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Preface and Acknowledgements
Introduction: Language and Politics in Independent India, Asha Sarangi
Part I: LANGUAGE, HISTORY, AND NATION
1. Language and the Constitution: The Half-hearted Compromise, Granville Austin
2. Sanskrit for the Nation, Sumathi Ramaswamy
3. Factors in the Linguistic Reorganization of Indian States, Joseph E. Schwartzberg
4. Elite Interests, Popular Passions, and Social Power in the Language Politics of India, Paul R.Brass
Part II LANGUAGE, REGION, AND STATE
5. The Political Saliency of Language in Bihar and Uttar Pradesh, Salma K. Sonntag
6. Language and Politics in Jammu and Kashmir: Issues and Perspectives, K. Warikoo
7. The Great Language Debate: Politics of Metropolitan versus Vernacular India, D.L. Sheth
Part III LANGUAGE AND THE IDENTITY POLITICS
8. Vanishing Diversities and Submerging Identities: An Indian Case, Anvita Abbi
9. Writing, Speaking, Being: Language and the Historical Formation of Identities in India, Sudipta Kaviraj
10. Talking the National Language: Hindi/Urdu/Hindustani in Indian Broadcasting and Cinema, David Lelyveld
11. Language and the Right to the City
Annotated Bibliography
Contributors



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