Constructs and Religion : British Colonialism's Role in Colonial Era Hinduism
Sharma, Rahul Dharmaraj
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The author proposes that the formal construction of the Hindu religion is a product of British Colonialism and that native Indian contributions to the definition of Hinduism are shaped by British Colonial government and education systems.
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