Governmental and administrative policies that have either helped or hindered this notion
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In religiously and racially diverse states, the question inevitably arises as to how citizens who are different from each other in religion, race, caste, gender, etc., are to be treated, especially when they form a minority. Modern India’s motto is “unity in diversity,” and it claims to uphold full equality for all its citizens. By looking at the areas of religion, caste, and gender in both the first half of the 20thcentury and after 1947, explore, in a 1500 to 1800-word essay, various efforts made to develop the notion of the Indian “citizen” in light of “unity in diversity.” Look at each of these three areas through the prism of:
1) Governmental and administrative policies that have either helped or hindered this notion;
2) Societal behavior, attitudes, and traditions that have either helped or hindered this notion. You should develop a thesis about how successful the post-1947 Indian state and Indian society have been in turning the vision of equality with diversity into a reality.