intercaste

intercaste

(ˌɪntəˈkɑːst)
adj
involving, or occurring between, people of two or more castes
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While not an outright intercommunal marriage like that (with Tagore converting and taking the name Aisha), it was an intercaste marriage .
Among the stories Saldon reported during our collaboration were a heartwarming tale of two intercaste women opening a tailoring shop in an old market, a piece about the feminist struggles of a local woman hailing from a royal lineage, and a photo essay on a women-run market in Kargil.
Cross class and Due to shortage of [1] cross caste females, intercaste marriages marriages are encouraged in India.
Intercaste, intercolony, and temporal variation in cuticular hydrocarbons of Coptotermes formosanus Shiraki (Isoptera: Rhinotermitidae).
Part two references the "five goals that we believed were necessary --five tasks to be accomplished before freedom could become now": 1) understanding the Out Class, 2] understanding the Intercaste, 3) outlining a program for the nation, 4) adopting a new method, and 5) commitment to go the whole way.
They are all intended to be distinct gene pools, with intercaste marriage frowned upon.
This has been apparent in Hindu-Muslim riots as well as in intercaste conflict.
Only intercaste marriages can break the back of the obnoxious caste system in India.
Interracial marriages were once as unthinkable in the United States as intercaste marriages are today in India.
The available empirical research on Indian marriage practices indicates that intercaste marriages are nearly nonexistent (Anderson 2003; Chowdhry 2004; Deolalikar and Rao 1998; Driver 1987; Jauregui and McGuinness 2003; Munshi and Rosenzweig 2009; Reddy and Rajanna 1984).
Attractive physical features complement the traditionally determined match which while being endogamous with regard to caste, can also be hypergamous in the case of an intercaste marriage.
However, Muttalaku departs from the caste associations in offering a vision of egalitarian conjugality that reflects the central assumptions of the Serf Respect movement: "Not only are we not opposed to widow marriage, remarriage, and intercaste marriage (kalappu manam), but in fact we heartily welcome these three kinds of marriage.