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You never hear of hindu jat. Are they considered high or low in the hindu community? 

Mainly only hear about Brahmins and rajputs ect. but not jats. Are they seen as a low caste in hinduism?

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Vaheguru ji Ka Khalsa
Vaheguru ji Ki Fateh, ji

I dont understand, what is the point of this topic? High or low according to whom? Brahmins?? What significance is this to a Sikh forum?

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4 minutes ago, Preeet said:

Vaheguru ji Ka Khalsa
Vaheguru ji Ki Fateh, ji

I dont understand, what is the point of this topic? High or low according to whom? Brahmins?? What significance is this to a Sikh forum?

Well I am a Brahmin origin Sikh. You dont come across many Brahmin Sikhs but a sizable group exists.

But I dont believe in the caste system and dont consider the Brahmins the highest caste even though I am one.

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10 minutes ago, Dsinghdp said:

Hindu caste system

1) Brahmin

2) Khatri

3) Vaish (includes Jatt)

4) Shudra

I thought jat were seen as shudra in the hindu community, little above the untouchables. 

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10 minutes ago, Big_Tera said:

Well I am a Brahmin origin Sikh. You dont come across many Brahmin Sikhs but a sizable group exists.

But I dont believe in the caste system and dont consider the Brahmins the highest caste even though I am one.

😁

"My ancestors originate from a high status caste... but it's not important. Just remember that I do originate from a high status caste."

If only your mental faculties were high status, Big T. 

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11 minutes ago, Big_Tera said:

I thought jat were seen as shudra in the hindu community, little above the untouchables. 

Can you post your cr@p on a Hindu website.

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2 minutes ago, MisterrSingh said:

😁

"My ancestors originate from a high status caste... but it's not important. Just remember that I do originate from a high status caste."

If only your mental faculties were high status, Big T. 

He is beyond repair😀

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6 minutes ago, JSinghnz said:

Can you post your cr@p on a Hindu website.

What crap? All I said is,  what are jat considered in the hindu caste system. I dont agree with the hindu caste system. But its interesting to know the labels that were given to us. 

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10 minutes ago, MisterrSingh said:

😁

"My ancestors originate from a high status caste... but it's not important. Just remember that I do originate from a high status caste."

If only your mental faculties were high status, Big T. 

I originate from a "so called high caste of Brahmin" But I dont agree with their perceived superiority. I dont even have a brahmin surename. only use Singh unlike other people who love their caste names.  

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The social heirarachy in the north west region is different to other parts of India, it's more tribalistic, it's not the traditional hindu caste model it's different 

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1 hour ago, Big_Tera said:

Well I am a Brahmin origin Sikh. You dont come across many Brahmin Sikhs but a sizable group exists.

But I dont believe in the caste system and dont consider the Brahmins the highest caste even though I am one.

If you dont believe in the caste system, then dont talk about it everyday, especially on a Sikh Forum. 

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