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    In which case, the Supreme Court of India held that there is no justification for permitting only Brahmins to carry out the necessary rites and rituals as priests?

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    1. Bhuri Nath v. State of] & K, (1997 SC)

    2. N. Adithayan v. Travancore Devaswom Board, (2002 SC)

    3. Arum Roy v. Union of India, (2002 SC)

    4. Ismail Faruqui v. Union of India, (1994 SC)

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