By Kelly Pemberton, Michael Nijhawan
How do textual content, functionality, and rhetoric concurrently replicate and problem notions of designated neighborhood and non secular identities? This quantity examines facts of shared idioms of sanctity inside a bigger framework of spiritual nationalism, literary productions, and communalism in South Asia. participants to this quantity are rather attracted to how substitute sorts of belonging and non secular imaginations in South Asia are articulated within the mild of normative, authoritative, and particular claims upon the illustration of identities. development upon new and vast historiographical and ethnographical information, the publication demanding situations straight forward categorizations of workforce id and issues to the complicated old and modern relationships among assorted teams, companies, partially by means of investigating the discursive formations which are usually subsumed less than binary differences of dominant/subaltern, Hindu/Muslim or orthodox/heterodox. In this recognize, the publication deals a theoretical contribution past South Asia experiences by way of highlighting a necessity for a brand new interdisciplinary attempt in rethinking notions of identification, ethnicity, and religion.