CONTENTS:- 1. Cultural reorientation in India. 2. Evolutionary model of society. 3. Applicability of a Darwinian view. 4. Institutions, deviance and change. 5. Theory of societal guidance. 6. Substantive and methodological assumptions of societal analysis. 7. Realm of action and its laws. 8. The active orientation. 9. Emergence of Hindu communal ideology. 10. Growing social irrelevance. 11. Culture of politics. 12. Secularism in Indian polity.
Cultural reorientation in all spheres of Indian society has been one of the most significant developments of the twentieth centuries. Values are, by common consent, central to culture. So an academic excursion into the reorientation of culture would be incomplete without an exploration of some way by which academic intervention may help to reorient culture and values. This book contains lively and fruitful information about the process of cultural reorientation and is valueable for all who interested.