Caste as a social phenomenon has undergone many changes. The most important
operative unit that has exemplified caste in its discourse is subcaste ( jati)
identity. Both within India and certainly in the diaspora, there is now increasing
evidence of the dissolution of subcaste ( jati) identities giving rise to various
other formations of groups replacing the endogamous relationships with other
arbitrary group formations. In this article, I examine some evidence from South
Africa, the West Indies and the UK to analyse how caste has transformed in
these places and what it means for a discourse on caste that is historically rooted
in subcaste identity.
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Penumala, Pratap. "Place of subcaste" Afribary.com (2019). Accessed April 21, 2019. https://afribary.com/works/place-of-subcaste