Caste Class & Occupation

Caste ,Class & Occupation The caste system is a classification of people into four hierarchically ranked castes called varnas. They are classified according to occupation and determine access to wealth, power, and privilege. The Brahmans, usually priests and scholars, are at the top. Next are the Kshatriyas, or political rulers and soldiers. They are followed … Read more

Social Values

Social Values Social value is the term used to describe the additional value created as an indirect result of a publicly funded service being delivered. For example, a homelessness organisation funded to provide hostel space for the homeless may create additional value by also providing routes into employment and training for its service users. Or, … Read more

Development of Sociological Thought in India

Development of Sociological Thought in India Sociology is the general study of social life, groups and societies. Sociology is a humanistic social science .It study the behavior of human beings in society. Sociology is concerned with social relationships of man with man and social interactions. It is the scientific study of social relationships, their variety, … Read more

Sanskritization

Sanskritization Sanskritization or Sanskritisation is a particular form of social change found in India. It denotes the process by which castes placed lower in the caste hierarchy seek upward mobility by emulating the rituals and practices of the upper or dominant castes. It is a process by which a low caste or a tribe or … Read more

Sanskritization

Sanskritization Sanskritization or Sanskritisation is a particular form of social change found in India. It denotes the process by which castes placed lower in the caste hierarchy seek upward mobility by emulating the rituals and practices of the upper or dominant castes. It is a process by which a low caste or a tribe or … Read more

Ashram Vyavastha

Ashram Vyavastha It is the duty of a Hindu to pass through four different ashram (stages) in their life. The first Ashram is called brahmacharya ashram (the educational stage) from which the fourth Varna, Sudra and women of the first three varna are barred. This is the stage of youth or learning, which requires a … Read more

Ashram Vyavastha

Ashram Vyavastha It is the duty of a Hindu to pass through four different ashram (stages) in their life. The first Ashram is called brahmacharya ashram (the educational stage) from which the fourth Varna, Sudra and women of the first three varna are barred. This is the stage of youth or learning, which requires a … Read more

Purusharth Vyavastha

Purusharth The Hindu scriptures declare four goals in human life and they are called the purushartha. The term purushartha not only denotes what the objectives of life should be but it also means what the objectives of life are as the result of the psychological tendencies of the individual. The purushartha consists of dharma, Artha, … Read more

Purusharth Vyavastha

Purusharth The Hindu scriptures declare four goals in human life and they are called the purushartha. The term purushartha not only denotes what the objectives of life should be but it also means what the objectives of life are as the result of the psychological tendencies of the individual. The purushartha consists of dharma, Artha, … Read more

Sanskar Vyavastha

Sanskar Vyavastha Samskaras is a prescribed set of observances, a religious ceremony or act regarded as an outward and visible sign of inward or spiritual. Ancient Sanskrit literature texts, such as Raghuvamsha, Kumarsambhava, Abhijnan -Shakuntal, Hitopadesha and Manu Smruti, samskara is used to mean: education, cultivation, training, refinement, perfection, grammatical purity, polishing, embellishment, decoration, a … Read more

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