Our Pasts - 3 (History)
How, When and Where
From Trade to Territory - the Company Establishes Power
Ruling the Countryside
Tribals, Dikus and the Vision of a Golden Age
When People Rebel - 1857 and After
Colonialism and the City - the Story of an Imperial Capital
Weavers, Iron Smelters and Factory Owners
Civilising the "Native", Educating the Nation
Women, Caste and Reform
The Changing World of Visual Arts
The Making of the National Movement: 1870s - 1947
India After Independence
Resources and Development (Geography)
Land, Soil, Water, Natural Vegetation and Wildlife Resources
Mineral and Power Resources
Social and Political Life - 3
The Indian Constitution
Why Do We Need a Parliament?
Understanding Our Criminal Justice System
Law and Social Justice
Complete the following table:
Why is this important?
Example of a violation of this objective
One religious community does not dominate another.
The State does not enforce any particular religion nor take away the religious freedom of individuals.
That some members do not dominate other members of the same religious community.
Will the government intervene if some religious group says that their religion allows them to practise infanticide? Give reasons for your answer.
This poster alongside highlights the need for ‘Peace’. It says, “Peace is a never-ending process… It cannot ignore our differences or overlook our common interests.” Write in your own words what you think the above sentences are trying to convey? How does it relate to the need for religious tolerance?
This chapter had three drawings on religious tolerance made by students of your age.
Design your own poster on religious tolerance for your peers.