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Brahman (bräˑ·mn),

n.pr according to Vedic tradition, the “soul of the Universe,” or the undivided pure consciousness.

Brahman

silver-gray, humped cattle created as a breed in the southern USA from cattle imported from India at the beginning of the 20th century. As a breed they may have had minor infusions of blood from the British breeds.
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The platform honors the women who carry Brahmin and the collection's beautiful craftsmanship and functional design that allows life to be lived to its fullest potential.
Her father, a Vaishnavite Brahmin scholar and Kathak exponent, sent her to a local school where she impressed her teachers and the local media with her performance in a dance drama, Savitri Satyavan.
6 million voters, Jats with 345,000 votes form the majority, closely followed by Brahmins, Muslims, Rajputs, and other castes.
This is reflected not only in his smug remark, "By marrying an invalid I get ripe and ready" (Murthy 1999, 2); it is also indicated in the premium Praneshacharya attaches to his brahmin birth (2, 48), his convictions about his innate good nature (76), and the extreme care he expends on monitoring his conduct (75-76).
He could understand pains of non- Brahmins who suffered from superstitions and beliefs that were imposed from outside.
After a couple of quiet moments he asked the Brahmin if he ever invited friends to his house for dinner.
Subsequent to these works, a number of purdnas recount two different stories in which Siva commits acts of Brahmin-murder: firstly, he kills Vist,u's doorkeeper, the Brahmin Visvaksena, and, secondly, he cuts off the fifth head of the creator god Brahm[bar.
Therefore an "ordo for the Vaisnavas", thus the title of chapter four, had to be created which was done at the order of the king by his court theologian Harekrsna Misra, a Brahmin from Karnataka (spelled variously Hari- or Harekrsna; deciding on one spelling as done in the index would have been helpful in the main text as well).
27 -- One Nepali man of Brahmin origin who'd grown up in the States, and with whom I was hanging out in those moments when you think you might be compatible enough to share the rest of your life with, told me kindly that he'd finally diagnosed what my problem was.
the Hindu priest, Brahmin Shree Mahendra Pandya, from Leicester, prayed the baby elephant would bring happiness to the zoo.
Thomas who converted several Brahmin families to Christianity.