Concepts in the Social Sciences. The cultivators cultivate the land for themselves. Each tribal group has its food supplier. This includes about 5% from central Indian rivers. Thus, these unique features have promoted a sense of secu … rity ,unity and homogenity in the country.
Following traditional Hindu law, women did not inherit real estate and were thus beholden to their male kin who controlled land and buildings. Parental occupation is always considered a good and essential occupation for the new generation. Rivers like the Godavari, the Krishna, the Kaveri, the Tungabhadra have swept the land and made the plateau highly covetous. Caste and Joint Family System. Chandragupta's chief minister, Kautilya, wrote treatise on politics telling rulers how to maintain power similar to Legal¬ists. After he achieved mastery in these works, he was to be appointed as a Knight. Indian Muslim Personal Law required her husband to pay no alimony.
Some tribes like Cholanaicken depended on food collection and hunting others like Khasi of Meghalaya practiced shilfing cultivation. The manor used to be self-sufficient. There are thousands of castes and subcastes in India, involving hundreds of millions of people. Bailey 1960 has suggested that the only solution to the problem of definition of tribes in India is to conceive of a continuum of which at one end are tribes and at the other are castes. Similarly in the Eastern side dense forest, in-congenial climate and continuous rainfall is equally preventing the outsiders from crossing the boundary.
A baron was born a baron. He secured the raw materials, gauged the market, and took workers from under their own roofs to produce things in his factory. Large plants have been set up. The introduction of commercialization and mechanization into agriculture means that the urban ways of life more and more influence agrarian culture. Caste structure and kinship; caste structure and occupation; and caste structure and power are three important aspects which are discussed as under: 1. In Search of Self in India and Japan: Toward a Cross-Cultural Psychology. Free, vocal, alert and quality media.
These are Assamese, Bengali, Bodo, Dogri,Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Kashmiri, Konkani, Maithili, Malayalam, Manipuri, Marathi, Nepali, Odia, Punjabi, Sanskrit, Santhali, Sindhi, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu. Uniformity means similarity of some sort that characterizes a people. Within most villages or towns, everyone knows the relative rankings of each locally represented caste, and behavior is constantly shaped by this knowledge. The caste associations make most of the political decisions in rural society. The lofty cliff has given positive advantages to build up a strong and formidable defence.
Some may … have fallen on their faces. In a village community the force of traditional mores is more dominant than in the urban community. The river system of Northern India namely the Indus and its tributaries— the Sutlej, the Ravi, the Beas, the Chenab and the Jhelum , the Ganges and its affluent the Jamuna, the Chambal, the Gomti, the Ghagra and the Sone and the Brahmaputra and its feeders irrigate this wide plain. One may be a welder, a religious preacher, a father, a member of a political group, a member of the cricket team. The rivers of the Punjab and the Ganges determined also the nature and the course of the Aryan settlements in India.
To attain their goals, groups must negotiate with one another and make compromises. They let it out for sharecropping. These southern Indians, the Tamils, traded cotton, silks, dyes, drugs, gold, ivory, often earning great fortunes. The occupational norms of the lawyers are not those of teachers. But along with agricultural and herding there are other economic activities of the people in an agrarian society. In short, the structure and functions of the family in industrial society are different from those in the agrarian society. It now no longer performs the functions which it did in the pre-industrial society.
Good intentions and right action thrive when they receive a positive response from others. New York: Fawcett Columbine, 1990. Numerical strength of tribes also shows great variation. Features of Industrial Society : An industrial society is marked by the following features: i Emergence of Modern Family: The emergence of modern family in place of traditional patriarchal family is the first feature of industrial society. His grandfather had been a baron and it was his right. Further the separation of place of work from place of residence removes working fathers from the view of their children. An entrepreneur, an individualist capitalist came in and took over some of the operations.
The little desert extends from the Luni between Jaisalmer and Jodhpur up to northern wastes. The rivers of Deccan denuding their beds for long geological ages have developed flat valleys with low gradients. The Rights and Duties of Feudal Lords: The Lords had many duties to perform. Roots, wild grains and wild fruits provide the food. The first evidence of it lies in the elastic character of Hinduism, the majority religion of India.
Their economic and political subordination further enhances the dominant position of high-ranking castes. Chandragupta's grandson, Ashoka 269—232 B. The Vindhyan range appears to have been formed by the weathered products of the ancient Aravalli ranges. Such purdah shelters women—-and the sexual inviolability of the family-— from unrelated unknown men. Traditionally, for those families who could afford it, women have controlled some wealth in the form of precious jewelry.