Becoming 'Hindu' and 'Muslim': Identity and Conflict in Malabar
AbstractMost are born into a religion, some acquire a religious identity; and unfortunate view have religion thrust upon them. While the first of these statements is an objective fact the latter two raises questions both of subjective perceptions and of temporality. [Working Paper No. 255]
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religion; identity; objective; subjective; perceptions;
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