Mainstream Nationalism in India

A) was characterized by Chauvinism

B) aimed at restoration of the Hindu state

C) had national socialism as its ultimate goal

D) aimed at emancipation from colonial rule

Correct Answer:
D) aimed at emancipation from colonial rule

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