the Indo-French dialogue is now open to political interpretations, at times conflicting. The relations between Rabindranath Tagore and Sylvain Lévi is one instance of the difficulties for a colonizing power to acknowledge the modern ferment within the colonized regions of the world in the twentieth century. Nevertheless, as this volume so eloquently portrays, the dynamics of cultural and scientific exchanges were in motion between France and India, through the Indian diaspora and French intellectuals associating themselves with India and Indian reformist movements.
Affiliated to the Centre de Sciences Humaines, he is currently research coordinator for the South Asia Europe Maritime Heritage Project conducted under the aegis of the Centre for French and Francophone Studies (JNU).
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