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We all brahmins need to change, in Kali Yuga Spiritual progress will not be recognized or respected, 90 to 99% of the world only recognizes and respects material progress.
We brahmins have to be innovative in our work, the next 100 big thing/innovation has to be from within our community.
We need to ask ourselves why was the Mobile phone invented by someone else and not one of us, similarly the innovations such as Internet, Social Media, Apps and App based technologies, AI/ML etc etc.
Too prove that Brahmins are Intellectually atleast at par with the best of the best in the world most of the next gen innovations have to be from within us.
Lets work towards that, lets get all the Brahmins on this planet on a single platform and incubate new ideas and fund them and create next gen tools and technologies. Lets put a million dents (constructive disruptions) in the universe.
Without this, just being devout, spiritual and orthodox will lead us no where. Our next generations will cease to be Brahmins and in another 200 to 300 yrs Brahmins as a community will be extinct.
 

Balacs

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The drop outs due to under performance is high among people who were handed over seats on a platter - IIT council has suggested conferring B.Sc degree after 3 years instead of sending them out. I remember this was practiced in Madras university decades back - Underperformers were recommended to B.A. with out Hons. The fees to M.Tech to be increased to 2L - to discourage non serious candidate who drop out in the middle to be admitted. The faculty to be reviewed and evaluated of their work & academic outputs

'Social Justice' brigade Mandal Gang & சிறுத்தைகள் will create ruckus on roads! Left liberals to follow it up with words of war in twitter
The Director of IIM Ahmedabad is fighting tooth and nail to ensure that admission to the PhD courses in IIM Ahmedabad is purely on merit basis since he feels that the very objective of the PhD courses would be defeated if candidates are admitted to this prestigious course on the basis of reservations. Most unfortunately, a Professor and a Fellow of IIM Bengaluru are blowing the issue out of proportion.

I am all for an inclusive society where the backward sections, irrespective of caste, creed and religion, should be provided opportunities for development and progress. But rather than purely admitting students on reservation basis which is self- defeating for the students, it would be far more prudent for the elite institutions to provide special coaching facilities free of cost and thereafter scholarships on securing admission to these students. The Government can consider a special grant for this purpose. If the students, who have availed the special coaching, are able to perform well in the entrance tests, they would be on the same footing as meritorious candidates and scholarships would ensure their continued education.

The suggestion of the IIT Council to confer a B.Sc degree to those students who are unable to cope up with the rigorous IIT scheduled is commendable.

Of far greater concern and one that needs immediate attention is the tendency of students, who are unable to cope up with the study pressure, to commit suicide, particularly in the IITs. This, despite the fact, that counseling is available for IIT students. Not only is there a loss of a precious human life but this plunges the parents into unbearable grief for eternity. Regular interaction by professional student counsellors and monitoring of weak students should be undertaken to minimise, if not eliminate, these unfortunate and sad incidents.
 

vgane

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The information is humbug. This comes in new form every now and then.
The originator of the data is wanting to whip up anti brahmin frenzy. There is hardly anything to be proud about except that NaMo has selected some good Brahmins as Cabinet Ministers. Otherwise our community is languishing in Tamil Nadu with just a single Brahmin MLA, no Lok sabha MP, no Mayor or head of any local body, hardly any interest in IAS, IPS or IFS, hardly any seat in Medical colleges and community population withering with every passing day. Community is in its winter.Will spring ever come by ?
 

prasad1

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The information is humbug. This comes in new form every now and then.
The originator of the data is wanting to whip up anti brahmin frenzy. There is hardly anything to be proud about except that NaMo has selected some good Brahmins as Cabinet Ministers. Otherwise our community is languishing in Tamil Nadu with just a single Brahmin MLA, no Lok sabha MP, no Mayor or head of any local body, hardly any interest in IAS, IPS or IFS, hardly any seat in Medical colleges and community population withering with every passing day. Community is in its winter.Will spring ever come by ?
You need to go where there is spring.
 

vgane

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Quote: All the Aggarwals, Kejriwals, Jhunjhunwalas, Tibrewalas etc. are Brahmins ....Unquote

There are Banias & are are not Brahmins...They are very intelligent and Business runs in their veins...They will easily trounce the North Indian Brahmin amd will give Tamil Brahmins a run for their money...We can learn a lot from them!!
 

Sakhi

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Be PROUD ABOUT BEING A BRAHMIN,,,* The team of Brahmin empire has worked tremendously in 2 months and hard work has tried to know the Brahmin population from all the states of India, according to which the list has been prepared. It is expected that Brahmin should recognize his power and work together united ... !!! *

* (1) Jammu Kashmir: 2 lakh + 4 lakhs displaced *
* (2) Punjab: 9 lakh Brahmins *
* (3) Haryana: 14 lakh Brahmins *
* (4) Rajasthan: 78 lakh Brahmins *
* (5) Gujarat: 60 lakh Brahmins *
* (6) Maharashtra: 45 lakh Brahmins *
* (7) Goa: 5 lakh Brahmins *
* (8) Karnataka: 45 lakhs Brahmins *
* (9) Kerala: 12 lakh Brahmins *
* (10) Tamilnadu: 36 lakh Brahmins *
* (11) Andhra Pradesh: 24 lakh Brahmins *
* (12) Chhattisgarh: 24 lakh Brahmins *
* (13) Orissa: 37 lakh Brahmins *
* (14) Jharkhand: 12 lakh Brahmins *
* (15) Bihar: 9 million Brahmins *
* (16) West Bengal: 18 lakh Brahmins *
* (17) Madhya Pradesh: 42 lakhs Brahmins *
* (18) Uttar Pradesh: 20 million Brahmins *
* (19) Uttarakhand: 20 lakh Brahmins *
* (20) Himachal: 45 lakh Brahmins *
* (21) Sikkim: 1 lakh Brahmin *
* (22) Assam: 10 lakh Brahmins *
* (23) Mizoram: 1.5 lakhs Brahmins *
* (24) Arunachal: 1 lakh Brahmin *
* (25) Nagaland: 2 lakh Brahmins *
* (26) Manipur: 7 lakh Brahmins *
* (27) Meghalaya: 9 lakh Brahmins *
* (28) Tripura: 2 lakh Brahmins *
* Most Brahmin occupied state: = Uttar Pradesh *
* The lowest Brahmin occupied state: = Sikkim *
* Most Brahmin Political Dominance: West Bengal *
* Most Brahmin State: 20% of Brahmins in Uttarakhand *
* Highly literate Brahmin states: = Kerala and Himachal brahmin = Assam
* in the best economic condition
* The highest Brahmin chief minister: = Rajasthan *
* Most Brahmin MLAs: = Uttar Pradesh *
* Brahmin in India Lok Sabha: = 48% *
* Brahmin in the Rajya Sabha of India: = 36% *
* Brahmin governor in India: = 50% *
* Brahmin cabinet secretary in India: = 33% *
* Brahmin in the Minister of Secretary in India: = 54% *
* Additional Secretary Brahmin in India: = 62% *
* Personal Secretary Brahmin in India: = 70% *
* Brahmin Vice Chancellor in University: = 51% *
* Brahmin Judge in Supreme Court: = 56% *
* Brahmin judge in High Court: = 40% *
* Indian Ambassador Brahmin: = 41% *
* Public Undertaking Brahmin = Central: 57% = State: 82% *
* Brahmin in Bank: = 57% *
* Brahmin in airlines: = 61% *
* IAS Brahmin: = 72% *
* IPS Brahmin: = 61% *
* TV artist and Bollywood: = 83% *
* CBI Custom Brahmin: = 72% *
* There is some thing in the Brahmins in which all bow down and bow down. Hastiness does not fade, we should get the head of the Brahmins whether it is ... !!!

🙏🙏
......
Make this message a tsunami and send it to every Brahmin who has a mobile !

Ref:: from an authentic mail
 

Sakhi

New member
Be PROUD ABOUT BEING A BRAHMIN,,,* The team of Brahmin empire has worked tremendously in 2 months and hard work has tried to know the Brahmin population from all the states of India, according to which the list has been prepared. It is expected that Brahmin should recognize his power and work together united ... !!! *

* (1) Jammu Kashmir: 2 lakh + 4 lakhs displaced *
* (2) Punjab: 9 lakh Brahmins *
* (3) Haryana: 14 lakh Brahmins *
* (4) Rajasthan: 78 lakh Brahmins *
* (5) Gujarat: 60 lakh Brahmins *
* (6) Maharashtra: 45 lakh Brahmins *
* (7) Goa: 5 lakh Brahmins *
* (8) Karnataka: 45 lakhs Brahmins *
* (9) Kerala: 12 lakh Brahmins *
* (10) Tamilnadu: 36 lakh Brahmins *
* (11) Andhra Pradesh: 24 lakh Brahmins *
* (12) Chhattisgarh: 24 lakh Brahmins *
* (13) Orissa: 37 lakh Brahmins *
* (14) Jharkhand: 12 lakh Brahmins *
* (15) Bihar: 9 million Brahmins *
* (16) West Bengal: 18 lakh Brahmins *
* (17) Madhya Pradesh: 42 lakhs Brahmins *
* (18) Uttar Pradesh: 20 million Brahmins *
* (19) Uttarakhand: 20 lakh Brahmins *
* (20) Himachal: 45 lakh Brahmins *
* (21) Sikkim: 1 lakh Brahmin *
* (22) Assam: 10 lakh Brahmins *
* (23) Mizoram: 1.5 lakhs Brahmins *
* (24) Arunachal: 1 lakh Brahmin *
* (25) Nagaland: 2 lakh Brahmins *
* (26) Manipur: 7 lakh Brahmins *
* (27) Meghalaya: 9 lakh Brahmins *
* (28) Tripura: 2 lakh Brahmins *
* Most Brahmin occupied state: = Uttar Pradesh *
* The lowest Brahmin occupied state: = Sikkim *
* Most Brahmin Political Dominance: West Bengal *
* Most Brahmin State: 20% of Brahmins in Uttarakhand *
* Highly literate Brahmin states: = Kerala and Himachal brahmin = Assam
* in the best economic condition
* The highest Brahmin chief minister: = Rajasthan *
* Most Brahmin MLAs: = Uttar Pradesh *
* Brahmin in India Lok Sabha: = 48% *
* Brahmin in the Rajya Sabha of India: = 36% *
* Brahmin governor in India: = 50% *
* Brahmin cabinet secretary in India: = 33% *
* Brahmin in the Minister of Secretary in India: = 54% *
* Additional Secretary Brahmin in India: = 62% *
* Personal Secretary Brahmin in India: = 70% *
* Brahmin Vice Chancellor in University: = 51% *
* Brahmin Judge in Supreme Court: = 56% *
* Brahmin judge in High Court: = 40% *
* Indian Ambassador Brahmin: = 41% *
* Public Undertaking Brahmin = Central: 57% = State: 82% *
* Brahmin in Bank: = 57% *
* Brahmin in airlines: = 61% *
* IAS Brahmin: = 72% *
* IPS Brahmin: = 61% *
* TV artist and Bollywood: = 83% *
* CBI Custom Brahmin: = 72% *
* There is some thing in the Brahmins in which all bow down and bow down. Hastiness does not fade, we should get the head of the Brahmins whether it is ... !!!

🙏🙏
......
Make this message a tsunami and send it to every Brahmin who has a mobile !

Ref:: from an authentic mail
Sir, did you ever think that why Brahmin become predominant in most areas?!
 

Balacs

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Quote: All the Aggarwals, Kejriwals, Jhunjhunwalas, Tibrewalas etc. are Brahmins ....Unquote

There are Banias & are are not Brahmins...They are very intelligent and Business runs in their veins...They will easily trounce the North Indian Brahmin amd will give Tamil Brahmins a run for their money...We can learn a lot from them!!
Thanks. I stand corrected. It so happened in Class IV, one of my best friends, Arvind Jhunjhunwala, insisted that I go home with him after school. He told me that I could call my Mom and tell her that I would be coming a bit late. He also promised that he would have their driver drop me home. Fortunately, we had a phone and my mother consented. I was, of course, hungry but viewed with trepidation a plate of goodies placed before me. His mother noticed my hesitation and enquired the reason. I told her that I was a vegetarian. She assured me that they were vegetarians and I presumed they were Brahmins. This misconception continued till you confirmed they were Banias. Thanks once again.
 

prasad1

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Thanks. I stand corrected. It so happened in Class IV, one of my best friends, Arvind Jhunjhunwala, insisted that I go home with him after school. He told me that I could call my Mom and tell her that I would be coming a bit late. He also promised that he would have their driver drop me home. Fortunately, we had a phone and my mother consented. I was, of course, hungry but viewed with trepidation a plate of goodies placed before me. His mother noticed my hesitation and enquired the reason. I told her that I was a vegetarian. She assured me that they were vegetarians and I presumed they were Brahmins. This misconception continued till you confirmed they were Banias. Thanks once again.
There are other communities that follow Vegetarianism.
Jains, Many Buddhists, Vaisnava, Many Baniyas are vegetarians.

Saraswat Brahmins and Bengali Brahmins eat fish.

The vegetarian Bengali Brahmin will consume meat when it comes from the temple as Prashad [a religious offering].

They will cook it without onion and garlic, and it is called ‘vegetarian mutton'.
 

Raman74

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This information is based on a survey done in 2007

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Which state has the highest Brahmin population in India?
Read more at: https://www.quora.com/Which-state-has-the-highest-Brahmin-population-in-India

We cannot be proud about this...

What happened in J & K. One of the most enduring mainstream narratives around the departures of Kashmiri Pandits in the 1990s is that they were "driven out" by their ................ neighbours as the armed militancy took off.

The return of Kashmiri Pandits to the land of their ancestors with full dignity, security and assured livelihood" has figured high on the BJP's agenda. This is what the Bhartiya Janata Party wrote in its 2014 Lok Sabha election manifesto. This was what the estimated 1.5 lakh Kashmiri Pandits, who were forced to flee from the Valley, and their growing families were looking for. They overwhelmingly supported it.

Now that the Government has abrogated Article 370 and the Special Status was removed.

We will have to see whether these Pandits return back to their home.

Being majority in 'Docile mode' is different and being minority in ' Rebel mode' is different.

The 'Mode' does matter.

There are people who believe that of course, we are nothing but a பெருங்காய டப்பா sticking to Sanathana Dharmam.
 

Maha52

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Be PROUD ABOUT BEING A BRAHMIN,,, It is expected that Brahmin should recognize his power and work together united ... !!! *
It is easy to post such forwarding messages in this Forum.

But bringing all Brahmins together united....???

It is not certainly possible.

This is the flip side of Brahmins...we have various sub-castes and we have no unity among us.

And we do crib now and then how we are helpless.

We do feel the need for a powerful body to represent our grievances and get them redressed.

We keep talking .. but of course, now.. there are bright chances of our coming together and forming a strong body and to fight against injustice being done to us.

Let us be optimistic.
 

Balacs

Member
There are other communities that follow Vegetarianism.
Jains, Many Buddhists, Vaisnava, Many Baniyas are vegetarians.

Saraswat Brahmins and Bengali Brahmins eat fish.

The vegetarian Bengali Brahmin will consume meat when it comes from the temple as Prashad [a religious offering].

They will cook it without onion and garlic, and it is called ‘vegetarian mutton'.
There are 108 Sakthi Peethas. Out of this 4 are known as the ancient Sakthi Peethas. These are Devi Tara Tarani near Brahmapur in Odissa, Devi Kali in Kalighat in Kolkata (Calcutta, West Bengal), Devi Kamakhya near Guwahati (Assam) and Devi Bimala in Jagannath Temple, Puri (Odissa). Of course, I have been to all of them.

Having been fortunate enough to stay at a distance of fewer than 2 kms from the Kali Temple at Kalighat for nearly half a century, I am well acquainted with both Bengali customs and their traditional Poojas at the Kalighat Temple. Two goats are sacrificed by the Temple Authorities every Saturday. Devotees also offer goats for sacrifice. The sacrificial place is at a distance of 50 feet from the Sanctum Sanctorum in full view of the Goddess. The meat from the goats which are sacrificed is sold by the temple authorities in raw form, never cooked. Meat, either in raw or cooked form, is never taken inside the sanctum sanctorum. At least, this is the custom in the Kali Temple at Kalighat.

The Bengali Brahmins take fish on a daily basis, but not duck, chicken and mutton. The kitchen, the stove and the utensils for cooking duck, chicken and mutton are separate - at least it was in those days. Except for fish, the other non-vegetarian dishes are considered impure and never taken on auspicious or festival days like Janmashtami, Ekadasi, Amavasya or Poornima days. The older generation from West Bengal also never carry leather items like wallets and belts inside the temple.
 
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