Gandhi-Luthuli Documentation Centre
|The Hindu Tamil Institute Building, the Centre of Tamil activities of Durban||
The Hindu Tamil Institute
|Arya Yukuk Sabha - 80 Anniversary||
In 1912, a small group of young men, concerned about the quality of life of their community, constituted an organization called the "Arya Yuvuk Sabha "AYS"....
|Some Reminiscences of South Indian Settlers||
THE early Tamil pioneers came to Natal with their religion and immediately set about establishing it in their new environment. The new conditions and situations had their influences on the practices and beliefs of these people....
|A hindi-speaking hindu marriage an ethnographic description||
This study attempts to give an ethnographic description ot a Hindu marriage which characterizes the orthodox Hindi speaking section of the community and whose religious....
|THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF THE HINDU RELIGIOUS TRADITION AMONG A SELECTED GROUP OF TAMIL SPEAKING HINDUS IN DURBAN AND TONGAAT, WITH PARTICULAR INTEREST FOCUSSED ON BETROTHAL AND MARRIAGE||
I am a Tamil speaking Hindu and I would like to find out more about my religion, in particular, the impact of Western Culture on the religion of the Indians in South Africa. I will focus my observations on a small number of families living in the city of Durban.
|The experiences of marriage and family by Indian migrants under indenture in colonial Natal.||
This thesis attempts to examine the social institutions of marriage and family as experienced by Indian migrants under indenture in colonial Natal.
|A NOTE ON THE INDO-EUROPEAN SITUATION IN NATAL||
The Indian – Citizen or subject ?
|Attitudes of South African Indians towards Westernization and its Effects on their Family Life||
When a group of people emigrate to a new country with a strong cultural environment, one of several possible affects may occur. There could be a deliberate striving to retain the cultural traits inherited from the homelands.
|Attitudes of South African Indians towards Disciplining in the Child-Rearing Process||
Discipline as a integral part of the child-rearing process has been neglected in South African social science literature, but its significance as an aspect of the socialization process cannot be ignored.
|Hindu Religion and the Family||
Despite the intrusions by way of education, the secularization process and socio-economic advances, traditional Hinduism over the last century and a quarter in South Africa has retained its subjective conservatism.
|THE RISE OF THE NATAL INDIAN ELITE||
The Ideal of Education Opportunity
Only in education and in South Africa in the context of White man's Education...can you really make headway in a White man's world.
|The Family Relationship in Islam||
To Muslims, Islam is the code of life which God has revealed for the guidance of mankind. In Islam there is complete coordination of the spiritual and material aspects of human life.
|Bisram Rambilass newspaper cuttings||
Call for Hindus to thread boldly
APS host social reformer
Call for extension of indological studies
Memo to constitution body
|Semiological Analysis Hindu Symbols Indian Adverts||
Based on semiotic theories this study critically analyses the intercultural significance of Hindu symbols which are used in the "visual language" of Indian advertisements.
|CASTE IN A NATAL HINDU COMMUNITY||
In her recent book, Hilda Kuper analyzed the transformation and the gradual disappearance of caste among South African Hindus.
|Sannyas Bhawani Dayal||
Sannyas Bhawani Dayal
|Social Problems Associated with the Care of the Indian Aged in the Home Environment as Evidenced in Municipal Durban||
The scientific study of human development is fragmented and incomplete. An examination of sociological literature indicates that some stages of human development have been studied more thoroughly than others. The one stage of human development that has not,.....
|THE CHANGING PATTERN OF INDIAN FAMILY LIFE AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR THE AGED||
South African Indian life beginning towards the latter half of the nineteenth century on the basis of the indentured male worker,had become strongly family centred at the beginning of the twentieth century....
|ACCOMMODATION NEEDS AND PREFERENCES AMONGST INDIAN OLD AGE PENSIONERS IN DURBAN||
Being the year of the aged (1982) the Department of Social Work at the University of Durban-Westville was approached by Mr Rambharos, a prominent voluntary worker amongst the Indian aged, to undertake
|“SOCIAL JUSTICE AND POVERTY IN INANDA”||
Inanda was entirely rural until the 1950’s. Thereafter because of drought and apartheid policy which aimed at undermining indigenous people from rural areas, people could not cope with the pressure exerted upon them by these situations.