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Do modern day bureaucrats come under the kshatriya varna? Any example related to this from shastras?

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    beurocrats comes under service sector. I think they are shudra – Sanatan Darshan Jun 16 at 2:47
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    If possible, please list of the duties of bureaucrats under consideration. Then, it will be easy to answer. – hanugm Jun 16 at 2:55
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    Anyone doing any kind of job in Government or Private is called as a either a "Government Servant", or "Private Servant", and thus, from the Group D clerical Jobs to the Secretary Level highest bureaucrats, they'll will be termed Shudra as per their "current - jobs". Even the Judges of any court are basically under in a service to the Government and also get paid (for their services) - therefore, even the Judges ars under the "Shudra Varna". – peace Jun 16 at 2:56
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    By this "govt servant" logic even PM & President are just lowly shudras. No -- A govt servant is person in position of power responsible for admin. So he will be Kshatriya if he abides by rules and regulations of Hinduism for Kshatriyas..... Otherwise he will be Shudra or Chandala. – R. Kaushik Jun 16 at 9:16
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    All - all -questions about varna eventually have as their lowest common denominator have as their real question whether varna is determined by birth or by an individual's qualities. – Swami Vishwananda Jun 16 at 10:11

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