Caste System


PEDRO RUIZ III this link talks about powerful nomadic warriors known as Aryans appeared in northern India. The warriors were from Central Asia, but managed to overcome the Himalayas by finding lower passes in the mountains, such as the Khyber Pass in Pakistan. The Aryans conquered the Dravidians of Central India and imposed their social structure upon them.

external image caste-system.jpg - This site talks about how caste systems are all over the world, plus different names and disclosions for the people in the class.

The Caste system is important because it tells people where they are located financially. Also rules out bad vs the goexternal image plate42.jpgod in some cases.

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This Website is about the differnt cast systems in india and who and why belives in them. They also explain how this system dosnt do a very good job of seperating by how they were born.
The caste system in India has degenerated into a system falsely recognizing men born in Brahmin families as Brahmins, even though they don’t exhibit the qualities of Brahmins. This has caused so many problems.dss

The Indian caste system has been in use for many years. Still today the values of the caste system are held strongly. It has kept a sense of order, and peace among the people. There are five different levels of the system: Brahman, Kshatriya, Vaishya, Shudra, and Harijans.
Caste System- This website has information about the caste system in india. It has the introduction of caste system and pictures to go with it.Ashley caste_system1.JPG

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Caste System - Will Jahnke
The Caste System is based on social status in ancient India. This system is broken up into five social classes known as the Brahmins, Ksatriyas, Vaisyas, Sudras, and the Untouchables. The Brahmins are priests and teachers, the Ksatriyas are warriors and rulers, the Vaisyas are farmers and merchants, the Sudras are common laborers, and the Untouchables are outcasts of society.

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Caste System
This website explains what the Caste System is. It also goes into detail about what each level means and stands for.
The Caste System is a system in India having to do with social statuses. It is generally affiliated with the Hindu religion.

Logan MatzkeThe caste system consists of 5 levels they each have a mean and the peolefollow each level very strik.caste_system.jpg This website shows the ranks of the caste system. The system consists of Brahmins, Ksatriyas, Vaisyas, Sudras, and the Untouchables (Lacey Rohich)
It has been used to maintain a sense of order, and peace among the people. It is a way to keep society from disintegration. caste-systemIndia.jpg

In ancient India there developed a social system in which people were divided into separate close communities. These communities are known in English as caste. The origin of the caste system is in hinduism, but it affected the whole Indian society. The caste system in the religious form is basically a simple division of society in which there are four castes arranged in a hierarchy and below them the outcast. But socially the caste system was more complicated, with much more castes and sub-castes and other divisions. Legally the government disallows the practice of caste system but has a policy of affirmative discrimination of the backward classes ZB Mayra
This website talks about how the caste system works. The caster system is been use for many years and has cause the country to be in order and peacefully. There are five different levels for the system which are Brahman, Kshatriya, Vaishya, Shudra, and Harijians. There assign people when they are born, married and die.


Caste System
CASTE_SSSSTM.jpg - This website is all about the history of India’s caste system. The site also breaks down the classes of a caste system. A caste system divides people socially by hereditary groups. Caste systems play a big role in India’s history. – Rocky

external image arranged-marriage.jpgShehid Radhe This website explains different level of cast system. Caste system is a system of socail stratification and socail restriction in India in wich communities are defined by thousands of endogamous hereditary group called Jatis