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Humour & Entertainment


Brahmin Jokebook -

by Mukesh Paswan

ed. by Jaydeep Singh  

Ambedkar Library
Ranchi, Jharkhand
India

first published in
Dalitstan Journal, Vol 3, No.1 (Jan.2002)
India

Preface by Jaydeep Singh

Brahmin Jokebook, Volume I (400 Jokes)

© No Copyright. This work was published by Ambedkar Library and may be freely distributed in any form whatsoever.

All content and information is provided for entertainment purposes only. Any resemblance to any person(s), place(s), ethnic community(ies) is strictly coincidental and has no real connection whatsoever at all. Ambedkar Library is in no way responsible for any resemblance. The author is solely responsible for his work.

Note 1: This work contains Brahmin jokes, humour about the "priesthood" of India. It is not a racist work, for the word `Brahmin' in this work means the priesthood of India and not any member of any race or caste. The jokes are meant for a mature audience. If you are a minor in your country, or are offended by Brahmin jokes, you are forbidden to continue.

Note 2: As per the Government of India declaration at the Conference against Racism at Durban, South Africa, Nov.2001, the caste system of India was not racial in origin, and originated from the "hereditary occupation" of various classes, with the Brahmins being "the hereditary priesthood" and not a race. The publishers, being located within the Indian Union, wholeheartedly accept this declaration. Hence, as per the Government of India declaration, this work, which contains Brahmin jokes, is not racist, for the Brahmins do not constitute a race. This work is hence not racist as per the Government of India declaration.


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