- MasterwwebNews 15/2/16 - Hindustaniyat: Pining For Its Spirit
- In India, many national leaders following Gandhi were averse to the idea of the Sanskritization of language, and to the replacement of commonly understood words, derived from Persian and Arabic, by coining Sanskrit terms for them. Some easy examples ...
- Sanskritization, de-Sanskritization and colonial rule
- Sanskritization is a term coined by the famous Sociologist, Dr M.N. Srinivas.
- Narendra Modi is the most popular leader in country: Opinion poll
- Jeet. pislamic language is Urdu/arabic script.Hindi is sanskritization + devanagari.
- The Myth of India's Vegetarian Elites: A Response to NPR and New York Times
- Unfortunately, in the popular Western imagination, caught up with delusions of its own agency and the lack of any such for the other, the realities of Sanskritization and Mandalization in India are too much of a headache to acknowledge perhaps. We find ...
- A classic remembered
- Though Srinivas cites the name of Max Weber once, and quiet often relates caste issues to his own well discussed concept - Sanskritization, he never mentions anything about the theoretical framework he uses in this study. He also makes a passing remark ...
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