This book looks at India in the context of a globalized world. It starts by looking at the history of Indian civilization, exploring the roots of Indian identity and highlighting processes such as foreign invasions, foreign trade, cultural imperialism, colonial rule and the growth of Indian nationalism. The book examines the gradual democratization of Indian politics.Cultural and ethnic divisions in Indian society are examined in depth, as are the problems that have prevented economic development and stood in the way of economic liberalization. The history of India's integration into the global economy is considered, and the opportunities available to the country in the early years of the 21st century are detailed. The final chapters consider the Indian government's perception of the Indian diaspora, as well as the changing priorities reflected in IndiaOCOs foreign policy since 1947.qThe Dravidian languages which are spoken in south India include Tamil, Telegu, Malayalam and Kannada and form a language ... Kautilya, Arthashastra, edited, rearranged, translated and introduced by L. N. 40 India in a globalized world.
|Title||:||India in a Globalised World|
|Publisher||:||Manchester University Press - 2006|