Caste in Modern Ceylon. The Sinhalese System in Transition.

@article{Hutton1953CasteIM,
  title={Caste in Modern Ceylon. The Sinhalese System in Transition.},
  author={James H. Hutton and Bryce. Ryan},
  journal={Journal of the American Oriental Society},
  year={1953},
  volume={26},
  pages={377}
}
  • J. Hutton, B. Ryan
  • Published 1 December 1953
  • Economics
  • Journal of the American Oriental Society
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