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A South Indian Sub-Caste book. Paperback, 528 pages. Published November 29th 2001 by Oxford University Press, USA (first published December 18th 1986).

A South Indian Sub-Caste book. Dumont traces the history and distribution of the Pramalai Kallars of south India: their culture, agricultural practices, economic and political organization, and the collective representations embedded in their social organi This is the first English translation of the classic work by Louis Dumont, one of the premier anthropologists and social theorists of his generation.

The Journal of Asian Studies.

French Studies in South Asian Culture and Society, no. 1. Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1986. Gloria Goodwin Raheja (a1). University of Chicago. The Journal of Asian Studies.

Field-work in South India in 1949-50 (Pramalai Kallar sub-caste on the . Une sous-caste de l’Inde du sud. Organisation sociale et religion des Pramalai Kallar. Social organization and religion of the Pramalai Kallar.

Field-work in South India in 1949-50 (Pramalai Kallar sub-caste on the coast of Tamilnadu), then in eastern Uttar Pradesh in 1954 and 1957-58. In 1951-55 Lecturer in Indian Sociology at Oxford, from 1955 directeur d’études at . 461 p. P. & the Hague 1957; English transl. A South Indian subcaste. by M. Moffatt, L. and A. Morton, revised by the author and A. Stern.

A South Indian Sub-caste. Social Organization and Religion of the Pramalai Kallar (Oxford India Paperbacks). Published November 29, 2001 by Oxford University Press, USA.

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Kallar (or Kallan, formerly spelled as Colleries) is one of the three related castes of southern India which constitute the Mukkulathor confederacy. The Kallar, along with the Maravar and Agamudayar, constitute a united social caste on the basis of parallel professions, though their locations and heritages are wholly separate from one another. Their history has included periods of banditry.

This is the first English translation of the classic work by Louis Dumont, one of the premier anthropologists and social theorists of his generation. Dumont traces the history and distribution of the Pramalai Kallars of south India: their culture, agricultural practices, economic and political organization, and the collective representations embedded in their social organization and religion. This work is particularly noteworthy as a structuralist ethnography and as the first step in Dumont's construction of a comprehensive structuralist theory of traditional Indian society.