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Title Religious interactions in modern India / edited by Martin Fuchs and Vasudha Dalmia.
Imprint New Delhi, India : Oxford University Press, 2019.
2019.
Edition First edition.

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Subject Religious pluralism -- India -- Congresses.
Religions -- Relations -- Congresses.
India -- Religion -- 19th century -- Congresses.
India -- Religion -- 20th century -- Congresses.
India -- Religious life and customs -- Congresses.
Alt Name Fuchs, Martin, 1950-
Dalmia, Vasudha, 1947-
Modernity, Diversity, and the Public Sphere: Negotiating Religious Identities in 18th-20th Century India (Conference) (2010 : Erfurt, Germany)
Description 1 online resource
Edition First edition.
Note Papers based on those originally presented at a conference titled 'Modernity, Diversity, and the Public Sphere: Negotiating Religious Identities in 18th-20th Century India', organized by Max Weber Centre for Advanced Cultural and Social Studies, University of Erfurt, Germany, in September 2010.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Between complicit entanglement and creative dissonance / Gita Dharampal-Frick, Millinda Banerjee -- On the cusp of colonial modernity / Barbara D. Metcalf -- The evasive guru and the errant wife / Srilata Raman -- Jain identity and the public sphere in nineteenth-century India / John E. Cort -- Whither pluralities and differences? / Vasudha Dalmia -- Configuring community in colonial and precolonial imaginaries / Anne Murphy -- Educating the monkhood / Monika Horstmann -- Secularizing renunciation? / Catherine Clementin-Ojha -- The logics of multiple belonging / Kumkum Sangari -- The crucible of peace / Anna Bigelow -- Voting, religion, and the people's sovereignty in late colonial India / David Gilmartin -- Dalit liberative identity as amalgam / George Oommen -- Dhamma and the common good / Martin Fuchs.
Summary Religions in South Asia have tended to be studied in blocks, whether in the various monolithic traditions in which they are now regarded, thus Hindu, Muslim, Buddhist, Sikh, Jain, or indeed in temporal blocks: ancient, medieval, modern. This volume seeks to look at relationships both within and between religions. It explores the diversity and the multiplicity within each tradition, but also the specific forms of their co-existence with each other, whether in accord or in antagonism.
Note Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on July 31, 2019).
ISBN 9780199097661 electronic book
0199097666 electronic book
9780198081685
0198081685
OCLC # 1110102020
Additional Format Print version: Modernity, Diversity, and the Public Sphere: Negotiating Religious Identities in 18th-20th Century India (Conference) (2010 : Erfurt, Germany). Religious interactions in modern India. First edition. New Delhi, India : Oxford University Press, 2019 9780198081685 (OCoLC)1087484179.


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