BSOC 104 Solved Assignment 2020-21

BSOC 104 Solved Assignment 2020-21

BSOC 104 Solved Assignment

BSOC 104 Solved Assignment SOCIOLOGY OF INDIA- II (BSOC 104)


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1. Discuss the facets of pluralism of Indian Society.
Ans – Pluralism is acknowledging the fact that multiple power groups should exist and compete in a free and open place of ideas, from which policies and law are generated to govern the society. It is a form of society in
which various social groups including the minorities maintain their independent cultural traditions without any restrictions. In simple terms it can also be a situation where people with disagreeing beliefs live in the
same society peacefully without disbanding their beliefs.

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Since time immemorial, India is a home to numerous languages, religions, tribes, races, castes and sub-castes depicting cultural pluralism. Of them religious pluralism has a different existential predicament in India.
Religious pluralism is a belief that one can overcome religious differences between different religions and conflicts within the same religion. For most religious traditions religious pluralism is based on non-literal view
of one’s religious traditions allowing for respect to be followed between different traditions on core principles rather than on marginal issues. It is an attitude which rejects focus on immaterial differences and instead
gives respect to those beliefs that are held in common, well within limits and limitations.

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The existence of religious pluralism depends on the existence of freedom of religion which is when different religions of a particular region possess the same rights of worship and public expression. Freedom of religion
is weakened when one religion is given rights or privileges which are denied to others. Religious freedom did not exist in those countries where the state restricted or prevented the public expression of religious belief and even persecuted the individual religions. In some Middle Eastern countries, where they adhere to one particular religion, pluralism is rather restricted if not overtly curbed.

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Secularism in western notion is a practise of separating state from religion, restricting in it from interfering in the religious matters of people. India has its own version of secularism. Keeping in view the pluralistic society and beliefs of the people, Gandhi, during independence struggle had come out with his Indian version of secularism which means equality of all religions. Thus, secularism in India is a result of its pluralistic diversities and this is driving India since many years and continues to do so.

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Facets of Pluralism
Society consists of people. In India we find people of distinctive physical features. Herbert Risley had classified the people of India into seven racial types. These are (i) Turko-Iranian, (ii) Indo-Aryan, (iii) Scytho-Dravidian,
(iv) Aryo-Dravidian, (v) Mongolo-Dravidian, (vi) Mongoloid, and (vii) Dravidian.
According to the 1971 census there are 1652 languages in India which are spoken as mother tongue. The famous linguist Grierson noted 179 languages and 544 dialects. India is a land of 22 official languages, 13 different scripts and over 720 dialects. India is a land of multiple religions. Though India is the birth place of Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism, Sikhism, and varieties of tribal religions, every major religion like Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Zoroastrianism and Bahaism have their strong followers in India. According to census 2011,
followers of Hinduism form 72.8% of the total population, Islam 14.2%, Christianity 2.3%, Sikhism 1.7%, Buddhism 0.7%, Jainism 0.4% and other religious groups forms 0.7% followers.There are also caste or caste
like diversities within most of these religious groups.

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However despite these diversities there are strong bonds of unity in India which are reflected in the geopolitical unity marked by the Himalayas in the north end and the oceans on the other sides. Politically India is a sovereign, secular and democratic state. The same Constitution and same Parliament cover every part of it. We share the same political culture marked by the norms of democracy, secularism and social justice. The ideal of geo-political unity of India is culturally and historically inherited as reflected in the
concepts of Bharatvarsha Multiple Images (the ancient classic name for India). The other important source of unity of India is marked by the institution of pilgrimage which is reflected in the network of shrines and sacred
places in different parts of India.

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