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List of Brahmins

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This is a list of people who belong to the Brahmin caste.

Historical figures

Actors

India independence activists

Intellectuals

Military

Musicians

Politicians

MPs and MLAs

Chief Ministers

Presidents of India

Prime Ministers of India

Spiritual people

Writers and poets

List of Notable Brahmins from Nepal

Notable Maithail Brahmin from Nepal

See also

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