The Fundamental Unity of India

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Orient Blackswan, 2004 - Nationalism - 148 pages
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There Is No Other Work As Influential As This Study Of The Idea Of India`S Unity Imbedded In The Classical Hindu Texts And Scriptures. As Opposed To The Colonial Notion That British Rule Had United Indai, This Book Argues That There Was An Inherent Unity In Indain Civilization As It Took Shape In Ancient India.
 

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Contents

The Deep Structure
1
Preface to the First Edition
15
Authors Introduction
21
The Argument
32
A Historical Note
136
Appendix 1
144
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