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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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Besides, the Buddhist Vajrayana cults of Tara, Vajravarahi, Avalokiteuvara, the Brahmanic Paftcaratra cults and Bhagavata cult.
Multifarious perspectives of the Brahmanic ideology such as theological, philosophical, social, political, logico-ethical, historical and spiritual are so comprehensively presented in the BG that almost nothing is left out that would obstruct one's appreciation of the Brahmanic culture as a whole that was perhaps finally structured by the text for all times to come.
In her book Sura the Liquor and the Vedic Sacrifice, (3) Madhavi Kolhatkar describes the use and preparation of sura with copious references to passages in Satapatha Brahmana and other Brahmanic texts.
This is the only brahmanic divinity mentioned twice in the epigraphy of Mathura from the Kushan period.
Kerala's landmark elevation of a dalit to the erstwhile much hyped Brahmanic Priesthood is a slap on Gujarat the former fiefdom of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Uttar Pradesh of Yogi Adithyanath where untouchability in its varied vicious forms still thrives under state patronage
These became important in marriages, he says, so they were incorporated into the literature of Dharmasastra, the brahmanic system of laws and customs.
In the Angkorean period, the king was associated with the divine, in a link captured in the Brahmanic concept of the devaraja.
Over the centuries this distinctive dance form incorporated Sanskrit, Brahmanic and Buddhist components from India, in much the same way that a rich tapestry is enhanced by certain interwoven threads of colour.
He argued further that "[t]he image of God which emerges from the Deuteronomic and Exodus paradigms is highly estranged from the Dalit images of God, and is more in continuity with the images of the Hindu Brahmanic 'weapon wielder' Gods" (ibid.
In India Buddhism revolutionized the Brahmanic doctrine Atman-Brahman, i.
Transcendent reality, for Dickinson, could not be conceived as having only a "naturalistic" or impersonal character--as it does in, say, Brahmanic Hinduism, or philosophical Taoism--because, as her poems make clear, it is incomprehensible to her that her own personhood, or self, could have as both its originating source and deepest ontological identity a creative principle lacking personhood.