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-'''Bahun''' ({{lang-ne|बाहुन}}) or '''Khas Brahmin'''{{sfn|John T Hitchcock|1978|pp=116-119}} ({{lang-ne|खस ब्राह्मण}}) is a [[Caste system in Nepal|caste]] ([[Varna (Hinduism)|''Varna'']]) among [[Khas people|Khas]] people, whose origins are from [[Indo-Aryan peoples|Indo-Aryans]] of Nepal.+'''Bahun''' is a [[Caste system in Nepal|caste]] ([[Varna (Hinduism)|''Varna'']]) among [[Khas people|Khas]] people, whose origins are from [[Indo-Aryan peoples|Indo-Aryans]] of Nepal.
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Bahun is a caste (Varna) among Khas people, whose origins are from Indo-Aryans of Nepal.

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