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Hindu wife, Hindu nation, community, religion, and cultural nationalism / Tanika Sarkar.

By: Sarkar, Tanika, 1949-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Bloomington : Indiana University Press, 2018Description: viii, 290 p. ; 22 cm.ISBN: 9788178240671.Other title: Hindu wife, Hindu nation.Subject(s): Caṭṭopādhyāẏa, Baṅkimacandra, 1838-1894. Ānandamaṭha | Hindu women -- Social conditions | Hindu women -- Government policy -- India | Women in popular culture -- India | Women in Hinduism -- India | Hinduism and politics -- India | India -- Politics and government | India -- Religious life and customsDDC classification: 305.48694 SAR Online resources: Book review (H-Net) | Table of Contents
Contents:
Machine generated contents note: 1 Hindu Wife, Hindu Nation -- Domesticity and Nationalism in Nineteenth-Century Bengal -- 2 Talking About Scandals -- Religion, Law and Love in Late Nineteenth-Century Bengal -- 3 A Book of Her Own, A Life of Her Own -- The Autobiography of a Nineteenth-Century Woman -- 4 Bankimchandra and the Impossibility of -- a Political Agenda -- 5 Imagining Hindu Rashtra -- The Hindu and the Muslim in Bankimchandra's Writings -- 6 Conjugality and Hindu Nationalism -- Resisting Colonial Reason and the Death of a Child-Wife 7 A Pre-History of Rights? The Age of Consent -- Debates in Colonial Bengal -- 8 Nationalist Iconography -- The Image of Women in Nineteenth-Century -- Bengali Literature -- 9 Aspects of Contemporary Hindutva Theology -- The Voice of Sadhvi Rithambhara.
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Machine generated contents note: 1 Hindu Wife, Hindu Nation -- Domesticity and Nationalism in Nineteenth-Century Bengal -- 2 Talking About Scandals -- Religion, Law and Love in Late Nineteenth-Century Bengal -- 3 A Book of Her Own, A Life of Her Own -- The Autobiography of a Nineteenth-Century Woman -- 4 Bankimchandra and the Impossibility of -- a Political Agenda -- 5 Imagining Hindu Rashtra -- The Hindu and the Muslim in Bankimchandra's Writings -- 6 Conjugality and Hindu Nationalism -- Resisting Colonial Reason and the Death of a Child-Wife 7 A Pre-History of Rights? The Age of Consent -- Debates in Colonial Bengal -- 8 Nationalist Iconography -- The Image of Women in Nineteenth-Century -- Bengali Literature -- 9 Aspects of Contemporary Hindutva Theology -- The Voice of Sadhvi Rithambhara.

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