These results could be due to the fact that the genetic improvement of the Brahman
herds is added to the agroecological conditions of production units, which translates into greater weight of the animals (2, 16).
cows with calves sold for excellent prices.
Ludden, "In the seventh century, the Pusyabuti king Harsha moved his capital to Kanyakubja and celebrated the event with a land grant to two Brahmans
Rivals The Pirates are more Black beard than Jack Sparrow but the Brahmans
are named after a tough Outback bull capable of piercing a pick-up truck.
crossbred cows perform well in the southern United States, so they are widely used there.
The greater ritual purity of the Brahmans
was generally associated with a metaphysical speculation of a higher order by those Westerners intent upon discovering in Hinduism either a species of monotheism or something approximating to deism.
While it is common for Brahmans
to have jobs in the secular world, many take on their prescribed religious responsibilities when they are older.
In other words, Brahmanic values deny the existence of Sudra values not shared by Brahmans
(the space coded 01) and all other non-Brahmanic, non-Sudra religious values in the Universe of discourse.
2) The version of Palladius is introduced, in the MSS of Palladius himself as distinct from those of the Alexander Romance, by a short general account of the Brahmans
which the author sends to an unnamed friend (A).
Given the important role that Brahmans
once played in debates over
UB's triumvirate of Krissa Madalogdog, Kimberly Jamilla, and Cyren Montecer each had 11 points to lead the Lady Brahmans
Forty two female animals were sold for an average N$12,000, with the highest price of N$31,000 paid by Willem Groenewald for a Brahman
cow of Ebbi Fischer.