A Punjabi Village in Pakistan

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword ix
  • Preface xi
  • Contents xxiii
  • Illustrations xxv
  • Prologue - The Wider Setting 1
  • Part I - The Village of Mohla 9
  • I - The Village 11
  • II - The Compound 23
  • III - The Village Castes 28
  • IV - Land and Prestige 42
  • V - The Farmer's Calendar 50
  • VI - The Village in Winter 56
  • VII - The Calendar of Religion 66
  • VIII - The Family and the Kin Group 74
  • IX - Parents and Children: the Years of "Untying the Knots" 87
  • Part II - Vartan Bhanji 103
  • X - The Meaning of Vartan Bhanji 105
  • XI - The Daughter's Role 108
  • XII - The Groups Involved 116
  • XIII - The Rules 122
  • XIV - Establishing Relationships 134
  • XV - Women's Role and Men's Role 138
  • XVI - At a Marriage 143
  • XVII - The Focus of Giving 173
  • Epilogue - Mohla in a Changing World, 1949-1955 178
  • Appendix I - Seyp: Work and Payments 200
  • Appendix II - The Farmer's Round of Activities 203
  • Appendix III - Vehi: the Family Register 205
  • Appendix IV - Intermarriage among Kin 207
  • Appendix V - Main Ceremonies Connected with Marriage 210
  • Glossary 222
  • Bibliography 229
  • Index 231
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