PB pp. xii + 244 The inherently stable co-existence of India's diverse ethnic, cultural and religious groups faces its greatest threat today. This struggle for harmony was in a
sense inevitable. Sweeping, all-round change brought about by rapid modernization and cultural flux were bound to have had an unsettling impact on the social fabric. What is less clear is the course of such change. Will India lose its secular character? Will new sectarian and communal identities be formed? What is secularism anyway and why should it be important?
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