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Shefali Sharma Anthroholic

Shefali Sharma

Shefali Sharma is a Research Scholar in the Department of Anthropology at University of Rajasthan. She obtained a prestigious meritorious award by University of Rajasthan in 2022. She also holds qualifications such as UGC – NET. She is a writer by the day and reader by the night and has worked as a content writer for various websites.
Origin of Marriage - Anthropology

Origin of Marriage

The study of the origin of marriage can be traced back to the work of Morgan where he explained various kinship systems in Ancient Society (1877).
Universality of Marriage - Anthropology

Universality of Marriage

Marriage is a social institution existing in all societies but the characteristics vary from culture to culture. Several anthropologists have made an effort to
Sororate Marriage - Anthroholic


Sororate Marriage is one where the husband marries the sister of the deceased or infertile wife. The term “Sororate” originated from the Latin word “soror” meaning sister.
Levirate Marriage - Anthroholic


A Levirate marriage is one in which the deceased person's brother is required to wed his brother's widow. In easier terms, it is marrying the deceased husband’s brother.
Organic Evolution in Anthropology

Organic Evolution

Organic evolution is the gradual accumulation of genetic changes in populations of organisms over time that results in the transformation of species into new ones.
Economic Anthropology - Anthroholic

Economic Anthropology

Economic Anthropology is a branch of Anthropology which studies the cross - cultural aspect of production, distribution and consumption patterns i.e. it analyses the economic life of a society with anthropological perspective.