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Religion and the Nation State: Home

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Religion - state relationships effect individuals, groups and societies. The interactions between religion and nation-state are especially dynamic within India in the years between the Salt March of 1931 and the assassination of Mohandas Gandhi in 1948. Hinduism has interacted with the nation-state of India in the years before and after independence.

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