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Why are brahmins represented by names of Vedas?

For example, a person x is a brahmin of some y class ( kanyakubja Kanyakubja/ Kokanstha  / DeshasthaDeshastha etc.) Then person x will be introduced or called as x person is a y class - Sama, Yajur or Rig - vedi brahmin e.g., let's assume him to be a rigvedi. So, he will be referred to as:

x is a y-class rigvedi brahmin

or

x is a rigvedi y-class brahmin

What is the significance of calling Brahmins by Veda names, do they study or specialize in that Veda alone?

If so, what about Atharva Veda, I've never heard someone called an Atharva-Vedi brahmin?

Why are brahmins represented by names of Vedas?

For example, a person x is a brahmin of some y class ( kanyakubja / Kokanstha  / Deshastha etc.) Then person x will be introduced or called as x person is a y class - Sama, Yajur or Rig - vedi brahmin e.g., let's assume him to be a rigvedi. So, he will be referred to as:

x is a y-class rigvedi brahmin

or

x is a rigvedi y-class brahmin

What is the significance of calling Brahmins by Veda names, do they study or specialize in that Veda alone?

If so, what about Atharva Veda, I've never heard someone called an Atharva-Vedi brahmin?

Why are brahmins represented by names of Vedas?

For example, a person x is a brahmin of some y class (Kanyakubja/ Kokanstha/Deshastha etc.) Then person x will be introduced or called as x person is a y class - Sama, Yajur or Rig - vedi brahmin e.g., let's assume him to be a rigvedi. So, he will be referred to as:

x is a y-class rigvedi brahmin

or

x is a rigvedi y-class brahmin

What is the significance of calling Brahmins by Veda names, do they study or specialize in that Veda alone?

If so, what about Atharva Veda, I've never heard someone called an Atharva-Vedi brahmin?

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Why are brahmins represented by names of Vedas?

For example, a person x is a brahmin of some y class ( kanyakubja / Kokanstha / Deshastha etc.) Then person x will be introduced or called as x person is a y class - Sama, Yajur or Rig - vedi brahmin e.g., let's assume him to be a rigvedi. So, he will be referred to as:

  • x is a y-class rigvedi brahmin
    or
  • x is a rigvedi y-class brahmin

x is a y-class rigvedi brahmin

or

x is a rigvedi y-class brahmin

What is the significance of calling Brahmins by Veda names, do they study or specialize in that Veda alone?

If so, what about Atharva Veda, I've never heard someone called an Atharva-Vedi brahmin?

Why are brahmins represented by names of Vedas?

For example, a person x is a brahmin of some y class ( kanyakubja / Kokanstha / Deshastha etc.) Then person x will be introduced or called as x person is a y class - Sama, Yajur or Rig - vedi brahmin e.g., let's assume him to be a rigvedi. So, he will be referred to as:

  • x is a y-class rigvedi brahmin
    or
  • x is a rigvedi y-class brahmin

What is the significance of calling Brahmins by Veda names, do they study or specialize in that Veda alone?

If so, what about Atharva Veda, I've never heard someone called an Atharva-Vedi brahmin?

Why are brahmins represented by names of Vedas?

For example, a person x is a brahmin of some y class ( kanyakubja / Kokanstha / Deshastha etc.) Then person x will be introduced or called as x person is a y class - Sama, Yajur or Rig - vedi brahmin e.g., let's assume him to be a rigvedi. So, he will be referred to as:

x is a y-class rigvedi brahmin

or

x is a rigvedi y-class brahmin

What is the significance of calling Brahmins by Veda names, do they study or specialize in that Veda alone?

If so, what about Atharva Veda, I've never heard someone called an Atharva-Vedi brahmin?

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Why are brahmins represented by names of Vedas?

For example, a person xx is a brahmin of some yy class  (kanyakubja kanyakubja /Kokanstha Kokanstha /Deshastha. Deshastha etc.etc) thenThen person xx will be introduced or called as xx person is a yy class - (Sama,YajurSama,Rig) Yajur or Rig - vedi brammin i.e. forbrahmin e.g. let, let's assume him to be a rigvedi  . So, he will be referred to as:

  • x is a y-class rigvedi brahmin
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  • x is a rigvedi y-class brahmin

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so x is a y class-rigvedi brahmin or x is a rigvedi y-class brahmin what is significance of relating veda names, do they study or specialize in that very Veda??

What about atharva-veda I never heard someone called as atharva-vedi brahmin why?

Why are brahmins represented by names of Vedas?

For example, a person x is a brahmin of some y class  ( kanyakubja / Kokanstha / Deshastha etc.) Then person x will be introduced or called as x person is a y class - Sama, Yajur or Rig - vedi brahmin e.g., let's assume him to be a rigvedi. So, he will be referred to as:

  • x is a y-class rigvedi brahmin
    or
  • x is a rigvedi y-class brahmin

What is the significance of calling Brahmins by Veda names, do they study or specialize in that Veda alone?

If so, what about Atharva Veda, I've never heard someone called an Atharva-Vedi brahmin?

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