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Inclusive Imagination: A Comment on Religion and Culture in India

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Liberal-secular thought, which relegates religion to the realm of the private, is limited in its ability to create a prejudice-free inter-religious life in India. Therefore, discovering or creating political languages that can appeal to the popular ethical imagination is a moral imperative for our times. Living ethical traditions need to be examined closely for imagining new forms of democratic existence. For instance, cinema, the most powerful source of public narratives in contemporary India, can offer lessons for fashioning a contemporary morality.

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