Macaulayism meaning

(derogatory) The act of westernization of upper class Indians using educational reform. Refers to people born of Indian ancestry who adopt western culture as a lifestyle, or display attitudes influenced by colonists.
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Origin of macaulayism

  • The term is derived from the name of Thomas Babington Macaulay, also known as First Baron of Macaulay, who was instrumental in introducing English as a medium of instruction for higher Education in India.

    From Wiktionary