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Around the world, the idea that fundamental geography, humankind’s fateful encounter with the earth, has played a crucial role in shaping the development of nations, is a commonplace of the academic discipline we call geography. In contemporary India, this idea has been given its strongest theoretical articulations, mainly by the theorization of the idea of “lived space,” developed and developed principally in India during the late 1990s and early 2000s. Many scholars working in geography have embraced the idea of “lived space”: its theorization has been pivotal to many of the most significant debates and developments in geography since the 1960s.

Although some scholars have attempted to theorize the idea of “lived space” in the Indian context, by and large the idea remains largely absent from India’s “public” geography, both in the mongering of academic geography and in more general space-related media. This book is an effort to bring this idea to the attention of geographers, focusing on its initial theorizations, Indian interpretations of the idea, and Indian critiques of the notion, and attempting to show how, until recently, the idea has been largely absent from even the most sophisticated studies of Indian space. Although this is a book on the history of the idea, the net result is a book in which recent India has been made visible without assuming the presence of a state of political India. The main thesis of the book is that the most powerful spaces in India have remained constructed, within the medium of imagination and myth, outside the purview of the state.

The book argues that the creation and expansion of lived space in India is not only a fundamental dimension of India’s national formation, but also part of a more general process of constitution and recomposition that started from the pharaonic era, influenced by perceptions of human geography, by which the form of places and spaces, as defined in the place systems of central and southern Asia, interacted with the mode of social organization in the ancient world. A discussion of the ways in which the people of these areas from the subcontinent developed a sense of spatial relations is organized according to scales of interaction, from the neighborly and the global to those of a particular area —the political area and locality —in which relations of care and conflict can occur. d2c66b5586


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