The Descent Group System of the Raj Gonds

@article{FrerHaimendorf1956TheDG,
  title={The Descent Group System of the Raj Gonds},
  author={Christoph von F{\"u}rer-Haimendorf},
  journal={Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies},
  year={1956},
  volume={18},
  pages={499 - 511}
}
The horizontal division of Indian societies into hierarchically ranked castes and sub-castes has been the subject of a considerable literature, and recent anthropological studies of individual villages have largely concentrated on analysing the function and interrelation of such caste groups. The internal organization or vertical divisions of endogamous castes have, on the other hand, received little attention, though the work of Louis Dumont in Tamilnad, of Kathleen Gough in Malabar, and of… 
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