Solution :Each caste has its own place and social status in the caste system’s hierarchy. The relationship between social or caste status and economic status has long been established. The high castes were almost always well-off economically. The “low” caste, on the other hand, was nearly always of poor economic position.
However, the link between caste and occupation became less rigorous in the nineteenth century, and as a result, the link between caste and economic position is not as rigid today as it once was.
Things haven’t changed much on the macro level. The disparity between privileged (high economic status) and disadvantaged (low economic status) elements of society still exists.