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The most famous example of a caste system is the Hindu caste system of ancient India, with Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka having similarly structured systems. Nepalese castes are directly derived from the Hindu castes found in India, but the Pakistani social structure is not widely recognized as cast


Cast members of "Modern Family" include Ed O'Neill, Sofia Vergara, Julie Bowen and Ty Burrell. Other cast members include Rico Rodriguez, Eric Stonestreet, Ariel Winter and Jesse Tyler Ferguson.


While there are not really any official caste systems still in place, India is a good example of a country that still endures the legacy of a caste system. Certain minority groups in India, such as the Dalits in Bangalore, still suffer from certain caste related prejudices, for example.


"Modern Family" focuses on three couples: the Pritchetts, played by Ed O'Neill and Sofia Vergara; the Dunphys, played by Julie Bowen and Ty Burrell; and the Pritchett-Tuckers, played by Eric Stonestreet as Cameron Tucker and Jesse Tyler Ferguson as Mitchell Pritchett. An ABC sitcom, "Modern Family"


While the United States does not have a formal caste system or any tradition of one like India does, some argue otherwise. For example, Isabel Wilkerson argues that America does have a caste system that manifests as racial inequality in her 2012 NYTimes.com article.


A casting call is an audition process where people try out for roles in a film, play, television show or other type of entertainment performance. For major productions, celebrity talent is often invited to audition. An open call means anyone is allowed to show up to audition for roles.


The caste system in India began about 100 B.C. when a holy text explicitly forbade intermarriages across the four classes of people living in India at the time. Occupational restrictions and forbidden intermarriages, which curtailed further social interactions, hardened the caste system.


Negative aspects of the caste system in modern India are political, educational and social discrimination as well as adverse effects on individual's self-esteem. Additionally, even in integrated caste systems, there is very little communication or interaction between castes. Although India's rising


The different levels in the Indian caste system are the Brahmins, the Kshatriyas, the Vaishyas, the Shudras, the Adivasi and the Dalits. While Indian law prohibits discrimination by caste, the system still appears to have an important connection to social mobility in India.


An air cast is a cast made of a rigid or semi rigid shell, the interior being made of a series of overlapping air cells that inflate to hold the extremity secure and prevent movement. Air casts are also known as walking casts because they are easier to move around in than a traditional plaster cast.