What makes the prehistory caste system so important to history?
it is still in place, virtually unchanged, in the modern India
It is still in place, virtually unchanged, in modern India.
The caste system was so important to ancient India because it showed rank.
In Hinduism Caste System is very important. Caste system determines what a man should do with his life & how to chose his profession.
People are metured enough to feel the caste system is nothing important day to day life. But the problem is with politicians, they can not survive with out caste, religion and religious system.
in hindu belief caste is related to their profession/job ij daily life. from their it were categorised as caste. its not important nowdays. all are equal.
There is no reason to think that Gupta kings did not believe in caste system. They were hindus, and caste system was a part of the Hindu social structure.
Screw the caste system, its a bunch of BS. In this world, its how much you make that matters the most.
The Caste System was not created by a specific person. It grew and developed over time. Different caste systems developed in different places. Perhaps the most well known now is the Caste System of India, but Europe, other parts of Asia, and the Americas have had caste systems at various times in history.
No, he was against the caste system and believed and taught that all men and women are equals.
In Hinduism it is very important. Mainly because without specific duties of Caste System Hinduism will fail.
There is no easy answer to this question. There caste system developed a hierarchal system where everyone has a 'place' in society that one can find is difficult to get out of. The social boundaries developed are segregating, at times, and political decisions are often based on caste levels. The caste you were born into, you could not escape, and you remained there for the rest of your life. Not only that, you were treated… Read More
The untouchables were people that did not belong to a group of the caste, so they were not considered a group of the caste system. My World History teacher from the University of Arkansas in Monticello says that it included outcasts, "untouchables," and "children of God." Another name for "childern of God" is harijans.
1500 B.C.E. to 500 C.E.
it shows who is important in Indian and the order of it.
because it is not important
it affected the caste system by bringing new content to the caste system.
The social class system is more rigid than the caste system.
In bhagwat geeta lord states that caste system is very important. And one must do his duty given to his cast. Example of karna is also given.
Buddhism has no belief in caste system. It frankly rejected the caste system.
Hinduism is a way of life, how the society and all members of it should behave is included in Hinduism. It is politiCal and socially influenced, where as Buddhism is only a philosophy for individuals to attain the highest Peace in life.
Between The Top Three And The Lowest Castes.
Between the top three and the lowest castes
yes they believe in Caste System. Caste system is one of the deepest taboos of Hinduism.
It is the religion of Hinduism that uses the caste system
The group outside the caste system are the untouchables they are'nt considered part of the caste system
certainly Buddhism was opposed to caste system. Hinduism invented caste system.
In ancient times caste system was made to help Hinduism survive. Every caste were given specific duty. If they fail to do that Hinduism will not be able to survive and all the people will die eventually.
It was create(d) as a hierarchical system that influenced and supported a minority race to power. It is similar to the Western class system, but more consequential.
Well, Hinduism revolved around the caste system for centuries. Even though India says it doesn't practice the caste system anymore, I wouldn't be surprised if small villages in India still practiced such beliefs today. It's hard to change something that has been practiced for centuries my friend.
it was a continuation of the social structure of spain.
in Hinduism no one is forced to embrace Caste System. Rather it is individuals who retain their Caste System mainly because they see their caste with pride and respect. Caste system was originally made to help society survive and cherish.
In hinduism no one is forced to embrace caste system. rather it is individuals who retain their caste system mainly because they see their caste with pride and respect. caste system was originally made to help society survive and cherish.
There is no more caste system
The Buddha disapproved of the caste system.
There is no caste system in Buddhism.
The caste system was influenced by the Indian Government
describes the caste system in India
best describes the Aryan caste system
Hinduism invented Caste System to maintain an order. So Caste System is a vital part of Hinduism.
The caste system was invented in India. It was originally called Varna. The caste system is the social structure in which classes are determined by heredity.
If caste system goes on , what is the problem caste system is not wroing untouchability is wrong
Sikhism does not want the caste system. They are different from Hindus. They do not believe in the caste system. They believe that everybody is created equal.
India has a caste system because it is in their tradition. The Indian caste system has been a part of Indian culture for hundreds of years and the people with power in the country are in the top class of the caste system and oppose any change.
how is the caste system organized?
I think That Gandhi did not agree with the caste system.
The caste system is a part of Indian culture
The hopewells did not have a caste system, Because they were to old to find out.
The Sudras is the 5th class of the Caste System.
The mound builders had no caste system.