Bengali Das are uppercaste kayastha
No, Saha is not a bengali brahmin surname actually they are comes in a bengali baisya(Vaisya) .Baisyas exist in bengal but they were degraded by Ballal Sen, a king in Bengal in the 12th century.In east bengal the people with Saha surname claim them as baisya but people with surname Banik are recognised as baisya in east & west bengals.In west bengal sunri caste who distill country liquor use Saha as their surname.British administration in… Read More
Saha is a surname for bengali baisya(Vaisya) .Baisyas exist in bengal but they were degraded by Ballal Sen, a king in Bengal in the 12th century.In east bengal the people with Saha surname claim them as baisya but people with surname Banik are recognised as baisya in east & west bengals.In west bengal sunri caste who distill country liquor use Saha as their surname.British administration in India declared sunri caste as scheduled caste except saha.In… Read More
As a surname, Saha is of Bengali Hindu origin.
No. Paramanik (by occupation barbar), is Hindu Bengali schedule caste. But not Pramanik and belong to Mahisya Bengali Hindu (General caste).
is sikdar caste a brahman
iN BENGALI MALLIK IS GENERAL CASTE, HINDU KAHISTYA
Banerjee's are bengali brahmins
Das in bengali
Maity is part of the Mahishyas caste in Bengali. This caste bastes an Anglo-Aryan lineage and are generally found in West Bengali and Orissa.
It is a kayasta surname
no bairagi is OBC
We cant care any less about caste these days. Caste was used 200 years ago.
No, Dasgupta is not a scheduled caste in Bengali. It is called 'Baidya' caste (Baidya means Physician). Baidyas are Brahmins, but they were not allowed to do priestly works since they used treat all kind of people. Hence they were branched as sub castes of Brahmin.
Brahmins from west bengal ( Ghotis)
Yes..they are generally of East Bengal origin and by caste are kayasthas
Das in bengali generally belong to SC.
Uttar Rarhiya Kayastha , Gotra - Batsya
They are Kshatriya Thakurs and also known as Bengali Rajputs.
No. This belongs to the caste which is below brahmins but above kayastas. However the are most likely brahmins.
kulin kshatriya.they are the top most kshatriya in bengali community.
no they are not Bengali brahmin. They are Aguri or Ugra Kshatriya Aguri (Bengali: আগুরী) also known as Ugra Kshatriya (Bengali: উগ্রক্ষত্রিয়) is a Bengali Hindu, Land Lord cast found in the districts of Asansol-Durgapur, Bardhaman, Birbhum and Bankura Aguris are upper caste in the caste hierarchy in Hindu Bengali. Most of the cases their ancestors are landlords and Bengali zamindars with very rich cultural heritage and was consider themselves as the protector of the… Read More
It's a Kshatriya surname.... neither Brahaman nor SC/ST
Kar refers to highly educated caste among bengalis...Infact more than 95% of kar's are h.s pas.....they are very intellectual....Their taste is very good for food....
Bravery, dedication, Indian pride because they gave us Subhas Chandra Bose. I wonder when India will get out of the useless, barbaric, stupid caste system.The youths today are changing and there is a ray of hope.
Aryan Saha is 5' 8".
Hursh Saha is 5' 6".
Louis Saha is 5' 11".
Tapan Saha is 5' 7".
Wriddhiman Saha was born in 1984.
Swapan Saha was born in 1930.
Debojit Saha was born in 1976.
Saha Airlines was created in 1990.
Sumon Saha was born in 1984.
Gopinath Saha died in 1924.
Aryan Saha goes by Tima.
Rupak Saha has written: 'Ghatak'
Ranadaprasad Saha died in 1971-05.
Yes they are rudraj brahmin. not always even they could ne vaishya or kshatriya or any other caste also.
Louis Saha was born on August 8, 1978.
Dipankar Saha was born on 1955-04-24.
Abhijeet Saha is 5' 8 1/2".
Meghnad Saha died on 1956-02-16.
Biswajit Saha was born on 1987-12-15.
Anup Kumar Saha was born in 1956.
Saraswati Saha was born on 1979-11-23.
Ranadaprasad Saha was born on 1896-11-15.