Caste and kinship in Kangra
Based On Research Carried Out Amongst The People Of The Kangra Hills In North-West India, This Study Has Been Welcomed As A Major Addition To The Understanding Of Problems Of Social Ineqauality And The Nature Of Caste And Kinship.
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the axiom and idiom of inequality
The hierarchical aspects of caste
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affines agnates alliance aristocratic Rajputs Backward Classes Barber basis Brahmans bride bride-price British brothers census Chapter clean castes context cultivation daughters death distinction dowry Dumna Dumont economy endogamy equal example exchange exogamy fact father fourth biradari gadi-kalothi girls Girth gotra groom hamlets hierarchy high-caste hookah house-cluster husband hypergamy ideal India infanticide inferior inherit jajman joint family joint household kamin Kangra District Gazetteer Kanthwal Katoch khandan kinship Kolis Kshatriya labour ladder land landlord Leather-workers low castes marriage marriage circle married mauza Chadhiar Mian Mitakshara mother nali rasoi nasran Nurpur Palampur partition Patidar pattern plough pollution prestations prestige Punjab purohit Raja rank Rathis relations relationship ritual royal clans rules of exogamy Scheduled Caste second biradari segments share Singh sister Social Sociology status sub-clans sub-division superior symmetrical Table Temple priests tenants theory tika tion untouchable village wife wife-givers wife-takers wives women