Sandhya Jain

Sandhya Jain is an author and writer on political and contemporary affairs. A post-graduate in Political Science from Delhi University, Delhi, she has had nearly four decades of experience as a professional journalist and was a senior fellow at the Nehru Memorial Museum and Library, New Delhi. Jain is a student of the myriad facets of Indian civilisation. Her most recent works include Balochistan: In the Crosshairs of History, Knowledge World, 2021; Foreword for From the East to The West. A Message of Peace. Select Essays. Vladislav Krasnov, Sanbun, 2020; and J&K: Invisible Faultlines [editedRead More...


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Adi Deo Arya Devata

Books by Sandhya Jain

The British claimed that India’s Adivasi population lay beyond the pale of mainstream Hindu society. Yet even a cursory look at the spiritual-cultural landscape reveals a deep symbiotic relationship between tribals and non-tribals, which is amply reflected in the ancient literature and inscriptions. Indeed, this was also noted by colonial anthropologists and ethnographers (mainly British officials), who deliberately delinked tribals from Hindu society throug

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