Hindu: Nacionalismo Religioso Y Politica En La India Contemporane A

November 14, 2019

Hindu: Nacionalismo Religioso Y Politica En La India Contemporane A

Titulo del libro: Hindu: Nacionalismo Religioso Y Politica En La India Contemporane A

Autor: Eva Borreguero

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SINOPSIS

On 12 December 1992 a crowd of angry Hindus assaulted and destroyed the Babri Mosque in Ayodhia (India). During the following days more than a thousand people die victims of violence between Hindus and Muslims. The event was the culmination of a mobilization campaign orchestrated by Hindu nationalist forces, who sought to purge Indian history of its Islamic past and restore the glorious Hindu civilization. Through the account of how the symbolic elements of a nationalism based on a civilization of extraordinary wealth evolve and how the political and cultural context modulate this ideological formation, Eva Borreguero analyzes the numerous elements of complexity that affect the Indian national construction and the Main symbols that define the modern Hindu nation. In her will to make Hinduism a political religion, the great challenge of Hindu nationalism, she warns, will be to encompass the social, linguistic and religious heterogeneity of India in a unitary national project whose cost will be the cultural exclusion of Muslims And cristianos.On 12 December 1992 a crowd of angry Hindus assaulted and destroyed the Babri Mosque in Ayodhia (India). During the following days more than a thousand people die victims of violence between Hindus and Muslims. The event was the culmination of a mobilization campaign orchestrated by Hindu nationalist forces, who sought to purge Indian history of its Islamic past and restore the glorious Hindu civilization. Through the account of how the symbolic elements of a nationalism based on a civilization of extraordinary wealth evolve and how the political and cultural context modulate this ideological formation, Eva Borreguero analyzes the numerous elements of complexity that affect the Indian national construction and the Main symbols that Define the modern Hindu nation. In her will to make Hinduism a political religion, the great challenge of Hindu nationalism, she warns, will be to encompass the social, linguistic and religious heterogeneity of India in a unitary national project whose cost will be the cultural exclusion of Muslims And Christians.