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- n. A Brahman woman.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Any Brahman woman.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See Brahmanee.
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Bhitarkanika is one such location of rich, lush green vibrant eco-system lying in the estuarine region of Brahmani - Baitarani in the North-Eastern corner of Kendrapara district of Orissa.
Brahmani had been satisfying 65 per cent needs of industrial water in the state.
Similarly, some 264.66 MGD water from the Brahmani was earmarked for industries.
As many as 70 industries were allocated water from the river basins such as Mahanadi, Brahmani, Baitarani, Kolab and Rushikulya.
From KSHRA, then a bowl, comes a Brahmani, a Lady Fastidious First, yellow, with four faces and four arms.
All the crew's skill, that had stopped our falling, that had docked us here neatly as if it was Brahmani Station ... in this terrible, terrible place ...
Sarvam Brahma is explained as Pranava, which is akhilam daivatam, for the Srutis declare that Omkarah sarvadaivatyah, Brahmani is Brahmavidi.
Brahmani maiden, leading from youth the vow of Brahmacharya, became crowned with ascetic success.
By drinking alcoholic liquors, by having congress with one with whom congress is prohibited, by mingling with a fallen person, and (a person of any of the other three orders) by having congress with a Brahmani, one becomes inevitably fallen.
Then the Brahmani, beholding her lord seized, addressed the monarch, saying, 'Listen to what I say, O monarch of excellent vows!