Shatryas were the second caste, under the Brahmins. They were the warriors and ruling class.
No. According to Central Governmet of INdia, and State Governments of Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Sourashtra community is listed Backward class. And it is not forward class though they some time call themself as Brahmins. T.R. Bhaskar @ R. Bhaskara Narayanan, Salem Yes, Sourashtra [Pattu nool karar] was in forward caste [FC] list, but it was long time back. Now, they are in backward caste [BC] list. Vijesh, Madurai
There are many different caste systems in India. This is one of the largest caste systems in the country.
BANSAL IS subcaste of agarwals which is indian upper and richest caste.. having strong contribution in india.. Bansal the sub caste of Ramgria doesn't comes under schedule caste..They are also known as dhiman brahmins...they are followers of Vishwakarma and hold the position equal to that of Brahmins.
The Jats(जाट), Jat people (also spelt Jatt(जट्ट)), are a 31 million strong ethnic group of people native to mainly the Punjab, Rajastan, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Maharashtra in India, and many areas in Pakistan. They are an ethnic group, race, tribe and a people.Not a Caste
niyogi brahmins will have this surname
People with Chikka surname are Brahmins.
mamindlapalli belongs to vishwa brahmins caste ( Gold Smith )
No they don't. They are in general cast.According to government Caste system Documents, " Khamar " comes in Vishnavs Verna of hindu religion.Khamar are Vaishnavs from Gujarat. Generally they used to known as Vaishnav Khamar. Falls under General Category not in a reservation. its not well known because of their population approx 9800 all over the world.Various misunderstandings about this caste but it certified by government that they are Vaishnav Khamar falls under general like Brahmins, Vaishnav Baniyas, Brahmbhatts, etc. Vaishnav Khamar is an another subcaste of vaishnavs like Vaishnav Baniyas.
Vishen belongs to the Hindu Vaishnav Vanik caste.
Raval are in the brahmins caste.
They are from the Brahmins (Pradhamasakha Niyogi) of South India, native to Andhra Pradesh. Taken from an article publication: Vepachedu, Sreenivasarao. (2003). BRAHMINS. Mana Sanskriti (Our Culture). 1-34.
From Andhra side, its Kamma/Chowdary and from Rayalseema u see it in reddy.