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Indian Politics Thought And Nationalism

Audience: Suitable for both newcomers and experienced individuals in political science.
Key Concepts: Covers essential political science concepts, terminologies, and ideologies.
Foundation: Builds a strong foundation for understanding political science.
Series: First of ten volumes aimed at enhancing comprehension and engagement.
In-Depth Study: Encourages thorough study of each presented term, concept, and idea.
Conciseness: Provides clear and concise points for better understanding.

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                                                                                – Pavneet Singh –

Pavneet Singh

Pavneet Singh transcends the role of an ordinary educational consultant, assuming the mantle of a dedicated mentor whose mission is to actively mould the destinies of civil services aspirants towards a triumphant path of achievement. With a profound reservoir of knowledge and a wealth of experience under his belt.
He is an educational consultant and is associated with training aspirants for the Civil Services Examination. He is also the author of many best – selling titles for the Civil Services Examination.

About the book:

Political thought and nationalism have been central to the formation and evolution of modern India. From ancient philosophies to contemporary debates, the ideas that have shaped Indian politics offer a rich and complex tapestry of thought and action. This book aims to explore the diverse landscape of Indian political thought and nationalism, tracing their development from ancient times to the present day.
In examining the roots of Indian political thought, we delve into the classical texts and ideas that have informed Indian governance and political theory. The ancient and medieval periods provide a foundation for understanding the early concepts of statecraft, justice, and leadership that have influenced subsequent generations.
The book also addresses the profound impact of British colonial rule on Indian political thought. The colonial period was a time of significant change and challenge, as Indian intellectuals grappled with questions of identity, sovereignty, and reform. The rise of modern nationalist movements, including the struggle for independence and the role of key figures such as Mahatma Gandhi, represents a pivotal era in the evolution of Indian political thought.
Post-independence India saw the establishment of a new political framework based on principles of democracy, secularism, and socialism. This period of nation-building was marked by the efforts of leaders like Jawaharlal Nehru and Sardar Patel to create a unified and progressive nation-state.


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