VADDARS OF DHARWAD: A SOCIOLOGICAL STUDY

Mr. Murali Nagalavi

Abstract


The aim this study is to describe the socio, economic, cultural organization of vaddar community ( bhovi). The study analysis the changes took place over the last 100 years their traditiona institution, customs, beliefs and value system,. Some of sociologist like Bailey (1958) Epsten (1962) Gouch (1952) and shrp (1952) have given their opinion on changes. The complex relation exists in socio economic, cultural aspects of society. I have discussed this relationship in two ways the one is on the base of frame work of socio economic cultural motives and another is socio cultural contexts and vaddars way of beliefs. The study has different views. It is not only a study has different views, it is not only a study of traditional socio, economic and cultural anthropology. ( malinowaski 1922,1944 for 1934,: Radcliff brown 1964, firth 1946 1959 and Tx 1953) the goal of this study is to acquire knowledge of socio economic and cultural life of society. And also it gives potential plans to economic and cultural development of society. The changes which took place in vaddar community should be the in separation to other back ward communities.


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