Goan society: Daivadnya, Goan Catholics, Dhangar, Rajapur Saraswat Brahmins, Kudumbi, Goud Saraswat Brahmin, Chitpavan, Konkani people

 
9781156913345: Goan society: Daivadnya, Goan Catholics, Dhangar, Rajapur Saraswat Brahmins, Kudumbi, Goud Saraswat Brahmin, Chitpavan, Konkani people
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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: 88. Chapters: Daivadnya, Goan Catholics, Dhangar, Rajapur Saraswat Brahmins, Kudumbi, Goud Saraswat Brahmin, Chitpavan, Konkani people, Karhade Brahmin, Chitrapur Saraswat Brahmin, Roman Catholic Kshatriya, Daivajna surnames and Gotras, Shenoy, Maratha, Siddis of Karnataka, List of Goud Saraswat Brahmin surnames, Konkan Maratha, Roman Catholic Brahmin, World Konkani Hall Of Fame, Vishwakarma Manu Maya Brahmin, Nawayath, Linguistic issues in Goa, Architecture of Goan Catholics, Gomantak Maratha Samaj, Kudaldeshkar Gaud Brahman, San Franciscu Xavier-a, tuji kudd-i Goeam xara, Hinduism in Goa, Padye, Naik Maratha Samaj, Vaishya Vani, Bhatt Prabhu, Malvani dialect, Last Hippie Standing, List of Daivajna organisations, Konkani Muslims, Caste system in Goa, Karwari Catholics, Goans, Gauda and Kunbi, Ethnic and social groups of Goa and Konkan, Kharvi, Pig toilet, Madval, Gavli, List of Goan Brahmin communities. Excerpt: The or Daivadnyas Brahmins is an ethno-religious community and a Hindu Brahmin sub-caste of the west coast of India, predominantly residing in the states of Goa, coastal Karnataka, and coastal Maharashtra.Goa is considered the homeland of this tribe; they are believed to have flourished and prospered in Goa and hence they are called Gomantaka Daivajña. Due to many socio-economic reasons, they emigrated to different parts of India within the last few centuries. They are commonly known as Śeṭ in the coastal region. The word Śeṭ is a corrupt form of the word Śreṣṭha or Śreṣṭhin, which could mean excellent, distinguished, or superior. Over time the word was transformed from Śreṣṭha to Śeṭ Most of the older generation from the Daivajña community in Goa call themselves Śeṭī Bāmaṇ, which is a corrupt form of Śreṣṭhi Brāhmaṇa. The Portuguese referred these people as Xete (cf. Xett, Xete) or sometimes Chatim (cf. Xatim), which is...

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