There are many different caste systems in India. This is one of the largest caste systems in the country.
Basit caste is not schedule caste, so to remove its identity as schedule caste they are now called vashisht rajput.
I am north Indian Ramanandi Vaishnava Brahmin, I want to know the gotra of entire Vaishnav Brahmins.
Yes Hindus are very much particular about their caste still today although due to globalization it has not been considered imp in some big cities of the country but still the majority of Hindus go with their caste and there is no marriage or relation is allowed outside the caste
The untouchables are the lowest in the caste.
Jati is a caste.
It is a scheduled caste name, from the Chambhar community. Chambhars are shoemakers/tanners, a subgroup of the larger Dhangar community that can be considered "shudras".
Goon caste is very high class. They are after the Brahmin Caste.
What caste is sharan
it is a caste of jatt clan
Screw the caste system, its a bunch of BS. In this world, its how much you make that matters the most.
The Caste System was not created by a specific person. It grew and developed over time. Different caste systems developed in different places. Perhaps the most well known now is the Caste System of India, but Europe, other parts of Asia, and the Americas have had caste systems at various times in history.
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If we are talking ancient history you may mean Brahmin, or the highest hindu caste.
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