252 pages | 13 B/W Illus.
This book examines the religious lives of young adults growing up in inter-religious families in India. It explores complex questions of identity, ethnnicity, and religion in twenty-first century India.
Drawing on real life stories of mixed heritage — Hindu, Sikh, Muslim, Christian, Jain, Buddhist, and Parsi — this volume will be of great interest to scholars and researchers of sociology and social anthropology, religious studies, and politics.
1. Understanding Contexts: Why Study Inter-Religious Families? 2. Conceptual Framework and Theoretical Underpinnings 3. Design, Description of Participants, and Framework for Presenting the Life Stories 4. Presentation of Life Stories 5. Summarising Trends and Research Insights