Definition of Brahminic. Meaning of Brahminic. Synonyms of Brahminic

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Definition of Brahminic

Brahminic
Brahmanic Brah*man"ic, -ical -ic*al, Brahminic Brah*min"ic, ical *ic*al,a. Of or pertaining to the Brahmans or to their doctrines and worship.

Meaning of Brahminic from wikipedia

- little connection with them. Brahminism also refers specifically to the Brahminical ideology, which sees Brahmins as naturally privileged people entitled...
- Brahmin (/ˈbrɑːmɪn/; Sanskrit: ब्राह्मण, romanized: brāhmaṇa) are a varna (cl****) in Hinduism. They specialised as priests (purohit, pandit, or pujari)...
- to have undergone thorough Sanskritisation and have been included into Brahminic fourfold system and attained status that of a Brahmin (i.e. during the...
- The Brahmanical Magazine was an English language magazine set up by Indian reformer Raja Rammohan Roy. It was first published in 1821. It attempted to...
- and Jain texts show greater regard for the written word than the OIA Brahminical tradition, though writing was available to Old Indo-Aryans. Salomon,...
- conception and evolution of the Brahminical Gotric system. These texts posit that ‘Gotras’ emerged initially as a uniquely Brahminical concept; a marker of the...
- Anti-Brahminism is the ideology of being opposed to Brahminism. Early criticism against Brahmanism flourished within Sramana movement. Particularly in...
- 「ᩅᨯ᩠ᨰ」(waD+Dha); Northern Thai: 「ᩅ᩠ᨯ᩶」 (w+Da2)) is a type of Buddhist temple and Brahminical temple in Cambodia, Laos, East Shan State, Yunnan and Thailand. The word...
- unchanging essence to a person which transmigrated from life to life. While Brahminical teachers affirmed atman theories in an attempt to answer the question...
- impress the superiority of his faith over the most prestigious warriors in Brahminical Hinduism. In 1567, Akbar moved to reduce the Chittor Fort in Mewar. The...
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