Partha Chatterjee

₹ 297

Currently, there is a significant issue regarding citizenship across the country. Questions have emerged about who qualifies as a citizen of India and what evidence is required to establish citizenship. Despite long-held assumptions about our citizenship, the book delves into the historical, ideological, organizational, and cultural dimensions of citizenship in India from the eighteenth century to the present. It prompts readers to consider the complexity and multifaceted nature of citizenship, raising awareness about the need for documentation and proof in the contemporary context.

Publisher: Anustup

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