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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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13) El pva--el hombre concreto en este mundo--debe terminar por reconocerse como una nota musical especifica en el fastuoso e infinito concierto de lo absoluto, tan solo una tecla del gran piano de alcances interminables que es Brahman.
34], observaron correlaciones positivas entre la CE y el PN y el peso a diferentes edades en toretes Brahman.
Brahman Naman was born when producer Steve Barron (director of the 1990s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles ) met Naman Ramachandran, an Indian author and journalist, who also runs the London Indian Film Festival.
On the recovery of a barge laden with coal that is believed pulled by the Brahman 12, he said the owners would be informed.
They offer their Brahman and Simmentaler stud animals twice a year, at the Northern Select Winter Sale, which takes place in June and at the Northern Select Sale in Grootfontein, which will be on 7 November.
He said, the Brahman Sabha was the representative of 40 lakh Brahmins living in Punjab and has been serving the society for last 50 years.
Om refers to the unity of the Brahman, the opposite of ignorance (avidya), a means of attaining barmanhood, the state of sat-chit-Amanda (truth-consciousness-bliss"), defying "all defects and imperfections.
Even at our time, the Gupta core region of Uttar Pradesh in today's India has the highest Brahman population.
Abhidharma Buddhism claims that each dharma as a series of experiences is self-sufficient but impermanent hence antithetical to Brahman.
I do not want any of this," Suddha Brahman says, shaking his head, smirking.
In addition to the supreme being, Brahman, and major deities like Krishna, Hindus honor thousands of lesser gods.