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adopted up to upanayana and that a sudra boy can be adopted till his marriage. The Nirnyasindhu seems ... than the adopter. In the whole of India a sudra may be adopted only before his marriage
Karnataka High Court
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father's property were recognized in the cases of Sudras to some extent. 15. In Kamulammal (deceased) represented by Kattari ... Privy Council held when a Sudra 9 had died leaving behind an illegitimate son, a daughter, his wife and certain
Supreme Court of India
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father's property were recognized in the cases of Sudras to some extent. 15. In Kamulammal (deceased) represented by Kattari ... Privy Council held when a Sudra 9 had died leaving behind an illegitimate son, a daughter, his wife and certain
Supreme Court of India
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Ramachandra Rao and Siddoji Rao (Lingayats) happen to be sudras, he was entitled to inherit 1/4th share ... appears to us that an illegitimate son of sudra born to a married woman as a result of an incestuous
Karnataka High Court
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inter-caste marriages amongh Brahmanas, Kshatriyas, Vaisyas and Sudras, which were allowed in Vedic period, there arose a number ... Manu; and further, by a division of the Sudras according to their occupations, there arose a number of sub-castes
Madras High Court
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adjudicated. "(i) The parties being Sudras the adopted son has right to claim share in the property equally with that ... been admitted submitted that admittedly the parties are sudras by caste. Orissa was a part of Bengal till
Orissa High Court
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daughter's son was permissible in cases of Sudras. It was not a case of the adopted son that Mane ... made, as to whether the parties were Kshatriyas or Sudras or, whether Krishnabai could adopt daughter's son, nothing
Bombay High Court
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Singh (supra) the point involved therein was whether a Sudra was considered to be incapable of entering the order ... that though according to the orthodox smriti writers a Sudra cannot legitimately enter into religious order but the existing
Calcutta High Court (Appellete Side)
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major hereditary classes, namely, the Brahman, Kshatriya, Vaisya and Sudra into which Hindu society is divided". The caste system
Supreme Court of India
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Andhra High Court T. Muralidhar Rao vs State Of A.P. And Ors. on 21
Andhra High Court
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