Marriage in Indian Society (2 Volumes)
The institution of marriage has been regarded as the central feature of all forms of human society with which we are acquainted. It lays down the nucleus of society. It is one of the most important social institutions of not only India but the world also. Its importance is known since the pre-historic times. It evolved and developed with the socio-economic progress of mankind. Socially, it is an announcement of the new relationship. Since it is a demographic event, it has a great impact on social welfare. Needless to say, there are fascinating rituals and customs which are associated with marriage, right from the time of negotiation to the completion of marriage. It is hoped that these volumes would be widely consulted by historians, sociologists, students, etc. in our own country and other parts of the world.
Usha Sharma (b. 1951) after obtaining post-graduation degree in English Literature from Panjab University opted for the teaching profession in 1976. She has a long teaching experience and has attended many educational seminars and workshops. She has to her credit a number of publications including Kashmir through the Ages. Women’s Education in India, Rajasthan through the Ages. Development of Child in India, Cultural and Religious Heritage of India.
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