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Sikh ethnonationalism and the political economy of the Punjab
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Sikhs and Sikhism: Comprising Guru Nanak and the Sikh Religion, Early Sikh Tradition, The Evolution of the Sikh Community and Who Is a Sikh?: W.H. McLeod, Oxford University, , pbk, ISBN: , Rs. Divine India - India - Sikh separatism: India’s problems with poverty, pluralism, inequities in development and gross disparities in wealth and education, and continuing provincial and communal violence did not disappear or diminish. The worst violence erupted in Punjab, where, ironically, the majority of the Sikh population had gained affluence in the wake of India’s Green Revolution of the late.
Sikh militancy, it has been openly asserted, had been introduced into the Sikh struggle by the Congress as a means to embarrass, divide and weaken the Akali leadership under the moderates Secondly, it is quite well known that the violence used against the Sikhs,going to Delhi during the period of Asiad, was both unjustified and provocative. “The Political Economy of Sikh Separatism: Ethnic Identity, Federalism, and the Distortions of Post-Independence Agrarian Development in Punjab–India,” in Matthew Webb and Albert Wijeweera (eds.), The Political Economy of Conflict in South Asia. (Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, ).
The Punjab region was under Hindu rule for centuries, then under Islamic dominance for five hundred years. Maharaja Ranjit Singh () then established a short-lived Sikh empire. Sikh political power collapsed on 29 March , when the British . To clarify the discussion, an illustrative study of religious nationalism in India is made, with a particular focus on, and comparison of, Sikh and Hindu religious nationalism. I show how, in their search for `chosen traumas', similar processes of categorizing and demonizing the `other' have been prevalent in both the Sikh and Hindu by:
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Early on the author exposes his political biases with statements such as "Sikh capitalist Farmers" and states that they were largely responsible for the Punjab problem. Since the author is a professor at Simon Fraser University my expectations were needlessly raised with respect to an objective perspective of the "Punjab Problem".Cited by: Get this from a library.
Sikh ethnonationalism and the political economy of the Punjab. [Shinder Purewal] -- "The 'Punjab problem' - one of the great puzzles of recent social science literature - has intrigued social scientists since the s.
Why had one of the richest provinces in the Indian republic. Sikh Ethnonationalism and the Political Economy of Punjab Article in The Journal of Asian Studies 61(3) August with Reads How we measure 'reads'. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
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Books Division. Chicago Distribution Center. Part I: Introduction. Chapter 1: “Patterns of Political Leadership” and Ethnonationalist Insurgency Chapter 2: Sikh Ethnic Identity and Early Post-Independence Politics in Punjab Part II: The Emergence of the Sikh Ethnonationalist Movement (–) Chapter 3: Beginnings of Sikh Extremism (–) Chapter 4: Emergence of Ethnonationalist Violence (–).
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The Khalistan movement is a Sikh separatist movement seeking to create a separate country called Khalistān ("The Land of the Khalsa") in the Punjab region as a homeland for Sikhs. The proposed country would consist of both the Punjab, India along with Punjab, Pakistan and include parts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Balochistan and Sindh in Pakistan; as well as Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and parts of.
This book throws new light on the study of India's development through an exploration of the triangular relationship between federalism, nationalism and the development process. It focuses on one of the seemingly paradoxical cases of impressive development and sharp federal conflicts that have been witnessed in the state of Punjab.
The book concentrates on the federal structure of the Indian. In after Partition of Punjab into Indian Punjab state and Pakistani Punjab province there were some several movements for protection of Punjabiyat in both Punjabs. Punjabi nationalism in East Punjab. Punjabi Suba movement was aimed at creation of a Punjabi-majority subah ("province") in the Punjab region of India in the s.
This movement resulted in Punjabi-majority state in India on. Part of the International Political Economy Series book series (IPES) Abstract. The north-western Indian state of Punjab experienced non-violent mobilization by large segments of its Sikh population for increased regional autonomy during the early s, and a subsequent armed separatist insurgency for an independent state from the mids to Author: Jugdep S.
Chima. Sikh Ethnonationalism, during the post Blue Star and Anti-Sikh Pogroms in Delhi and other parts of India, the anti-regime sentiments brimmed to the level and theAuthor: Satnam Singh Deol.
Sikh political system could not lag behind in upholding a cause so crucial to the Sikhs. This was equally applicable during Bhindranwale’s time and the same pattern is discernible even in the modern moderate phase of the Sikh political agenda.
The Contestation of Sikh Identity and. This timely and significant study explores the reasons behind the rise in Sikh militancy over the s and s.
It also evaluates the violent response of the Indian State in fuelling and suppressing the Sikh separatist movement, resulting in a tragic sequence of events which has included the raiding of the Golden Temple at Amritsar and the assassination of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi.5/5(1).
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Shinder Purewal's book Sikh Ethnonationalism and the Political Economy of Punjab in a sense further advances this thesis. Purewal argues that those who "explore the realm of identities and culture without taking into account the material context in which identities take shape" fail to answer some obvious questions, such as, "why.
Sikh ethnonationalism and the political economy of the Punjab / by: Purewal, Shinder. Published: () Sikh architecture in Punjab / by: Arshi, Pardeep Singh. Published: () Muslim politics in the Punjab / by: Rakkar, J. S. Published: ().
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