Secularism's Last Sigh?: Hindutva and the (mis)rule of Law
Questioning the Supreme Court elision of the meaning of Hinduism with the meaning Hindutva, this book contends that Hindutva cannot be separated from its appeal to religion, nor from its assault on the legitimacy of religious minorities.
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The Supreme Court Hindutva Judgments
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