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Inhaltsangabe: The Nadars have had a turbulent and colourful history. Their efforts to rise above their depressed condition assumed dramatic form in the series of escalating confrontations between the caste and its antagonists. From the breast-cloth controversy the sack of Sivakasi to the Nadar Mahajana Sangam, the Nadars rise, encapsulating the processes of social mobility in Indian sopciety, has given rich texture to the analysis of a community in change.

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Buchbeschreibung Manohar, New Delhi, 2006. Hard back. Buchzustand: New. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 249464

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Buchbeschreibung Manohar Publishers & Distributors, 2006. Hardcover. Buchzustand: New. Among the various Communities of-South India, the Nadars have perhaps most clearly evidenced the impact of change over the past 200 years. Considered by high-caste Hindus in the early nineteenth century to be of extremely low status, the Nadars-toddy-tappers, climbers of the palmyra palm-suffered severe social disabilities and were among the most depressed communities in the Tamil country. Because of their sensitive response to social and economic change over the past century and a half, the Nadars have today become one of the most Successful Groups in the South, in both economic and Political terms, and considerable command respect. From among their numbers have come Leaders in business, industry, and the professions; and in politics, Kamaraj, their illustrious son, brought fame to the Caste as Chief Minister of Madras and as President of the Indian National Congress. The Nadars have had a turbulent and colourful history. Their struggle to Rise above their depressed condition assumed dramatic forms in a series of escalating confrontations between the caste and its antagonists. From the breast-cloth controversy through the sack of Sivakasi to the Nadar Mahajana Sangam, the Nadars` rise, exemplifying the processes of mobilization in Indian society, provides rich material for an analysis of the political life of a community in change. When the book was first published in 1969, Lloyd Rudolph wrote, `Hardgrave illuminates in Ways hitherto unexplored the processes of social and political change that have so profoundly affected India. I judge his book to be one of the most important and exciting studies in the Indian field in recent years`. With this reissue The Nadars of Tamilnad is again available, and its compelling portrayal of a caste in Transition stands as, one reviewer wrote, `one of the landmarks in South Indian social history`. Contents: 1. The Nadars : Their Condition and Traditional Status 2. Christianity and Change 3. Mythology and Aspiration of a Changing Caste 4. The Six Town Nadars : Sanskritization and Confrontation 5. Association for Uplift : The Nadar Mahajana Sangam 6. Politics and the Sangam 7. Structural Change and Political Behavior 8. Political Sentiment : Five Nadars 9. The Nadars : An Overview Printed Pages: 352. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 45644

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Buchbeschreibung Manohar Publishers & Distributors, 2006. Hardcover. Buchzustand: New. Among the various Communities of-South India, the Nadars have perhaps most clearly evidenced the impact of change over the past 200 years. Considered by high-caste Hindus in the early nineteenth century to be of extremely low status, the Nadars-toddy-tappers, climbers of the palmyra palm-suffered severe social disabilities and were among the most depressed communities in the Tamil country. Because of their sensitive response to social and economic change over the past century and a half, the Nadars have today become one of the most Successful Groups in the South, in both economic and Political terms, and considerable command respect. From among their numbers have come Leaders in business, industry, and the professions; and in politics, Kamaraj, their illustrious son, brought fame to the Caste as Chief Minister of Madras and as President of the Indian National Congress. The Nadars have had a turbulent and colourful history. Their struggle to Rise above their depressed condition assumed dramatic forms in a series of escalating confrontations between the caste and its antagonists. From the breast-cloth controversy through the sack of Sivakasi to the Nadar Mahajana Sangam, the Nadars` rise, exemplifying the processes of mobilization in Indian society, provides rich material for an analysis of the political life of a community in change. When the book was first published in 1969, Lloyd Rudolph wrote, `Hardgrave illuminates in Ways hitherto unexplored the processes of social and political change that have so profoundly affected India. I judge his book to be one of the most important and exciting studies in the Indian field in recent years`. With this reissue The Nadars of Tamilnad is again available, and its compelling portrayal of a caste in Transition stands as, one reviewer wrote, `one of the landmarks in South Indian social history`. Contents: 1. The Nadars : Their Condition and Traditional Status 2. Christianity and Change 3. Mythology and Aspiration of a Changing Caste 4. The Six Town Nadars : Sanskritization and Confrontation 5. Association for Uplift : The Nadar Mahajana Sangam 6. Politics and the Sangam 7. Structural Change and Political Behavior 8. Political Sentiment : Five Nadars 9. The Nadars : An Overview Printed Pages: 352. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 45644

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Buchbeschreibung Manohar, 2006. The Nadars have had a turbulent and colourful history Their efforts to rise above their depressed condition assumed dramatic form in the series of escalating confrontations between the caste and its antagonists From the breast-cloth controversy the sack of Sivakasi to the Nadar Mahajana Sangam the Nadars rise encapsulating the processes of social mobility in Indian society has given rich texture to the analysis of a community in change 352 pp. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 77165

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Buchbeschreibung Manohar Publishers and Distributors. Hardback. Buchzustand: new. BRAND NEW, Nadars of Tamilnadu: The Political Culture of a Community in Change, Robert L. Hardgrave, Among the various communities of south India, the Nadars have perhaps most clearly evidenced the impact of change over the past 200 years. Considered by high-caste Hindus in the early nineteenth century to be of extremely low status, the Nadars -- toddy-tappers, climbers of the palmyra palm -- suffered severe social disabilities and were among the most depressed communities in the Tamil country. Because of their sensitive response to social and economic change over the past century and a half, the Nadars have today become one of the most successful groups in the South, in both economic and political terms, and considerable command respect. From among their numbers have come leaders in business, industry, and the professions; and in politics, Kamaraj, their illustrious son, brought fame to the caste as Chief Minister of Madras and as President of the Indian National Congress. The Nadars have had a turbulent and colourful history. Their struggle to rise above their depressed condition assumed dramatic forms in a series of escalating confrontations between the caste and its antagonists. From the breast-cloth controversy through the sack of Sivakasi to the Nadar Mahajana Sangam, the Nadars' rise, exemplifying the processes of mobilisation in Indian society, provides rich material for an analysis of the political life of a community in change. When the book was first published in 1969, Lloyd Rudolph wrote, 'Hardgrave illuminates in ways hitherto unexplored the processes of social and political change that have so profoundly affected India. I judge his book to be one of the most important and exciting studies in the Indian field in recent years.' With this re-issue. The Nadars of Tamilnad is again available, and its compelling portrayal of a caste in transition stands as, one reviewer wrote. 'one of the landmarks in South Indian social history'. Buchnummer des Verkäufers B9788173047015

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