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"Bridging Boundaries: Love and Inter-Caste Marriages in the Indian Subcontinent" is an insightful exploration of the intricate dynamics surrounding love and inter-caste marriages in the Indian context. Through its comprehensive chapters, this book delves into various aspects of this complex phenomenon. It starts with an introduction to love and inter-caste marriages, followed by a historical perspective that traces the evolution of marriage patterns in the Indian Subcontinent. The book then delves into sociocultural factors that influence these marriages, offering a comparative analysis between love and arranged marriages. It examines how inter-caste marriages break barriers and challenge social norms, reshaping social hierarchies and the caste system.
The legal aspects, socioeconomic implications, and family dynamics are thoroughly examined, shedding light on the challenges and transformations within these marriages. The book also addresses the issues of honor killings, violence, and the impact on gender roles and equality. It explores the generation gap and the contrasting attitudes towards love and inter-caste marriages in urban and rural settings. Additionally, the book analyzes the media's portrayal and influence on these marriages and concludes by discussing future trends and prospects for love and inter-caste marriages in the Indian Subcontinent.
Overall, "Bridging Boundaries" provides a comprehensive and thought-provoking account of the complexities surrounding love and inter-caste marriages in the region, offering valuable insights for scholars, researchers, and individuals interested in understanding and promoting inclusivity and social change.