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Published by National Pub. House in Delhi .
Written in English



  • India,
  • India.


  • Caste -- India.,
  • Hindus.,
  • Muslims -- India.,
  • India -- Social conditions -- 1947-

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Edition Notes

StatementS. P. Jain.
LC ClassificationsDS422.C3 J34 1975
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 194 p. ;
Number of Pages194
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4863006M
LC Control Number75902037

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According to A.W. Green, “A rural community is a cluster of people living within a narrow territorial radius who share a common way of life”. The major features of rural society are given below: 1. Small size of village community, 2. Intimate relations, 3. Jajmani System, 4. Isolation, 5. Social homogeneity, 6. Informal Social Control, 7. Ali, A.F. Imam: Hindu-Muslim Community in Bangladesh; Caste and Social Structure. Delhi: Kanishka, , p., Rs. From Manohar books, 14 April , email: [email protected] - Note:We have in stock books published in the earlier years. We can locate and supply books not listed in our catalogues. This book gives us definite glimpses of what may be called the ideological and valuation foundations of those social institutions. It describe ideas, ideals and aspirations so as to re-set and reconstruct the several strata of the social structure that have been evolving in Hindu life and conduct. The Hindu-Muslim problem has two aspects to it. In its first aspect, the problem that presents itself is the problem of two separate communities facing each other and seeking adjustment of their respective right and privileges. The political and social stagnation in the Muslim community can be explained by one and only one reason. The.