This book “Caste System, Social Inequalities and Reservation Policy in India” dealt with caste system as well as the overall development of reservation policy with focus upon social justice in India. It includes an overview of the Marxian, Weberian and the Indian perspectives about power structure including the caste and class systems. The French Revolution was the first revolution which mobilized people for equality. In the 19th and 20th century, it was thought that ‘inequality’ is not natural but is a social creation. It has gained wide acceptance around the world. It was felt that social inequality is not universal in nature. The ‘private property’ was the basic cause of social inequality. Indian society is a classic example of the hierarchical society and people being treated according to their caste status.This book is useful for academicians, policy makers, scholars, researchers, students, professionals, bureaucrats as well as the people who want to know the social inequalities, caste & class, whole social stratification and process of social justice in India.