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Ekthariya Chhetris of Nepal

Balendra B. Katwal

Ekthariya Chhetris of Nepal

by Balendra B. Katwal

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Published by Ekthariya Research Centre in Biratnagar, Nepal .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Nepal.
    • Subjects:
    • Ekthariya Chhetris.,
    • Caste -- Nepal.

    • About the Edition

      On a caste of Nepal.

      Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 25-31).

      StatementBalendra B. Katwal.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS493.9.E47 K38 1998
      The Physical Object
      Pagination33 p. ;
      Number of Pages33
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL506948M
      LC Control Number98904529

      The Nepalese caste system the traditional system of social stratification of caste system defines social classes by a number of hierarchical endogamous groups often termed as custom was previously only prevalent in the societies of the Khas, Newār, Madhesi.. Since the unification of Nepal in the 18th century, Nepal's various indigenous tribes have been incorporated within.   - Buy Cities, Towns and Villages in Sunsari District: Dharan, Nepal book online at best prices in India on Read Cities, Towns and Villages in Sunsari District: Dharan, Nepal book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified : Paperback.

      Prithivi Narayan Shah is now a controversial figure. While the ruling class views him as the father of the modern nation, the marginalized communities believe he was an emperor. For the dominant Bahuns and Chhetris, Shah's military campaign was a process of unification. But for the excluded Adivasi Janajatis and Madhesis, it was a form of colonization. rank to the Bahuns (Brahmans) and the Chhetris and Thakuris (Kshatriya). Both of these were classified as tagedhari, or ‘wearers of the sacred thread’ signifying their status as ‘twice-born’ or those initiated into the sacred Hindu texts. Table Nepal Social Hierarchy, Hierarchy Habitat Belief/religion A) WATER ACCEPTABLE (PURE).

      The 'Purbiya' Brahmans derive from the eastern part of Nepal and are found scattered across the country with a greater concentration in the eastern part of Nepal and Kathmandu. Chhetris and Thakuris Chhetris and Thakuris are traditionally rulers, leaders and warriors. The Brahmans are their teachers and family priests. They are orthodox Hindus. Mahat (Nepali: महत) is an Ekthariya (single-clan) Chhetri surname among Nepalese, of Khasa heritage. The name may have originated when one of the Jumli Malla kings in medieval times made his younger brother, Dharma Malla, chief of staff in the army.


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The most prominent feature of Nepalese Chhetri society has been the ruling Shah dynasty (–), the Rana Prime Ministers (–), Pande family, Thapa family, Basnyat family.

that marginalized the monarchy, and the Chhetri presence in the armed forces, police, and Government of traditional and administrative professions, Chhetris were given favorable treatment by the Nepal India: 4, (% of Nepal; ). Additional Physical Format: Online version: Katwal, Balendra B., Ekthariya Chhetris of Nepal.

Biratnagar, Nepal: Ekthariya Research Centre, Books about Chhetri: Harkajang Singh Chhetri (Nepali) by Lakshman Srimal () The Ekthariya Chhetris of Nepal by Balendra B. Katwal () Wiki information Chhetri: Chhetri Ethnicity. Chhetri or Chhettri, synonymous with Kshetri and Khatri are all derivatives of Kshatriya, the warrior and ruler caste group or varna of Hinduism.

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Brahmans and Chhetris are found throughout Nepal. Those living in the Terai (the low, level strip in the southern part of the country) are much like their counterparts across the border in northern India.

This article describes those who inhabit the middle hills of Nepal. Here the climate of their villages depends primarily on elevation, which. Kshatriyas Of Nepal ; An Inquest For True Identity The word "Chhetri" is actually a corruption of the word "Kshatriya", meaning warriors and rulers.

In ancient time they were also known as Khas (Chhetris and Thakuris). I have to reiterate this already known definition, just to make my article understandable.

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5 Only Nepali books published during last decade, those before not included. About the Book A rich and fascinating ethnography of domestic architecture and activities among the high caste chhetris of Kholagaun in Nepal, this book focuses on the spatial organization, everyday activites and ritual performances that generate and display Chhetri houses as ‘mandalas’, sacred diagrams that are both maps of the cosmos and machines for revelation.

Katwal Kshatri, Katwal Ekthariya Katowal, Katawal, Katuwal, Katwal (Nepali: कटवाल) is a surname used in Nepal and Kumaon region of Uttarakhand. They belong to Ekthariya [note 1] Chhetri subcaste that is widely accepted to be of patrilineal Rajput origin from present day India, [1] which is in contrast to Bahuthariya (multiple.

Book Description. A rich and fascinating ethnography of domestic architecture and activities among the high caste Chhetris of Kholagaun in Nepal, this book focuses on the spatial organization, everyday activities and ritual performances that generate and display Chhetri houses as 'mandalas', sacred diagrams that are both maps of the cosmos and machines for revelation.

A rich and fascinating ethnography of domestic architecture and activities among the high caste Chhetris of Kholagaun in Nepal, this book focuses on the spatial organization, everyday activities and ritual performances that generate and display Chhetri hoReviews: 1.

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Brahmins and Chhetris are of different types in Nepal, Terai Brahmins and Chhetris(who call themselves Rajputs) and hill Brahmins(Bahuns) and Chhetris.

The Terai Brahmins and Chhetris. Thapa (Nepali: थापा; IAST:Thāpā) is a family name or surname used by Nepalese belonging to both Magar caste within Khas people of Indo-Aryan group and Magar caste of Sino-Tibetan group.

Kshetri/Chhetri Thapas are addressed as Thapa Kajis or elite Thapas while Thapa Magars are addressed as general Thapa Magars or Thapas in Nepal. Rayamajhi (Nepali: रायमाझी) is a Rajput-Chhetri family name. Rayamajhis belong to Ekthariya Chhetri subcaste that is widely accepted to be of patrilineal Rajput origin from present day India, which is in contrast to Bahuthariya (multiple clan) Chhetri subcaste which is of patrilineal Khas origin.

Most of the people from this surname reside in Nepal and India. A rich and fascinating ethnography of domestic architecture and activities among the high caste Chhetris of Kholagaun in Nepal, this book focuses on the spatial organization, everyday activities and ritual performances that generate and display Chhetri houses as 'mandalas', sacred diagrams that are both maps of the cosmos and machines for revelation.

Nepal - Nepal - History: Nepal’s rich prehistory consists mainly of the legendary traditions of the Newar, the indigenous community of Nepal Valley (now usually called Kathmandu Valley). There are usually both Buddhist and Brahmanic Hindu versions of these various legends.

Both versions are accepted indiscriminately in the festivals associated with legendary events, a tribute to the.Chhetris, who look like the Brahmins also have an Indo-Aryan origin, have been traditionally classified as warriors and administrators.

They are recognized for their bravery and administrative skills. Today, they are proportionately distributed in almost all the parts of Nepal.Chhetris, Bahnus, Gurungs, and Magars usually perform this dance.

The Chhetris and Bahuns play Chutki to Khaijadi’s rhythmic beats. Madal is used by the Gurungs and Magars. With full body speed and movement, this dance is performed. Karua. Kaura dance is performed by the people of Magars and Tamangs caste in groups.