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Published by Impression Publication in Patna .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Bihar (India)

Subjects:

  • Kayasthas -- History.,
  • Bihar (India) -- History.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes index.

Other titlesB.P. Sinha"s Kayasthas in making of modern Bihar
StatementB.P. Sinha.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDS432.K29 S55 2003
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 337 p. ;
Number of Pages337
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3334916M
LC Control Number2004325123

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Bihar History is very important section and many questions are asked from this section in various Bihar exams. We have been posting various articles under series of Bihar Special. Now to provide all material at gradeup on Bihar History at one place we are providing Bihar History PDF, which will assist you in your revision and ace the upcoming.   Immediately post Independence, caste groups such as the Kayasthas, Brahmins, Bhumihars and Kshatriyas, which together constitute 20% of Bihar. Kayastha is a caste that in all practical terms came into existence during the medieval period of Indian history. Hindus serving under Delhi sultanate and Mughals were collectively identified as Kayasthas. This was considering non-cooperation of Brahmins Vaishyas and Kshatriyas with the newly established Muslim rule. Kayasthas worship Shree Chitragupta ji and on Bhai-Dooj, they celebrate Kalam-Dawaat Pooja (pen, ink-pot and sword worship), a ritual in which pens, papers and books are worshipped. This is the day when Shree Chitraguptji was created by Lord Bramha and Yamaraj got relieved of His duties and used this leave to visit His sister Devi Yamuna; hence.

Kayastha (also referred to as Kayasth or Kayeth) denotes a cluster of disparate communities broadly categorised by the regions of India in which they were traditionally located—the Chitraguptavanshi Kayasthas of North India, the Chandraseniya Kayastha Prabhus of Maharashtra and the Bengali Kayasthas of specialised as scribes, keepers of public records and accounts, and.   to Tihar:My political Journey Kanhaiya Kumar,3 Oct Or Misruled: Story and Destiny of Bihar Santosh Singh, Breakthrough: The Turnaround of a Beleaguered State Rajesh Chakrabarti, Kumar and the Rise.   29 See Sinha, B., Kayasthas in the making of Modern Bihar (Patna: Impression Publication, ) Google Scholar, for late nineteenth century debates over the djiva status of Kayasthas, which saw the Calcutta High Court rule that Kayasthas were of Shudra origin, whilst the Allahabad High Court in ruled them to be dvija. As with the Rajputs, Kayasthas and other high castes of Bihar — and as opposed to the methods used by most lower castes — neither the Mahasabha nor any other formal body exercised power to make and enforce caste rules. The Bhumihar Brahmin Mahasabha held annual sessions in different parts of present-day Uttar Pradesh and Bihar.