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Religion and Personal Law in Secular India: A Call to Judgement

by: Gerald James Larson

This book provides a comprehensive look into the issues and challenges that India faces as it tries to put a uniform civil code into practice. Scholars representing a wide range of disciplines, from both North America and India, provide perspective on complex issues of multiculturalism that characterizes Indian society and identities. Readers seeking a deeper […]

Books of Gerald James Larson
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This book provides a comprehensive look into the issues and challenges that India faces as it tries to put a uniform civil code into practice. Scholars representing a wide range of disciplines, from both North America and India, provide perspective on complex issues of multiculturalism that characterizes Indian society and identities. Readers seeking a deeper understanding of Indian history and culture will find a sensitive handling of the tensions between religious law and the claims of a modern, secular state in this timely volume.

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ISBN: 978-81-87358-06-0
Publisher: Social Science Press
Publish Date: 2002
Page Count: 376

Meet the Author
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Gerald James Larson is Rabindranath Tagore Professor of Indian Culture and Civilization, and Director of India Studies programme at Indiana University, Bloomington.

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