Co-Existence in Pluralistic Society

Co-Existence in Pluralistic Society

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Author: Eminent Contributors
Editor(s): Madanjit Kaur
Publisher: Guru Nanak Dev University
Year: 1991
Language: English
Pages: 217
ISBN/UPC (if available): N/A


Phenomenal rise of the ethnic struggle for autonomy at the International level has posed a serious challenge to the existing state-systems and co-existence in pluralistic societies all over the world. India is no exception in witnessing political consciousness of the ethnic identity of minority cultural groups and their conflict with the majority community dominating the national political order.

The present struggle of sub-nationalities in various parts of India is assuming alarming proportions and is threatening the very existence of the Indian Democratic State. The visible minorities and other designated social groups should be better represented in the vast majority of the occupational categories and the decision making power at the government level. Despite forty-four years of independence, visible minorities have been paid little attention in India. Their representation is meager and their participation is almost negligible in the policy-making of the state affairs. They are suppressed and repressed by the dominance of majority culture.

It is necessary to trace the genesis of the history of the Punjab crisis and to remind the basic postulates of the Punjab problem. There is every likelihood of the emergence of a new dimension in Indian National politics and the overall scenario in the Punjab.





Religion and Integration

Prejudice and Religious Expressions in a Pluralistic Society

Identity Crisis in Religious Faiths and Communities

National Integration and Religious Minorities

Christianity and National Integration

Convergence of Religions

Genesis of Hindu-Muslim Tension and Communal Problem

Relationship Between Religion and Politics: The Islamic Perspective

Relationship Between Religion and Politics: The Sikh Perspective

Rule of Law and Role of Sikhism in Communal Harmony

Article 25 of the Indian Constitution

Co-Existence in Pluralistic Society: A Psycho-Social Issue

Impact of Sikhism on Indian Society

Social Structure and Social Conflict among the Sikhs

Comparative Study of Indian Literature for National Integration

The Problem of National Integration in India and the Relevance of the Sikh Literary and Linguistic Traditions

The Sikh Archives: Its Organization and Loss

Pluralistic Society: Concept Clarified

A Different Argument for Secularism

Terrorism, Religion and Our Future