This article is an eye opener for me. I am not sure how I feel about caste in China. The caste system in India is not the same as in China. But for the majority it is not the same. I think this article speaks to the idea of caste in India.
For the last century, China has had a strict caste system. It is based on a hierarchy that divides the country’s population into several different groups known as “castes.” It’s essentially a hierarchy of social class and education. There are 13,000 official categories of “castes,” so you can think of it as a 13×13 matrix.
A caste system is a hierarchical way of thinking about caste. It is also a hierarchy of education and caste, but it is different. It is based on a complex structure in terms of which the system of education and caste can be divided into. For example if you think there is a caste of children running around with their hands, then you can think of it as a caste system in India.
In a caste system, each caste can be assigned a particular role and function. For example, if you think of the caste of children, then you think of them as children. If you think of them as running around with their hands, then you think of them as running around with their hands. If you think of them as children and running around with their hands, then you think of them as children and running around with their hands.
The caste system in India is quite extensive. They are not just a caste system, but a social system, where certain occupations and functions are reserved for certain castes. For instance, the working class is a caste, but if they have a certain skill, they can be assigned a certain role. Because of this, there is a lot of division between different castes in India. For example, in a certain school in India, everyone is assigned a certain role and function.
Like many places in India, the caste system in India is very well ingrained. The caste system in India is more complicated than most people think, because it has many divisions. For example, there are several distinct castes in India, each with its own customs, rituals, and traditions.
The caste system in India is the most prevalent and widespread of caste systems, and it is more complicated than most people think. The caste system is prevalent in India because it is very hierarchical. It is very difficult for people to become free of the caste system, because even if you are free of the traditional caste system, you still have to be able to identify yourself as a member of a certain caste.
There are three main castes in India: Untouchables, which are considered “untouchable” because they have no rights, the Brahmins, and the Kshatriyas. Untouchables and Brahmins are “lesser” classes in society and are often discriminated against, but not all Brahmins are untouchables.
An untouchable caste system can work very well when it comes to controlling caste system in china, but it’s not really perfect. While the castes in the china system have the ability to control a few people, it’s not enough. The Brahmins have to be able to control the caste system and are therefore more at risk of the castes being killed.
While the caste system in china works well in controlling the majority of people, there are still those that can use it to keep control over their own caste. For example, the chinese government is often controlled by the government in the other country, and so many of china’s government officials are untouchables. The chinese government in fact uses the untouchables as spies, and the untouchables have their own secret police which are responsible to keep the chinese government in check.