Fractured tales : invisibles in Indian democracy / Badri Narayan.

By: Badri NarayanPublisher: New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2016Description: xiv, 186 pISBN: 9780199466283Subject(s): Democracy -- India -- Uttar Pradesh | Dalits -- India -- Uttar Pradesh | Marginality, Social -- India -- Uttar Pradesh | Dalits | Democracy | Marginality, Social | Politics and governmentDDC classification: 305.568 809 542 Online resources: Click here to access online Review: "Fracture Tales documents narratives of the voiceless and invisible dalit castes that have been left out in the 60 years of state-led Indian democracy. Exploring the deepening of democracy among the dalits of Uttar Pradesh, it argues that the process of democratization of these communities over-represents some groups such as the Chamars and Pasis while neglecting others like the Musahar, Bansphor, and Sapera communities"--Page [4] of cover.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 171-177) and index.

"Fracture Tales documents narratives of the voiceless and invisible dalit castes that have been left out in the 60 years of state-led Indian democracy. Exploring the deepening of democracy among the dalits of Uttar Pradesh, it argues that the process of democratization of these communities over-represents some groups such as the Chamars and Pasis while neglecting others like the Musahar, Bansphor, and Sapera communities"--Page [4] of cover.

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