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Social inequality among Indian Muslims

Parvez A. Abbasi

Social inequality among Indian Muslims

by Parvez A. Abbasi

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Published by A.C. Brothers in Udaipur .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Meerut (India),
  • India,
  • Meerut
    • Subjects:
    • Muslims -- India -- Meerut -- Social conditions,
    • Meerut (India) -- Social conditions

    • About the Edition

      Study conducted with reference to Meerut, India.

      Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. [122]-127).

      StatementParvez A. Abbasi ; foreword by M.S. Agwani.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS432.M84+ A235 1999
      The Physical Object
      Pagination128 p. ;
      Number of Pages128
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL171868M
      ISBN 10818548905X
      LC Control Number99952266

      Pakistan and Indian history books, refer to the conflict as “War of independence”. On the other hand, British history books refer to it as “mutiny” or “Sepoy rebellion”. According to conflict theorists, groups or societies which have power and control over the resources exploit other groups, for their own benefit. The UN's Arab Human Development Report points out that in Arab countries, the high rates of gender inequality coincide with a lack of economic opportunities among women. Female labour force Author: Maha Akeel.

      Historical development. Islam does not recognize any castes, but, when it came to Persia and India, the existing divisions in these regions were adopted among the local Muslim societies. Evidence of social stratification can be found in several later Persian works, such as Siyasatnama of Nizam al-Mulk (11th century), Akhlaq-i Nasiri of Nasir al-Din al-Tusi (13th century), and Jam-i-Mufidi. This paper analyzes gender differences in reading and mathematics among Indian children ages using data from the India Human Development Survey. Employing descriptive statistics and ordered logistic regression techniques, this study examines how social background, access to learning resources, time devoted to formalFile Size: 1MB.

      For example, among 0- to 6-year-olds, the ratio of girls to boys is per 1, among Muslims compared with in India as a whole (Government of India ). These results complement other studies that have documented lower preferences for sons in Muslim families than in Hindu families (Bhat and Zavier ).Cited by: Law and Gender Inequality The Politics of Women's Rights in India By Flavia Agnes N this new book by Flavia Agnes, much of the analysis is devoted to exploring how and why the economic rights and power of women are affected by the personal laws of the various religious communities. Anglo-Indian derived Muslim personal laws as a part of File Size: 38KB.


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Most studies of caste in India deal with the classical Hindu caste system or with its present forms among the Hindus. Since caste is the basis of the Hindu social order and is written into the. In an essay on social stratification among the Muslims of Kerala, P.R.G. Mathur argues that the “ Muslim caste system is part of the overall caste system in Kerala rather than a separate Muslim caste system”.

Islam and Muslim Society: From Equality to Inequality Md. Intekhab Hossain & Syed Abul Hafiz Moinuddin Abstract The present account is a modest attempt to examine the issue of egalitarianism which Islam strongly advocates in its ideology that there is neither the concept of pure and impure.

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Islam And Caste Inequality Among Indian Muslims. J Nor, for that matter, is the explanation of the existence of caste and social hierarchy among Muslims as a result of the baneful impact of hierarchical Hinduism on egalitarian Islam.

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In addition, in most parts of rural India, Muslims are an economically deprived and socially discriminated group (Sachar et. al., ). I will refer to all social groups other than dalits, adivasis and Muslims as «other castes». These castes include caste Hindus as well as, in a few of the study villages, upper castes from Jain and Sikh.

The continued rise of economic inequality in India – and around the world – is not inevitable. It is the result of policy choices. Governments can start to reduce inequality by rejecting market fundamentalism, opposing the special interests of powerful elites, and changing the rules and systems that have led to where we are today.

Social Inequalities in Education 45 FIGURE Education Discontinuation Rates, by Educational Level and Social Background for Men Source: Desai et al.

( 89). FIGURE Education Discontinuation Rates, by Educational Level and Social Background for Women Source: Desai et al. ( 89). 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 Percentage Discontinuing Before Enrolling Class I–V Class V–X Class X–XII.

The Muslim Gaddi are a Muslim community found mainly in northern India. After the independence inthe Gaddi of the states of Haryana and Delhi migrated to Pakistan and are now found in the provinces of Punjab and Sindh.

In Pakistan, the community is often referred to as Gadi Rajput, and sometimes Gaddi. India is a country of people from diverse religions and backgrounds. As there are many religions, so there are numbers of religious laws too, that governs the people of different religions.

Every religion has its own personal laws relating to marriage, divorce, maintenance, guardianship and succession governing the Hindus, Muslims and Christians, etc.

There is no uniform civil code in India. This is the social and economic system prescribed by Judaism. If Judaism were to prevail, every male Gentile would be put to the sword and their women and children reduced to slavery.

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A presentation examining the cultural mindset of India and how it plays into social relationships. The corresponding rate among Hindus is 91%, Christians is 94%, Sikhs (86%) and Others (95%), according to Employment and Unemployment Situation among Major Religious Groups in India, a among Hindus and Muslims of Uttar Pradesh.

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