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Maharashtra Politics Related
Elite Pluralism and Class Rule: Political Development in Maharashtra, India
Jayant Lele (Author)
Publisher: Univ of Toronto Pr (January 1982)
Shiv Sena Women: Violence and Communalism in a Bombay Slum
Atreyee Sen (Author)
This engaging book, based on Atreyee Sen's immersion into the low-income, working-class slums of Bombay, tells the story of the women and children of the Shiv Sena, one of the most radical and violent of the Hindu nationalist parties that dominated Indian politics throughout the 90s and into the present.
The Charisma of Direct Action: Power, Politics, and the Shiv Sena
Julia M. Eckert (Author)
This book is a study of the Shiv Sena, a minor but most influential affiliate of the Hindu nationalist movement.
Maharashtra, India
Tarini Bedi (Author)
This dissertation engages with the political, historical, and cultural ramifications of women's political performance and the formation of gendered political subjects. It explores anthropological concerns with performance and the subject through the study of female party-workers in Shiv Sena, a militant political party in Western India.
Wages of Violence: Naming and Identity in Postcolonial Bombay.
Thomas Blom Hansen (Author)
When Bombay changed its name to Mumbai in 1995, it was the culmination of a long process that transformed India's primary symbol of modernity and cultural diversity into a site of intense ethnic conflict and violent nationalism.
The Saffron Wave
Thomas Blom Hansen (Author)
The rise of strong nationalist and religious movements in postcolonial and newly democratic countries alarms many Western observers. In The Saffron Wave, Thomas Hansen turns our attention to recent events in the world's largest democracy, India.
Lalitha Gopalan (Author)
In January 1993 sectarian rioting left two thousand Hindus and Muslims dead in Bombay. Only two years later Mani Ratnam's audacious Tamil filmBombay (1995) used these events as a backdrop to a love story between a Hindu boy and a Muslim girl.
Riots and After in Mumbai: Chronicles of Truth and Reconciliation
Meena Menon (Author)
Riots and After in Mumbai provides a synoptic record of events in Mumbai, focusing essentially on the history of riots in the city. Using this framework, it attempts to understand the sociopolitical and cultural realities of present-day Mumbai through a collection of narratives of the people affected by the communal riots of 1992 93.
Provincial Politics and Indian Nationalism: Bombay and the Indian National Congress 1880-1915
Gordon Johnson (Author)
This is a study of the Indian National Congress, the first political association to approach the government of India at an all-India level. The Congress became the most important national party in twentieth century India, and the whole history of the freedom movement is closely bound up with its fortunes.
Reawakening to a Secular Hindu Nation: M. S. Golwalkar's Vision of a Dharmasapeksa Hindurastra
Shrinivas Tilak (Author)
This work undertakes a critical inquiry into M. S. Golwalkar's vision of a Hindu nation that would be in harmony with a functioning secular state in contemporary India.
Veer Savarkar Father of Hindu Nationalism
Jaywant D. Joglekar (Author)
Great leaders of the past century dominated Indian political scene for a decade or two. But Savarkar's name shines brightly from 1900 to 1966.
And Who Will Make the Chapatis?: A Study of All-Women Panchayats in Maharashtra
Bishakha Datta (Author, Editor)
All-women panchayats, which are elected institutions of local government, represent attempts by rural women to carve out a political space that will enable them to place their needs and priorities on the political agenda.


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