ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Sacred Brahmics versus Socialist Brahmins

'Sacred Brahmics' versus 'Socialist Brahmins' IN his review of V T Rjushekhar's Dialogue of the Bhoodevatas: Sacred Brahmins versus Socialist Brahmins (hereafter called the Dialogue) (October 30, 1993) Gail Omvedt recognised it as a rare example of political humour, and suggested that it should become the required reading for 'socialist brahmins'. I ordered 10 copies of the Dialogue from India for me and for my Indian friends in New York.

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