The caste system in the Hindu society is basically a system of social stratification, which is believed to have been divided based on the occupations of the people. There were four major castes in which this system was divided in namely The Brahmin, The Kshatriya, The Vaisya and The Shudra. Here is the description of the working system on which this Hindu Caste System was based: Brahmins – They were the priestly class, whose main work was to study and preach about the religion, they use to perform various religious and spiritual rituals. Kshatriyas – They were the warrior class, whose main duty was to protect the others from the invaders. They were basically the soldiers who worked in the armies. Vaisya – These were the next in the list and they did the rest of the jobs, like farming, trading and also the artisans were but they were a class above the Shudra. Shudra – The last in the class, these were the group of tenant farmers and servants, who use to work for the rest of the classes. Apart from the four main classes as mentioned above, was one more classes that Hindu Cast System consisted and it was the Shudra Class, they were the ones who were born outside the classes that are specified above and were considered as the untouchables and in many of the Hindu literature have been referred to as the Dalits. The basic theology of the Hindu Caste System was based on the concept of reincarnation which was one of the bases of Hinduism as a religion. As per the belief if a person performed all his karmas that is his duties in the current birth he or she if born in a class lower than the other would be blessed and can take a birth in an upper class in their next birth. But if a person is born in a lower class in this birth, then that was deemed as their destiny, and they were expected to perform all their tasks religiously whatever was expected of them by the society, and depended on which part of the class they belonged to, like if born in a Shudra caste the person was expected to serve others and also pay regular rents to the landlords. Only if the person was able to meet all his duties and shown his or her gratification towards the society would they attain salvation and the same stood true for all the rest of the castes as well. The areas where this Hindu Caste System had the major relevance were on the marriages, the meals that they had and their religious worships. There was no concept of inter-caste marriage and was one of the forbidden terms in the Indian society, hence people had to look for alliances in their own castes. Also during the times of meals, it was believed to be fortunate to have been provided food by the hands of the Brahmin, but the same was not true the other way, as it was believed that the Brahmin would be polluted if he or she accepted to have certain food from anyone who belonged to the lower castes. When it came to the religious duties, while the Brahmins were the ones who performed the rituals and did all the religious services, the Kshatriya and the Vaisya castes could attend these rituals, and there were no restrictions on them, but a few restrictions were imposed on the Shudra class who could not offer any kind of sacrifices to the deities, but it was only applicable for the servant class. But it was the untouchables who were not allowed to attend any kind of religious ceremonies.