Teaching to Hate
Q: Which Mughal invader destroyed the Ram temple in 1582?
Q: From 1582 till 1992, how many devotees of Ram sacrificed their lives to liberate the temple?
Q: When did the program of collecting bricks for the Ram Mandir begin?
A: September 30. 1989.
Q: When did the Karsevaks fly the saffron flag on Ramjanmabhoomi?
A: October 30, 1990.
KeywordsGovernment School Catholic School History Textbook Hindu Nationalism Bharatiya Janata Party
Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
- Anderson, W. and S. Damle. 1987. The Brotherhood in Saffron: The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh and Hindu Revivalism. Delhi: Vistaar Publications.Google Scholar
- Benei, V. 2003. “Military Schools as Hybrid Political Projects: Nehru, Gandhi and the Hindu Nationalists.” Unpublished paper.Google Scholar
- Blackburn, G. W. 1985. Education in the Third Reich: A Study of Race and History in Nazi Textbooks. Albany: SUNY Press.Google Scholar
- Brown, P., A. H. Halsey, H. Lauder, and A. S. Wells. 1997. “The Transformation of Education and Society: An Introduction.” In Education, Culture, Economy, Society. A.H. Halsey, ed., Oxford: Oxford University Press.Google Scholar
- Chaudhury, V. C. P. 1977. Secularism vs. Communalism: An Anatomy of the National Debate on Five Controversial History Textbooks. Patna: Navdhara Samiti.Google Scholar
- Delhi Historians’ Group. 2001. Communalisation of Education: The History Textbooks Controversy. Delhi: Delhi Historians’ Group.Google Scholar
- Ewing, E. Thomas. 2004. “Gender Equity as Revolutionary Strategy.” This volume.Google Scholar
- Forgacs, D. ed. 1988. An Antonio Gramsci Reader: Selected Writings 1916–1935. New York: Schocken Books.Google Scholar
- Furer-Haimendorf, C. Von. 1982. Tribes of India: The Struggle for Survival. Delhi: Oxford University Press.Google Scholar
- Giles, Geoffrey J. 1992. “Schooling for Little Soldiers: German Education in the Second World War.” In Education and the Second World War: Studies in Schooling and Social Change. Roy Lowe, ed., London: The Falmer Press, pp. 17–29.Google Scholar
- Golwalkar, M. S. 1939. We, or Our Nationhood Defined. Nagpur: Bharat Prakashan.Google Scholar
- Habib, Irfan, Suvira Jaiswal, and Aditya Mukherjee. 2003. History in the New NCERT Textbooks-A Report and an Index of Errors. Kolkata: Indian History Congress.Google Scholar
- Hein, Laura and Mark Selden. 1998. “Learning Citizenship from the Past: Textbook Nationalism, Global Context and Social Change.” Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars vol. 30, no. 2, pp. 3–17.Google Scholar
- Hellinger, Daniel and Dennis R. Judd Brooks. 1991. The Democratic Facade. Cole Publishing Company.Google Scholar
- Indian Express. December 20, 2001.Google Scholar
- Jain, Meenakshi. 2002. Medieval India: A Textbook for Class XI. New Delhi: NCERT.Google Scholar
- Jaffrelot, C. 1996. The Hindu Nationalist Movement in India. New Delhi: Penguin Books.Google Scholar
- Jeffery, Roger, Patricia Jeffery, and Craig Jeffrey. 2002. Privatisation of Secondary Schooling in Bijnor: A Crumbling Welfare State? (unpublished paper).Google Scholar
- Kandel, I. L. 1935. (rpt. 1970). The Making of Nazis. Westport: Greenwood Press.Google Scholar
- Kanungo, P. 2002. RSS’s Tryst with Politics. Delhi: Manohar Publishers.Google Scholar
- Kumar, K. 2001. Prejudice and Pride: School Histories of the Freedom Struggle in India and Pakistan. New Delhi: Viking.Google Scholar
- Lal, Makhan, Meenakshi Jain, and Hari Om. 2003. History in the New NCERT Textbooks: Fallacies in the IHC Report. New Delhi: NCERT.Google Scholar
- Lal, Makhan, Meenakshi Jain, and Hari Om. 2002. India and the World: Social Sciences Textbook for Class VI. New Delhi: NCERT.Google Scholar
- Lal, Vinay. 2003. The History of History. New Delhi: Oxford University Press.Google Scholar
- Luykx, A. 1999. The Citizen Factory: Schooling and Cultural Production in Bolivia. Albany: SUNY Press.Google Scholar
- Mann, T. 1938. School for Barbarians. New York: Modern Age Books.Google Scholar
- McCarthy, C. and W. Crichlow, eds. 1993. Race, Identity and Representation in Education. New York: Routledge.Google Scholar
- Menon, Usha. 2003. “Where Have the Mangoes Gone?” Economic and Political Weekly, May 3, pp. 1747–1749.Google Scholar
- Minio-Paluello, L. 1946. Education in Fascist Italy. London: Oxford University Press.Google Scholar
- Mody, A. 2002. “Manufacturing Believers.” The Hindu, February 10.Google Scholar
- Nambissan, G. 2000. “Identity, Exclusion and the Education of Tribal Communities.” In The Gender Gap in Basic Education. R. Wazir, ed. New Delhi: Sage Publications, pp. 175–224.Google Scholar
- Nanda, B. 1994. Contours of Continuity and Change: The Story of the Bonda Highlanders. New Delhi: Sage.Google Scholar
- Nash, G. B., C. Crabtree, and R. Dunn. 2000. History on Trial: Culture Wars and the Teaching of the Past. New York: Vintage Books.Google Scholar
- NCERT 2000. National Curriculum Framework for School Education. Delhi: NCERT (National Council for Educational Research and Training).Google Scholar
- Noorani, A. G. 2000. The RSS and the B.J.P.: A Division of Labour. New Delhi: Leftword Books.Google Scholar
- PROBE. 1999. Public Report on Basic Education in India. New Delhi: Oxford University Press.Google Scholar
- Sahmat. 2001. “Communalisation of Education and Culture: Sahmat Statement.” In Against Communalisation of Education: Essays, Press, Commentary, Reportage. New Delhi: Sahmat and Sabrang.com.Google Scholar
- —. 2002. Communalisation of Education: The Assault on History: Press Reportage, Editorials and Articles. New Delhi: Sahmat.Google Scholar
- —. 2003. Against Communalisation of Archaeology: A Critique of the ASI Report. New Delhi: Sahmat.Google Scholar
- Sarkar, T. 1996. “Educating the Children of the Hindu Rashtra: Notes on RSS Schools.” In Religion, Religiosity and Communalism. P. Bidwai, H. Mukhia, and A. Vanaik, eds. Delhi: Manohar Publishers.Google Scholar
- Schiedeck, Jurgen and Martin Stahlman. 1997. “Totalizing of Experience: Educational Camps.” In Education and Fascism: Political Identity and Social Education in Nazi Germany. Heinz Sunker and Hans-Uwe Otto eds. London: The Falmer Press. pp. 54–77.Google Scholar
- Singh, Rana Pratap. 1997. Itihas Ga Raha Hain, Part II, Textbook for Class V. Patna: Shishu Mandir Prakashan.Google Scholar
- —. 2002b. “A License to Kill: Patterns of Violence in Gujarat.” In Gujarat: The Making of a Tragedy. Siddharth Varadarajan, ed. New Delhi: Penguin, pp. 75–134.Google Scholar
- South Asia Citizens Web (SACW) and Sabrang Communications. 2002. A Foreign Exchange of Hate. New Delhi: Sabrang Communications.Google Scholar
- Vasavi, A. R. 2000. Exclusion, Elimination and Opportunity: Primary Schools and Schooling in Selected Regions of India: Summary of Field Research (Unpublished paper).Google Scholar
- Vidya Bharati website. 2001. <www.Vidya Bharati Akhil Bharatiya Shisksha Sansthan.htm>.
- Wolff, Richard J. 1992. “Italian Education During World War II: Remnants of Failed Fascist Education, Seeds of the New Schools.” In Education and the Second World War. Roy Lowe, ed. London: The Falmer Press, pp. 73–83.Google Scholar