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Definition of Vaisya

Vaisya
Vaisya Vais"ya, n. [Skr. vai[,c]ya.] The third of the four great original castes among the Hindus, now either extinct or partially represented by the mercantile class of Banyas. See the Note under Caste, 1.

Meaning of Vaisya from wikipedia

- Vaishya is one of the four varnas of the Hindu social order in India. Vaishyas are third in distinction of the four Hindu castes, comprising mainly the...
- Arya Vaisya may refer to: Moothan, a caste of traders in Kerala Arya Vaishya, a caste...
- Mahuri (माहुरी) is a Hindu caste (jāti) under Vaishya varna. Mahuri are reported to have migrated from the city of Mathura and surrounding rural locations...
- Science and Technology( Vanika Vaisya College of Science and Technology ), a self-financing institution (managed by Vanika Vaisya Educational and Employment...
- in sadacara (righteous conduct), Ksatriya in saurya (valor and courage), Vaisya in vyavasaya (business), and Sudra in seva (service). A yogin experiences...
- belongs to the Vaishya order. Only one Kram the Lon is generally ****igned a Vaisya origin. The Lone tribe is based mainly in northern Kashmir, although in...
- Indian society as divided into the four varṇas of "Brahmins, Ksạtriyas, Vaiśyas and Śūdras". Instead, states Bronkhorst, the bulk of society is described...
- his mouth, of both his arms was the Rājanya made. His thighs became the Vaiśya, from his feet the Śūdra was produced. – Rigveda 10.90.11-2 Ingold, Tim...
- Gnana Sambandar Iraipani ManramGAMBEERA GANA ISAI VENDHAN: 1985-Arya Vaisya Schools, Madurai • ARUL ISAI ARIGNAR: 1987-Mauritius Education and Cultural...
- in sadacara (righteous conduct), Ksatriya in saurya (valor and courage), Vaisya in vyavasaya (business), and Sudra in seva (service). A yogin experiences...
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