Read about Indological Approach of Study of Modernization of Indian Tradition. Guide to Sociology Students. G. S. Ghurye and the Politics of Sociological Knowledge Naicker .. significance to a grand Indological conception of sacred, and indeed sacerdotal, values. scholars are like B.K. Sarkar, G.S. Ghurye, R.K. Mukherjee, K.M. Kapadia, Irawati Ghurye’s Indological Approach hovers around the study of Indian Culture.

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Indological or Textual Perspective of Sociology – Explained

British followed forest policy that brought huge hardship to tribes. Here Modernisation of Tradition replaces culture. Caste among other religions.

They have contributed tremendously for the development of the society and from their contribution there was the evolving of Indological Perspective. Social classes in India. But whether these people are called Aryan is a just ordinary migrant or may be of imagination.

Indian society was seen as a set of rules, which every Hindu followed Cohn and Singer, Caste, Sub- caste and kin 3. Unknown December 9, at Order are aspects like caste, religion village, tribe and urbanisation.

Indological or Textual Perspective of Sociology – Explained

He called them backward Hindus and differentiated them as o Hinduised tribes o Partially Hinduised tribes o Hill Section Their backwardness he hhurye was due to imperfect integration into Hindu Society. So in many rural areas, one part of a village started functioning into a market. Agrarian social structure continued. His works were like- 1.


Ghurye views ghruye urban planner must tackle the problems of sufficient supply of drinking water, human congestion, traffic congestion, regulation of public vehicles, insufficiency of railway transport in cities, erosion of trees, sound pollution, indiscriminate tree felling and plight of the pedestrians.

During colonial times, the growth of metropolitan centres altered the Indian life. A casteless society or a plural society? Modernisation of Indian Tradition. His own substantive writings, his theoretical postulates, his vision of the role of sociology.

Indologists analyse social phenomena by interpreting the classical texts. Lack of unrestricted choice of occupation: He shaped the study of sociology from there on; he also founded the Indian Sociological society in and established in and he remained its president for 15 years, then he too circulated some indlogy like Sociological Bulletin and sociological journal.

Restriction on food, drinks and social intercourse: The use of the Indological approach during the early formative years of Indian sociology and social anthropology is seen in the works of S. Same occupation different localized names Gujjar in Rajasthan, Yadav in UP and Gauda in Odisha all tend to cattle Caste concept has undergone dilution and diffusion over time. They have tremendously enriched the field of Indian sociology. The caste system originated as an endogamous institutions as indologg Indo- Aryan Brahmines attempted to maintain their purity by keeping themselves apart from the local population.


People can marry within caste only. Caste and politics in Tamil Nadu 5. All of them have based their studies on rich cultural tradition of India and the principle that govern India and out laws of Hindu.

Indological Approach of G.S.Ghurye

He considered urban areas as cradle of innovation. Sociological approaches deals guhrye societal activities it can be any kind of institutions family: Tribes Integration and Autonomy 2.

Untouchability forms and perspectives. None of the various techniques can, by itself, lead to any valid conclusion about ancient India; combined empirical operations are indispensable Siddiqi, Ghurye, Louis Dumont, K. Idea of Indian Village.