AN INTERPRETATION OF FEDERALISM IN INDIA

Authors

  • Dr. Hiranmaya Nanda, Anwesha Tripathy

Abstract

In recent days, the process of federalization within the Indian Union has become more
controversial due to the inadequate federal development at various levels. In this context, state
forming problems in India are very significant within the context of the Indian federal system.
The essence of wanting new state under the federal rule in the 1950s was arranged on the trait of
'identity;' now the emphasis has moved to provincial growth and socio-cultural, social, and even
political changes in particular. The fundamental objective of implementing Indian federal polity
structure was to foster national homogeneousness and improve federal supremacy through all
states. Nevertheless, India's federalism has been challenged by uneven growth between states in
India lack of social, socio-economic, and political occasions. This condition has unlocked the
access to countless provincial gatherings, volunteer groups, and civil society organizations
fighting their perceived discrimination.

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Published

2020-12-01

How to Cite

Dr. Hiranmaya Nanda, Anwesha Tripathy. (2020). AN INTERPRETATION OF FEDERALISM IN INDIA. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 5030 - 5035. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/1753