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Ramvilas Sharma’s disguised Hindutva

In modern India, Hindutva has taken the forms of fanatic Hindutva, soft Hindutva and the Left’s disguised Hindutva. One of the most vocal representatives of the Left’s disguised Hindutva was Ramvilas Sharma. Tulsi Ram has exposed this facet of the famous critic in this essay

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