography and index.
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|Pagination||viii, 168 p. :|
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Authors from a variety of disciplines assess the issues facing women in Muslim societies not only in the Middle East but also in Africa and Asia. They stress the importance of historical context, local customs and policies in defining the status of Muslim women, and examine how women are coping with challenges such as modernity and conservative reaction.2/5(1). Top news of the day: Jamia student shot at during protest march, Rahul Gandhi says Naredra Modi and Nathuram Godse share same ideology, and Location: Kasturi Building, Anna Salai, , Mount Road, Chennai, , Tamil Nadu.
Kalyani Menon's brilliant reconstruction reveals women as the key to the Hindu nationalist goal to establish India as a Hindu nation."-- Missiology: An International Review, "Everyday Nationalism is an important book for understanding the dynamics and rationale of hindutva ideology. Everyday Nationalism contends that the Hindu nationalist movement's power to attract and maintain constituencies with incongruous beliefs and practices is key to its growth. The book reveals that the movement's success is facilitated by its ability to become meaningful in people's daily lives, resonating with their constructions of the past Cited by:
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Spine title: Hindu women & the power of ideology. Description: viii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. A poignant case study of the way in which ideology, religion, and social structure have converged to subjugate women.
The author demonstrates how this blatantly patriarchal society is justified by an ideology, `Pativratya,' which holds that a woman's spiritual salvation depends upon her total devotion, service, and subordination to her by: Fane remarks, in her article published inthat it is the underlying Hindu beliefs of "women are honored, considered most capable of responsibility, strong" that made Indira Gandhi culturally acceptable as the prime minister of India, yet the country has in the recent centuries witnessed the development of diverse ideologies, both Hindu.
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"Everyday Nationalism is an important book for understanding the dynamics and rationale of hindutva ideology. Kalyani Menon's brilliant reconstruction reveals women as the key to the Hindu nationalist goal to establish India as a Hindu nation."—Missiology: An International Review.
Everyday Nationalism is admirably well-written book that could have been strengthened through critical engagement with the works of other contemporary scholars who have carried out similar ethnographic projects on Hindu nationalist women in urban of these scholars have shown how ordinary and inconspicuous nationalist women sustain a strategic engagement with the Hindutva.
Replete with inspired illustrations by award-winning artists B.G. Sharma and Mahaveer Swami, Beauty, Power & Gracefeatures Krishna Dharma’s dramatic retellings of pivotal ancient Indian stories of the many Hindu Goddesses.
Adapted from ancient Sanskrit texts, the stories in Beauty, Power & Grace represent one of the most fundamental aspects of Hinduism—the innumerable /5(5).
Gender in the Hindu Nation: RSS women as Ideologues. Paola Bacchetta. New Delhi: Women Unlimited (an associate of Kali for Women1). $ hardcover. Reviewed by: Anu Sabhlok2 Recent years have seen an increasingly sophisticated scholarship on the.
Today's News Headlines, Breaking News & Latest News from India and World, News from Politics, Sports, Business, Arts and Entertainment. The three pillars of the RSS ideology are Hindu (identity), Hindi (language), and Hindutva (ideology).
Hindutva is a supremacist ideology. In his book We or Our Nationhood Defined, Golwalker made clear that he expected non-Hindus to be “wholly subordinated” to Hindus. Hindutva, or Hindu fascism, is an ethnonationalist ideology and movement that claims Hindu racial and cultural superiority and uses violence to Author: Alliance For Justice And Accountability.
Everyday Nationalism: Women of the Hindu Right in India Kalyani Devaki Menon. Series: The To understand the expansionary power of Hindu nationalism, Kalyani Menon argues, it is critical to examine the everyday constructions of politics and ideology through which activists garner support at the grassroots level.
The book reveals that the. Daughters of Independence: Gender, Caste and Class in India. JOANNA LIDDLE and RAMA JOSHI.: Hindu Women and the Power of Ideology. VANAJA DHRUVARAJANCited by: "The Sangh ideology is slowly becoming the state ideology," he adds.
India's defining character is its diversity - including religious. That will be subtly and efficiently destroyed by introducing. Hindu nationalism may have arrived formally inwhen the BJP first won a national election, but it is in that the party found its watershed vote, under the Modi-Shah duo.
Indian politics. His book, Ideology and Identity: The Changing Party Systems of India (Oxford University Press, ), co-authored with Pradeep Chhibber, develops a new approach to defining the contours of what constitutes an ideology in multiethnic countries such as Size: KB.
Religious Ideology, Hindu Women, and Development in India Article in Journal of Social Issues 46(3) - 69 April with Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Vanaja Dhruvarajan.
In her recent book Gender in the Hindu Nation she presents three essays that speak to the role and representation of, and by women within the Hindu Nationalist discourse. Hindutva, a Hindu nationalist movement, is an ideology that claims India to be a Hindu nation and positions itself in opposition to Muslims and Christians in India.
Everyday Nationalism contends that the Hindu nationalist movement's power to attract and maintain constituencies with incongruous beliefs and practices is key to its growth. The book reveals that the movement's success is facilitated by its ability to become meaningful in people's daily lives, resonating with their constructions of the past.
Why I am a Hindu () is a masterful reflection on the impact of religion on one’s personal and national identity. In Why I am a Hindu, Shashi Tharoor, one of India’s leading politicians, offers a personal reflection on how his relationship with Hinduism shapes both his personal and national identities along with his political ideology.
Xiaoping Chen’s book, Hindu Nationalism and the Development of India’s Post-Independence Politics, is a welcome change. Chen’s book predominantly focuses on Hindu nationalism’s influence on the dynamics of Indian domestic politics and foreign policies, and is also a systematic introduction of the emergence, evolution, and development of.The potential for women to gain power through the state was a theme of work undertaken during the early s (BroomPivenDahlerup Piven () called for the women's movement.Hindus (Hindustani: ()) are persons who regard themselves as culturally, ethnically, or religiously adhering to aspects of Hinduism.
Historically, the term has also been used as a geographical, cultural, and later religious identifier for people living in the Indian subcontinent. The historical meaning of the term Hindu has evolved with time.
Starting with the Persian and Greek references to.