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The Four Varnas and their differences. Gabby Wittenburg World History 10-30-11. Kshatriyas. At one point most powerful. Rulers and Warriors. Highest in the societies. Were supposed to keep things in order. Switched with Brahmins. . Brahmins. Scholars, Priests, and Wise men.

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the four varnas and their differences

The Four Varnas and their differences

Gabby Wittenburg

World History

10-30-11

kshatriyas
Kshatriyas
  • At one point most powerful.
  • Rulers and Warriors.
  • Highest in the societies.
  • Were supposed to keep things in order.
  • Switched with Brahmins.
brahmins
Brahmins
  • Scholars, Priests, and Wise men.
  • Were to teach Vedas.
  • Started as second in classes.
  • Expected to provide guidance.
  • Perform religious ceremonies.
vaishyas
Vaishyas
  • Farmers, Merchants, and Traders.
  • Productive class.
  • Workers, not high up.
  • Took pride in work.
  • Trade was important to them.
sudras
Sudras
  • Made of peasants.
  • Lowest ranking class.
  • Didn’t work.
  • Were under others authority.
  • Had to follow all rules.
four classes
Four Classes
  • Didn’t speak outside classes.
  • Different lifestyles.
  • Everyone had their own morals.
  • Greater respect.
  • Rule and Regulations
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