Economy and nationalism and National Integration of IndiaAuthor(s):
Dr. Md. Areef InamdarAbstract:
Nation building is a task in which the process of national integration and unifying the nationalities of various cultures and languages is undertaken to achieve homogeneous culture. The article explains the process whereby people transfer their commitment and loyalty from smaller tribe, village of petty principalities to the larger central political system," The task of national building from this point of view is that of creating a participant and homogeneous culture. This article throws light on importance of unifying culture that mean the aggregate of shared values, norms, habits and customs which give to member of a population a sense of belonging to a common community and which is varying degrees give unity, direction. In any developing society, nation building is the most crucial problem. In the traditional society when the process of modernization and political development begins, the problem of integration of the society also arises. In the early years after independence, the tasks before the national government were so great and the problems generated after the partition of India were so disturbing that decisions to work through an authoritarian government could have been justified. But the Indian leadership decided to meet all these situations through open and democratic framework. Through successful efforts for national consolidation, the state was first built through strict methods of integration.Pages: 83-87 | Views: 264 | Downloads: 114Download Full Article: Click Here
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Dr. Md. Areef Inamdar. Economy and nationalism and National Integration of India. Int J Multidiscip Trends 2020;2(2):83-87.