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Hindu kinship

K. M. Kapadia

Hindu kinship

an important chapter in Hindu social history

by K. M. Kapadia

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Published by Popular Book Deopt[sic] in Bombay .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India.,
  • India
    • Subjects:
    • Hinduism -- Social aspects.,
    • Kinship -- India.,
    • Inheritance and succession (Hindu law),
    • Hinduism -- India -- Customs and practices.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby K.M. Kapadia.
      SeriesSAMP early 20th-century Indian books project ;, item 08198.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsMicrofilm CSL-ENG-039 (B)
      The Physical Object
      FormatMicroform
      Paginationxvi, 320, xxxx p.
      Number of Pages320
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL513683M
      LC Control Number98912052


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Hindu Kinship. An Important Chapter in Hindu Social History. By Dr. Kapadia. xvi++xxxv. (Bombay: Popular Book Depot, ) 15 rupees. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kapadia, Kanaiyalal Motilal, Hindu kinship. Bombay: Popular Book Deopt [sic] (OCoLC) This is a new, enlarged edition of a pioneering and ethnographically rich account of the Hindu family.

First published inthe 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.

This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. The kinship terms of Hindustani (Hindi-Urdu) differ from the English system in certain respects.

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Kinship Bonds in North and in South India: Marriage alliances are the principal means by which new kinship bonds can be forged. There is, however, a fundamental difference in this regard between North and South India.

In the first place, broadly speaking, in the South a family tries to strengthen existing kin ties through marriage. Kinship Organization in India Volume 11 of Deccan College monograph series Volume 2 of Introduction to the civilization of India; selected materials for the study Hindu kinship book Indian civilization, University of Chicago The College: Author: Irawati Karmarkar Karve: Hindu kinship book 2, abridged: Publisher: Asia Publishing House, Original from: the University.

In Hindu literature and folklore, the moon is associated with romance, loneliness, friendship, pleasant nights and kinship. For children in India, the moon is a close. Caste and Kinship in a Modern Hindu Society: The Newar City of Lalitpur, Nepal (Bibliotheca Himalayica Series III) [Mark Pickett] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

A scholarly contribution to the anthropology of caste. I’m obsessed with the Instagram account @ohauntyji. Curated by Toronto-based clothing brand norblacknorwhite, the account is dedicated to ‘stylish Aunty ji’s’ and indeed, it in Author: Mathangi Krishnamurthy.

About the Book For more than half a century, T.N. Madan has been a towering influence on the sociological and anthropological studies of family and kinship, cultural dimensions of development, religion, secularism, and Hindu society and tradition.

This Omnibus brings and Hindu society. Family and kinship: A study of the pundits of rural Kashmir, first published inremains a pioneering. Professor Leela Dube, in her review, wrote: ‘[This book] is the only full length published study focusing entirely on family and kinship as they function within Hindu society.

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Ruby Lal's book on the Mughal harem during the reigns of the first three emperors confirms the impression of familial relations spilling over into and influencing state matters. Kapadia, Hindu Kinship; ‘Changing Patterns of Hindu Marriage and Family’, Parts I, II, III, Sociological Bulletin, III,61–87, –57, Cited by: 1.

Of all published articles, the following were the most read within the past 12 months. Between and the Government of India passed four Hindu Law Acts to reform and codify Hindu family law. Scholars have understood these acts as a response to growing concern about women's rights but, in a powerful re-reading of their history, this book traces the origins of the Hindu law reform project to changes in the political-economy of late colonial by: The second chapter explores animal-friendly teachings and practices in Vedic, Hindu, and Jain religious traditions through sacred texts and teachings and through the lives of religious exemplars, including key topics such as the sacred power of the natural environment, ahimsa, reincarnation and karma, oneness, interspecies kinship, Vishnu's incarnations, and the historic Hindu tendency toward Author: Lisa Kemmerer.

Illustrated with vivid case studies based on intimate ethnography, this book enhances understandings of gender and kinship in South Asia.' Ann Grodzins Gold, Syracuse University, USA. 'Livia Holden takes us into the heart of the complex array of norms, values and customs that operate within Hindu divorce.

This introductory chapter begins with a brief description of the reasons why Indian and foreign anthropologists have paid inadequate attention to the need for empirical field studies of Hindu kinship.

It then explains the rationale behind the present study, fieldwork, and scope. Some parts of the book have been rewritten, many have been improved by minor corrections and an entire chapter on Ownership of Property, Succession and Inheritance has been added.

Command of Sanskrit Sources Karve began her analysis of Indian kinship systems as early aswhen she investigated the kinship or­ ganization of the various.

Preface This book is the result of my deliberations on the data collected by me in the course of my field work in different parts of India during the last twenty years and of my perusal of the literature in Sanskrit, Prakrit and the modern Indian languages.

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McKee). She is editor of New Directions in Kinship Studies and co-editor of Family and Kinship: An Anthropological : Paperback. Kinship in Bali (Clifford Geertz, Hildred Geertz) What follows, then, is a study of Balinese social structure centering around the use of the symbols of kinship in organizing domestic and public life.

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The Manu Samhita that was written in around BC, is known to have laid down the marital laws, which is followed even today.

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