July 3, 2022
Saffronization, or saffronisation, is a term for right-wing policies in support of Hindu nationalism in India. Political critics invented the term. to invoke the policies of the Hindu nationalist government in India that seeks to glorify the role of Hinduism in Indian history. At the same time, it abandoned the role of other religious communities through editing textbook content. The orange or saffron (saffron) is the color used to represent Hinduism. during the British colonial era Much of India's history is defined by British historians. which supports that the British rule of India is for the development and improvement of India's livelihood. This discourse is common in English colonial textbooks. After India gained independence in 1947, there was a push to produce a history that offered aspects of British oppression. Consequently, Congress established the National Council of Education Research and Training (NCERT) to draft a new Indian history textbook. in the history of india Its main goal is to eradicate colonial discourse. The NCERT approach has generated a lot of dissatisfaction among the far-right Hindus, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), which has said that many Indian history textbooks have a European theme. central In the past, the BJP has attempted to revise this historical course but has failed.