AATMANIRBHARTA: Revisiting the Idea and Practices
Edited by Vandana Mishra and Swadesh Singh
  • ISBN : 9789390658206
  • year : 2021
  • language : English
  • binding : Hardbound
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The idea of 'Aatmanirbharta' is eternal. It is about the strength of the society and eternity of the nation. Yet the practical aspect of it is not only debatable in the present inter-dependent world order but is also subject to push and pulls, pressures and challenges of resources originating from the decidedly unequal world. Herein, the need of the hour is to understand one's self—our needs, our capacity, our strengths, and also our limitations—and then move on to improve and excel with a vision of reflecting one's personality in that of society and the nation. The journey of being Aatmanirbhar is all about deciphering the heights that we can scale provided we are grounded enough. This book is an endeavour to understand the journey of idea and practices of Aatmanirbharta. About the Editors- Vandana Mishra is an Assistant Professor in the Centre for Comparative Politics and Political Theory, School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University. She has done her PhD from the Department of Political Science, Delhi University. Her areas of interest include Indian Government and Politics, Comparative Politics, Public Policy and Coalition Politics. She has a teaching experience of more than 18 years in various colleges of Delhi University. She has 26 research papers and three books to her credit. Swadesh Singh teaches Political Science as an Assistant Professor in Satyawati College, University of Delhi. He holds a PhD degree from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. He has three books to his credit. He regularly contributes articles to journals and different media platforms. His core areas of interest are party system, social justice, caste, Hindutva and media. Contents 1. Swadeshi Movement - Vandana Mishra, Dhvanit Goswami 2. Gandhian Idea of Swadeshi and Self-Reliance - Vivek Mishra, Avanish Kumar 3. Sangh Parivar and Self-Reliance - Anshu Joshi 4. Western Notions of Self-Reliance - Netaji Abhinandan, Monika Gupta 5. Waves of Globalization - Pranav Kumar, Ranjana Singh 6. Market Economy: Institutions, Treaties and Reforms - Menka Singh 7. Self-Reliance and Anti-Globalization Protests - Varada Sombhus, Pratik Kumar 8. India’s Preparedness for Self-Reliance: An Analysis of Economic Sector - Gaurav Singh, Tripti Singh 9.Assessing India’s Preparedness in the Defence Manufacturing and Technology Sector - Shantesh Singh, Honey Raj 10.Making Indian Women Aatmanirbhar: A Case Study of SEWA, Amul and Navdanya - Nishant Kumar, Smita Agarwal 11.Branding Ayurveda: A Case Study of Dabur, Himalaya, Patanjali, MDH - Shri Prakash Singh, Siddhartha Ghosh 12.Making the Agrarian Sector Aatmanirbhar -Swadesh Singh, Yatan Sharma 13. The Making of an Aatmanirbhar Bharat: Interventions - Modi Regime - Ashutosh Trivedi, Shruti Joshi Conclusion : The Way to Destiny – Nation, Society, Self References