Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

caste system in pakistan

caste system in pakistan

  • Be the first to comment

caste system in pakistan

  1. 1. CASTE & PEOPLE PSYCHE
  2. 2. Group members Faiza Jamil Hina Mazhar Anam Rafique Noor-ul-Ain Iram Shahzadi Uzma Batool Naila Rafique
  3. 3. DISCLAIMER The purpose of this presentation is Not to hurt any body just for awareness
  4. 4. Contents Why we choose this topic Introduction Different castes Discrimination in caste system Comparison
  5. 5. Why we choose this topic
  6. 6. Caste The word caste is derived from the Portuguese casta meaning lineage, breed, or race.
  7. 7. Introduction • A caste system is a type of social classification which divides people on the basis of inherited social status. • Although many societies could be described in this way, within a caste system, people are rigidly expected to marry and interact with people of the same social class
  8. 8. Hina
  9. 9. Different castes 1. Butt 2. Rajpot 3. Jutt 4. Sheikh 5. Mughal 6. Qureshi 7. Mehar 8. Gujjar
  10. 10. Butt: food lovers (Kashmiri surname) is a common surname used in Kashmir Valley. In Pakistani Punjab, the local Punjabis use "Butt" as a collective term
  11. 11. Titles Dar Lone Mir Malik Wain or Wani Khawaja
  12. 12. People psyche about butt Arrogant Pride Beautiful Healthy Food lovers
  13. 13. Rajput:the princes Rajputs ("son of king") are a prominent social group of India,Pakistan and Nepal. They claim descent from the ancient royal warrior dynasties of india and have roots to Rajputana, which is a part Rajisthan.
  14. 14. Titles Rana Chuhan Sulehria Bhati Manj Rathore
  15. 15. Rajputs psyche about their caste:
  16. 16. Titles Rana Chuhan Sulehria Bhati Manj
  17. 17. People psyche about rajput Courage loyalty, self sufficiency, physical strength, resilience, orderliness, hard working, fighting tenacity and military strategy. Martial Race
  18. 18. Anam
  19. 19. Jutt The Jutt people are a traditionally agricultural community in Northern India and Pakistan
  20. 20. • The history depicts the Jats as a brave, courageous and loyal caste • Mostly settled in rural areas
  21. 21. Surnames/ titles Bajwa Kahlown Alokh Goraya Cheema  Chathas Sahi
  22. 22. People psyche JATT zaat is the one you want to avoid marrying into if you want peace and tranquility within your household. love to argue land owners ready to fight biased toward their caste brothers
  23. 23. jatittude.pptx
  24. 24. Sheikh: trade people • Sheikh is an Arabic word meaning elder of a tribe, lord, Honorable or Islamic scholar. • generally attributed to Muslim trading families. • Mostly came from persia (Iran),Central asia Turkic tribes and Arabs.
  25. 25. People psyche • Business people • Conscious about their image • Cooperative to their relatives • A little bit penny pincher • Marry in their own relatives or caste
  26. 26. Noor
  27. 27. Mughal • The Mughal (Mistry) -Mughal dynasty that ruled India. • During the fall of the Mughal empire most of the Mughals that survived were • Forced to flee, • Leaving their land and wealth behind.
  28. 28. • With their love for Architecture, they took to work as builders (Mistry). Others took to metal work (Lohar) and Carpentry (Tarkhan)
  29. 29. Qureshi Origin The name signifies ancestry from the Quraish, the Arab tribe that Prophet Muhammad belonged to.
  30. 30. Quraishis in South Asia The name/term Quraishi signifies Arab ancestry in South Asia. Quraishi is a multiethnic community in South Asia, spread across Pakistan, India and Bangladesh.
  31. 31. A Muslim family name, originating from the Quraysh tribe, which was the noblest tribe in Mecca around the time of the birth of Muhammad.[2] At the time of Muhammad’s birth, his grandfather Abdul- Muttalib[3] was the tribal head.
  32. 32. Quraish is also the name of the 106th Surah of the Qur'an. Some families are respected more than others because they have intrinsic nobility to them, similarly
  33. 33. • With their love for Architecture, they took to work as builders (Mistry). Others took to metal work (Lohar) and Carpentry (Tarkhan) Tarkhan Dynasty
  34. 34. Iram
  35. 35. Arain The Arain (Urdu: ‫)آرائیں‬ are a Muslim tribe of Pakistan who are found mainly in the Punjab province and also that of Sindh.
  36. 36. Arain They are chiefly associated with farming, and the legal profession, with some being zamindars (landlords).
  37. 37. Origin • The Arains are historically exclusively Muslim • Their origins are uncertain, with some members of the community claiming a connection with the Rajputs
  38. 38. Titles • Chaudhry, • Mian, • Mehar, • Malik, • Bhutto
  39. 39. People psyche • Gentle people • Boys are lazy • Vegetable growers • Like to increase their properties especially land
  40. 40. Gujar • Gujjar is considered an important and historical Tribe. • The majority of Gujjars are found in Pakistan, India and Afghanistan.
  41. 41. Kamin castes "Kamin is the term for a low caste of tenants and craftsmen in the Punjab and in the corner between the River Kabul and the River Swat."
  42. 42. Kamin castes …….. • The term Kamin prevails in the Punjab. • The word "Kami" which is customary there while between River Kabul and Swat
  43. 43. • Among the Kamis in the Punjab, the dominating castes are the Musalli, Mirasi and Dom in regard to their professions
  44. 44. Uzma
  45. 45. Caste discrimination in Pakistan
  46. 46. • A 20-year-old woman from Peshawar was murdered • Such practices are ritual-based system of social stratification
  47. 47. • Sabir Arif • Face discrimination
  48. 48. Due to this caste system • The inequality is severe • People judge each other on the basis of caste • People are losing the • value of “one nation”. & one identification
  49. 49. • We always feel that a society based on the values of freedom and equality will not be deeply effected by caste conflict, but as we have seen the situations explained in caste discrimination • These ugly incidents have one thing in common i.e caste discrimination ( in every situation caste still matter
  50. 50. Quaid-e-Azam had told in his address that “ there should be no distinction and discrimination on the basis of caste and creed. He said that we are equal citizens of one state

×