I`m back in the saddle again - Finally I get well. Today I feel much better. :)

This is a brahmin bull rider, can be said to be a fan art of Fallout series. Nephi`s golf driver is one of my favorite weapons. I like to beat Fiends with it. And I think it can be use as a brahmin handling stick too, like an elephant handling stick lol (I really wonder that how people of the wasteland bridle this 2 headed animal.)

I really want to go theater to watch Mad Max: Fury Road. V8! V8! This animal is V8, too. Because brahmins have 8 stomach compartments - My rider is on Lamborghini of the wasteland lol Don`t underrate bulls. I heard that emperors of ancient India had specially trained bulls which could run as fast as horses. Yeah, Ferrari vs Lamborghini in ancient India!

P.S. - I`m not an English speaker and almost forget what I learned in school. Please let me know if I use obviously wrong or awkward expressions.

A cruise along the streets of Chennai—or Silicon Valley—filled with professional young Indian men and women, reveals the new face of India. In the twenty-first century, Indians have acquired a new kind of global visibility, one of rapid economic advancement and, in the information technology industry, spectacular prowess. In this book, C. J. Fuller and Haripriya Narasimhan examine one particularly striking group who have taken part in this development: Tamil Brahmans—a formerly traditional, rural, high-caste elite who have transformed themselves into a new middle-class caste in India, the United States, and elsewhere.

Fuller and Narasimhan offer one of the most comprehensive looks at Tamil Brahmans around the world to date. They examine Brahman migration from rural to urban areas, more recent transnational migration, and how the Brahman way of life has translated to both Indian cities and American suburbs. They look at modern education and the new employment opportunities afforded by engineering and IT. They examine how Sanskritic Hinduism and traditional music and dance have shaped Tamil Brahmans’ particular middle-class sensibilities and how middle-class status is related to the changing position of women. Above all, they explore the complex relationship between class and caste systems and the ways in which hierarchy has persisted in modernized India.

Can’t wait to read this one!