Untouchable Wealth: The Moral Exchange of New Wealth among Women in an Urban Nepali Untouchable Caste Community Presentation By: Sepideh Bajracharya IMTFI Conference for Funded Research December 6-7, 2011. Dhukuti. “Treasury,” “Cash-Box”
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Untouchable Wealth:The Moral Exchange of New Wealth among Women in an Urban Nepali Untouchable Caste CommunityPresentation By:SepidehBajracharyaIMTFI Conference for Funded ResearchDecember 6-7, 2011
Lottery system (“lucky-draw”): a person’s name is randomly picked every month
Rotation system (“number system”): the next person on the list receives the collected sum
Bidding system (“chorerakhane” “releasing and eating”): the person who bids, or “releases” the largest sum receives the monthly collection.
Existing Social Capital: Dhukutiin Emukhel