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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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She also analyses the consequence of land grants made by rulers to Brahmins on a large scale and subsequent exploitation of the rural polulation.
When Imran Khan sought donations for his cancer hospital, it was Sunil Dutt, the Indian actor and a Mohyal Rajput Husseini Brahmin, who was the first to donate a huge amount.
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karmic and social consequences of brahminicide, Brahmins sought to
The first identifiable instance of desire for the Good in the above form occurs toward the end of part 2, when, left alone in the agrahara with his "bed-ridden menstruating wife" (Murthy 1999, 81) after the Durvasapura brahmins have departed for Kaimara, Praneshacharya revisits the scene where he coupled with Chandri.
Besides his taking care of his sickly wife, Praneshacharya regularly recites the Vedic puranas and scriptures and sacred Hindu legends to the other Brahmins who have a high regard for him as the "Crest Jewel of Vedic Learning," an honorific appellation that befits only a few studious holy men.
Even dramas and other books for lay people written by Brahmins contained venomous propaganda against the Buddhists.
Brahmins are known for the knowledge of Vedas and Santana Dharma.
Her works showed that Brahmin women were subjected to overt and covert persecution.
Worse yet, he argued with the local kings and Brahmins about everything from how they were ruling their territories to the need to respect their wives.
Brahmins often provide the convenient focus of all of Nepal's inequality, but far more goes on in the country than can be tacked onto one group.
The little terror also endears herself to some of her sad new sisters, among them polar opposites Shakuntala (``Bandit Queen's'' Seema Biswas), who truly believes her life of quiet deprivation is God's will, and beautiful Kalyani (Canadian-born supermodel Lisa Ray), whom Madhumati hypocritically pimps out to wealthy Brahmins on the other side of the river.