Author: Samir Banerjee
Sanjeev Ghotge/Several Contributors
Translator(s)/ Editors(s): Samir Banerjee
Publisher: Indian Institute of Advanced Study
ISBN/UPC (if available): 81-85952-99-X
This volume explores issues like the meaning of an India, the essence of Indian nation, Indian womanhood, and provides penetrating insights into various issues of the Indian identity.
The Indian Institute of Advanced Study, Shimla organized a seminar to commemorate the golden jubilee of India's independence. This volume is an outcome of this seminar which explores issues like the meaning of an India, the essence of Indian nation, degeneration and regeneration of the Institutions, liberalism and common good, the role of teachers and education for twenty-first century, the value and purpose of education, information, technological issues, Gandhian agenda, the industrial agrarian problems, Indian womanhood, Indian identity etc.
These penetrating insights into various issues of the Indian identity will be welcomed by all those interested in the destiny of India.
The Need for an Agenda: A Sense of Belonging
S Banerjee and S Ghotge
What does being an Indian mean?
The Essence of a Nation: India
Degeneratgion and Regeneration of Institutions
M R Rajagopalan
Liberalism, individual autonomy and the idea of a common good
Indian civilization and the role of the Teacher in the present era
Shyam Bahaduri Namra
Education for the Twentyfirst Century: towards an enlightened and humane society
The Value and purpose of Education
Some Issues on use of Information Technology for Mass Education
H S Jamadagni
Is it possible to spell out a broadly Gandhian Agenda for India?
Industry, Agriculture, Nature, Animals and Man: Is there more than just utility linking them together? Sanjeev Ghotge
Is there an Indian Woman?
Who owns India? The meaning of "My" in "My Country:"
Rallying around the question, " Who owns India?"