kshatriyas in A Sentence

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    In either case, the Rashis and the Nakshatras are divided into four castes- Brahmin, Kshatriyas, Vaishyas and Shudras.

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    Kshatriyas have always stood for social justice and fought against injustice of all kinds.

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    Brahmin refers to knowledge seeker, Kshatriyas are leaders and warriors, Vaishya refers to people who are attracted towards material life and Shudras are people who are anxious and delusional.

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    Brahmins will not be learned or honored, Kshatriyas will not be brave, Vaishyas will not be just in their dealings, and the varna system will be abolished.

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    Puranas say that it was Parasurama who planted the 64 Brahmin families in Kerala, whom he brought down from the north in order to expiate his slaughter of the Kshatriyas.

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    Jackson states that, contrary to the theoretical model of caste where Kshatriyas only could be warriors and soldiers, historical evidence confirms that Hindu warriors and soldiers during the medieval era included other castes such as Vaishyas and Shudras.

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    This social gradation was given a religious sanction by invoking a verse from the Rig Veda to the effect that the Brahmins came from the face of the Creator, the Kshatriyas from His arms, the Vaishyas from His thighs and the Sudras from the soles of His feet.

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    He gains his sustenance either by the fee he obtains for teaching Brahmans and Kshatriyas, not as a payment, but as a present, or by presents which he receives from someone because he performs for him the sacrifices to the fire, or by asking a gift from the kings and nobles, there being no importunate pressing on his part, and no unwillingness on the part of the giver.

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    The traditional Hindu rulers and warriors, or Kshatriyas, nearly ceased to exist in northern and central India.

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    The traditional Hindu rulers and warriors, or Kshatriyas, nearly ceased to exist in north and central India.

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    The traditional Hindu rulers and warriors, or Kshatriyas, nearly ceased to exist in the north and central India.

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    When India's“tribes” were placed inside the category“Hindu” in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, there were no Brahmans or Kshatriyas among them, nor“outcastes.”.

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    He gains his sustenance either by the fee he obtains for teaching Brahmans and Kshatriyas, not as a payment,

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