ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Dying Hindus-Production of Hindu Communal Common Sense in Early 20th Century Bengal

The discursive power of Hindu communalism does not spring exclusively from single texts or even a chain of them as from the swift creation of a popular network of certain tropes, themes, structures of apprehension and reform, at the heart of which functions a single mobile trope to provide the necessary ideological orientation. This produces a formation of immense potency and amazing flexibility. For, it constantly accretes new meanings, whole traditions to itself producing from its formative moment a web of thought that ranges from stereotypes to statistical and sociological analysis.

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