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Family Organization: Some Problems Being Investigate by Karve

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Family Organization

The third important factor in indian culture is the family and by family here is meant the joint family. In india, the joint family has endured for as long as the records exist.

A joint family is one in which people live under one roof, who eat food cooked in one kitchen, who hold property in common, participate in common family worship etc.

She further mentions that every joint family has an ancestral seat or locus which some members may leave for an indefinite period. She states that when joint families of the two types split, they split into smaller …

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B R Ambedkar: Subaltern Approach, Ambedkar Methodology

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B R Ambedkar

B R Ambedkar
  • He was born on 14th April, 1891 in a small town of Mhow cantt near Indore. Or Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar belonged to an untouchable caste known as Mahar in Maharashtra.
  • In 1930, he was the President of All India Depressed Class Association. In 1936, he formed an independent labour party, which turned later into All India Scheduled Caste Federation.
  • He became member of Governor – General Council in 1942 and later he was the chairman of the Drafting Committee of Constituent Assembly of India.
  • In 1949, he was appointed as a Law …

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