Social groups in Orissa: Arya Vysyas, Utkala Brahmin, Santals, Kuilta, Oraon, Ho people, Oriya Muslims, Teli, Munda people, Kondha

 
9781156747636: Social groups in Orissa: Arya Vysyas, Utkala Brahmin, Santals, Kuilta, Oraon, Ho people, Oriya Muslims, Teli, Munda people, Kondha
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 37. Chapters: Arya Vysyas, Utkala Brahmin, Santals, Kuilta, Oraon, Ho people, Oriya Muslims, Teli, Munda people, Kondha, Gondi people, Dash, Sora people, Halwai, Bhumij, Adivasis of Orissa, Sabar people, Juang people, Khonds, Kharia people, Lodha people, Dumal, Bhunjia, Bonda people, Chenchu, Khandayat, Kisan tribe, Rath, Sadangi, Satapathy, Gadabas, Patnaik, Routray, Mirdha, Jatapus, Kammara, Banjari. Excerpt: Arya Vysyas (Telugu: ???? ????????, Tamil: ????_???????, Kannada:???? ???????, Oriya:??????) or Komatis are a Telugu speaking Vysya (trading) caste from Andhra Pradesh. They are also found in Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra and Orissa. The people of this caste are mainly into business and trading activities. Arya Vysyas are strict vegetarians. Orthodox Vysyas follow rituals prescribed in the Vasavi Puranamulu, a text written in the late medieval times . Sri Vasavi Kanyaka Parameswari Devi is the main Goddess or Kula Devatha of Arya Vysyas. Here is a small List of Telugu Vysyas. Arya Vysyas use the suffix Setty in Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka, and Chetty in Tamil Nadu. Some members of the community are also known to use the suffix Guptha or Gupta. Arya Vysyas in Maharashtra are found in greater numbers in Marathwada and Vidarbha regions. They almost exclusively speak Marathi as their mother tongue and have adopted largely Maharashtrian customs. A large number of Vysyas are said to have originally lived and still live in large numbers on the banks of the Godavari River . One of the local names for the river is Gomati or Gomti. It is believed that people who lived on the banks of the Godavari River were called Gomati, which later become corrupted as Komati. Arya Vysyas, also known as Gavara Komatis , are one of the 3 subsets of the Komati grouping. The other 2 are Kalinga Vysya and Thrivarnika. While Arya Vysyas are vegeta...

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