The Khasi matriliny generates intense role conflict for men.This statement is explained below:
a. The Khasis are a group from Meghalaya. In this group, it is the women who inherit the property but do not have any control for it nor do they make any decisions for the family.
b. The authority and control go from maternal uncle to nephew and the inheritance from mother to daughter.
c. It generates an intense role of conflict for the men because they are torn between the responsibilities of their natal household and that of his wife and children.
d. There is an apprehension in the minds of the women related to a man with regard to his commitment to their welfare. A woman always wonders if her sister’s house is more appealing to her husband than their own.
e. The relatives of the man on his mother’s side are more important than the ones on his father’s side.
The different rules and regulations imposed by the caste system are given below:
a. It is the birth of a person that determines his/her caste,
b. There are strict rules about marriage.
c. There are rules about the type of food permitted.
d. The members of the different caste are arranged in a hierarchy of rank and status based on purity and pollution.
e. The occupation for different caste is fixed.
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