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Hindu, Hinduism and Hindustan: Part III
The Varna System and Vegetarianism

by Dr. Jaipal Singh
As it appears from various Hindu scriptures and texts, the Hindu society was broadly divided into four classes during the ancient times namely Brahmins, Kshatriyas, Vaishyas and Shudras. Traditionally, priests, scholars and teachers were recognised as Brahmins; rulers, warriors and administrators as Kshatriyas; merchants, businessmen and farmers as Vaishyas; and labourers and service providers in different categories as Shudras. People belonging to one of the above four varnas or classes were called savarna while certain tribes and outcasts which could not be categorized under any of these classes were called avarna. Read On 
Hindu, Hinduism and Hindustan: Part II
– Hindu, Hinduism and Hindustan: Part I

The Karma Revenge
by Dr. Anil Rajvanshi
Karma is defined as an ecosystem in Indian philosophical thought. All actions one does or has done in the past, have consequences for the present and the future, and these are loosely called as karma. Most treaties on karma are silent on what exactly karma is, ... Read On

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