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the rise of big data and big data analytics has been one of the most visible and important developments in the world of computing and internet. the internet is one of the greatest inventions of the 21st century. it has played a pivotal role in spreading the philosophy of democracy, economic freedom, and liberal freedom of expression. the internet has also given rise to many social movements, with the most famous examples being the arab spring and the 2011 revolutions in north africa and the middle east.
the use of sacred symbols of a particular religion to express political goals is a fundamental problem of decolonization. it is, therefore, necessary to examine the specific use of hindu symbols during the period of british colonial rule in india. by looking at how the use of the sacred symbols of the hindu religion was appropriated by the british for their own ends, this article demonstrates how the colonial authorities drew on the symbols of the hindu religion to secure their authority and to justify their repression of the movement for indian self-rule. in its discussion of indian symbols, this article demonstrates that the colonial use of religious symbols was grounded in the particular problems faced by the british in the indian subcontinent.
this article explores the making of the modern city in south asia, and in particular in the indian metropolis of calcutta. it argues that the colonial city, and the colonial city in india, was conceived in terms of a modern, secular, european model of the city, which the europeans tried to impose on the urban space of india through measures such as the gazetteers and the imperial architecture of the colonial city. the colonial indian city was thus a product of a modern, secular europe. the article also looks at how the modern city of india was conceived by the colonial authorities and was transformed by the urban practice of the colonial population, and explores the role of the colonial city in the formation of modern indias public space.