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[Display of caste in public life is a sin-Observance of caste traditions in religious life is a boon]1.Introduction: Hinduism is a belief, not a religion.Hinduismdefined four Varnas to classify the section of people, todenotetheir nature of lively-hood duties. The four Varnas are,Brahmana,Kshathriya, Vysya and Sudra. The main duties of Brahmanasareprotecting and propagating Hindu Dharma, Kshathriyas are torulethe kingdoms to protect the people, Vysayas are to do businessandcultivation, and Sudras to do supportive duties to thegeneralpublic. These were the kind of duties strictly followed inHinduismin puranic “Bharata”. The history presents to us, thatthere aremajor migrations of people from one place to another,following theexpeditions of their Kings or due to naturalcalamities orpolitical conditions. The same history also revealsthat, themigrated Kings and then people could not fit themselves inthetraditional classification of Hindu society. This resultedinfurther classification of “Varnas” into “Jati” known as caste.Asper Oxford Dictionary, “Caste” is defined as “each ofhereditaryclasses of Hindu Society”. The Word “Caste” is originatedformSpanish or Portuguese “Casta”, which means “lineage” or“breed”.The Word Caste also means-Class, Degree, Grade, Level,Position,Rank, Status and Stratus. When the Aryans arrived inIndia, theyintroduced four terms, “Halika-Cultivator, Sethi-Merchant,Kolika-Weaver and Gadhika-Druggist”. Hence, prior to theera ofChrist and soon after that, Hinduism is the only conceptruling inIndian sub-continent. Then came the Islam and Buddhism.These twomajor “Dharmas” significantly changed the social structureofIndian society. At the same time, frequent changes of kings(orrulers) in every pockets of India also triggered the dilutionofmono-society into multi-pronged society. Hence, the system ofSuryaVamsa and Chandra Vamsa, further split into sub-groups, basedonVarna or Gotra. Further, to “Gotra”, the culture of “Surnames”alsocreeped into Indian society making sizable and multiple groupsevenin villages. This kind of splitting of Varna into Jati, JatiintoCaste, and Caste into Sub-Caste, adoption of Islam,Buddhism,Jainism and finally Christianity resulted in the socialconcept of“Unity of Diversity” by the cause of Indian Freedomstruggle.However, in my opinion, the British in-a-way helpedintegration ofdiversified and fractured Indian society into asystematic society,because of strong and peaceful freedom strugglelead by theleaders. Prior to this, even British are also trappedinto thelocalized concept by way of introducing “Zamindari System”.Thishappened as they initially entered the Country as “EastIndiaCompany” for doing business, and ultimately lead to lootingofvaluable natural resources of India. During this time, theyareforced to recognize and trade with localized “so called rulers”whoare already struggling for their existence during “French Rule”asNorthern Circars. Prior to British Rule the French controlledmajorpart of “Andhra Desa” in the name of Northern Circarsater,Britishintroduced “Presidency” like “Madras Presidency” for entireSouthIndia. These kind of multiple socio-political conditionsimposedupon Indian society, which is basically an agrarianbasedcollection of small Kingdoms, gradually changed it intoanindustrial entity. After the introduction of “Legislative”rulingin the Indian sub-continent, the British made it mandatory togetofficial approval for “Caste identification”, which isbeingcontinued in the present Independent India. Though the Britishused“Castes” for identifying different classes of people inthesociety, for extending some administrative benefits tothedown-trodden, the same caste is know being used in all walksoflife, which is not good for 21st Century Indian Society. Inthefollowing section, the evolution of “Gavara” caste ispresented,for the benefit of knowing th

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