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  1. HariPrasad

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    Hi friends. Namaskar to every one. I am a defense enthusiast from India. I am a management accountant by profession and like to discuss, defense, strategic and economic issues. I am a member of various forum having over 17000 post on various forum. I hope to learn and discuss here various defense related developments and issues and strategies particularly of US, Russia and Europe. I hope to have some nice discussion with you good guys and hope to make friends here. I hope that I will be able to contribute positively on this forum.
     
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    Hi, @HariPrasad.
    I'll repeat my question to @Indx-techs:
    Who are kshatriya, and what is their law? What they can feel as other humans, and what make them wicked?
    Hint: Mahabharat, Story about boards for making fire.
     
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    Indian social structure was made in in a unique way in which society was devided in 4 parts. Those who are intellectuals must to the work of reading, writing , thinking for society, make governing principles and do R & D in critical areas such as ethic of rulers, distribution of wealth, duties of individuals and classes, invent properties of medicine for health of human beings, invet the science of making houses, palaces, temples etc. They were called Brahmins and they are not supposed to keep any wealth with them. I am a Brahmin.

    Kshtriyas were a class entrusted with administration and security of kingdom. They supposed to be brave and committed to security of people and society and they were supposed to be very competent to use weapon.

    One more class of Vaishya, who wer supposed to do business and trade. Their responsibility was to feed the society.

    Kshudras were supposed to d the service of society.

    Evry class had their defined duties and they were supposed to perform it.

    Kshatriya consider themselves as a ruling class with a duty to protect society. And what make them wicked? Anybody can be wicked.
     
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    I know. And also there were Chandala/Panchala/Dalit "fifth varna". Actually I wanna your translation of Yudhashitra answer from Mahabharat.
     
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    No you are not right. There are only 4 varna as per vadic tradition. Then society developed cost among the varna and subcast among the cast. What you are referring to are sub casts. Among kshatriya, there were chandra vanshi, surya vanshis, raghu vanshis etc. Brahmans are identified with their Gotra.
     
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    But "fifth varna" - "untouchable". Formally they are not "varna", but they are part of Indian society.
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dalit
     
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    There was no untouchable in vedas. It is a flaw came into our society after Mughals invaded india. After all this is a thousands of years of old civilization. Many bad customs which has cheeped into our society. We fought with many and eradicated them like sati, we are successful in dealing with other bad customs like untouchability , child marriage etc.
     
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    Really? And what is said in 26.2 of Yadjurveda? "Everybody have right to learn vedas - bramins, kshatriya, vaysja, shudra, untouchable chandalas, outcasts and degradants." May be, my understanding is wrong? Tell me your translation.
     
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    You are absolutely wrong. You seem to have learned the translation of Mx muller. There is no untouchable word in vedas.
     
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