Idiotic Hindu Historians..What a tragedy


SOME TIMES BY ; SANTOSH BHATT

A country that forgets it’s history is destined to repeat the same mistakes of history. Sadly Indian history is being rewritten by the same hindus whose ancestors were raped and looted by the same scum bag moslems and these scum bags are being written in glorifying terms by the idiotic hindu historians.What a tragedy the country has to go through.

 No tragedy is worse than forgetting history and we have not even known the true history of our country.We are being ruled by scum bags and we are slogging it for scum bags and we are writing the Hindus are as a rule spineless. cowardly and miserly people. They have no self respect.

They have no knowledge of their own scriptures. Thousands of years of foreign rule has wiped out all traces of greatness and bravery from these people.

The hindus who are there now have no connection to the hindus of the yore. these are all inferiority quality humanbeings who happen to be in india. The secularism nonsense has emasculated the hindus.

Do I see a hope? Yes provided the idotic hindus read the scriptures of other religions and compare it to their own, to even comprehend what treasure has been left behind.

Read Qrand, bible and Holy Shreemad Bhagavad Geeta and decide,  you would want to follow which book. olden era or scum bag rule. Frustrating to say the least.

I did my schooling in India and I don’t remember any history book highlighting the atrocities of the mughals. Infact, the mughal period is shown as a golden period of art and civilization in India.

Thanks to the internet and the ability of researchers to bring out the facts and reach out to everyone, this knowledge is no longer something that the leftist /Marxists like Romila Thapar can prevent from spreading.

Muslims steadfast deny such atrocities even take place and they never take active measures to oppose these goings on.

Muslims are guilty of nothing when it comes to dealing with non-Muslims under Islam.

Indians and everybody else is going to need to grow a spine and understand that there can be no peace between Muslims who want to bring darkness and ignorance to the world and non-Muslims who are fighting to survive.

India’s first education minister @ the federal level was a Muslim who had Arabic heritage.

India’s first prime minister was brought up on British education and was conditioned to regard Indic history as inferior to the Mughals.

Aligarh Muslim University was very worried that any truth about Muslim invasion and rule would cause a massive anti-muslim backlash.

Leftists always hated religion but they had no balls to pick on Islam. So they picked on Hinduism as they were sure that in the aftermath of Gandhi’s assassination, Hindus would be easy pickings.

These leftists were given prominent roles in Jawaharlal Nehru University (which produces anti-Indians by dozens) and National council for educational research and training (NCERT) which writes text books.

Net Net……Hindus will never come to know about these atrocities and Muslims will always be told that Islamic rule was the most benign on Hindus.

Nadir Shah of Iran invaded India in 1738–39. After committing great massacre and devastation, he captured a large number of slaves and drove them away along with a huge plunder. Ahmad Shah Abdali from Afghanistan invaded India thrice in the mid-eighteenth century. In his victory in the Third Battle of Panipat (1761), some 22,000 women and children of the slain Maratha soldiers were driven away as slaves.

 As already cited, the last independent Muslim ruler, Tipu Sultan, had enslaved some 7,000 people in Travancore. They were driven away and forcibly converted to Islam.

Enslavement of the infidels in India went on as long as Muslims were ruling with authority.

The consolidation of power by the British mercenaries in the nineteenth century eventually ended enslavement in India. Even during the Partition (1947), Muslims kidnapped tens of thousands of Hindu and Sikh women and married them to Muslims: a form of age-old enslavement (discussed already).

 In November 1947, as already noted, Muslim Pathan raiders carried away Hindu and Sikh girls from Kashmir and sold in the markets of Jhelum (in Pakistan).

These are accounts of enslavement by Muslim invaders and rulers mainly in Northern India. Enslavement was going on in earnest in far-off provinces across India, including Gujarat, Malwa, Jaunpur, Khandesh, Bengal, Mewad and the Deccan, which were either under the control of Delhi or were independent Muslim sultanates.

The records of enslavement in those regions were not always recorded systematically.

SURPRISINGLY, A FOREIGNER OPENS OUR EYES!!!


Very interesting!!

IF THIS IS TRUE, NOW YOU KNOW WHAT HAPPENS TO ALL THE MONEY COLLECTED BY TEMPLES IN INDIA.
SURPRISINGLY, A FOREIGNER OPENS OUR EYES!!!
Believe or not, a Foreign writer opens our eyes… The Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowment Act of 1951 allows State Governments and politicians to take over thousands of Hindu Temples and maintain complete control of the money in any way they choose.

A charge has been made not by any Temple authority, but by a foreign writer, Stephen Knapp, in a book Crimes Against India and the Need to Protect Ancient Vedic Tradition, published in the United States that makes shocking reading.
 Hundreds of temples in centuries past have been built in India by devout rulers and the donations given to them by devotees have been used for the benefit of the (other) people. If, presently, money collected has ever been misused (and that word needs to be defined), it is for the devotees to protest and not for any government to interfere.

This letter is what has been happening currently under an intrusive law. It would seem, for instance, that under a Temple Empowerment Act, about 43,000 temples in Andhra Pradesh have come under government control and only 18 per cent of the revenues of these temples have been returned for temple purposes, the remaining 82 per cent being used for purposes unstated. Apparently even the world famous Tirumala Tirupati Temple has not been spared.

According to Knapp, the temple collects over Rs 3,100 crores every year and the State Government has not denied the charge that as much as 85 per cent of this is transferred to the State Exchequer, much of which goes to causes that are not connected with the Hindu community. Was it for that reason that devotees make their offering to the temples?

Another charge that has been made is that the Andhra Government has also allowed the demolition of at least ten temples for the construction of golf courses. Imagine the outcry, writes Knapp, if ten mosques had been demolished. It would seem that in Karanataka, Rs. 79 crores were collected from about two lakh temples and from that, temples received Rs seven crores for their maintenance, Muslim madrassahs and Haj subsidy were given Rs 59 crore and churches about Rs 13 crore.

Very generous of the government! Because of this, Knapp writes, 25 per cent of the two lakh temples or about 50,000 temples in Karnataka will be closed down for lack of resources, and he adds: The only way the government can continue to do this is because people have not stood up enough to stop it. Knapp then refers to Kerala where, he says, funds from the Guruvayur Temple are diverted to other government projects denying improvement to 45 Hindu temples. Land belonging to the Ayyappa Temple, apparently has been grabbed and Church encroaches are occupying huge areas of forest land, running into thousands of acres, near Sabarimala.

 A charge is made that the Communist state government of Kerala wants to pass an Ordinance to disband the Travancore & Cochin Autonomous Devaswom Boards (TCDBs) and take over their limited independent authority of 1,800 Hindu temples. If what the author says is true, even the Maharashtra Government wants to take over some 450,000 temples in the state which would supply a huge amount of revenue to correct the states bankrupt conditions.

And, to top it all, Knapp says that in Orissa, the state government intends to sell over 70,000 acres of endowment lands from the Jagannath Temple, the proceeds of which would solve a huge financial crunch brought about by its own mismanagement of temple assets. Says Knapp:
Why such occurrences are so often not known is that the Indian media, especially the English television and press, are often anti-Hindu in their approach, and, thus, not inclined to give much coverage, and certainly no sympathy, for anything that may affect the Hindu community. Therefore, such government actions that play against the Hindu community go on without much or any attention attracted to them. Knapp obviously is on record.

If the facts produced by him are incorrect, it is up to the government to say so. It is quite possible that some individuals might have set up temples to deal with lucrative earnings. But, that, surely, is none of the governments’ business? Instead of taking over all earnings, the government surely can appoint local committees to look into temple affairs so that the amount discovered is fairly used for the public good? Says Knapp: Nowhere in the free, democratic world are the religious institutions managed, maligned and controlled by the government, thus denying the religious freedom of the people of the country. But it is happening in India.

Government officials have taken control of Hindu temples because they smell money in them, they recognise the indifference of Hindus, they are aware of the unlimited patience and tolerance of Hindus, they also know that it is not in the blood of Hindus to go to the streets to demonstrate, destroy property, threaten, loot, harm and/or kill. Many Hindus are sitting and watching the demise of their culture.

They need to express their views loud and clear. Knapp obviously does not know that should they do so, they would be damned as communalists. But, it is time someone asked the Government to lay down all the facts on the table so that the public would know what is happening behind its back.
 Robbing Peter to pay Paul is not secularism. And temples are not for looting, under any name. One thought ….. that Mohammad of Ghazni has long been dead?????

Brahmins and Gotra


SOME TIMES BY ; SANTOSH  BHATT

  In general, Gotra denotes any person who traces descent in an unbroken male line from a common male ancestor.

Panini defines Gotra for grammatical purposes as '' apatyam pautraprabhrti gotram'' (IV. 1. 162),

Which means 'the word Gotra comes as progeny (of a sage) beginning with the son's son. When a person says ' I am Kashypasa-gotra, ' he means that he traces his descendt from the ancient sage Kashyapa.
By unbroken male descent. According to the Baudhâyanas'rauta-sûtra Viśvāmitra, Jamadagni, Bharadvâja, Gautama, Atri, Vasishtha, Kashyapa and Agastya are 8 sages;

the progeny of these eight sages is declared to be gotras. This enumeration of eight primary gotras seems to have been known to Pānini. These gotras are not directly connected to Prajapathy or latter brama.

The offspring (apatya) of these eight are gotras and others than these are called ' Gotrâvayava '.[24]

The Gotras are arranged in groups, e. g. there are according to the Âsvalâyana-srautasûtra four subdivisions of the Vasishtha gana, viz. Upamanyu, Parāshara, Kundina and Vasishtha (other than the first three).

Each of these four again has numerous sub-sections, each being called gotra. So the arrangement is first into Ganas, then into Pakshas, then into Individual gotras.

The first has survived in the Bhrigu and Āngirasa gana. According to Baudh., the principal eight gotras were divided into pakshas. The pravara of Upamanyu is Vasishtha, Bharadvasu, Indrapramada;

The pravara of the Parâshara gotra is Vasishtha, Shâktya, Pârâsharya; the pravara of the Kundina gotra is Vasishtha, Maitrâvaruna, Kaundinya and the pravara of Vasishthas other than these three is simply Vasishtha. It is therefore that some define pravara as the group of sages that distinguishes the founder (lit. the starter) of one gotra from another.

There are two kinds of pravaras, 1) sishya-prasishya-rishi-parampara, and 2) putrparampara. Gotrapravaras can be ekarsheya, dwarsheya, triarsheya, pancharsheya, saptarsheya, and up to 19 rishis. Kashyapasa gotra has at least two distinct pravaras in Andhra Pradesh: one with three sages (triarsheya pravara) and the other with seven sages (saptarsheya pravara).

This pravara may be either sishya-prasishya-rishi-parampara or putraparampara. When it is sishya-prasishya-rishi-parampara marriage is not acceptable if half or more than half of the rishis are same in both bride and bridegroom gotras. If it is putraparampara, marriage is totally unacceptable even if one rishi matches.[25] sandilya gotra one a gotra of brahmins.about a month ago · 

Gotra A term applied to a clan, a group of families, or a lineage – exogamous and patrilineal – whose members trace their descent to a common ancestor, usually a sage of ancient times.

A gotra is of immense importance to a Hindu for it shores up his identity. All Hindu ceremonies require a statement of the gotra. A devout Hindu speaks out his gotra and pravara every day in the morning. Gotra also comes of use during the performance of the rites of passage or sanskaras. People of the same gotra (sagotra) are not allowed to marry, to prevent inbreeding. At weddings, the gotra of the bride and the groom are proclaimed aloud to establish that they are not breaking this socially ordained genetic precaution. Marriages between certain gotras are also not allowed; for instance, marriages between those of the Vasishtha and Vishvamitra gotras are not permitted. This is because these two sages were opponents and their descendants are traditional foes.

In olden times, every gotra had a definite task to perform. Thus every Veda had priests of specific gotras for their narration and teaching. Certain sacrifices require priests of a specific gotra only.

There are 49 established Hindu gotras. All members of a particular gotra are believed to possess certain common characteristics by way of nature or profession. Many theories have been propounded to explain this system. According to the brahminical theory, the Brahmins are the direct descendants of seven or eight sages who are believed to be the mind-born sons of Brahma. They are Gautama, Bharadvaja, Vishvamitra, Jamadagni, Vasishtha, Kashyapa and Atri. To this list, Agastya is also sometimes added. These eight sages are called gotrakarins from whom all the 49 gotras (especially of the Brahmins) have evolved. For instance, from Atri sprang the Atreya and Gavisthiras gotras. According to this theory, the Kshatriyas and Vaishyas do not have a gotra and are to Gotraspeak out the gotras of their Purohita during the various ceremonies. However according to some Kshatriyas and Vaishyas, they are also descendants of these sages. Because of this, many a time a Brahmin, Kshatriya and a Vaishya claim the same gotra. The members of a gotra however need not necessarily be blood relations, but could be spiritual inheritors or descendants of a guru’s pupils.

Among the Kshatriyas, Rajputs claim to be the direct descendants of the Sun (Suryavanshi), the moon (Chandravanshi) or the fire (Agnikula). They are also divided into numerous clans, each bearing the name of some great ancestor. Similarly every caste and class of the Hindus is divided into many clans.

In olden times the members of the brahminical gotras had certain characteristic features distinguishing them from the others: the Bhargavas had their heads shaven, the Angirasas wore five braids and so on.

Gotra closely connected with the concept of gotra is that of pravara which is the invocation of Agni by the name of the ancestral sage of whichever Brahmin consecrates the sacrificial fire. As a rule, there are not more than four or five sages in one pravara. Two gotras having a common pravara are not allowed to marry. For instance those of the Kashyapa and Shandilya gotras cannot intermarry because they share the same sage, Asita, in their pravaras.

Abhivada, the formal proclamation of one’s ancestry, is only enjoined upon ‘twice-born’ (see also Upanayanam) males. It includes not just the gotra and pravara but, for a Brahmin, the Veda to which he ‘belongs’, the Sutra or Vedic interpretation favored by his gotra and finally his own name. It is said with the thumb behind the ears, in the traditional gesture of invoking ancestors. Today’s great classical musicians invoke their gurus similarly before beginning a concert.

Vasishtha, Maitra – Varuna, Kaundinya Trayarishiya gotre, Apastambha sutra, Yajushtagadhyayi, Sri Parashuraman Sharmana aham asmiboho. In the Rig-Veda (see Veda), the word gotra means a ‘cowpen’. In the Vedic period, marriage within the family was a common occurrence. The term gotra was used in its present sense for the first time in the Brahmanas. It was systematised by about the 4th century BC to accommodate changed social rules and laws and by the time of the Sutras, it was a well-established system. Even today almost all families abide by its rules.

 Now on Modern day thinking if I add my 2 cents worth of opinion on subject is If we take 1 and divide in to Half i.e 1/ .5 what we get after ten generation is negligible portion.

Let me describe it in detail. One man and One woman. who tie holy matrimony and start Family, They have Kids either Baby Boy or Baby Girl who marries now let us go back to original man who mixed his blood or lineage with Woman, In modern time X and Y and new generation is born.

Now if you divide like that what is significance of Gotra after 10 generation ? is a Million Dollar question to be asked.

Any one wants to throw light on subject and enlighten me. I shall really appreciate it..

We Brahmins are Educated clan and have always been smart in our out of Box thinking and approach.

Isn't it time to have modern aproch so our society can benefit and we can progress.

Please read my article on VARNA VYAVASTHA / CAST ARRANGEMENTS. written in webdunia.com which is English translation of original Hindi article on subject.

આ લેખ બ્રાહ્મણો માટે છે . ૮૪ બ્રાહ્મણોની યાદી (૧) સીધ્ધપુરા ઔદીચ્ય (૨) સીહોરા ઔદીચ્ય (૩) ટોળકીયા ઔદીચ્ય (૪) વડનગરા નાગર (૫) વીસનગરા નાગર (૬) સાઠોદરા નાગર (૭) પ્રશ્નોલા નાગર (૮) ક્રષ્ણોરા નાગર (૯) સાચોરા (૧૦) ઉદમ્બરા (૧૧) નરસાધરા (૧૨) વલાદરા (૧૩) પંગોરા (૧૪)નાંદોદરા(૧૫) ગીરનારા (૧૬) સોમપરા (૧૭) હરસોરા (૧૮) સજોધરા (૧૯) ગંગાપુત્રા (૨૦) મોઢમીત્રા (૨૧) ગૌમીત્રા (૨૨) ચીત્રોદા નાગર (૨૩) શ્રીગોડા (૨૪) ગુર્જર ગોડા (૨૫) કરોડા (૨૬) ્વાયકા (૨૭) ભટ્ટ મેવાડા (૨૮) ત્રીવાડી મેવાડા (૨૯) દ્રાવીડા (૩૦) દેશાવાલ (૩૧) રાયકવાલ(૩૨) રોઢવાલ (૩૩) ખેડાવાળ (૩૪) સિંધુવાલ (૩૫) પલ્લીવાલ (૩૬) ગોમતીવાલ(૩૭) ઇટાવાલ (૩૮) મેડતાવાલ (૩૯) ગયાવાલ (૪૦) અગસ્ત્યાવાલ (૪૧) પ્રેતવાલ (૪૨) યાજ્ઞિક્વાલ (૪૩) ઘોડવાલ (૪૪) પુડવાલ (૪૫) ઉનેવાળ (૪૬) રજવાલ (૪૭) કનોજીયા (૪૮) સરવરીયા (૪૯) કંડોલીયા (૫૦) કરખડીયા (૫૧) પટવાલીયા (૫૨) સોરઠીયા (૫૩) તંગમોડિયા (૫૪) સણોઠિયા (૫૫) વંશવઘા (૫૬) મોતારા (૫૭) ઝારોળા (૫૮) રામપુળા (૫૯) કપીળા (૬૦) અક્ષયમંગળા (૬૧) ઘુગરી (૬૨) નાયલ (૬૩) અનાવળા (૬૪) શ્રીમાળી (૬૫) ત્રીવેદી મોઢ (૬૬) ચતુર્વેદી મોઢ (૬૭) વાલ્મીક (૬૮) વારદીક (૬૯) કલીંગા (૭૦) તિલિંગા (૭૧) ભાર્ગવ (૭૨) માલવી (૭૩) નંદુઆણા (૭૪) ભરથાણા (૭૫) પુષ્કર્ણા (૭૬) સારસ્વત (૭૭) ખડાયતા (૭૮) મારુ (૭૯) દાહીમા (૮૦) ચોવીસા (૮૧) જાંબુ (૮૨) મરેઠા મહારાષ્ટ્ર(૮૩) દધીચ (૮૪) લલાટ ઉનાગામના રહેવાસી ઉનેવાળ .વીભાગ ૧૮ છે.ઇ .સ .૧૩૦૪ માં સોમનાથ ઉપર અલ્લાઉદીન તથા અહમદશાહના વખતમાં લડાઇ થઇ તે વખતે ઉનેવાળ બ્રાહ્મણોને સહન કરવુ પડ્યુ .મહંમદ ગઝનીએ ૧૦૨૬ માં સોમતાથ પર ચઢાઇ કરી ત્યારે મુસ્લીમ લશ્કરનો સામનો કરી સહન કર્યુ .પરીણામે ઉનેવાળોને ઉના છોડવુ પડ્યુ અને કોડીનાર પાસે છારા ગામમાં વસ્યા તે છારીયા .ખેડા જીલ્લામાં બાજ -બાજવા તરફ ગયા તે બાજિયા નાથળ ગામમાં વસ્યા તે નાથળીયા ઉનેવાળ બ્રાહ્મણ કહેવાયા- નાથેર પંથકમાં સોરઠ પંથકમા વસ્યાતે નાથેરવાસી સોરથવાસી બ્રાહ્મણ કહેવાયા તે જ રીતે વલાદરાઓને વલાદ છોડવુ પડ્યુ અને વલાદ્રા કહેવાયા અને દરેકના ઇસ્ટ્દેવ -દેવી અલગ અલગ નામ હોવા છતા દરેકનો ઇતીહાસ ક્યાંકને ક્યાંક સરખો છે જેમ સાંચોરમાંથી સાંચેરા બ્રાહ્મણ તેમનો ઇતીહાસ માતાજીનો બાલામાતા જેવોજ છે જે અમે ગયા હતા અને દર્શન પણ કરેલા .સુર્યના ચાર સ્વરુપ બાલાર્ક .તરુણાર્કવ્રુધ્દાર્ક.સીધ્ધાર્ક …જ્યારે કોટ્યાર્ક પ્રભુનુ મંદીર પણ છે .કાઠી લોકો પણ સુર્યની પુજા કરતા અને આજે સુર્યના મંદીરો ઘણા છે .
ब्राह्मणों की वंशावली भविष्य पुराण
ब्राह्मणों की वंशावली भविष्य पुराण के अनुसार ब्राह्मणों का इतिहास है की प्राचीन काल में महर्षि कश्यप के पुत्र कण्वय की आर्यावनी नाम की देव कन्या पत्नी हुई.ब्रम्हा की आज्ञा से दोनों कुरुक्षेत्र वासनी सरस्वती नदी के तट पर गये और कण् व चतुर्वेदमय सूक्तों में सरस्वती देवी की स्तुति करने लगे एक वर्ष बीत जाने पर वह देवी प्रसन्न हो वहां आयीं और ब्राम्हणो की समृद्धि के लिये उन्हें वरदान दिया .वरदान के प्रभाव से कण्वय के आर्य बुद्धिवाले दस पुत्र हुए जिनका क्रमानुसार नाम थाउपाध्याय, दीक्षित, पाठक, शुक्ला, मिश्रा, अग्निहोत्री, दुबे, तिवारी, पाण्डेय,और चतुर्वेदी . इन लोगो का जैसा नाम था वैसा ही गुण. इन लोगो ने नत मस्तक हो सरस्वती देवी को प्रसन्न किया. बारह वर्ष की अवस्था वाले उन लोगो को भक्तवत्सला शारदा देवी ने अपनी कन्याए प्रदान की. उनके क्रमशः नाम हुए उपाध्यायी, दीक्षिता, पाठकी, शुक्लिका, मिश्राणी, अग्निहोत्रिधी, द्विवेदिनी, तिवेदिनी पाण्ड्यायनी,और चतुर्वेदिनी कहलायीं. फिर उन कन्याओं के भी अपने-अपने पति से सोलह-सोलह पुत्र हुए हैं वे सब गोत्रकार हुए जिनका नाम –
कष्यप, भरद्वाज, विश्वामित्र, गौतम, जमदग्रि, वसिष्ठ, वत्स, गौतम, पराशर, गर्ग, अत्रि, भृगडत्र, अंगिरा, श्रंगी, कात्याय,और याज्ञवल्क्य। इन नामो से सोलह-सोलह पुत्र जाने जाते हैं.
मुख्य 10 प्रकार ब्राम्हणों ये हैं-
(1) तैलंगा, (2) महार्राष्ट्रा, (3) गुर्जर, (4) द्रविड, (5) कर्णटिका, यह पांच "द्रविण" कहे जाते हैं, ये विन्ध्यांचल के दक्षिण में पाय जाते हैं.तथा विंध्यांचल के उत्तर मं पाये जाने वाले या वास करने वाले ब्राम्हण
(1) सारस्वत, (2) कान्यकुब्ज, (3) गौड़, (4) मैथिल, (5) उत्कलये, उत्तर के पंच गौड़ कहे जाते हैं. वैसे ब्राम्हण अनेक हैं जिनका वर्णन आगे लिखा है. ऐसी संख्या मुख्य 115 की है. शाखा भेद अनेक हैं . इनके अलावा संकर जाति ब्राम्हण अनेक है .यहां मिली जुली उत्तर व दक्षिण के ब्राम्हणों की नामावली 115 की दे रहा हूं. जो एक से दो और 2 से 5 और 5 से 10 और 10 से 84 भेद हुए हैं फिर उत्तर व दक्षिण के ब्राम्हण की संख्या शाखा भेद से 230 के लगभग है . तथा और भी शाखा भेद हुए हैं. जो लगभग 300 के करीब ब्राम्हण भेदों की संख्या का लेखा पाया गया है. उत्तर व दक्षिणी ब्राम्हणां के भेद इस प्रकार है 81 ब्राम्हाणां की 31 शाखा कुल 115 ब्राम्हण संख्या
(1) गौड़ ब्राम्हण, (2)मालवी गौड़ ब्राम्हण, (3) श्री गौड़ ब्राम्हण, (4) गंगापुत्र गौडत्र ब्राम्हण, (5) हरियाणा गौड़ ब्राम्हण, (6) वशिष्ठ गौड़ ब्राम्हण, (7) शोरथ गौड ब्राम्हण, (8) दालभ्य गौड़ ब्राम्हण, (9) सुखसेन गौड़ ब्राम्हण, (10) भटनागर गौड़ ब्राम्हण, (11) सूरजध्वज गौड ब्राम्हण(षोभर), (12) मथुरा के चौबे ब्राम्हण, (13) वाल्मीकि ब्राम्हण, (14) रायकवाल ब्राम्हण, (15) गोमित्र ब्राम्हण, (16) दायमा ब्राम्हण, (17) सारस्वत ब्राम्हण, (18) मैथल ब्राम्हण, (19) कान्यकुब्ज ब्राम्हण, (20) उत्कल ब्राम्हण, (21) सरवरिया ब्राम्हण, (22) पराशर ब्राम्हण, (23) सनोडिया या सनाड्य, (24)मित्र गौड़ ब्राम्हण, (25) कपिल ब्राम्हण, (26) तलाजिये ब्राम्हण, (27) खेटुवे ब्राम्हण, (28) नारदी ब्राम्हण, (29) चन्द्रसर ब्राम्हण, (30)वलादरे ब्राम्हण, (31) गयावाल ब्राम्हण, (32) ओडये ब्राम्हण, (33) आभीर ब्राम्हण, (34) पल्लीवास ब्राम्हण, (35) लेटवास ब्राम्हण, (36) सोमपुरा ब्राम्हण, (37) काबोद सिद्धि ब्राम्हण, (38) नदोर्या ब्राम्हण, (39) भारती ब्राम्हण, (40) पुश्करर्णी ब्राम्हण, (41) गरुड़ गलिया ब्राम्हण, (42) भार्गव ब्राम्हण, (43) नार्मदीय ब्राम्हण, (44) नन्दवाण ब्राम्हण, (45) मैत्रयणी ब्राम्हण, (46) अभिल्ल ब्राम्हण, (47) मध्यान्दिनीय ब्राम्हण, (48) टोलक ब्राम्हण, (49) श्रीमाली ब्राम्हण, (50) पोरवाल बनिये ब्राम्हण, (51) श्रीमाली वैष्य ब्राम्हण (52) तांगड़ ब्राम्हण, (53) सिंध ब्राम्हण, (54) त्रिवेदी म्होड ब्राम्हण, (55) इग्यर्शण ब्राम्हण, (56) धनोजा म्होड ब्राम्हण, (57) गौभुज ब्राम्हण, (58) अट्टालजर ब्राम्हण, (59) मधुकर ब्राम्हण, (60) मंडलपुरवासी ब्राम्हण, (61) खड़ायते ब्राम्हण, (62) बाजरखेड़ा वाल ब्राम्हण, (63) भीतरखेड़ा वाल ब्राम्हण, (64) लाढवनिये ब्राम्हण, (65) झारोला ब्राम्हण, (66) अंतरदेवी ब्राम्हण, (67) गालव ब्राम्हण, (68) गिरनारे ब्राम्हण
सभी ब्राह्मण बंधुओ को मेरा नमस्कार बहुत दुर्लभ जानकारी है जरूर पढ़े। और समाज में शेयर करे इस तरह ब्राह्मणों की उत्पत्ति और इतिहास के साथ इनका विस्तार अलग अलग राज्यो में हुआ और ये उस राज्य के ब्राह्मण कहलाये। ब्राह्मण बिना धरती की कल्पना ही नहीं की जा सकती
Shri Suktam Rug Ved…Fal shruti… वरांकुशौ पाशमभीतिमुद्रां करैर्वहन्तीं कमलासनस्थाम्
बालार्क कोटि प्रतिभां त्रिणेत्रां भजेहमाद्यां जग।दीश्वरीं ताम् ॥ 30॥
આવો આપણે બ્રાહ્મણોની અવટંક-અટક વીશે જાણીએ પ્રારંભમાં બ્રાહ્મણોમાં અટક ન હતી .ઋગ્વેદાદી ગ્રંથોમાં તેઓ નામથી ઓળખાતા જેમકે વીસ્વામીત્ર.વસીષ્ઠ.જમદજ્ઞી .આ ૠષીઓની અટક મલતી નથી .અહી એ પણ નોધવુ જરુરી છે કે ક્ષત્રીય -વૈષ્ય વર્ણમાં પણ અટક ન હતી . આ બધા નામથી ઓળખાતા કાળાન્તરે સ્વીકારેલ વ્યવસાયના આધારે તેની તે "ઓળખ" થઇ .પછીથી તે સંબંધીત વ્યક્તીની અવટંક-અટક બની .અટકને પ્રારંભમાં ઉપનામ કે પદવી કહેવાતી .બ્રાહ્મણોના આરંભ-વીકાસનો અભ્યાસ જરુરી છે .અહી થોડીક માહીતી પ્રપ્ત છે તે સમજવુ જરુરી છે
I will list down here some Brahmin surnames I have come across over the years -note that there are some surnames which are shared across castes – they denote place of origin (like the -kar surnames of Maharashtra), occupation amongst other things, and are not exclusive to a caste. Also, the list is heavily biased to
1. Bhatt
2. Joshi
3. Pandit
4. Kulkarni (not exclusive, but common)
5. Dwivedi, Trivedi, Chaturvedi and Tripathy
6. Pant, Sharma, Mishra, Dixit, Tiwari/Tewari, Jha, Bahuguna
7. Fadnavis, Phadnis or Phadnavis (again common but not exclusive)
8. Acharya, Upadhyay, Shastri, Pandey, Panda
9. Bhattacharya Bannerjee, Bonnerjee, Chatterjee, Mukherjee& Ganguly(Bengali Brahmin surnames)Kaul, Raina, Haksar, Tikoo, Mattoo, Dhar, Kak, Sapru,Sopori, Razdan (Kashmiri Pandit surnames)
10. Bhargava, Vashishta, Rasgotra
11. Assamese Brahmins list of SurnamesBaruah .Bez Baruah .Bujar Barua .Chandra BaruaRam Barua Prasad Barua .Gobinda BaruaAcharya / Acharjee .Bhattacharya / BhattacharjeeBhagavati .Bardalai .Gain .Goswami .Sharma
Siddhanta .Thakur .Pathak
Brahmin (/ˈbrɑːmənə/; ब्राह्मण) is a varna (class, caste) in Hinduism specialising as priests of sacred learning across generations.[1][2][3] Brahmins used to survive on the donations they used to earn fromreligiousrituals called "Daan" by following the religion ie. "Dharma".They were traditionally responsible for religious rituals in temples, as intermediaries between temple deities and devotees, as well as rite of passage rituals such as solemnising a wedding with hymns and prayers.[3][4] However Indian texts suggest that Brahmins were often agriculturalistsin medieval India.[4][5]
the following rules of conduct for a Brahmin
• Be always truthful
• Conduct himself as an Aryan
• Teach his art only to virtuous men
• Follow rules of ritual purification
• Study Vedas with delight
• Never hurt any living creature
• Be gentle but steadfast
• Have self-control
• Be kind, liberal towards everyone
વ્યવસાય ——- અટક – – ધર્મોપદેશ કરનાર —— આચાર્ય – સમીપ બેસી અધ્યાય વાંચનાર ——— ઉપાદ્યાય – જ્યોતીશશાસ્ત્રનો જ્ઞાતા —— — જોશી-જોષી યજ્ઞ કરનાર -કરાવનાર ——– યાજ્ઞીક -જાની -[ ગામનો પ્રમુખ અધીકારી ———— ઠક્કુર-ઠાકર — બે વેદનો પાઠ કરનાર ——– દ્વીવેદી -દવે — ત્રણ વેદનો પાઠ કરનાર ——— ત્રીવેદી -તરવાડી — ચાર વેદનો પાઠ કરનાર ———– ચતુર્વેદી — શાસ્ત્ર ભણેલ-ભણાવનાર ——— પંડીત -પંડ્યા — દીક્ષા આપનાર ———– દીક્ષીત — ગામના ગુરુ-ગોર ———– પુરોહીત — વેદશાસ્ત્રનુ પારાયણ કરનાર ———- પાઠક — સરકારી કામ કરનાર ——— મહત્પદા-મહેતા — યુધ્ધશાસ્ત્રમાં હોશીયાર -બહાદુર —— —- ભટ્ટ — પુરાણ વાંચનાર(પુરાણી) ——– વ્યાસ — શુધ્ધ ઉપજીવીકા કરનાર ———- શુક્લ —- રાજ્યના ગુરુ ———- — રાજગુરુ-રજ્યકુલ્ય-રાવલ ——-
— હુ માનુ છુ કે આ લેખ આપને ગમશે -.

BHATT MEWADA VARTMAN EDI-4 / Chimanlal Bhatt


BHATT MEWADA VARTMAN EDI-4

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