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THEORETICAL PERSEPECTIVE OF EVOLUTION OF CASTE SYSTEM IN INDIA

    4 Author(s):  BABALI GAWADE, A R KULKARNI, MS PRASHANTH, KAILASH KHANNA

Vol -  9, Issue- 11 ,         Page(s) : 239 - 243  (2018 ) DOI : https://doi.org/10.32804/IRJMSH

Abstract

The caste framework as a shape of social stratification is impossible to miss to India. The caste is an indistinguishable angle of the Indian society. It is curiously Indian in root and development. There is no comparable institution somewhere else within the world for the caste framework. Still follows of caste were found in old Egypt, Japan, Rome, Burma and Persia. It is said that indeed the old Persians, Siberians, Etruscans, Mexicans, Peruvians and Spartans had their claim sort of caste framework

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