Friday, January 7, 2011

kamma vari illa perulu

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There are lots of stories about the origin of Kamma community. There was no difference between Kamma and Velama. They lived as one single community. Kamma was into military and used to protect the land of the kingdom. Slowly individual families have grown up into big size and it was difficult for a male member of the family to take care of the big family. Women were into Ghosha. Few people favour women to enter into public life and run the family when they were taking care of the nation. They strongly felt the need of the ban on Ghosha or Paradh of women and wrote the same on Kammalu (Tad leaves). Who favoured Ghosha became Velama.
Sadineni Rangarao has taken great pains and pleasure in collecting the data and putting the same at one place. This is a well researched book and put most of the information about Kamma community at one place. According to the information and belief Katragadda, Vasireddy, Suryadevara, Devabhaktuni, Chava, Chirumamilla, Mikkilineni, Yarlagadda, Ravella and Sayapaneni are known as peddakamma and remaining surnames are known as chinnakamma. Now there is no difference as such. All are living as one single community. Kammavari Illaperlu and Vaduka Gotramulu is one of the best resources available for Kamma community to know about their Gotram and their relationships. According to this book, Kammas are entrepreneurs, educationalists and agriculturists and most powerful since ancient times. Importance of the Kamma community is growing and developing in recent times.
Well known and famous families in public life in Andhra Pradesh are given below.
Nandamuri Taraka Rama Rao, Nandamuri Balakrishna, Junior NTR, Nara Chandrababu, Tripuraneni Ramaswamy Chowdary, Tripuraneni Gopichand, Tripuraneni Saichand, Daggubati Purandeswari, Daggubati Venkateswararao, Daggubati Ramanaidu, Daggubati Venkatesh, Suresh Babu, Akkineni Nageswara Rao, Akkineni Nagarjuna, Akkineni Amala, Ghattamaneni Krishna, Ghattamaneni Mahesh, Ghattamaneni Manjula, Mullapudi Harishchandra Prasad, Chadalavada Ramojirao, Katragadda Ullaiah Chowdary, Katragadda Janardhana Rao, Katragadda Sivaiah Chowdary, Parvataneni Braiahmaiah Chowdary, Narla Tatarao, Vadlamudi Pitchaiah Chowdary etc.
Some more famous surnames of Kammas are Sadineni, Surapaneni, Meka, Muddana, Tella, Chode, Chootlu,  Gorantla, Gali, Raghupati, Gudavalli, Paruchuri, Eedpuganti, Ravella, Paturi, Yalavarthi, Yadlapati, Kalluri, Bollini, Kanthamneni, Chandra, Bulusu, Pemmasani, Atluri, Atluru, Adapa, Attaluri, Addepalli, Anantaneni, Abburi, Annabattuni, Ambati, Eedpuganti, Uppala, Uppalapati, Koneru, Kosaraju, Kambhampati, Kamatam, Kammavaru, Kammachichhu, Kanaka, Karnam, Kandula, Kandikanti, Kandimalla, Kanthamneni, Kataru, Kadiyala, Kandarpa, Katti, Kanteti, Kanthamaneni, Kanchala, Kancharla, Katta, Katakam, Kandi, Karma, Krishnamaneni, Kasukurti, Kasturi, Kakara, Kakarala, Kakarla, Kakani, Kakumanu, Katamneni, Kaja, Kavuri, Kamineni, Kapula, Kamana, Karempudi, Kalahasti, Kilari, Kudaravalli, Kudulla, Kundeti, Kurra, Kuchipudi, Kuchimanchi, Koosu, Ketina, Kesineni, Kesarapalli, Kondapalli, Kondaveeti, Kodali, Kothari, Kongara, Kondapati, Kotta, Kottapalli, Kotturi, Koppaka, Koppaku, Koritala, Kommineni, Kommu, Kommuri, Komaraju, Kommareddy, Kolla, Kotlari, Kota, Kodela, Koduru, Koganti, Kollipara, Koya, Kovelamudi, Koya, Kosuru, Kovuluru, Koganti, Lagadapati, Indraganti, Indukuri, Garikapati, Garimidi, Gavini, Gudipati, Gudipudi, Gogineni, Gokaraju, Gokavarapu, Gorutla, Chandrapati, Chalamala, Chalasani, Challagunda, Chavali, Chigurupati, Challapelli, Challa, Chagarlamudi, Chaparla, Chenna, Channamaneni, Chunduru, Chirala, Chilukuri, Chennupati, Cherukuri, Chenchu, Jagarlamudi, Karanam, Javvadi, Jammulamudi, Jaaladi, Jwala, Javvaaji, Chekuri, Guntamukkala, Jampana, Jampani, Jatlu, Jampaani, Jampala, Jaggarlamudi, Jasti, Tammareddy, Tammineedu, Tarigoppula, Tangeti, Tanniru, Tanduri, Talagada, Tatikonda, Talasila, Talakonda, Tatineni, Talluru, Talluri, Talla, Tipirineni, Tummala, Daadi, Damineni, Dasari, Daavineni, Duggirala, Duggineni, Duddukuri, Velaga, Dudipaala, Devarapalli, Doddapaneni, Nandigam, Nadipineni, Namburi, Narra, Nallamotu, Narutla, Nalla, Nalluri, Nadendla, Navuluri, Navasani, Nagabhairava, Nagaraju, Naagineni, Nagulapalli, Naagulapati, Nama, Namala, Nayani, Nayidi, Nimmagadda, Narne, Nava, Pagidi, Panguluru, Pachchala, Panchumarti, Pattipati, Payyavula, Pamidimukkala, Padmala,Pullela, Ponnam, Ponduru, Potluri, Puvvada,  Pratapaneni, Parimi, Pasumarti, Pasupuleti, Ponna, Pratti, Paidipalli, Bandlamudi, Bandi, Bandaru, Battineni, Battam, Bachaneni, Battula, Balineni, Basyam, Billa, Bellamkonda, Betapudi, Bojja, Burugupalli, Budi, Bejawada, Boddapati, Bodda, Bodduluri, Bodduluru, Bommasani, Bolli, Bollina, Bollineni, Bhavaneni, Bhashyam, Bheema, Bheemaneni, Bhattiprolu, Boyapati, Bhimavaram, Bhoomi, Bhogaadi, Bhogineni, Mangapati, Manchala, Mandava, Matluri, Manduru, Maddala, Maddineni, Mandadi, Mallasani, Malladi, Mallela, Makineni, Makineedi, Magham, Machineni, Machavarapu, Madala, Mada, Madineni, Maachiraju, Mana, Marni, Marini, Marlapati, Maddirala, Manineni, Mukkapati, Mukkera, Mukkera, Mukundam, Mukkamala, Muktineni, Mungara, Mutyala, Mutta, Muttu, Muddapati, Muppalaneni, Muppana, Muttineni, Muppalla, Muvva, Mulakala, Murakonda, Mullangi, Musunuri, Mullapuooti, Morampalli, Mekaa, Medala, Medikonda, Medina, Maineni, Mogatadikala, Monaparti, Molakala, Movva, Mouni, Yandapalli, Yadla, Yadavalli, Yagukulapati, Yaddanapudi, Yaddanapalli, Yanamaddi, Yannamani, Yamparala, Yaramasu, Yerram, Yerramaneni, Yalama, Yelamanchali, Yalamarti, Yellanki, Yejendla, Yellineni, Yemineni, Yerlagadda, Raghunadha, Ramanavarapu, Ragapati, Raagu, Rachakonda, Rachaneni, Rati, Raparla, Rama, Raminedu, Ramineni, Raya, Rayanki, Rayapati, Rayanna, Rayavarapu, Rayudu, Ralla, Rayala, Raavi, Ravipati, Ravula, Ravuri, Ravela, Rallapilli, Reddy, Regala, Repala, Rella, Lankapalli, Lakamraju, Lankampalli, Lingam, Lanka, Vankayala, Velaga, Vankina, Vankineni, Vaggu, Lekkala, Lavu, Vajrala, Vajha, Vantala, Vatluri, Vaddamudi, Vaddi, Vaddanam, Vatsala, Vallabhneni, Valluri, Vippala, Viriyala, Veeragandhapu, Veeragandham, Veeramachaneni, Vuppalapati, Vellanki, Vegi, Vengi, Vemana, Vejendla, Vemupati, Vemuru, Vaikuntha, Vaishnavula, Sakhamuri, Seelamaneni, Seempati, Srini, Sriramanedi, Srugavaram, Srungavarapu, surapaneedu, Sudigali, Sunkara, Sunkari, Siripuram, Singamaneni, Sudi, Surapuneni, Sontineni, Somara, Sokina, Soppa, Soma, Somavaram, Swarna, Swarnapaneni, Hanuma, Hanumantu, Hanumolu, Hari,NARRA, POTLA

7 comments:

praveen chowdary said...

y mallampati is not their guys

Ashok Chowdary said...

singu is also chowdaries surname. can you please update.

Bhavya Chinta said...

chinta is also surname. can you please update

lakshman said...

"bhyrapaneni" also kamma's brother

sure said...

"Pothuru" is also Kamma surname.Mostly people are from Anantapur and Kurnool

sure said...

"Lingutla"& "Nageli" also needs to be added

satya ragavendra said...

boddu also bayya

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