Hindoos. Successors of Vedic Aryans and other tribes of India.

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Hindoos. Successors of Vedic Aryans and other tribes of India.

Hindoos. Successors of Vedic Aryans and other tribes of India.

Caucasian Race: Hindoos.

1. Brahmin, Konkanastha Caste (Deccan & Konkan). 2. Young Lady, Deshashta Caste (Deccan). 3. Rajpoot or Rajput (Inhabitant of northern and central India. Hindu military caste.). 4. Coolie of Western India. 5. Pasce, Low Caste Hindoo (Oude). 6. Brahmin Pundit, a Baishnoo of Allahabad. 7. Kamathi Woman. A Soodra of Tailanga (A member of the lowest of the four major castes of traditional Indian society, comprising artisans, laborers, and menials. Relating to the caste of Sudras.).

Source: The Comprehensive Atlas and Geography of the World. “Races of the World”. Drawn by J. L. Williams. Engraved by A. Portier. Printed by Blackie & Son London, Glasgow & Edinburgh 1886.

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