Society and Identity
This paper tries to clarify the distortion of the rights and laws within the developmental process for creating sustainable energy in India. With reference to people’s senses within multiple codes, this matter can lead to controversies among the actors connected to the developmental scheme. In concreteness, the development of wind power energy in India will be the focused. This has been accredited as one of the most viable solutions to the chronic energy shortage plaguing the nation of India.
The movement for clean energy has even been associated with the concept of “sustainability” in the context of Narendra Modi raj. The manifestation of the institutionalization of rights from the organization as an underground movement will be observed, with emphasis on the various practices and narratives of the people involved. The importance of the relationship of these narratives to the sacredness of the land will be highlighted. This will be an attempt to reorganize the thoughts of individuals in a high social status in society, who generate hegemonic discourse against the notions prescribed by a grassroots movement for clean energy in India.
Grassroots activism tends to awaken when people realize a common sense of self. It is when one senses that they have been deprived of the ordinary entitlements of everyday life that action is taken. At this juncture, concentration on the issues surrounding the prohibition of local people and their agency to access sacred lands and the common indignation will be stressed.