INEQUALITY Indian Caste System

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INEQUALITY Indian Caste System by Mind Map: INEQUALITY Indian Caste System

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2. Post Independence

2.1. Work/Employment

2.2. Domestic

2.3. Politics

3. Impact of British Colonialism

3.1. Legal Rigidity

3.2. Power equation among the castes

3.3. Relief for Depressed classes

4. Reformers

4.1. Coming Soon

5. Tribes (Coming soon)

6. Reservations

7. Past

7.1. Introduction

7.1.1. Varna Brahmins priests, scholars, and philosophers Kshatriyas rulers and warriors Vaisyas farmers, traders, merchants, and craftsmen Sudras labourers, peasants, and servants for the other castes

7.1.2. Jati Jati is a generic term referring to species or kinds of inanimate objects, plants and animals. Yet, in the Indian caste system, we use it to segregate human beings.

7.1.3. Avarna Panchamas/ Dalits/ Untouchables Manual labourers doing impure work such as leatherwork, butchering or removal of rubbish, animal carcasses and human waste, cleaning streets, latrines and sewers.

7.2. Theories about the origin of caste

7.2.1. Purusha Suktha

7.2.2. Gunas Sattva Rajas Tamas

7.2.3. Aryan influence

7.3. Principles

7.3.1. Differentiation & Separation

7.3.2. Hierarchy & Wholism

7.3.3. Pollution & Purity

7.4. Mobility

8. Features

8.1. Birth

8.2. Occupation

8.3. Membership & Rules

8.4. Hierarchy

8.5. Jati