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India's next-generation batting talent were pummelling West Indies into submission at the Wankhede stadium on the second day, but cricket had rarely felt this anti-climactic for Indian fans.

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Marathi people
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Brahmin
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Brahmin (Brāhmaṇa, ब्राह्मण) is the class of educators, law makers, scholars and preachers of Dharma in Hinduism. Brahmins are said to predominantly sātvic in nature with little signs rajas and tamas among the four varnas of India. The English word brahmin is an anglicised form of the Sanskrit word Brāhmana; (Brahman also refers to the supreme self in Hinduism). Brahmins are also called Vipra "inspired", or Dvija "twice-born". Brahmins also perform vedic rituals.

Ein Brahmane ist im indischen Kastensystem ein Angehöriger der obersten Kaste. Im Hinduismus ist es ihr Vorrecht sowie ihre Pflicht, Lehrer des Veda und Gelehrte zu sein, bis heute stellen hauptsächlich sie die Priester. Daher war „Brahmane“ auch ein religiöser Titel. Im modernen Indien üben sie jeden Beruf aus. Für die Schriften der Hindus machen besonders die Charaktereigenschaften den Brahmanen aus. So ordnet die Bhagavadgita (18. 42. ) Brahmanen besonders folgende zu: Heiterkeit, Selbstbeherrschung, Askese, Reinheit, Nachsicht und Aufrichtigkeit, Weisheit, Wissen und religiöser Glaube ... Das Mahabharata: Die Eigenschaften eines Brahmanen sind Reinheit, gutes Verhalten, Mitleid mit allen Lebewesen. Dementsprechend wird von einem Angehörigen dieser höchsten Kaste eine durch Geburt erworbene psychische Reinheit sowie ein besonders reiner Lebenswandel erwartet. Wie in anderen Schriften setzen sich aber auch viele Stellen im Mahabharata (13.131.49) mit der Diskrepanz zwischen dem hohen Ideal und dem realen Lebenswandel auseinander: Weder die Herkunft noch die Weihe und Gelehrsamkeit machen den Brahmanen aus, allein sein Lebenswandel ist der Grund. Der gesellschaftliche Status, alle Aufgaben, Pflichten und Rechte sind in der Manusmriti beschrieben, einem über 2000 Jahre alten Gesetzbuch, das im heutigen Alltagsleben jedoch kaum Bedeutung hat. Im Purushashukta im 10. Buch des Rigveda gibt es einen Mythos über die Entstehung der Kasten. Durch das Opfer des göttlichen Urriesen Purusha entstanden demnach aus seinem Mund die Brahmanen, aus den Armen die Kshatriya (Fürsten) aus den Schenkeln die Vaishya (Händler, Bauern) und aus den Füßen die Shudra (Dienende). Nach altem hinduistischen Dharma, der auch in der Manusmriti beschrieben ist, war der ideale Lebenslauf eines Brahmanen sowie der anderen zwei oberen Kasten folgender: Er ging im Alter von ungefähr 8 Jahren zu einem Lehrer und blieb bei ihm, bis er das Studium der Veden abgeschlossen hatte. Dann war er verpflichtet zu heiraten, regelmäßig Opfer darzubringen, Söhne zu zeugen, zu unterrichten und Geschenke zu machen. Wenn die Söhne erwachsen waren, sollte er sich in den Wald zurückziehen und schließlich im letzten Stadium seines Lebens von allen Bindungen befreien und das Leben eines Eremiten führen. Kein Brahmane aber sollte dieses Leben anstreben, bevor er die Pflichten der vorhergehenden Stadien erfüllt hatte. In der Geschichtswissenschaft besteht die Vermutung, dass derartige Regelungen von den religiösen Autoritäten gezielt etabliert wurden, um den immer erfolgreicheren asketischen, oft antibrahmanischen und antiritualistischen Bewegungen den Wind aus den Segeln zu nehmen. So konnte das Ideal der geheiligten asketischen Lebensführung in den allgemeinen Lebensablauf integriert werden, ohne das soziale Leben an sich massiv zu stören. Erst nachdem ein Mann seine sozioökonomischen Pflichten gegenüber Familie und Gesellschaft erfüllt hatte, sollte er legitimerweise in die Hauslosigkeit gehen können. Da zudem viele Menschen damals nicht in ein Alter kamen, das in einem solchen System viel Zeit für den letzten, asketischen Lebensabschnitt ließ, hoffte man, der sozioreligiösen Bedrohung der Mehrheitsgesellschaft so begegnen zu können. Im Laufe der Geschichte war es den Brahmanen durch ihre Stellung gelungen, ihren Machtanspruch hinsichtlich Ritual und Gesellschaft immer mehr zu verfestigen, was dazu führte, dass sich asketische Religionsformen wie der Buddhismus oder Jainismus zeitweilig in Indien durchsetzen konnten. Aber auch innerhalb des Hinduismus selbst drängten neue Bewegungen wie die der Bhakti Frömmigkeit den Einfluss der Brahmanen langsam zurück.

Virender Sehwag
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Virender Sehwag pronunciation, affectionately known as Viru, is one of the leading batsmen in the Indian cricket team. Sehwag is an aggressive right-handed opening batsman and an occasional right-arm off-spin bowler. He played his first One Day International in 1999 and joined the Indian Test cricket team in 2001. In April 2009, Sehwag became the only Indian to be honored as the Wisden Leading Cricketer in the World for his performance in 2008.

Virender Sehwag pronunciation, affectionately known as Viru, is one of the leading batsmen in the Indian cricket team. Sehwag is an aggressive right-handed opening batsman and an occasional right-arm off-spin bowler. He played his first One Day International in 1999 and joined the Indian Test cricket team in 2001. In April 2009, Sehwag became the only Indian to be honored as the Wisden Leading Cricketer in the World for his performance in 2008. Sehwag holds multiple records including the highest score made by an Indian in Test cricket (319), which was also the fastest triple century in the history of international cricket (reached 300 off only 278 balls) as well as the fastest 250 by any batsman (in 207 balls against Sri Lanka on 3rd December, 2009 at the Brabourne stadium in Mumbai). Sehwag also holds the distinction of being one of three batsmen in the world to have ever surpassed 300 twice in Test cricket, and the only one to score two triple centuries and take a five-wicket innings haul. In March 2009, Sehwag smashed the fastest century ever scored by an Indian in ODI cricket, from 60 balls. Sehwag was appointed as vice-captain of the Indian team under Rahul Dravid in October 2005 but due to poor form, he was later replaced by V. V. S. Laxman in December 2006 as Test vice-captain. In January 2007, Sehwag was dropped from the ODI team and later from the Test team as well. During his term as vice-captain, Sehwag skippered the team in place of injured Dravid in 2 ODIs and 1 Test. Following his return to form in 2008 and the retirement of Anil Kumble, Sehwag has been reappointed as the vice-captain for both Tests and ODIs. By early 2009, Sehwag had reestablished himself as one of the best performing batsmen in ODI cricket.

Patronymic
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A patronym, or patronymic, is a component of a personal name based on the name of one's father, grandfather or an even earlier male ancestor. A component of a name based on the name of one's mother or a female ancestor is a matronym. Each is a means of conveying lineage. During singular naming there was a considerable time of loose patronomization before they became a formal part of a person's name in the 1700s. In many areas patronyms predate the use of family names.

Ein Patronym oder Vatersname ist ein Name, der angibt, wie der Vater des Namensträgers mit Vornamen heißt. Nimmt der Name auf die Mutter Bezug, so nennt man ihn ein Metronym (zu μήτηρ mētēr) oder latinisiert Matronym (zu mater). In der Grammatik bezeichnet Patronymikon die Ableitung von Personennamen, die den Nachkommen (Sohn oder Tochter) bezeichnet.

1990s
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The 1990s, known as "the Nineteen Nineties" or abbreviated as "the Nineties", was the decade that started on January 1, 1990 and ended on December 31, 1999. It was the last full decade of both the 20th century and the 2nd millennium.

The 1990s, known as "the Nineteen Nineties" or abbreviated as "the Nineties", was the decade that started on January 1, 1990 and ended on December 31, 1999. It was the last full decade of both the 20th century and the 2nd millennium. A combination of factors including the mass mobilization of capital markets through neoliberalism, the beginning of the widespread proliferation of new media such as the Internet, and the dissolution of the Soviet Union led to a realignment and reconsolidation of economic and political power across the world, and within countries. Living standards and democratic governance generally improved in many areas of the world, notably East Asia, much of Eastern Europe, Latin America, and South Africa. New ethnic conflicts emerged in Africa, the Caucusus and the Balkans, and signs of any resolution of tensions in the Middle East remained elusive.

2008 Olympic Torch Relay
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The 2008 Summer Olympics torch relay was run from March 24 until August 8, 2008, prior to the 2008 Summer Olympics, with the theme of "one world, one dream". Plans for the relay were announced on April 26, 2007, in Beijing, China. The relay, also called by the organizers as the "Journey of Harmony", lasted 129 days and carry the torch 137,000 km (85,000 mi) — the longest distance of any Olympic torch relay since the tradition was started ahead of the 1936 Summer Olympics.

La antorcha olímpica de los XXIX Juegos Olímpicos fue presentada oficialmente el 26 de abril de 2007 en Pekín por el presidente del Comité de Organización de los Juegos Olímpicos de Pekín, Liu Qi y el presidente del Comité Olímpico Internacional, Jacques Rogge. El lema de la antorcha es Enciende la pasión y comparte el sueño. El trayecto de relevos a lo largo de 130 días por los cinco continentes será conocido como Viaje de la armonía. Recorrió unos 137.000 km en 130 días y visitó 21 países de los cinco continentes. En total pasó por 136 ciudades, 21 internacionales y 115 en China.

August 2010 in sports
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The 2008 Summer Olympics torch relay was run from March 24 until August 8, 2008, prior to the 2008 Summer Olympics, with the theme of "one world, one dream". Plans for the relay were announced on April 26, 2007, in Beijing, China. The relay, also called by the organizers as the "Journey of Harmony", lasted 129 days and carry the torch 137,000 km (85,000 mi) — the longest distance of any Olympic torch relay since the tradition was started ahead of the 1936 Summer Olympics.

La antorcha olímpica de los XXIX Juegos Olímpicos fue presentada oficialmente el 26 de abril de 2007 en Pekín por el presidente del Comité de Organización de los Juegos Olímpicos de Pekín, Liu Qi y el presidente del Comité Olímpico Internacional, Jacques Rogge. El lema de la antorcha es Enciende la pasión y comparte el sueño. El trayecto de relevos a lo largo de 130 días por los cinco continentes será conocido como Viaje de la armonía. Recorrió unos 137.000 km en 130 días y visitó 21 países de los cinco continentes. En total pasó por 136 ciudades, 21 internacionales y 115 en China.

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