sudra

  1. a member of the lowest or worker Hindu caste
  2. the lowest of the four main Hindu castes: the worker caste

Sudra

• (n.) The lowest of the four great castes among the Hindoos. See Caste.
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sudra

(from the article `ceremonial object`) ...of lamb`s wool or of goat`s or camel`s hair, and in India the material varies according to caste and may be cotton, hemp, or wool. In addition, ...
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sudra

shudra noun the lowest of the four varnas: the servants and workers of low status
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Sudra

[headdress] Sudra (Hebrew and Aramaic: סודרא; Sudara) is a traditional ancient Jewish headdress. ==Etymology== The name Sudra is Aramaic and derived from the Latin word `sudarium`, which means cloth or handkerchief. ==The Hebrew `Keffiyeh`== The sudra is believed to be thousands of years old and referenced to in the Bible. Ancient Hebr...
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Sudra

Su'dra noun [ Sanskrit ç...dra .] The lowest of the four great castes among the Hindoos. See Caste . [ Written also Soorah , Soodra , and Sooder .]
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Sudra

A member of the fourth caste in India's caste system. Traditionally members of the Sudra are not allowed to study the Veda, the most sacred of the Hindu scriptures, or learn Sanskrit. They are...
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Sudra

A member of the fourth caste in India's caste system. Traditionally members of the Sudra are not allowed to study the Veda, the most sacred of the Hindu scriptures, or learn Sanskrit. They are religiously known as `once born` and are those members of the community who provide a service, such as manual and agricultural labourers, or wa...
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Sudra

the fourth and lowest of the traditional varnas, or social classes, of Hindu India, traditionally artisans and labourers. The term does not appear in ... [9 related articles]
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