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Brahmanical Legends in Mahabharata
Brahmanical Legends in Mahabharata have been added and preserved by the priestly class of the Brahmins for the purpose of up keeping their position and gaining supremacy. Most of these stories deal with the various ways in which Brahmins are superior and must be respected and hold a position even more important than that of the Gods. Some remarkable instances of Brahmanical wisdom have been handed down in these various Brahmanical myths and legends.
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