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To what extent is knowledge of the people and institutions of the Indian subcontinent based on the West’s own desires for world hegemony and fantasies about its rationality? Rohit added it Nov 22, Jeffrey Grimes rated it really liked it Mar 07, Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. Account Options Sign in. Skip to services menu.

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Inden No preview available – Rajendra Prasad marked it as to-read Jan 31, In this indeh and widely praised book, Ronald Inden argues that the West’s Paperbackpages. Rishabh Parihar marked it as to-read Apr 11, Dwaipayan Banerjee added it May 16, Chandra Prabha marked it as to-read Jan 15, Philostorian Minthong is currently reading it Mar 04, In this controversial and widely praised book, Ronald Inden argues that the West’s depictions of India as the civilization of caste, imagihing, spiritualism, and divine kings — and as a land dominated by imagination rather than reason — have deprived Indians of their capacity to rule their world, which has consequently been appropriated by those in the West who wish to dominate it.

The long and the short of it is that this book applies Edward Said’s ideas about Orientalism to India, and particularly to the “essentialized” view of India that was developed by mostly British Orientalists during the age of empire.

To what extent is knowledge of the people and institutions of the Indian sub-continent based on the West’s own desires for world hegemony, and fantasies about its rationality?

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