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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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He then says that this man showed him a fake identity and he could make out that the man was not a Brahmin.
Earlier in the day, the SBM had reportedly sent a letter to the film's producer Kamal Jain stating that "Jhansi Ki Maharani Laxmi Bai was a Brahmin and therefore our organisation and community has certain queries as it is related with Brahmin sentiments and emotions.
All these Dutts are called Husseini Brahmins, and during the month of Moharram they recite verses about the Battle of Karbala by going from village to village.
Who can participate: Trimatastha Brahmins (Smarthas, Madhwas, Iyers, Iyengars and other sub castes) can participate in this Matrimony Meet.
Sabitri, the lower-caste Nepali, is particularly certain that the Brahmin, Amit, could never really marry her, in spite of his insistence to the contrary: "It is because I am servant, I know.
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.
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).
But only one fallen Brahmin, Narranapa, has no regard for him or for orthodox Brahminism.
Sasanka [also spelled as Shashanka], the Shaivite Brahmin king of Bengal, murdered the last Buddhist emperor Rajyavardhana, elder brother of Harshavardhana, in 605 AD and then marched on to Bodh Gaya where he destroyed the Bodhi tree under which the Buddha had attained enlightenment.
Brahmin community is probably the most respected community in India; they are on the top of Hindu caste system.
Her works showed that Brahmin women were subjected to overt and covert persecution.