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Priests and cobblers

A. Patricia Caplan

Priests and cobblers

a study of social change in a Hindu village in Western Nepal

by A. Patricia Caplan

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Published by Intertext in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Nepal,
  • Nepal.
    • Subjects:
    • Villages -- Nepal.,
    • Nepal -- Social conditions.,
    • Nepal -- Economic conditions.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 97-100.

      Statement[by] A. Patricia Caplan.
      SeriesStudies in social and economic change
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHN761.N42 C35 1972b
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiii, 103 p.
      Number of Pages103
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5462525M
      ISBN 100700201963
      LC Control Number73165157

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      The , priests on French territory in belonged to an evolving tradition of priesthood. The challenge of making sense of the Christian tradition can be formidable in any era, but this was especially true for those priests required at the very beginning of to take an oath of loyalty to the new government—and thereby accept the religious reforms promoted in a new Civil.   The Cataclysm is another short story collection from the Dragonlance saga. This anthology features eleven stories from various contributing authors. Included stories are The Word and the Silence, Mark of the Flame, Mark of the Words, The Bargain Driver, Seekers, No Gods, No Heroes, Into Shadow, Into Light, Ogre Unaware, The Cobbler's Son, The Voyage of the Sunchaser, The High Priest /5(15).

        Here is an old story from Indian lore. It takes for granted the spiritual expectation, in Vedic philosophy, that with good karma and spiritual advancement, we may gratefully escape samsara, the seemingly endless cycle of birth and death that keeps us trapped in the torment of our own karma and also takes for granted the assumption that the Brahmins—the high-caste priests—would. The priests, however, would sometimes bestow their blessing on Sancho the cobbler; but beyond words he got nothing from the comforters of the widows and of the orphans. Some of the great families would have their boots soled by him; but being very great and rich people, they demanded long credit, so that he was heard to say that a rich man’s.


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Priests and cobblers by A. Patricia Caplan Download PDF EPUB FB2

PRIESTS AND COBBLERS is anthropology of a very limited kind. It is a short study of the economy and politics of a single Nepali community with special attention to caste and of the changes in the traditional society that were brought about by some economic development, land reform, and the "panchayat system" in the by: PRIESTS AND COBBLERS is anthropology of a very limited kind.

It is Priests and cobblers book short study of the economy and politics of a single Nepali community with special attention to caste and of the changes in the traditional society that were brought about by some economic development, land reform, and the "panchayat system" in the s.3/5(1).

It has been 35 years since anthropologist Patricia Caplan published “Priests and Cobblers”, her first and only book on Nepal. It has been republished with only a brief new Foreword to distinguish it from the original.

Caplan’s pioneer work on caste and society in the far western hills was well. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Caplan, A. Patricia. Priests and cobblers. San Francisco, Chandler Pub.

[] (OCoLC) Document Type. Get this from a library. Priests and cobblers: a study of social change in a Hindu village in Western Nepal.

[A Patricia Caplan] -- Study conducted at Duari Village of Belaspur District, Nepal. Back of the Book This book is a study of the changing relations between members of the priestly caste (Brahmins) and a group of untouchables (Cobblers).

The study covers a period of several decades up to the time of fieldwork at the end of the s in a Hindu village in Western Nepal. From a position of almost total economic dependence on the priestly caste, the untouchables had become. Bibliography: p. Priests and cobblers; a study of social change in a Hindu village in western Nepal.

Priests and Cobblers: Social Change in a Hindu Village in Western Nepal. San Francisco: Chandler. ISBN [Book] No full text available Abstract or Description.

republished Mandala Publications, Kathmandu   The book Priests and Cobblers is a study on the changing caste relations in Nepal.

The system still exists here, especially in rural Hindu areas, dividing people into a hierarchy based upon heredity. As a rule, the state of Nepal cannot discriminate against any citizen in the application of general laws on grounds of religion, race, gender.

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