A Brahmin is a Hindu priest, and belong to the upper caste society.
Brahmins are responsible for performing religious duties as priests and preaching Dharma.
Brahman is the “world spirit,” or the guiding force of the world and beyond.
The word Brahman comes from “brh”, which means “to grow” in Sanskrit, and connotes greatness and infinity.
The Brahman cattle breed, originally from India and noted for a hump between the shoulders, derives its name from the latter.