The Different Facets of Nationalism through Time: A Literary Review
India’s feeling of nationalism arose mainly during the struggle for freedom from the British rule. The term nationalism when we look at it from the Indian perspective does not have a close resemblance to that of the other European countries. India is a land of diversity and we often say it with pride but, underneath all this pride, there are conflicts which arise due to caste, gender, colour, race, religion, and region.
Keywords: Facets of nationalism, India’s diversities, Eugene Kamenka, Dalit Literature, Postcolonial Literature.
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