브라만 목록 - List of Brahmins

이것은 브라만 카스트에 속한 주목할만한 사람들의 목록입니다 .

역사적 인물

배우

여배우

인도 독립 운동

Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics

Social sciences

음악가

노벨상 수상자

정치인

의원과 MLAs

Chief Ministers

인도 대통령

Prime Ministers of India

Spiritual people

Writers and poets

Criminals

See also

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