A Brahman and a servant for carrying the sandal were sent with the Puri, and given their travelling expenses.
At a rest-house by the way I noticed a Brahman, and went to see if he would listen.
Now is the time,” answers the Brahman, “to recall if you have ever done good to any one, and if so to call him to your aid.
The Brahman, still more sad, asked the Road to give him its opinion.
And Brahman has been defined as that from which there proceed the origination, sustentation, and retractation of this world.
The law of Manu hinges on the superiority of the Brahman over the other castes.
The old woman went away crying with joy, and promising to worship the sun in the way the wood-fairies had instructed the Brahman.
Little is said of earning a living; the Brahman is not to be worldly, but he is to be independent if he can.
He attempts to fix the idea of the world-soul or Brahman more clearly than had been done in earlier theories.
King of the Sakyas, you forget yourself, I am a Brahman and of noble birth.