They wear the Brahminical
thread; they adhere to every claim of Hindu caste-law.
According to one (the Brahminical
Valmiki) version of Ramayana, Surpanakha (the One with Long Nails, in Sanskrit) transforms herself into a beautiful woman and tries to seduce Rama, who rather has fun in passing her off to his brother Lakshman, and who finally chops off her nose and ears, and sends her back to Ravana.
Sensing the damage the news could do in the majority Hindu state, Gujarat, during the elections, the Congress came up with a claim that Rahul is a janeu-dhari (the one who wears Brahminical
The goal is to instil a pattern in consonance with the Brahminical
norms, to promote orthodox medieval mindset and to undermine the scientific temper.
Among the major Indian religious and mythical literature, only Brahminical
and Buddhist literature gives information about these mythical serpent-human creature or Nagas.
their capacity to withhold approval as a Brahminical
weapon, which they
The Arya Samajist glorified Hinduism by rejecting the conservative brahminical
rituals and Hindu traditions.
In them, the personal and the public conflate, which allows for a better understanding of Narayan's Brahminical
views and his relation to the world around him.
According to Husken, the Vinaya ruling regarding the menstruation cloth does at the same time appear to be have been formulated by taking Brahminical
concerns into account.
A follower of Basavanna, a 12th century social reformer who objected to rule of the priestly class, Dr Kalburgi had criticised idol worship and Brahminical
Only Sharad Pawar's convoluted thinking in formulating an opposition to a Brahminical
order (the RSS) through targeting a balladeer and playwright, albeit one who wrote on a popular historical figure and one who is, conveniently, a member of the RSS, which could bring such ferocity to the campaign.
Rama Swamy (1879-1973), popularly known as Periyar, who led the self-respect movement in Tamil Nadu; it criticized the dominance of the Brahminical
religion and "[.