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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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This is how the ruling dynasties of Manipur, Tripura and Ahom states were Hinduized by the Brahmins.
partially unselfish) suicides in the RT depict Brahmins, and others,
In full view of the frightened brahmins, I'll stand exposed like the naked quick of life; and I .
The Brahmins, envious of the prosperity of this pilgrim town and in order to discourage people from going there, invented the absurd theory that one who dies in Harramba goes to hell, or is reborn as an ass, while he who dies in Kashi, the citadel of Brahminism, goes straight to heaven.
Brahmins are so much into the religion and rituals so when it comes to marriage they seek boys and girls who is the follower of same principles as they have been following.
After a couple of quiet moments he asked the Brahmin if he ever invited friends to his house for dinner.
The far west sees far horrible conditions for Brahmin women than a Dalit man will ever do in the far east.
Brahmin householders, if there is [someone who] undertakes this righteous conduct, undertakes this right conduct, and [who] wishes to seek [rebirth] in a great family of warriors, in a great family of Brahmins, in a great family of householders, he will attain all these places of rebirth.
People belonging to the priestly group (Andhra Brahmins, 106), warrior community (Raju, 66), and traders (Komati, 104) participated in the study.
Brahmins - priests - emerged from the Brahma's mouth at the moment of creation
It's his suspicion, in fact, that Kirstein's departure for New York was a sort of death knell for Boston itself, signifying the withdrawal of the sort of Jews who had aspired to the Brahmins' ideal of high culture and the entrance of the Irish, who took from the Brahmins instead their dismal prudery, so that today, rather than the Opera House (torn down), Boston has Fenway park (which no one would dare touch).