Essay on the role of social stratification in traditional Indian society. The glimpse of the cultures of the world reveals that no society is ‘classless’, that is, unstratified.
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Caste System plays a very important role in traditional India. It has certain merits. Following are the important functions of Caste System in traditional India.
The glimpse of the cultures of the world reveals that no society is ‘classless’, that is, unstratified. All the known established societies of the world are stratified in one way or the other.
The traditional methods of filing used in small offices are: Guard Book—In this book letters and documents are held together by a metal holder or these are pasted in the bound book in chronological order.
The differences between traditional stove and smokeless stove are it consumes less fuel because it is also designed that sufficient supply of air and hence combustion of fuel takes place almost completely whereas the latter consumes more fuel because in it, fuel does not burn properly due to insufficient supply of air.