Movements of the religious right in South Asia are sometimes described as fascist. In the Indian context, early ideologues of Hindutva, such as V. D. Savarkar, admired European fascism and contructed theories of race inspired by Nazism. Several aspects of modern day movements can be linked with fascism:
• ethnic/religious nationalism - glorification of the "nation" and its linking with race and religion;
• repressive family structures and cultures of authoritarianism, indoctrination of young people into servile attitudes towards figures of authority;
• campaigns of hate propaganda demonising minority communties, and clearing the way for mass killings;
• the repeated and organised mobilisation for violence, with violence itself a process of rehearsal/indoctrination.

While the references above are to India, similar observations apply to Islamist movements in Pakistan and Bangladesh.

Fascism and democracy: the Indian experience, Vikas Adhyayan Kendra, 2004.
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