Indian Nationalism: Redefined in Today’s Time


  • Aadil Ahmad Shairgojri Department of Political science and Public Administration Research Scholar of Annamalai University Tamil Nadu, India


Nationalism, Democracy, Blends, Constitution, Redefinition etc


The Feeling of love and pride towards the nation one is born in is purely natural. It is ingrained in almost every human throughout the world. Nationalism has many definitions. To be truly patriotic, one must feel a sense of belonging to one's own country and its people. To comprehend nationalism, one must comprehend citizenship. Nationalism is rooted in patriotism. Nationalism is based on loyalty. This way of thinking has unquestionably existed since the dawn of time. The concept unites citizens throughout the country. Patriotism also refers to allegiance to one's country. Nationalism is almost certainly the most powerful force in global politics. Numerous factors contribute to nationalism's rise. All citizens of a country share these characteristics. All of these elements are shared: language, history, culture, traditions, mentality, and territorial boundaries. As a result, a sense of community would develop among the populace. It will occur regardless of your wishes. As a result, countrymen would feel more connected and affectionate toward one another. Thus, patriotism fortifies the nation's citizens. The present aim of the study is to analyse the Indian Nationalism: Redefined in Today’s time.



How to Cite

Aadil Ahmad Shairgojri. (2022). Indian Nationalism: Redefined in Today’s Time. Journal of Psychology and Political Science(JPPS) ISSN 2799-1024, 2(03), 31–36.