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Hindu Brahmins are members of the highest-ranking caste in the Hindu varna system. They are traditionally priests, teachers, and scholars of spiritual and philosophical texts. Viswabrahmins are a sub-caste of Hindu Brahmins, distinguished by their place of origin. They are traditionally from the states of Andhra Pradesh,Uttar pradesh and Telangana.
Hindu Brahmin-Viswabrahmin is a caste of Brahmins, who are the highest of the four social classes in Hinduism. This caste is traditionally considered to be the most knowledgeable and pure of the four castes.
Brahmin-Viswabrahmin are typically vegetarians, and follow a strict code of conduct known as the Vedic lifestyle. The Vedic lifestyle includes abstaining from meat and intoxicants, following a strict vegetarian diet, and adhering to certain rules of conduct such as observing celibacy.
Customs, Traditions and Rituals: Brahmin-Viswabrahmin customs and traditions are based on the ancient Hindu scriptures such as the Vedas, Upanishads and the Bhagavad Gita. These scriptures are the basis of the Brahmin-Viswabrahmin lifestyle and are followed by the members of this caste.
Brahmin-Viswabrahmin traditionally perform a number of rituals and ceremonies throughout the year. These include major life cycle events such as birth, marriage, death and initiation into the Brahmin caste. These ceremonies are usually performed at the home of the family, and involve the offering of prayers, chanting of mantras and the offering of food and flowers to the gods and goddesses.
Traditions and Festivals: Brahmin-Viswabrahmin celebrate several festivals throughout the year. Some of the most important ones include Diwali, Holi, Raksha Bandhan, Janmashtami and Navratri. These festivals are celebrated with great fanfare and involve the offering of prayers, singing of devotional songs, decorating the home and offering of food to the gods.
In addition to the festivals, Brahmin-Viswabrahmin also observe fasts during certain days of the year, such as Ekadashi and Mahashivratri. These fasts are observed to seek the blessings of the gods and goddesses, and to purify the body and soul.