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Indian Secularity against Fundamentalism

India. In a cultural fabric that was characterised by harmony and tolerance, factors of violence entered the scene. This violence exploded with especial virulence after the partition of the country in 1947. The intertwining of the politicisation of religion and exaggerated communalism led to a spiral of clashes between Hindus and Muslims.

This article was published in Oasis 20. Read the table of contents

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