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What do you mean by Communal Politics?

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જવાબ : Communal politics is the use of religion in politics. In communal politics, one religion is presented as superior to other religions.


Give the meaning of religious differences.

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જવાબ : The term religious differences means a social division based on religious grounds. ________________________________________


What does the term Feminist Movement imply?

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જવાબ : Femini st movement means a radical women’s movement against the discriminatory attitude and sexual division of labour. ________________________________________


Write any two ways by which the caste hierarchy can be broken.

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જવાબ : Two ways by which the caste hierarchy can be broken are: • Growth of literacy • Urbanisation ________________________________________


What is caste hierarchy?

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જવાબ : Caste hierarchy is a ladder like formation in which all the caste groups are placed from the highest to the lowest. ________________________________________


Which leaders worked for the elimination of caste system in India?

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જવાબ : Jotiba Phule, Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, Mahatma Gandhi and Periyar Ramaswami Naicker. ________________________________________


What is a secular state?

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જવાબ : A secular state does not promote any religion and provides the right to its citizens to practice and preach any religion of their choice. ________________________________________


How is politics mobilised on religious lines?

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જવાબ : Sacred religious symbols, leaders, emotional appeal, plain fear etc are used to mobilise politics on religious lines. ________________________________________


Give any two examples of communal expressions in daily life.

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જવાબ : Religious prejudices, stereotypes and belief of one’s religious superiority. ________________________________________


What does the term communalism denote?

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જવાબ : Communalism denotes a belief which is based on the idea that the religion is the basis of social community and people who follow different religions cannot belong to the same social community. ________________________________________


In what way are religious differences beneficial?

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જવાબ : Religious differences are beneficial only when all religions are treated equally, and people are able to express their needs, interests and demands without any fear. ________________________________________


Who said, “Religion can never be separated from politics”?

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જવાબ : Gandhiji ________________________________________


What does the Equal Wages Act/Equal Remuneration Act signify?

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જવાબ : Equal wages to be paid for equal work to both men and women. ________________________________________


Name the Act which provides for equal wages to men and women for equal work.

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જવાબ : Equal Remuneration Act of 1976


What is the literacy rate of men and women in India?

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જવાબ : Literacy rate of men: 54% Literacy rate of women: 76%


What does the term patriarchy refer to?

 

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જવાબ : A system that values men more and gives them power over women.


Name some countries where participation of women in public life is very high.

 

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જવાબ : Sweden, Norway and Finland.


Which two factors helped improve women’s role in public life?

 

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જવાબ : Political expression of gender division and political mobilisation


What do you mean by ‘Feminist?

 

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જવાબ : A man or woman who believes in equal rights and opportunities for men and women.


What is gender division?

 

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જવાબ : Division of work between the men and the women.


What is casteism?

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જવાબ : Casteism is the exploitation of caste consciousness for narrow political and I electoral gains.


Ture/False:- Gandhiji used to say that religion can never be separated from politics.

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જવાબ : True


Ture/False :-  People within the same caste or community have different interests depending on their economic condition.

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જવાબ : True


Ture/False :-  Communalism signifies an ideology which stands for regional harmony and economic equality.

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જવાબ : False


Ture/False :-  Inequality of women states equal treatment to women as compared to men.

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જવાબ : False


Ture/False :-  Indian Constitution advocates an official language for India.

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જવાબ : False


Ture/False :-  Communal politics is based on the idea that religion is the principal basis of social community.

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જવાબ : True


Shifting of population from rural areas to urban areas for better opportunity is called ___________ .

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જવાબ : urbanisation


Social division based on ___________ is peculiar to India.

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જવાબ : Caste


The concept of ___________ refers to a system that values men more and gives them power over women.

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જવાબ : patriarchy


At present, caste continues to be closely linked to ___________ .

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જવાબ : economic status


___________ needs to be expressed in politics.

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જવાબ : Gender Division


Shift from ___________ areas to urban areas is known as occupational mobility.

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જવાબ : rural


Which among the following statements about India’s Constitution is wrong?

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જવાબ : It gives official status to one religion.


In India seats are reserved for women in:

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જવાબ : Lok Sabha, State legislative assemblies & Panchayati Raj bodies


When we speak of gender divisions, we usually refer to:

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જવાબ : Unequal roles assigned by the society to men and women


Identify two reasons that state that caste alone cannot determine elections in India.

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જવાબ : 1. No party wins the votes of all the voters of a caste or community. 2. Mobilising and securing political support has brought new consciousness among the lower castes.


Identify the statements which suggest that it is not politics that gets caste-ridden, it is the caste that gets politicised.

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જવાબ : 1.Each caste group incorporates neighbouring castes which were earlier excluded. 2. Various caste groups enter into a coalition with other castes.


The distinguishing feature of communalism is:

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જવાબ : Followers of a particular religion must belong to one community.


Among the following, which countries have high participation of women in public life?

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જવાબ : Sweden and Africa


Which leaders worked for the elimination of caste system in India?

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જવાબ : Jotiba Phule, Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, Mahatma Gandhi and Periyar Ram as warn i Naicker


‘Equal Wages Act’ signifies;

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જવાબ : Law provides that equal wages should be paid for equal job for both men and women.


“A woman or a man who believes in equal rights and opportunities for men and women.” Select the correct option for the definition.

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જવાબ : Feminist


In local self-government institutions, atleast one third of all positions are reserved for:

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જવાબ : women


“Sexual Division of labour signifies, that

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જવાબ : Gender division emphasises division on the basis of nature of work, Caste is the basis of Gender Division & Work decides the division between men and women.


Women in India are discriminated in;

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જવાબ : Political life, Social life & Economic life


Select the laws enacted by the Parliament for the welfare of women.

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જવાબ : Special Marriage Act of 1955, Dowry Prohibition Act of 1961 & Equal Remuneration Act of 1976


Which of the following divisions is unique to India?

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જવાબ : Caste division


Which one of the following is not a cause of communalism?

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જવાબ : State has no official religion


‘Feminist movements’ are aimed at:

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જવાબ : Equality


Propose any two measures to check casteism in India.

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જવાબ : Coming up next are the two measures to check casteism in India.

•   Spread of training: Education updates one's degree of reasoning and aides in killing the misinterpretations of one's brain. All potential advances ought to be required to teach the majority.

•    Economic uniformity: Inequality in the financial life makes the sentiment of prevalence and mediocrity among the individuals from various caste gatherings. Steps should be taken to keep up financial equity, everything being equal.

•     Abolition of Reservation Policy: Reservation in government work, training and different areas makes clashing demeanor among the individuals from two unique castes. At the point when the individuals of higher castes having satisfactory instructive capability are denied of all offices, they rebel against the lower caste individuals.

•   Political changes: Political pioneers and gatherings dependent on caste ought to be prohibited from the political horiQuestion on.

•   The name and point of instructive organizations alluding to castes should be surrendered.


By what means would religion be able to be utilized in legislative issues in a positive way? Express your view point.

 

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જવાબ : Governmental issues and religion can be a destructive blend if not utilized shrewdly. It ought to be to benefit the individuals as opposed to utilized as a weapon to dole out retributions. Religion can be utilized in legislative issues in a positive way in the accompanying ways.

 

•             Politics ought to be guided by the morals and estimations of religion.

 

•             We should raise our demands as a strict network however not at the expense of different religions.

 

•             Political pioneers ought to likewise guarantee that religion isn't utilized as a mechanism of persecution and separation. They ought to have equivalent reaction to various strict clashes or demands.


For what reason are caste boundaries separating in India? Clarify any five reasons.

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જવાબ : In the ongoing many years, projected obstructions have been separating in India as a result of the accompanying reasons.

 

•             It has been the endeavors of social reformers that individuals have realiQuestion ed the caste based contrasts had no rationale.

 

•             The monetary turn of events, huge scope urbaniQuestion ation and word related portability has additionally deleted the caste boundaries.

 

•             Spread of proficiency and training has likewise assumed an incredible function in redesigning the convictions and philosophies of the individuals.

 

•             Complete annihilation of landlordism has brought about the decrease of caste framework.

 

•             The established arrangement of forbidding caste based segregations in each structure and giving equivalent occasions to all has turned around the caste shameful acts.


How is gender division perceived in Indian culture? How much does political mobiliation on gender premise help to improve ladies' function in open life?

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જવાબ : In the Indian culture gender division is taken as a socially developed premise to separate between the jobs played by people. Sexual division of work has become the attitude of the general public. Due to this ladies face separation and have become the casualty of the male centric framework.

 

Even in the wake of embracing the ideas of correspondence and freedom, we need useful methodology. It is accordingly vital that political activation assists with improving ladies' function in open life. Ideological groups should meet up to outline arrangements for equivalent portrayal of ladies in the public and neighborhood governmental issues. This will enlarge the horiQuestion on for ladies. Participating in the dynamic will empower them in their day-today undertakings. They will build up a feeling of development and duty.


Is the caste framework reaching a conclusion in India? Offer contentions on the side of your response.

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જવાબ : No, I don't feel that the caste framework is reaching a conclusion in India. From days of yore, the caste framework has been an indistinguishable piece of Indian culture and has been profoundly established in our way of life. It is settled in the general public and achieves separation. Despite the fact that various government approaches have been executed, the caste framework has not been totally destroyed.

 

Coming up next are the examples to help this contention.

 

•             Even however the constitution accommodates different arrangements for wedding outside the caste, the vast majority in India actually wed in their caste.

 

•             CitiQuestion ens of the nation, while projecting their votes, ordinarily vote in favor of their very own candidate caste, as opposed to some other caste independent of the believability of the candidate.

 

•             Political parties remember the caste arrangement of the electorate before picking a candidate to speak to their gathering to get fundamental help for profiting their political race binge.

 

•             Untouchability actually has not totally annihilated from the Indian culture despite the fact that the constitution denies any sort of unapproachability.


Depict three focal points and two inconveniences of the political articulation of caste contrasts.

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જવાબ : Coming up next are the upsides of the political articulation of caste contrasts.

 

•             In the current occasions, a few political and non-political organiQuestion ations have battled victimization specific castes, for greater poise and more admittance to land, assets and open doors for the individuals from lower caste, who were not given equivalent status and opportunity like the uppercaste individuals.

 

•             In a few circumstances, articulation of caste contrasts in governmental issues gives many distraught networks the space to demand a lot of intensity. Normally it is seen that the distraught networks can't practice their privileges but since of political portrayal of such caste contrasts, the abused individuals get the opportunity to advance their privileges to get what they merit.

 

•             The following are the drawbacks of the political articulation of caste contrasts.

 

•             In instance of religion, governmental issues dependent on caste personality alone isn't sound in majority rules system. It can redirect consideration from other problems that are begging to be addressed, for example, neediness, advancement and defilement. Since caste isn't the main issue that is causing a prevention in the general public there are different issues that should be given equivalent significance.

 

•             now and again, caste contrasts lead to caste division, which further prompts brutality and pressure among the individuals of various caste and that may prompt upheaval of mobs in the general public.


Clarify any five parts of our everyday life where ladies are oppressed in India.

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જવાબ : The accompanying focuses summarize how ladies are still victimized and persecuted in India.

 

•             Literacy rate: The most importantly separation is in the field of instruction where the proficiency rate among ladies is just 66 percent when contrasted with a high 82 percent in guys. Indeed, even something else, guardians lean toward teaching spending their assets of instruction of a male youngster instead of a female kid.

 

•             Sex proportion: The sex proportion in India is as low as 940 females for every 1000 guys. The extent of ladies when contrasted with men is exceptionally low. A significant purpose for this is that guardians lean toward having a male youngster over a female kid keeping in see the future point of view.

 

•             Unpaid work: The extent of generously compensated ladies is less when contrasted with generously compensated men. Despite the fact that on a normal, Indian ladies work one hour more than men consistently however they are not similarly paid and in this manner their work is likewise not regularly esteemed as much as that of men.

 

•             Domestic savagery: Women consistently in Indian culture are bugged, abused, and exposed to a wide range of brutality behind the shut entryways. Both in metropolitan and country zones, abusive behavior at home is one of the most unmistakable type of segregation looked by ladies. Numerous instances of abusive behavior at home and endowment passings are accounted for in the media consistently.

 

•             Female foeticide: In India, a male kid is viewed as a gift and a female youngster is viewed as a curse. This has gone to a degree where the female youngster is executed in the belly of the mother. This murdering of hatchling is known as foeticide. Female foeticide is common in both metropolitan and provincial regions.


"Ladies in the Indian culture actually experience the ill effects of segregation and persecution." Support the announcement with appropriate models.

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જવાબ : The accompanying focuses summarize how ladies are still victimized and persecuted in India.

 

•             Literacy rate: The most importantly segregation is in the field of instruction where the education rate among ladies is just 66 percent when contrasted with a high 82 percent in guys. Indeed, even something else, guardians incline toward teaching spending their assets of instruction of a male youngster as opposed to a female kid.

 

•             Sex proportion: The sex proportion in India is as low as 940 females for every 1000 guys. The extent of ladies when contrasted with men is low. A significant purpose for this is that guardians favor having a male kid over a female kid keeping in see the future viewpoint.

 

•             Unpaid work: The extent of generously compensated ladies is extremely less when contrasted with generously compensated men. In spite of the fact that on a normal, Indian ladies work one hour more than men consistently yet they are not similarly paid and accordingly their work is likewise not regularly esteemed as much as that of men.

 

•             Domestic viciousness: Women consistently in Indian culture are badgering, abused, and exposed to a wide range of brutality behind the shut entryways. Both in metropolitan and provincial territories, abusive behavior at home is one of the most noticeable type of separation looked by ladies. Numerous instances of abusive behavior at home and settlement passings are accounted for in the media consistently.

 

•             Female foeticide: In India, a male kid is viewed as a gift and a female kid is viewed as a blight. This has gone to a degree where the female kid is slaughtered in the belly of the mother. This murdering of embryo is known as foeticide. Female foeticide is pervasive in both metropolitan and country territories.


What are the issues looked by Indian ladies which influence their societal position? Clarify any five.

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જવાબ : The accompanying focuses summarize how ladies are still victimized and mistreated in India.

 

•             Literacy rate: The above all else separation is in the field of training where the education rate among ladies is just 66 percent when contrasted with a high 82 percent in guys. Indeed, even something else, guardians lean toward teaching spending their assets of training of a male youngster instead of a female kid.

 

•             Sex proportion: The sex proportion in India is as low as 940 females for every 1000 guys. The extent of ladies when contrasted with men is low. A significant purpose for this is that guardians incline toward having a male kid over a female youngster keeping in see the future point of view.

 

•             Unpaid work: The extent of generously compensated ladies is less when contrasted with generously compensated men. Despite the fact that on a normal, Indian ladies work one hour more than men consistently yet they are not similarly paid and hence their work is additionally not regularly esteemed as much as that of men.

 

•             Domestic viciousness: Women consistently in Indian culture are irritated, misused, and exposed to a wide range of brutality behind the shut entryways. Both in metropolitan and rustic regions, abusive behavior at home is one of the most noticeable type of segregation looked by ladies. Numerous instances of abusive behavior at home and settlement passings are accounted for in the media consistently.

 

•             Female foeticide: In India, a male kid is viewed as a gift and a female youngster is viewed as a plague. This has gone to a degree where the female youngster is murdered in the belly of the mother. This slaughtering of embryo is known as foeticide. Female foeticide is pervasive in both metropolitan and rustic regions.


Clarify any five explanations behind the declining caste framework in India.

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જવાબ : Coming up next are the five explanations behind the declining caste framework in India.

 

•             Growth of proficiency and instruction: After industrialiQuestion ation the education rate has expanded.

 

•             Occupational versatility: Due to word related portability, the new age takes up occupations other than those rehearsed by their progenitors.

 

•             Large-scale urbanization: Shift of individuals from provincial regions to metropolitan regions looking for occupations and better everyday environments.

 

•             Efforts made by pioneers and reformers: The political pioneers and social reformers attempted to build up a general public in which caste imbalances are missing.

 

•             Economic advancement: Adoption of never innovations from horticulture based to industry-based economy and general improvement in expectations for everyday comforts.


Notice any three sacred arrangements that make India a mainstream state.

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જવાબ : The established arrangements which make India a 'common state' are as per the following.

 

•             The Constitution of India doesn't give uncommon acknowledgment to any religion and there is no state religion in India, in contrast to, Christianity in America, and Buddhism in Sri Lanka.

 

•             All people and networks have been offered opportunity to pradtise, purport and proliferate any religion.

 

•             The Constitution of India has put a restriction on any separation on the grounds of religion.

 

•             According to the constitution, the state can't mediate in the issues of religion to advance strict balance.


Characterize communalism as a belief system. Clarify the types of communalism in governmental issues.

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જવાબ : Communalism is a solid feeling of having a place with specific network particularly a strict network, which frequently prompts outrageous conduct or viciousness towards others. It can't endure and regard individuals having a place with various strict networks.

 

There are various types of communalism in governmental issues as follows.

 

•             Communalism in ordinary convictions: It is the most widely recognized type of communalism and can be as strict biases, generalizations of strict networks and conviction that one religion is better than different religions.

 

•             Communalism as Majoritarian Dominance and Political Dominance: A common psyche regularly prompts journey for political strength of one's own strict network. For individuals having a place with the larger part network this comes out as 'Majoritarian predominance' for those having a place with the minority network, it can take type of a longing to shape a different political unit.

 

•             Communalism as political mobalisation: Political mobalisation on strict lines is another incessant type of communalism. This includes the utilization of consecrated images, enthusiastic advances and plain dread so as to bring the supporters of one religion together in political field.

 

•             Communalism as collective savagery: Sometimes, communalism takes its most monstrous type of mutual viciousness, uproars and slaughter. For example, India and Pakistan endured a portion of the most noticeably awful communial riots at the hour of the segment.

 

To summarize, it very well may be said that communalism prompts the conviction that individuals having a place with various religions can't live as approach citiQuestion ens inside one country. Both of them needs to overwhelm the rest or they need to shape various countries.


Clarify three highlights of the model of a common territory of India.

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જવાબ : The idea of a common state in India indicates equivalent treatment all religions and to be formally unbiased in the issues of religion.

 

Coming up next are the highlights which make India a mainstream state.

 

•             Unlike Christianity in America or Buddhism in Sri Lanka, India doesn't imply to or give uncommon acknowledgment to any religion. The Constitution of India has no place recommended a specific religion.

 

•             All CitiQuestion ens of India and all networks and organizations in India have been offered opportunity to rehearse, maintain and proliferate any religion under the Fundamental privileges of the Constitution.

 

•             The Constitution of India has plainly put a restriction on any segregation on the ground of religion. It accommodates equivalent open door for all people independent of their religion.


Depict connection among religion and legislative issues. Notice three cases. Likewise notice its belongings. 

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જવાબ : (1) The cases indicating connection among religion and governmental issues are as referenced beneath :

 

1.            Religion can't be isolated from governmental issues :

 

1.            Gandhiji looked at religion as a piece of legislative issues. Man's exercises can't be partitioned into water-tight compartments.

 

2.            He accepted that without religion, legislative issues would be grimy and a despicable game. For Gandhiji religion was not specific religion like Hinduism or Islam but rather virtues that illuminate all religions. Religion brings ethical quality into legislative issues. He accepted that legislative issues must be guided by morals drawn from religion.

 

2.            Government to secure strict minorities : Human rights bunches are of the view that the public mobs in the nation influence the strict minorities – who are the main casualties in such occurrences. They demand that the administration ought to secure the strict minorities.

 

3.            Family laws : Women's development has contended that the family laws of all religions victimize ladies. They demand that means ought to be taken by the administration to improve their privileges and to bring equity among people.

 

(2) Effects :

 

1.            All these cases include a connection among religion and governmental issues. These are not hazardous thoughts.

 

2.            Ideas, goals and qualities drawn from various religions can and should assume a part in legislative issues.

 

3.            People ought to have the option to communicate in legislative issues their necessities, interests and demands as an individual from a strict network.

 

4.            The government/state ought to have the option to direct the act of religion in order to forestall separation and mistreatment. Each religion ought to be dealt with similarly.


What is common legislative issues ? Feature various circumstances when the issue of communalism gets intense.

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જવાબ : 1.            Communal legislative issues/Communalism identifies with the utilization of religion in governmental issues.

 

2.            The issue of communalism starts and gets intense in the accompanying circumstances :

 

•             When religion is viewed as the premise of the country.

 

•             When religion is communicated in governmental issues in elite and sectarian terms. One religion and its devotees are set in opposition to another.

 

•             When convictions of one religion are introduced as better than those of different religions.

 

•             When the demands of one strict gathering are framed contrary to another and state power is utilized to build up mastery of one strict gathering over the rest.


What are the thoughts that include communalism ? Clarify.

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જવાબ : (A) The thoughts that include communalism are as referenced beneath :

 

1.            It depends on the possibility that religion is the essential premise of social network.

 

2.            It accepts that the adherents of a specific religion must have a place with one network. Their essential advantages are the equivalent. Any distinction that they may have is immaterial or insignificant for network life.

 

3.            It likewise follows that individuals who follow various religions can't have a place with a similar social network. On the off chance that the adherents of various religions have a few shared characteristics these are shallow and irrelevant. Their inclinations will undoubtedly be extraordinary and include a contention.

 

4.            In its outrageous structure communalism prompts the conviction that individuals having a place with various religions can't live as approach residents inside one country. Possibly, one of them needs to rule the rest or they need to frame various countries.

 

(B) Drawbacks : The conviction of communalism ha:? blemishes as referenced underneath :

 

1.            People of one religion don't have same interests and desires in each unique situation.

 

2.            Everyone has a few different jobs, positions and characters. There are numerous voices inside each network. For instance before autonomy Muslims were individuals from the Congress just as Muslim League. It infers that there are numerous voices inside each network. Every one of these voices reserve a privilege to be heard and ought not be smothered.


Portray highlights of caste disparities in India.

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જવાબ : The primary highlights of caste framework in India are as referenced underneath :

 

1.            Caste division is uncommon to India. It is not quite the same as different social orders in light of the fact that here genetic word related division was endorsed by customs.

 

2.            Members of same caste bunch used to shape a social network that rehearsed the equivalent

 

or then again comparative occupation.

 

3.            The individuals from a network used to wed inside the caste gathering and didn't eat with individuals from other caste gatherings.

 

4.            People of lower caste were exposed to brutal and prejudicial treatment. At some point a caste of an individual, turns into a revile for life for none of his deficiency. Consequently, caste framework depended on prohibition of and victimization the 'outcaste gatherings'. They were called untouchables. That is the reason political pioneers and social reformers like Jotiba Phule, Gandhiji, B.R. Ambedkar and Periyar Ramaswami Naicker upheld and attempted to build up a general public in which caste disparities are missing.


Clarify explanations behind the declining of caste framework in India.

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જવાબ : The explanations behind separating of caste progressive system are as referenced beneath :

 

1.            Urbanisation : In metropolitan zones, individuals don't trouble who is strolling along close to us on a road or eating at the following table in an eatery. There is a move of populace from provincial to metropolitan regions.

 

2.            Economic turn of events: because of financial turn of events, the monetary state of lower castes has improved. They live in the regions where individuals of upper castes are living in the urban areas.

 

3.            Occupational versatility : There is a move starting with one occupation then onto the next, as a rule when another age takes up occupations other than those rehearsed by their progenitors. This has helped in breaking the caste pecking order.

 

4.            provisions : The Constitution of India also restricts separation based on caste. So we discover individuals of various castes cooperating in workplaces. Unapproachability is a lawful offense. The Constitution established the frameworks of approaches to turn around the treacheries of the caste framework.

 

5.            The pretended by political pioneers and social reformers like Jotiba Phule, Mahatma Gandhi, B.R. Ambedkar and Periyar Ramaswami Naicker was significant toward this path. Gandhiji called unapproachable 'Harijan'. The endeavors of these pioneers attempted to eliminate caste-based disparities from society.


Portray different types of caste in legislative issues.

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જવાબ : Caste is the sole premise of social network. It can accept different structures in legislative issues as given beneath :

 

1.            Selection of candidates : At the hour of political decision, ideological groups select their candidates based on caste of the citizens in an electorate with the goal that they may assemble essential help to win races.

 

2.            Formation of governments : At the hour of development of government or Council of Ministers, exertion is made to have delegates from all castes and networks.

 

3.            Appeal to electors : During political race claims are made to citizens to project their votes for the candidate of their own caste. Some ideological groups are known to support a few castes and are viewed as their agents.

 

4.            Effect of Universal Adult Franchise : Universal grown-up establishment and the guideline of one-individual one vote constrained political pioneers to outfit to the undertaking of assembling and making sure about political help. It additionally brought new awareness among the individuals of castes that were up to this point treated as sub-par and low.

 

5.            Formation of ideological groups : Political factions are additionally shaped based on caste to draw in the citizens in the decisions. The BSP in UP, DMK and AIDMK are instances of such ideological groups.


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Secular

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One who discriminates against people based on their caste

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Casteist

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54%

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is the proficiency rate among ladies in India

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An individual who doesn't segregate others based on strict convictions is called

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1-C, 2-A, 3-B

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In India, the official religion of the state is

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Islam

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In USA, the official religion of the state is

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Hindu

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In Pakisthan, the official religion of the state is

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Chirstanity

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1-B, 2-C, 3-A

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caste chain of importance mean

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Didn’t said that religion can never be isolated from governmental issues

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caste chain of importance doesn’t  mean

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A stepping stool like development in which all caste bunches are set from the most noteworthy to the least

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Mahatma Gandhi

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A move from rustic territories to metropolitan regions

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Sarojini Naidu

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said that religion can never be isolated from governmental issues

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1-B, 2-C, 3-D, 4-A

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A framework that qualities men more and gives them control over ladies is called

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Theravada Buddhism

2

A framework that qualities a community more and gives them control over other is called

B

Christianity

3

Official state religion of uk

C

Communist

4

Official state religion of Sri Lanka

D

Feminist

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જવાબ :

1-D, 2-C, 3-B, 4-A

1

There is only single direction connection among caste and legislative issues

A

Women should share power

2

Politics also impacts the caste framework

B

Occupational versatility

3

the most ideal approach to accomplish ladies' prosperity

C

Right Announcement

4

breakdown of caste chain of command

D

Wrong Announcement

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1-D, 2-C, 3-A, 4-B

1

'Public Politics' implies

A

bodies around 33% seats are held for ladies

2

'Public Politics' doesn’t implies

B

When state power is utilized to build up control of one strict gathering over the rest

3

Panchayat and Municipal

C

Communist sort of government

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1-B, 2-C, 3-A

1

issues manage the 'Family Laws'

A

Adoption

2

issues doesn’t manage the 'Family Laws'

B

Large-scale urbanization

3

breakdown of caste chain of command

C

Property

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જવાબ :

1-A, 2-C, 3-B

1

Gandhiji mean when he said that religion and legislative issues can never be isolated

A

Massacre

2

Gandhiji doesn’t  mean when he said that religion and legislative issues can never be isolated

B

Need virtues in legislative issues

3

gives that equivalent wages ought to be paid for equivalent work to the two people

C

Effect of Islam on legislative issues is more

4

the ugliest type of communalism

D

Equal Wages Act

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1-B, 2-C, 3-D, 4-A

1

The portrayal of ladies in state gatherings is not exactly

A

a matriarchal society

2

Indian culture is considered as

B

5%

3

Indian culture isn’t  considered as

C

800

4

in India, the youngster sex proportion has tumbled to as low as

D

a man centric culture

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1-B, 2-D, 3-A, 4-C

1

'Women's activist'

A

India

2

the interest of ladies isn't enormous

B

Division among guys and females

3

'gender division' implies

C

An individual who has faith in equivalent rights and open doors for ladies and men.

4

'gender division' doesn’t implies

D

Division among rich and poor

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જવાબ :

1-C, 2-A, 3-B, 4-D

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