This is an important and innovative book because it gives the
analysis of violence, past and present, an important place in the
sociology of India. It is also a strong, if mostly implicit,
critique of Dumont's theory of cast, in which violence has no
significant place. Trained as an anthropologist, the author
distances himself from the accepted concepts in Indian sociology,
and offers a different view of society in India.
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