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Diametrical Nationalisms: Rulers, Rebels and Masses in Manipur

Author(s) : Malem Ningthouja ,
Region : World | Language : English | Product Binding : Hardbound | Year : 2015
ISBN : 9789350022726

INR : 895.00

Overview

Contemporary India is mired in the complex cycle of conflicts generated by different nationalisms that have been diametrical to one another. In the context of Manipur, diametrical nationalisms have preceded the objective form of any projected nationhood. The Indian state’s integration trajectories in regards to  Manipur, militarisation by the State and the contentious nationalist forces, insurgency and counter-insurgency, and community consolidations initiatives and ‘ethnic’ conflicts, have been integral to the larger trend of the processes towards creating differently imagined nations such as India, Manipur, Nagalim and Zale’n-gam. In this regards, the book analyses the character of the Indian state and the material objectives of Indian nationalism and counter-insurgency. It studies the dialectics of the growth of insurgency, which have been instrumental in the articulation of anti-colonial discourses, and the civil liberties assertions for democratic rights and security. The book also narrates the chronology of the growth of the diametrical nationalist forces and the complex processes of the coordination and conflict among those forces. The book also enquires if either the rulers or the rebels, rallying on the mass support and operating in the name of the masses, have been able to make any revolutionary breakthrough for the larger chunk of the masses.

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