Life Quality


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       Ensuring future and quality of Brahmin life
The Brahmin community’s challenge for the next generation is ensuring the future survival and quality of Brahmin life. In fact, Brahmins enjoy greater opportunities than ever before to lead a creative Brahmin life, and many are doing so to degrees never imagined by their parents and grandparents.
Conversely, a larger number are choosing to withdraw from Brahmin communal life. Secular education and sociopolitical developments are some reasons for educated Brahmins to avoid participation in any kind of Brahmin related associations and programs. Family, temple, youth activities, and school are the primary vehicles of securing Brahmin continuity. Initiatives should be targeted to those institutions that can help Brahmins religiously and spiritually, strengthen Brahmin families, and enhance Brahmin/Vedic/Scriptural knowledge and improve self-image through study programs, seminars, and Sanskrit and Vedic literacy missions

Brahmin organizations should initiate study courses and programs in chapters designed for their own members. Leadership enhancement programs for both volunteers and professionals are necessary to transform the Brahmin culture of Brahmin organizations.


       Swami Vivekandanda’s call on becoming ideal Brahmin

Indian to preach Vedantic religion on attaining highest spirituality and philosopher, Swami Vivekananda gave clarion call century back on becoming ideal Brahmin for prosperity and welfare of India. In his words “oh, India, this is your terrible danger. The spell of imitating the West is getting such a hold upon you, that what is good or what is bad, is no longer decided by reason, judgment, discrimination or reference to the Sastras. Whatever ideas, whatever manners the white men praise or like, are good, whatever things they dislike or censure, are bad! Alas! What can be more tangible proof of foolishness than this? With this mere echoing of others, with this base imitation of others, with this dependence on others wouldst thou, with these provisions only, scale the highest pinnacle of civilization and greatness? Wouldst thou attain by means of thy disgraceful cowardice, that freedom deserved only by the brave and the heroic?

Remember always, that there is not in the world any other country whose institutions are really better in their arms and objects than the institutions of this land. I have seen castes in almost every country in the world, but nowhere is their plan and purpose so glorious as here. If caste is thus unavoidable, I would rather have caste of purity and culture and self-sacrifice than a caste of dollars. Therefore, our solutions of the caste question is not degrading those who are already high up, is not running amuck through food and drink, in not jumping, out of our own limits in order to have more enjoyment, but it comes by every one of us fulfilling the dictates of our Vedantic religion, by our attaining spiritually, and by our becoming the ideal Brahmin.

Our ideal is the Brahmin of spiritual culture and renunciation. By the Brahmin ideal what do I mean? I mean the ideal Brahmin ness in which worldliness is altogether absent and our true wisdom is abundantly present. This is the ideal of the Hindu race.” Now question comes how to imbibe the spirit of true Brahmin ness in the mindset of our young generations. This can be done only by utilizing and spreading our immortal treasure of ancient knowledge among mass.

       Various Brahmin forums of the world

Multilingual Brahmin convention (Bahu-Bhashik Brahman Maha Adhiveshan) held at Pune, Maharastra on 24-25 January, 2009, was inaugurated by Shankaracharya of Kanchi, Kamakoti Jayendra Saraswati and was attended by Delhi Chief Minister, Shila Dikshit, and others unequivocally asserted community’s social, educational and political rights and to establish educational and professional institutions and run them within the framework of law to fulfill the requirement of Brahmin students. The Brahman Convention 2007, organised by the World Brahman Federation (WBF), in Secaucus, New Jersey, USA called for a merit-based society in India. Ashok Trivedi, CEO, iGate Corporation, spoke of how a knowledge-based economy benefits the world. "Brahmanic values and its importance in the world" was also discussed at World Brahmin convention held in Washington (DC) from May 25 to June 3, 2007 in which delegates from 120 countries participated. Similarly various forum of Brahmin exists in different parts of the world viz. Vishwa Brahman Mahasabha, Sarv Brahmin Mahasabha, World Sanatan Dharm Federation WSDF, Brahmin Samaj of North America and Canada, Brahman Maha Sabha of Mauritius, Brahman International, Brahman Samaj Netherlands, Singapore Dakshina Bharatha Brahmana Sabha, Sanatan Dharma Sidhant Prakashak Sabha Netherlands, Brahman Samaj, Australia, UK, Nepal; Assam Brahmin Samaj, Kerala Brahmana Sabha, Shri Brahmin Sabha Punjab, Brahmin Sabha, Fatehabad, Haryana, Sanatan Brahman Samaj, Patna; Tamil Nadu Brahmin Association, Chhattisgarhi Brahmins, Viswa Vipra Samakhya, Visakhapatnam, Shri Sanatan Dharmiya Brahmin Sabha, Amravati; Saryupareen Brahmins, United Pandit Foundation, Sri Sri Vidyaranya Brahmana Sabha, Bangalore; The Brahmin Samaj, Brahman Ekta Manch, Rajkot; Shrimali Brahmin Samaj, Rajasthan, and others. All are striving to unite Brahmins in a common platform.

       Various Brahmin forums of the world

Multilingual Brahmin convention (Bahu-Bhashik Brahman Maha Adhiveshan) held at Pune, Maharastra on 24-25 January, 2009, was inaugurated by Shankaracharya of Kanchi, Kamakoti Jayendra Saraswati and was attended by Delhi Chief Minister, Shila Dikshit, and others unequivocally asserted community’s social, educational and political rights and to establish educational and professional institutions and run them within the framework of law to fulfill the requirement of Brahmin students. The Brahman Convention 2007, organised by the World Brahman Federation (WBF), in Secaucus, New Jersey, USA called for a merit-based society in India. Ashok Trivedi, CEO, iGate Corporation, spoke of how a knowledge-based economy benefits the world. "Brahmanic values and its importance in the world" was also discussed at World Brahmin convention held in Washington (DC) from May 25 to June 3, 2007 in which delegates from 120 countries participated. Similarly various forum of Brahmin exists in different parts of the world viz. Vishwa Brahman Mahasabha, Sarv Brahmin Mahasabha, World Sanatan Dharm Federation WSDF, Brahmin Samaj of North America and Canada, Brahman Maha Sabha of Mauritius, Brahman International, Brahman Samaj Netherlands, Singapore Dakshina Bharatha Brahmana Sabha, Sanatan Dharma Sidhant Prakashak Sabha Netherlands, Brahman Samaj, Australia, UK, Nepal; Assam Brahmin Samaj, Kerala Brahmana Sabha, Shri Brahmin Sabha Punjab, Brahmin Sabha, Fatehabad, Haryana, Sanatan Brahman Samaj, Patna; Tamil Nadu Brahmin Association, Chhattisgarhi Brahmins, Viswa Vipra Samakhya, Visakhapatnam, Shri Sanatan Dharmiya Brahmin Sabha, Amravati; Saryupareen Brahmins, United Pandit Foundation, Sri Sri Vidyaranya Brahmana Sabha, Bangalore; The Brahmin Samaj, Brahman Ekta Manch, Rajkot; Shrimali Brahmin Samaj, Rajasthan, and others. All are striving to unite Brahmins in a common platform.
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