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    . Science and Technology – Blessing or Curse? 37. Should the Rapist be sentenced to Death? (Delhi gang rape) 38. Should the Examination System be Overhauled ? 39. Should the Prostitution be legalized? 40. Students and Politics 46. Communal Harmony VS Internal Security 47. Necessity of an...
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  • Giant Animals
    caste system is more rigid than the system that was pervasive in Pakistan at the time of partition. An Israeli friend of mine summed it up well: “ I am not a big fan of Islamic fundamentalism, but Europe had just as much class rigidity in its history, and that has not prevented them from becoming...
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  • Social Stratification
    Contents 1. Social stratification 2. Characteristics of social stratification 3. Origins of social stratification 4. Social stratification in Bangladesh 5. Religious stratification In Bangladesh 6. Caste systems among Hindus 7. Caste systems among Muslims All...
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  • Essay on Price Rise
    should be available to all persons, irrespective of their religion, race, caste, sex, nationality or any of them." On December 10, 1948 the United Nations adopted and proclaimed the "Universal Declaration of Human Rights." It called upon member nations to adopt and implement these rights in...
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  • India Terrorist
    major concern as they frequently attack local policemen and politicians. Poor governance and the law and order system in Bihar have helped increase the menace caused by the militias. The Ranvir Sena is a militia of forward caste land owners which is taking on the might of powerful Naxalites in the...
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  • Ancient India: Civilizations
    further guidance to Hinduism and describe the caste system, in support of the Hindu beliefs of reincarnation, causality and duty. For some Hinduism was a way of life. Others did not practice Hinduism and were called Dravidas. Still others rebelled against Hinduism and its ritual, sacrifice and above...
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  • India in Medieval Time
    ARCHITECTURE EDUCATION AND TECHNOLOGY CONCLUSION BIBLIOGRAPHY CULTURE AND SOCIETY SOCIETY STRUCTURE Structure of society was that it was divided in caste system. There was a strong caste system in India that we don’t see in Europe. Since it...
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    beliefs, which included acceptance of the caste system and the notion that dharma defines caste duties, as Lord Krishna taught in the Bhagavad Gita (source 15). For most Hindus, dharma became concrete in the innumerable rituals that Asoka found so useless and in Indian civilization's countless forms of...
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  • Ethno-Religious Disintegration in the
    of external impact. Wide differences of religion, language, culture and degree of allegiance to common identity still persist and predominant over common state policies. The consequences of social differences, whether of religion or of caste or of some other source of division, may readily be traced...
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  • Worlds Together Worlds Apart Chapter 5 Outline
    moved into Ganges plain, a monsoon region 1000-600 BCE small territorial states constantly feuding Some states had hereditary monarchy; others had oligarchies (clique of privileged rulers) 2. Expansion of the Caste System Economy centered on farming by extended families; Water buffalo and...
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  • B.A hons political science
    : Permanent Black, pp. 370404. John, M.E. (2007) ‘Women in Power? Gender, Caste and the Politics of Local Urban Governance’, Economic and Political Weekly, 42 (39): pp.3986-3993. Kumar, A. (2005) ‘The Constitutional and Legal Routes’, in Samaddar, R. The Politics of Autonomy: Indian Experiences. New...
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  • Hinduism
    ceremonies and sacrifices) 2) Warrior/King – kshatriya (administrators) 3) Merchant – vaishya (producers – artisans and farmers) 4) Servants – shudras 5) Untouchables – not slaves but the lowest rung of society and populated initially by the defeated people, Harappa b. Caste system 1) The...
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  • effect of gandhi on indian culture
    , he began his Fast unto Death to destroy the caste system which prevented people of the untouchable caste from marrying, doing business with, or associating with anyone outside their caste, and vice-versa. He also wanted the government to do away with separate electorates for the untouchables and the...
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  • Review for Ap
    converted EXCEPT: (A) people who lived in the Indus and Ganges River plains. (B) Buddhists. (C) Untouchables. (D) low-caste Hindus. (E) high-caste Hindus. 10. Contacts between Hindus and Muslims led to (A) the seclusion of Hindu women. (B) constant warfare between the two groups. (C) the...
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  • The Culture of India
    1932, he began his Fast unto Death to destroy the caste system which prevented people of the untouchable caste from marrying, doing business with, or associating with anyone outside their caste, and vice-versa. He also wanted the government to do away with separate electorates for the untouchables...
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  • Impact on media
    intent of annexing Kashmir. For, if the caste Hindus flee and the ballot caste, there is no chance for a vote for India. Terrorists have struck the bait across the state during 1990s, so much so that eighty per cent of Hindu community has fled from the scene to make home elsewhere. Such tragedy made...
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  • History
    the caste system Chapter 7 Achaemenid Empire (558 to 330 BCE) * Pastoral, limited agriculture * Organized in clans, paid tribute to Mesopotamians * Had military skills – horses and archery * Rose to power in 558 BCE taking over Iran, Turkey, Afghanistan, Babylonia, Egypt under...
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  • India
    Afghanistan. The civilisation is noted for its cities built of brick, road-side drainage system and multi-storeyed houses. The earliest historic references to India may be those to the Meluhha in Sumerian records, possibly referring to the Indus Valley civilization. When compared to the...
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  • Pak-Turkey
    . Necmettin Sadak, a known sociologist author voiced his concern by stating “..Unlike India, Pakistan will not suffer from certain problems of ill caste system. Islam in these regions had solved, in the course of history the establishment and problems of the caste system..” The public opinion of the Turks...
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