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THE SOCIAL STRUCTURE OF A MYSORE VILLAGE
A VILLAGE IN RAJASTHAN
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Adi Dravidas agricultural Anthropology Badaga Bagdis belonging Bengal Bharmaur Bhils Bisipara Boad Outcastes Brahmin caste group ceremony court crops cultivators deity desam desavari Dewara different castes disputes division Economic Weekly elders fact faction festival field-work fields Gaddis Gonds gotra guda Hattarahalli headman hereditary hierarchy higher castes Hindu Holeyas household important income India Indian village individual Jangama Jats joint family Kayasthas Kerala Kere kinship Kishan Garhi Konar Kond Kota Kulu Kumbapettai Kuruba labourers land landlords lineage Lingayats living lower castes M. N. Srinivas Madiga Malabar Malana marriage Mewar miles Muslim Mysore Nayars neighbouring non-Brahman occupations official organization Oriya paddy Panchala panchayat Patel patti persons political population priest Puja Punjab Raj Gonds Rajputs Rampura rank religious ritual separate servants Sikh social anthropology society street sub-caste temple tenants tion traditional tribal tribes unit unity Untouchables village community village council Warriors washerman