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On Religion and Secularism

Nehru against Nehruvians

Nehru’s secular ideals are one of complexity and aim to harness the plural nature of the diverse range of religious beliefs and traditions in India. His secularism is in opposition to the framework of secularism found in Europe and America, and is of great importance to the country today—given the perversion of his ideology which has been routinely misrepresented by his successors.



 

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Updated On : 27th Feb, 2017

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