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Brah·man·ism (brä m -n z m) also Brah·min·ism (brä m -). n. Hinduism.

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The householder and the renouncer in the Brahmanical and
systems and rituals in a broadly Brahmanical context. It might, however of a methodological exercise for consideration, the Brahmanical and the.
Contested Past
dharma), as it is represented from a brahmanical point of view, was founded at .
Invi. Card Bachchan
Brahmanical origins and its significance to the religious culture of Thailand by. Mr . Willard G.
The Doctrine of
of âtman or self in Jainism. The Jaina conception of âtman can be understood better in the light of Brahmanical and Buddhist attitudes toward the idea of the self.
Review: The Origin of Buddhist Meditation by Alexander Wynne

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No entry to Anti-Hazare protestors at Azad maidan
The anti-Hazare protestors tried their best to out shout their pro-Hazare opponents, denouncing the Jan Lokpal movement as Brahmanical.
On the other hand, he found the approach of Anna Hazare “deeply brahmanical”. Liquor, tobacco, even cable TV were forbidden. Dalit families were compelled to adopt a vegetarian diet.
In the mirror, guilt doesn't look so good
I would like to argue that the new age cinema of contemporary Bollywood is yet to reflect on the caste question with a serious note and vision because of their stiff attachment to the brahmanical cultural logic and bourgeois middle-class consciousness.
India, The Idea Of Nation And The Subaltern Indian Woman
Interpretations on Gita: A scholarly study
Brahmanical religion became the Hindu religion, and Brahmanical texts became the official Hindu texts.

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Brahmanical - definition of Brahmanical by the Free Online
a. A religious formula or prayer and the holy or sacred power in it and in the officiating priest. b.
Brahmanical definition of Brahmanical in the Free Online
Brahmanical Culture in Ancient India .:: Institut Français de
Judiciary And Its Brahmanical Prejudices In India By Vidya Bhushan
Feb 10, 2011 The brahmanical prejudices in our system are well known and judiciary is no exception to it.

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