By K.N. Pandita
India is a union of federating units. These units are diverse in most of the facets of life, culture, and economy. Their geography and economic resources are at great variance.
In simple logic these should have been independent units, at best having a friendly working relationship with the neighbouring units.
But certain factors have bound them together, especially long history of foreign occupation and colonial rule. Civilizational cohesion has remained a binding force. It goes to the times when earliest settlers namely Indo-Aryans set their foot first on Indo-Gangetic plain and gradually expanded over the vast Hindostan. Continue Reading…