Marriage and Family in India

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Oxford University Press, 1966 - Families - 395 pages
Traces the history of polygyny and polyandry amongst Hindus and Muslims against a background of economic circumstance and religious belief. Child-marriage, early widowhood and joint-family are discussed ... [N]ew chapters on the status of woman and family in an urban setting ... have been added.--From publisher's description.

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The book is like a sun in the indian society
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Contents

Polyandry
52
Polygyny
97
SjS Selection in Marriage
117
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