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  • The Past as Present: Forging Contemporary Identities Through History | Romila Thapar

    The Past as Present: Forging Contemporary Identities Through History

    • UNABRIDGED (16 hrs and 47 mins)
    • By Romila Thapar
    • Narrated By Manisha Sethi
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    Romila Thapar is one of the most important indian academics writing today. Well-researched and thoroughly accessible, this volume is sure to become essential listening for those interested in Indian history and religion. It includes her experience of writing history textbooks for school, analysis of ancient history and interpretations of the epics, and the role history plays in contemporary politics.

  • The Public Intellectual in India | Romila Thapar

    The Public Intellectual in India

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    • By Romila Thapar
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    The public intellectual in India is an endangered species. Should we care? In this well-argued book, Romila Thapar and others tell us why we should. Thapar begins by defining the critical role that such individuals play in our societies today. Collectively they are the objective, fearless, constructive voice that asks the awkward questions when government, industry, religious leaders and other bulwarks of society stray from their roles of ensuring the proper functioning of a country.

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