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245 00 Cultural entrenchment of Hindutva :|blocal mediations and 
       forms of convergence /|ceditors, Daniela Berti, Nicolas 
       Jaoul, Pralay Kanungo. 
264  1 New Delhi :|bRoutledge India,|c2020. 
300    1 online resource :|billustrations 
336    text|2rdacontent 
336    still image|2rdacontent 
337    computer|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|2rdacarrier 
500    Previously issued in print: 2011. 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0  List of Plates -- List of Abbreviations -- Foreword -- 
       Acknowledgements -- Introduction/Daniela Berti -- PART I: 
       Hindutva-affi liated Organisations and Local Mediators -- 
       1. Music and Politics in Kerala: Hindu Nationalists Versus
       Marxists/Christine -- 2. The Local Enactment of Hindutva: 
       Writing Stories on Local Gods in Himachal Pradesh/Daniela 
       Berti -- 3. Casting Community, Culture and Faith: 
       Hindutva's Entrenchment in Arunachal Pradesh/Pralay 
       Kanungo -- 4. The Shakha and the Mandal: The Shiv Sena, 
       'Popular Culture' and People's Associations in Mumbai/
       Djallal G. -- PART II: Convergence, Gurus and Sects -- 5. 
       Health, Yoga and the Nation: Dr Karandikar and the Yoga 
       Therapy Centre, Pune, Maharashtra/Anne-Cécile Hoyez -- 6. 
       On the Margins of Hindutva: The Krishna Pranâmî Sect in 
       Nepal and India/Gérard Toffin -- 7. In the Image of 
       Jhulelal: Sindhi Hindus, Humanitarian Action and Hindu 
       Nationalism/Frédérique Pagani -- 8. Social Services, 
       Muscular Hinduism and Implicit Militancy in West Bengal: 
       The Case of the Bharat Sevashram Sangha/Raphaël Voix -- 
       PART III: Entrenchment amidst -- 9. The Symbolism of 
       Krishna in Uttar Pradesh Politics in the 1990s: 
       Understanding the 'Normalisation' of Hindutva in North 
       India/Lucia Michelutti -- 10. Casting the 'Sweepers': 
       Local Politics of Sanskritisation, Caste and Labour/
       Nicolas Jaoul -- 11. The Boa and its Petty Enemy: 
       Contemporary Relationships between Hindu Nationalists and 
       the Sikhs/Christine Moliner -- About the Editors -- Notes 
       on Contributors -- Index. 
506    Available only to authorized UTEP users. 
520    The book reflects on the discreet influence of Hindutva in
       situations/places outside or at the margins of its 
       organisational and mobilisational arena, where people 
       denying any commitment to the Sangh Parivar, incidentally,
       show affinities and parallelisms with its discourse and 
       practice. This study looks at Hindutva's entrenchment not 
       so much as an orchestration from above but more as an 
       outcome of a process that evolves in relation to specific 
       social and cultural milieus.The contributors analyse 
       Hindutva's entrenchment, emphasising on the ethnography of
       the forms of mediation and/or convergence produced in 
       certain contexts. The 11 case studies highlight three 
       different dynamics of Hindutva's cultural entrenchment. 
       The first section gathers cases where RSS-affiliated 
       organisations have set up specific cultural or artistic 
       programmes at the regional level, involving the meditation
       of local people whose interest in these programmes does 
       not necessarily mean that they endorse the Hindutva agenda
       completely. The next deals with convergence and refers to 
       cases where the followers gather around a charismatic 
       personality, whose precepts and practice may bring them 
       towards a closer affinity with the Hindutva programme. The
       last section deals with the contexts of resistance, where 
       social milieus engaged in opposing Hindutva may, in fact, 
       paradoxically, and even inadvertently, imbibe some of its 
       ideas and practices in order to contest its claims. 
545 0  Daniela Berti is Research Fellow in Social Anthropology, 
       French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS), 
       Paris, andaffiliated to theCentre for Himalayan Studies, 
       Villejuif, France.Nicolas Jaoul is Researcher, 
       Anthropology, French National Centre for Scientific 
       Research (CNRS), Paris, attached to the Institut de 
       Recherches Interdisciplinaires sur les Enjeux Sociaux 
       (IRIS, EHESS), Paris and affiliated to the Centre d'Etudes
       de l'Asie du Sud, Paris.Pralay Kanungo is Professor, 
       Centre for Political Science, Jawaharlal Nehru University,
       New Delhi. 
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650  0 Hindutva. 
650  0 Hinduism and politics|zIndia. 
650  0 Religion and culture|zIndia. 
651  7 India.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01210276 
700 1  Berti, Daniela,|eeditor. 
700 1  Jaoul, Nicolas,|eeditor. 
700 1  Kanungo, Pralay,|eeditor. 
776 08 |iPrint version:|z9780415677998. 
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