Hindutva, Religious And Ethnocultural Minorities, And Indian Christian Theology

Author(s): Clarke, Sathianathan

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Abstract   An analysis of the ideology and agenda of Hindu nationalism in an historical perspective reveals the way in which the Dalits and Adivasis perceived to present a threat to the fulfillment of this nationalist agenda. The Hinduization of India manifests with a propensity to eradicate all forms of variant plurality.
Publication Title Harvard Theological Review
Publisher Cambridge University Press
Publication Date 04/2002
URIs http://journals.cambridge.org/abstract_S0017816002000123
http://www.jstor.org/stable/4150720
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Keywords Christianity
Christianity and other religions
Christians in India
Criticism and interpretation
Hinduism
India
Minority & ethnic groups
Social aspects
Theology
folk belief systems
nationalism
religion
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