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Caste and social stratification among the Muslims.

Ahmad, Imtiaz

Caste and social stratification among the Muslims.

by Ahmad, Imtiaz

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Published by Manohar Book Service; [distributed in U.S.A.: South Asia Books, Columbia, Mo. in Delhi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India.
    • Subjects:
    • Caste -- India.,
    • Muslims -- India.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographies.

      StatementEdited by Imtiaz Ahmad.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS422.C3 A63
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxxiv, 256 p.
      Number of Pages256
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5175082M
      LC Control Number74900540

      implications and change in the Hindu caste system excluding Muslims from their studies. Hence there is a requirement of a study of Social Stratification among Muslims in India as well as in Kashmiri society. KEYWORDS: Social Stratification, Caste, Class, Social Stratification among Muslims, Indian Society, Tribe,File Size: KB.   Job reservation and efficiency/A.M. Shah. Mandal Commission Report: a sociological critique/P. Radhakrishnan. The Mandal judgement: a brief description and critique/B. Sivaramayya. Social stratification among Muslims in India/Zarina Bhatty. Caste among Christians in India/J. Tharamangalam. Notes on the contributors. Index/5(8).

      The concept of caste among the Indian Muslims with its attending disabilities and social stratification outside the Hindu fold is enigmatic and requires deeper studies. The book is very comprehensive and deals with the subject thoroughly which includes existence of this malady in the semitic religions in its rudiments. Mines, Mattison () ‘Social Stratification among Muslim Tamils in Tamil Nadu, South India’, in Imtiaz Ahmad (ed.), Caste and Social Stratification among Muslims in India, New Delhi: Manohar, pp. – Mosse, David () The Saint in the Banyan Tree: Christianity and Caste Society in India, Berkeley: University of California : Alexandra de Heering.

        India's caste system is among the world's oldest forms of surviving social stratification. The BBC explains its complexities. The system which divides Hindus into rigid hierarchical groups based. Caste and social stratification among Muslims in India. New Delhi: Manohar. OCLC Ali, A.F. Imam (September ). Changing Social Stratification in Rural Bangladesh. South Asia Books. ISBN Sikand, Yoginder (). Islam, Caste and Dalit Muslim Relations in India. Global Media Publications. ISBN


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IMTIAZ AHMAD (Ed.), Family, Kinship, and Marriage among Muslims in India, Manohar,Pp.Rs 75 Veena Das The Indian Author: Veena Das. Subsequently, Imtiaz Ahmed elaborated the topic in his “Caste and Social Stratification among the Muslims”.According to M.

Srinivas, an eminent sociologist, Indian Hindu converts to Islam brought their original caste system to the Muslim society in the ‘caste consciousness’ is also noticeable among Indian Muslim (few).Author: Syed Azeez Ahmed.

Social Stratification and the Salience of Caste-Analogues in Muslim Society Muslims are the followers of Islam, which advocates for an egalitarian society. In Islamic ideology there is neither a difference of high or low, nor pure and impure.

Islam does not admit inequality on the basis of race, language and other ethnic Size: KB. T.N. Madan (ed., Muslim Communities of South Asia, ) and Imtiaz Ahmed (ed., Caste and Social Stratification among Muslims in India, ) did some pioneering sociological work in this area, but it still remains one that needs to be explored.

External observers tend to see Muslims across India as a homogeneous community, but in reality. ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: xviii, pages ; 22 cm: Contents: Introduction / Imtiaz Ahmad --Elements of caste among the Muslims in a district in southern Bihar / Hasan Ali --Status groups among the Moplahs on the south-west coast of India / Victor S.

D'Souza --Caste analogues among the Laccadive (Lakshadweep) Muslims / Leela. Elements of caste among the Muslims in a district in southern Bihar / Hasan Ali --Status groups among the Moplahs on the south-west coast of India / Victor S.

D'Souza --Caste analogues among the Laccadive (Lakshadweep) Muslims / Leela Dube --The Khojas of Bombay: the defining of formal membership criteria during the nineteenth century / J.C. BOOK REVIEW Social Stratification Among Muslims lmtiaz Ahmad Muslim Communities in Gujarat: Preliminary Studies in their History and Social Organization by S C Misra, Asia Pub-ing House, pp XVI +Rs.

SOCIOLOGISTS and social anthro-pologists have not paid much at-tention to the study of Indian Mus­ lim social structure. Caste and Social Stratification among the Muslims [Imtiaz Ahmad] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Caste and Social Stratification among the MuslimsManufacturer: Manohar Book Service.

Social Stratification Among A duplication of the social stratification based on caste being practised by the Hindu community of India, is the last thing that the Muslims of India need.

Caste and Social Stratification Among Muslims in India Revised Edition. by Imtiaz Ahmad (Author) ISBN ISBN X. Why is ISBN important.

ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Cited by: Social Stratification among Muslims, Delhi, Manohar Book Service,pp 13 A.R.

Momin, ‘Muslim Caste in an Industrial Township of Maharashtra,’ in. caste or social strati however, an interesting regional variation in the social stratification among Muslims lending a complex castes system in different parts of India.

The objective of this Author: Bharat Rout. Caste among Other Religions: Muslims and Christians. January 6, by Uma Sathwika. Caste is a social stratification wherein people are grouped based on wealth, occupation or social status.

It is characterized by endogamy (marriage within the same class), the inheritance of occupation and social status. Caste in Islam: The caste system in. The caste system is one of the oldest forms of social stratification and even though it may be prohibited by the law, the political divisions continue to exist in the minds of the people leaving many oppressed.

Before the caste system, India had four groups or divisions already established: the Negrito, Mongoloid, Austroloid and Dravidian. Caste and social stratification among Muslims in India.

New Delhi: Manohar. OCLC Ali, A.F. Imam (September ). Changing Social Stratification in Rural Bangladesh.

South Asia Books. ISBN. Sikand, Yoginder (). Islam, Caste and Muslim Relations in India. Global Media Publications. ISBN. Ali, Syed (December ).

Caste and social stratification among Muslims in India by Ahmad, Imtiaz, Publication date Topics Caste -- India, Muslims -- India Publisher Columbia, Mo.: South Asia Books Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files. IN COLLECTIONS.

Books to Borrow. Books for People with Print :   Yes. Caste like system of stratification is widely practiced by Muslims of South Asia. Indian Muslims are no exception. This system is called as ‘Biradiri’/ ‘baradari’ system.

Baradar means ‘Brotherhood’. Biradiri groups are based on ethinicity. Access to society journal content varies across our titles. If you have access to a journal via a society or association membership, please browse to your society journal, select an article to view, and follow the instructions in this : T.N.

Madan. the idea of-caste. Ahmad's answer is MuBlim Caste: Theory and Practice A R Momin Caste and Social Stratification among the Muslims, edited by Imtiaz 94hmad; IWanohar Book Service, Delhi, ; pp ; Rs   Caste and Social Hierarchy Among Indian Muslims: (Interview) Aug by dalitmuslims year old Masood Alam Falahi, a graduate of the Jamiat ul-Falah madrasa, is a doctoral student in the Department of Arabic, Delhi University.

[10] Caste and Social Stratification among the Muslims, Imtiaz Ahmad (ed.), Manohar, [11] M.K.A. Siddiqui, in Caste and Social Stratification among the Muslimspp.

[12] Status and Power in a Muslim Dominated Village of Uttar Pradesh, Zarina Bhatty, in Caste and Social Stratification among the Muslims Ahmad, I. () Caste and Social Stratification Among Muslims in India. New Delhi: Manohar. Ambedkar, B. R. () 'The Annihilation of Caste', in Babasaheb Ambedkar Writings and Speeches Vol.

1. Bombay: Education Department, Government of Maharasthra. First published in .caste. Thus, the Lingayats, Jains, Sikhs, Jews, Christians, and Muslims have all been described as organized into caste-like groups.

The presence of caste-like groups among these diverse religious communities suggests that Hindu social structure has .