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Castes and Tribes of Southern India

Marakkayars are described, in the Madras Census Report, , as "a Tamil-speaking Musalman tribe of. They are particularly numerous in Porto Novo. The word Marakkayaris. In answer they pointed to their boats, and. There is, of course, no religious bar to intermarriages between these different sub-divisions, but such unions are rare, and are usually only broughtoffer of. The Labbais also very generally wear these, and so are not always readily distinguishable from the Marakkayars, but some of them use the Hindu turban and waist-cloth, and let their womankind dress almost exactly like Hindu women.

Musalman faith. The interest of the majorityof the. Stories are told of the. The latter died and was duly buried, and not long after the saint died also. The disciple had always asked to be buried at the feet of his master, and so the grave of this latter was so placed that his feet were opposite the headV-I B. And, Mr. Francis says that in the Gazetteer of South Arcot, "the term Jonagan or Sonagan, meaning a native oftraders of partly.

During the reading of the kudbha, a sister ofis. Log in Get Started. If you can't read please download the document. TAGS: southern volume hindu women madras government museum tribesof southern india s castes musalman tribe of mixed hindu turban word markab.

Download for free Report this document. Embed Size px x x x x Madras Government Museum. Francis writes as follows. The word Marakkayaris usually derived from the Arabic markab, a boat. The story goes that, when the first immigrants of this were driven from their own country by persecutions landed on the Indian shore, they were naturally asked who they were, and whencethey came.

There is, of course, no religious bar to intermarriages between these different sub-divisions, but such unions are rare, and are usually only broughtoffer of about by the strong financial inducements to the socially superior party. Generally speaking, the pure- bred Musalmans differ from those of mixed descent bytheir dressing themselves and women in theat strict Musalman fashion, and by speaking Hindustani among themselves.

Some of the Marakkayarsof home are now following their example in both these matters, but most high hat of plaited coloured grass and kambayam waist-cloth. There seemsof to be a growing dislike to the introductiondomestic ceremonies, and the proces- Hindu rites into sions and music, which were once common at marriages,in are slowly giving place to a simpler ritual more resem- blance with the nikka ceremony of the Musalman faith.

The interest of the majorityof the inhabitants centres in matters connected withtheir living the sea. Stories are told of the way in which the valuablefailed to obtain her offerings of richfavour, men have altogether and have had to be replaced by others of the regulation diminutive dimensions.

The chief mosque is Behind it are two tombs, which stand at anparallel as odd angle with one another, instead of beingusual. The legend goes was a great saint called even more devout disciple called Saiyad Shah.

The disciple had always asked to be buried at the feet of his master, and so the grave of this latter was so placed that his feet were opposite the headV-I B upon a time there Hafiz Mir Sahib, who had anthat once marakkAyarof his late pupil. Francis says that in the Gazetteer of South Arcot, "the term Jonagan or Sonagan, meaning a native oftraders of partly Musalman Hindu parentage. The Marakkayarsvarious are said to admit converts from Hindu classes, who are called Pulukkais, andfor may not intermarry with the Marakkayars several generations, or until they have become prosperous.

The most important itemsin on the first day are fixing the mehr bride-price rite the presence of the vakils representatives , and the per- formance of the nikka by the Kazi. The nikka and the hands of the contracting couple are united by male elders, the bride standing within a screen. All the women called kulavi-idal. On the following day, the coupleties among women, and the bridegroomon thebride's a goldenfourth tali neck. Onis the third or day a ceremony called paparakkolam, or performed.

The bride Brahman disguise, is dresse.

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Download als PDF-Datei. In the first chapter the researcher has brought out the general-local geographical, social, cultural, and socio-economic background of Bagepalli Taluk and how Banjara people were placed in this area. This chapter has focused on the descriptive history of Banjara, their culture, religious practices, social-cultural and political Thanda governance, their geographical spread and. Banjara history which traces back to ancient times to pre-Indus river civilization was buried and not known to the world as no written documents written. Their history was unearthed by using fables and fictions, stories, songs, memories, census reports, and ethnographic writings, travelogues, interviews, questionnaire and other local sources are used to construct their history. Therefore in this chapter by using various available accounts the researcher has dealt with the historicity of Banjara and thereby providing a way to the future investigation. The Banjara tribe comes under the family of Indo-Aryan race speaking a language similar to that of Sanskrit and Hindi.

From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. Edgar Thurston K. Media in category "Castes and Tribes of Southern India" The following 87 files are in this category, out of 87 total. A Thiyya family in s. Agamudaiyans, madura district.


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Castes & Tribes of Southern India - Volume 5 (Marakkayar-Palle)

Marakkayars are described, in the Madras Census Report, , as "a Tamil-speaking Musalman tribe of. They are particularly numerous in Porto Novo. The word Marakkayaris. In answer they pointed to their boats, and.

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