Imagining India

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Hurst, 2000 - East and West - 298 pages
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The author of this text argues that the West's major depictions of India as the civilization of caste, villages, spiritualism and divine kings - and as a land dominated by imagination rather than reason - have had the effect of depriving Indians of their capacity to rule their own world.

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I could not maintain an active interest in this book as I was reading it, even though it seemed interesting when I bought it. The author discusses traditional European views on India, mostly from the ... Read full review

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