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CASTE AND DISTRIBUTION OF Power
CASTE AND THE ECONOMIC SYSTEM
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acquire agnatic agricultural agriculturists antecedants artisan Askot assigned Atkinson Baman basis belonging Bhal-Baman Bith Brahmin British administration British rule caste in Kumaon ceremonies Chand kings Chand rule Chauthani chhyor clan cultivators Das-Dholi dharmadhikari differentiated distinctions dominance endogamy formal former grants Gurkha gusain hereditary Hindu immigrant Brahmin important individuals inferior intermarriage Jimdar kaini Kathu Katyuri khaikar khalait Khasi Khasi group Khasi-Baman Khasi-Jimdar Khattri Kshatriya Kshettri Kumaoni society labour land landlord latter lineage marriage menial mobility Nepal nomic occupational groups orthodox Pachbiri Pande paternal caste Pitali political and economic political power polluting pre-British prestige priests privileges proprietary purohit Rajbar Rajput rank regard region relations relationship religious ritual status roles rural Kumaon sanctions sayana secular Shudra sirtan slaves social socio-ritual status groups status structure status superiority stratification structure of caste sub-caste tenants Thakur Thakur-Rajput thatwan Thul-jat tion traditional traditionally Traill varna village