The top position is designated to them out of four classes (varnas) of Hindu religion. Studies of Veda, worshipping the deity and giving charity are three out of six occupational duties are mandatory to be performed by Vedic Brahmana.
The Brahmin marriage is considered the purest forms. Brahmins located in various part of Indian subcontinent celebrate the wedding ceremony performing their own customs and rituals. However, the aim remains the same of uniting two souls for the whole life. The primary wedding ritual known as "Saptapadi", comprising of seven vows to remain faithful towards each other. A wedding is considered accomplishment upon its completion.
With religious and cultural diversity, Brahmins are further divided into various castes and sub-castes based on the Vedic school that they belong to. Brahmins primarily belong to the class of intellectuals, preachers, scholars and educators. In other words, they belong to the priest community who lead to the welfare of the society.