D P Mukerji was one of the first among world’s intellectuals to take note of the powerful forces of anti intellectualism in the socialist movement. He explored the vital link between economy and culture in the context of the planning of the national economy. His analysis of the problem of cultural unity and social processes need fresh consideration by social scientist and policy makers in view of the new challenges being posed. DP Mukerji contributed the perspective of Marxian sociology in India. He was tolerant of western ideas, concepts. In his views Indian socialism had to come to terms with Indian tradition and Indianise itself.
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S. Shubhang. Perspectives and methodology of Dhurjati Prasad Mukerji. Research J. Humanities and Social Sciences. 3(2): April-June, 2012, 248-250.