Economic Inequality based on Caste in Modern India

In modern times, the whole world is divided into different subjects. In this, Indian economic inequality is divided into different sections of tradition. They are poor-rich, unequal distribution of income, caste, religion, gender, etc. Is divided on the basis of. In this, caste-based inequality is detrimental to Indian economic development. Caste was created in Indian society as a system of income and distribution in the society. Caste is omnipresently governed by different and peculiar traditional rules and norms. Therefore, it can be said that in a caste-based economy, business and property rights are inherited as well as hereditary, and each caste is forced to keep them the same. All the castes in India are based on this socialization. Although conversion is possible in India, caste cannot be changed under any circumstances. A person who is born in the same caste dies in the same caste. In India, it is called caste discrimination that creates castes at this social level. In the literature of modern economics, the concept of exclusion and economic discrimination is considered to be related to race, caste, or gender.

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Creator Bagde, RAKSHIT Madan (Late. Mansaramji Padole Arts College, Ganeshpur Bhandara)
Publisher IPRA, Nagpur
Contributor Bagde, RAKSHIT Madan; Dr. Rakshit Madan Bagde (Late. Mansaramji Padole Arts College, Ganeshpur Bhandara)
Publication Year 2021
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Discipline Economics; Humanities; Social and Behavioural Sciences
Spatial Coverage India