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The Hindu HouseholderThe T.N. Madan Omnibus$
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T. N. Madan

Print publication date: 2011

Print ISBN-13: 9780198069409

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: September 2012

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198069409.001.0001

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(p.iA) Family and Kinship: A Study of the Pandits of Rural Kashmir

(p.iA) Family and Kinship: A Study of the Pandits of Rural Kashmir

The Hindu Householder
Oxford University Press

Keywords:   Hindu kinship, India, empirical studies, field studies, Utrassu-Umanagri village

Keywords:   Hindus, Kashmir, Pandits, Kashmiri Brahmans, subcastes, karkun, kinship, marriage

Keywords:   Kashmir villages, Muslims, Pandits, villagers, location and physical features, settlement pattern, legend and history

Keywords:   Pandits, house, households, architecture, development cycle, Utrassu-Umanagri, genealogical composition

Keywords:   childbirth, sons, daughters, adoption, parent–child relationship, religious rights, ritual initiation, grandparents, economic rights

Keywords:   households, marriage, and its structural consequences, spouse selection, betrothal, remarriage, woman-giving household, husband–wife relationships

Keywords:   Pandits, household income, economic situation, spending, property ownership, inheritance

Keywords:   Pandits, partition, household structure, reunion, brothers, chulah

Keywords:   Pandit households, external relations, patrilineal kin, kotamb, inter-household relations

Keywords:   Pandit kinship system, non-agnatic kinship, matamal, sonya, howur/variw, chulah

Keywords:   Pandits, households, Muslims, Kashmir, kinship, chulah, agnation, patrilineal ideology, Utrassu-Umanagri

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