Lot#35 || NATIONALITIES IN INDIAN POLITICS
M.S. Vairanapillai (1946)

First edition
9.00 x 6.00 x 1.00 in

Estimate   30,000 - ₹ 50,000

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This book is the author's take on a question he was often asked by his acquaintances in and outside India: "Could India exist as a nation, and wouldn't it be better to divide the country into several autonomous states?" The book is also stamped by Dewan Bahadur Arayamudu Iyengar,a member of the Report of the Reforms Committee, also nominated as Chairman in 1938. The author starts with a simple terminology defining nation and nationhood; then goes on to describe race as a factor in nationhood. Race is then negated as the reason behind social conflicts in India after which the dawn of Indian freedom is presented. Finally, the pressing need for universal economic and social democracy is expressed. followed by the dream of a united India flourishing as a classless social order.
PUBLISHED
Lahore
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