The decline of the brahmin and kshatriya castes

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  1. Lee40

    Lee40 New Member

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    So Indians, explain this to me:

    Your country was rich when youir brahmins or kshatriya were in power.

    The brahmin castes are people who love books but have no power and lack stomach for fighting. The kshatriya castes fight in the army as cannon fodder without questioning their superiors or look for coin in other professions or countries.

    So does this mean that the traditional brahmin and kshatriya castes have no political power in India today and accept the superiority of inferior castes and tribals in politics?
     
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  3. punjab47

    punjab47 महाबलामहावीर्यामहासत्यपराक्रमासर्वाग्रेक्षत्रियाजट Banned

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    No, most live in village & rule their area. As economy builds up you'll see real faces.

    Look at who leaders of elite units, or biggest generals are.

    All Ksytrias

    The British bought media just portrays a South India centric secular image.

    Will be fun to burn little Hans like before though.
     
  4. Sakal Gharelu Ustad

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    Thread closed. Another chicom flaimbait attempt.
     
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