Understanding India
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  • Anthony

    WRM, cultural legacies encountering modern/democratic/economic/technological restructuring are almost as old as humanity. To quote God and Gold: “They wept like anything to see Such quanties of sand: If this were only cleared away, They said, it would be grand.” Conditions and existence in foreign countries (India in this instance) linked to traditions should inform us but not readily alarm us (all beaches cannot be cleared of sand).

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