Brahmins of Bengal, India by Anonymous

Brahmins of Bengal, India


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Brahmins of Bengal, India


Brahmins of Bengal, India. Hinduism Brahmin is a Term in the Traditional Hindu Societies of India and Nepal.Bengal is a Historical and Geographical Region in the East Region of the Indian Subcontinent at the Apex of the Bay of Bengal. Today, It is Mainly Divided Between the Sovereign Land of People's Republic of Bangladesh (Previously East Bengal / East Pakistan) and the Indian State of West Bengal, Although Some Regions of the Previous Kingdoms of Bengal (During Local Monarchical Regimes and British Rule) Are Now Part of the Neighboring Indian States of Bihar, Jharkhand, Assam, Tripura and Orissa. The Majority of Bengal is Inhabited by Bengali People.

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