Since 1991, India has been energetically following economic formulae of deregulation, trade liberalization, and privatization in the hope of generating an economic 'miracle' and in theory at least, of liberating two hundred million beings from abject poverty. During this same period, and as these economic changes wring their effects on Indian lifestyles, the Hindutva movement has also been energetic in its espousal of change, calling for a return to 'Hindu values and traditions' which historically have been inhibited by Muslim and British rule and more recently by globalization processes.
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