INDOLOGY GS GHURYE PDF

Read about Indological Approach of Study of Modernization of Indian Tradition. Guide to Sociology Students. G. S. Ghurye and the Politics of Sociological Knowledge Naicker .. significance to a grand Indological conception of sacred, and indeed sacerdotal, values. scholars are like B.K. Sarkar, G.S. Ghurye, R.K. Mukherjee, K.M. Kapadia, Irawati Ghurye’s Indological Approach hovers around the study of Indian Culture.

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Indological persepective claims to understand Indian society through the concepts,theories and frameworks that are closely related with indian civilisation. His study came when majority anthropologist claimed that separate identity of tribes be maintained. He draws parallel between caste and tribe and calls tribals as backward. Period of Dharmasastras- summed up in manner at the outset and in the Vishnu purana at the end. Social Reforms in Colonial rule.

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Agrarian Social Structure 2. Ghurye points out that caste was considered as central to organized form of division of labour in Aryan society. R Rivers who was his PhD guide. Madan, replacing Dumont and Pocock. It dependent on inter-disciplinary work like methods of philology its origin and needs demonstrate, the incorporation of art history, archeology, philosophy, folklore, anthropology and even economics and law.

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They have contributed tremendously for the development of the society and from their contribution there was the evolving of Indological Perspective. According to Ghurye hierarchy becomes the major consideration for deciding all these aforesaid variables.

It generates social grouping but not labelling. Geographical Spread of Tribes. Hence, it is a subject of sociological interest. Indllogy explains caste in India on the basis of six distinctive characteristics: Some rules have been imposed upon all caste people. The following three editions recast to deal with additional aspects of the subject matter, appeared inand respectively.

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Therefore they were also called as the Indologist. And Sociological approach gives more importance to the empirical structure in the field than to the culture framework of Indian civilization. Ghurye considers it as unfortunate that caste system is mostly understood in terms indokogy Brahminic domination.

Monthly E-magazine Current affairs Digest. In modern times he talks about status of caste, he saw formation of caste associations as spreading of caste consciousness and he referred to it as.

Hierarchy determines caste norms. He was the professor of sociology at Mumbai University in as the second person to head the department of sociology.

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Indological Approach of

Indology by G S Ghurye. Ghurye studies caste system from a historical, comparative and integrative perspective; later he did comparative study for kinship in Indo- European cultures. With advancement of society work got divided based on interest. These chapters largely descriptive and consider caste as it was in the s. He made use of the literature of modern writers like Bankimchandra Chatterjee as well. Thus, the metropolitan economy emerged to dominate the village ghhrye.

His Book Caste and Race in India – gives theory of origin of caste and caste patriotism.

During colonial times, the growth of metropolitan centres altered the Indian life. The orientalists took a textual view of India offering a picture of its society as being static, timeless and space less. Learner, Optimist, Art enthusiast The studies based on texts have been conducted by many scholars, such as, BernettImdologyFruzzetti and OslorInden and NicholasKhare, Murray, MarriottPocockEckGillDas and Nandi etc.