Family and kinship: a study of the Pandits of rural Kashmir

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Oxford University Press, 1989 - Science - 325 pages
This is a new, enlarged edition of a pioneering and ethnographically rich account of the Hindu family. First published in 1965, the book describes a typical Kashmiri homeland and examines the composition of, and modes of recruitment to, the household. This second edition includes three new appendices, a revised list of references, and a new index.

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Contents

1 BIRTH
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The Present Study 4 Fieldwork 5 Scope
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history and social organization
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