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Religious Practice and Democracy in India by PRADEEP K. CHHIBBER
In Religious Practice and Democracy in India, Pradeep Chhibber explores how religious practice shapes citizens' perceptions of politics, parties and elected officials. In this review, Adam Ziegfeld discusses the manner in which Chhibber highlights the social, and egalitarian effects of religious practices rather than focussing on the perception of religion as a divisive force.
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