Minorities and marginality: pertinacity of Hindus and Sikhs in a repressive environment in Afghanistan

@article{Emadi2014MinoritiesAM,
  title={Minorities and marginality: pertinacity of Hindus and Sikhs in a repressive environment in Afghanistan},
  author={Hafizullah. Emadi},
  journal={Nationalities Papers},
  year={2014},
  volume={42},
  pages={307 - 320}
}
The situation of Hindus and Sikhs as a persecuted minority is a little-studied topic in literature dealing with ethno-sectarian conflict in Afghanistan. Hindu and Sikh communities' history and role in Afghanistan's development are examined through a structural, political, socioeconomic, and perceptual analysis of the minority populations since the country gained its independence in 1919. It traces a timeline of their evolving status after the breakdown of state structure and the ensuing civil… 
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