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  • ISBN 0915984849
  • ISBN13 978-0915984848
  • Language English
  • Author Bryan Pfaffenberger
  • Publisher Syracuse Univ Facs Pubns; First edition. Unabridged. edition (June 1, 1982)
  • Pages 257
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  • Category Social Science
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Bryan Pfaffenberger (Author). Series: FOREIGN AND COMPARATIVE STUDIES SOUTH ASIAN SERIES. Paperback: 257 pages.

Bryan Pfaffenberger (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Publisher: Syracuse Univ Facs Pubns (June 1, 1982).

Countries and Their Cultures. Caste in Tamil Culture: The Religious Foundations of Sudra Domination in Tamil Sri Lanka. The Tamils of Sri Lanka. 4th ed. London: Minority Rights Group. ETHNONYMS: Tamilarkal (Tamil people), Tamilian. History and Cultural Relations. Syracuse: Maxwell School of Foreign and Comparative Studies, Syracuse University. Schwarz, Walter (1988). Skonsberg, Else (1982). A Special Caste? Tamil Women of Sri Lanka.

Caste In Tamil Culture book. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Caste in Tamil Culture: The Religious Foundations of Sudra Domination in Tamil Sri Lanka (Foreign and comparative studies). 0915984849 (ISBN13: 9780915984848).

Pfaffenberger, Bryan. Syracuse: Maxwell School of Foreign and Comparative Studies. Pfaffenberger, Bryan. Fourth World Colonialism, Indigenous Minorities, and Tamil Separatism in Sri Lanka. Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars 16:15–22.

Caste in Tamil Culture: The. Religious Foundations of Sudra Domination in Tamil Sri Lanka, Syracuse University . Srinivasa Iyengar, . History of the Tamils from the Earliest Times to 600 . Asian Educational Services, New Delhi, 1982. Religious Foundations of Sudra Domination in Tamil Sri Lanka, Syracuse University, 1982.

Caste in Tamil Culture: The Religious Foundations of Sudra Domination in Tamil Sri Lanka. The dominant religious groups in the country are the Sinhalese buddhists and the Tamil hindus with 65% and 25% respectively of the population. The remainder consists of muslims (around 7%) and a few protestants. Here, unlike sub-Saharan Africa, European religions were introduced into a context dominated by other world religions with long literary and intellectual traditions. Furthermore, religion enters so intimately into the culture of various groups in the island that it is difficult to demarcate an area of thought or activity which can be clearly labelled as ‘religious’.

In Sri Lanka a caste-based social stratification system can be seen among its two . Under the Bo Tree - studies in castes, kinship, and marriage in the interior of Ceylon, 1967, 1971, Univ.

In Sri Lanka a caste-based social stratification system can be seen among its two major ethnic groups (the Sinhalese and the Tamils). Caste in Tamil Culture: The Religious Foundations of Sudra Domination in Tamil Sri Lanka". edu/~his ncp/SriLanka. "Sri Lanka's Development Since Independence: Socio-economic Perspectives and Analyses", New York, 2000.

In Tamil-speaking areas of South India, the .

In Tamil-speaking areas of South India, the population is made up mostly of Sudras, with only a few Brahmans and almost no Kshatriyas or Vaisyas living in many areas. Tamil-speaking Sudras have developed practices unknown to the original caste system of northern India. Among the numerous rankings of agricultural Tamil, the success of many Sudras has in practice put them above other castes in wealth and power. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press.

Related Books In early 1996, in the Tamil Circle, a series of articles written by . umarabharathy of Wellington, New Zealand looked at Tamil culture from the standpoint of an expatriate Tamil in an emerging.

Caste in Tamil Culture: The Religious Foundations of Sudra Domination in Tamil Sri Lanka - Bryan Pfaffenberger. Real and Imagined Women: Gender, Culture and Postcolonialism - Rajeswari Sunder Rajan. Fluid Signs: Being a Person the Tamil Way - E. Valentine Daniel. History and Imagination: Tamil Culture in the Global Context - R Cheran, Darshan Ambalavanar, Chelva Kanaganayakam. In early 1996, in the Tamil Circle, a series of articles written by . umarabharathy of Wellington, New Zealand looked at Tamil culture from the standpoint of an expatriate Tamil in an emerging post modern world. His reflections provided food for thought.

Pfaffenberger, Bryan - Caste in Tamil Culture: The Religious Foundations of Sudra .

Pfaffenberger, Bryan - Caste in Tamil Culture: The Religious Foundations of Sudra Domination in Tamil Sri Lanka, Syracuse, Syracuse University, 1982. Nature of Caste in Sri Lanka "When the Portuguese began to trade extensively with South Asia, they quickly noticed a fundamental difference between South Asian societies and those of other world areas. In India and Sri Lanka, societies are broken up into a large number of groups who do not intermarry, who are ranked in relation to each other, and whose interactions are governed by a multitude of ritualized behaviors