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Brahmbatt Community Matrimony Services to Find Brides and Grooms

Posted on Wednesday, February 26, 2020

The Brahmbatts are a Brahmin community that are at the apex of the Panch Gaud (Northern Brahmins) division of the Hindu Brahmin community. They are the original residents of the Kashmir Valley and are popularly known as the Kashmiri Pandits. They claim their ancestry to the yajna (sacrifice) performed by lord Brahma to produc Read More

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Boyer Community Matrimony Services to Find Brides and Grooms

Posted on Wednesday, February 26, 2020

The Boyers are a Dravidian branch of the larger Boya community which immigrated to the Indian subcontinent from the region of Persia in the 5th century BC. The Boyers are largely situated in the Mysore region of Karnataka and their chief spoken languages are Tulu and Kannada. They were once the Nayakas of the great Chalukya k Read More

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Boya Nayak-Naik Community Matrimony Services to Find Brides and Grooms

Posted on Wednesday, February 26, 2020

The Boya Nayaks/Naiks are a branch of the larger Boya community and are settled in the areas of northern Tamil Nadu while the majority of the Boya community is settled in Andhra Pradesh. While both branches are Dravidian in origin and arrived from Iran, the Boyas of Andhra speak telugu while the Boya Nayaks speak Tamil. The B Read More

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Boya Community Matrimony Services to Find Brides and Grooms

Posted on Wednesday, February 26, 2020

The Boyas are an Dravidian Andhraite community that are found in large numbers in the districts of Anantapur, Kurnool and Guntur. Their chief spoken language is telugu but they also speak the local dialects of the places they reside in. According to their historians, the Boyas (also known as Boyar in Tamil Nadu) emigrated fro Read More

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Billava Community Matrimony Services to Find Brides and Grooms

Posted on Wednesday, February 26, 2020

The Billava community (also known as Billoru and Biruveru) are a community of toddy tappers from southern karnataka and North Tamil Nadu. They are also engaged in cultivation of rice in the villages of Dakshin Kannada. The literal translation of their name points to bowmen or archers which is a reminder of their past as soldi Read More

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Bhovi Community Matrimony Services to Find Brides and Grooms

Posted on Wednesday, February 26, 2020

The Bhovi community has a history as old as 3000 years old and hail from the erstwhile Indian state of Mysore (currently the state of Karnataka) and Odisha. They have been the traditional carriers of the palanquins of the old kings and queens. With the extinction of the culture of kingship, the Bhovi community started farming Read More

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Bhausar Community Matrimony Services to Find Brides and Grooms

Posted on Wednesday, February 26, 2020

The Bhausar community (also pronounced as Bhausar) are a Kshatriya community that hails from the Saurashtra Peninsula region of Gujarat and Maharashtra. Their mother tongue is Bari but they also speak the local dialects of the places they settle in. Their primary occupation in current times is washing, weaving and dyeing of c Read More

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Bhatraju Community Matrimony Services to Find Brides and Grooms

Posted on Wednesday, February 26, 2020

The Bhatrajus are a south Indian community that resides in the current day states of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. According to ancient puranas texts, the Bhatrajus are descendents of kings and their name Raju translates to king and is a reminder of their glorious past. The Bhatrajus, owing to their war Read More

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Kulita Community Matrimony Matrimonial Brides and Grooms

Posted on Tuesday, February 04, 2020

Kuilta is a caste of the Hindus from the Western Odisha region of India. Kuilta is a sub-branch of a major group that migrated from the Kullu Valley of Himachal Pradesh. This caste is categorized as a socially and economically backward community in the State and Centre list. The main occupation is agriculture.

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Kulalar Community Matrimony Matrimonial Brides and Grooms

Posted on Tuesday, February 04, 2020

Kulalar is a community or caste found in India. Kulalars mainly belong to the Hindu religion. The word ‘Kulalar’ means "potter" in Indian languages. The pottery is the traditional occupation of the Kulalars. They involved in making idol making, bricks, and pottery. The different titles used by the Kulalars are Behra, Bhak Read More

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Kulal Community Matrimony Matrimonial Brides and Grooms

Posted on Tuesday, February 04, 2020

The Kulal are Hindus. The Kumbars, the caste of potters in Dakshina Kannada are called Kulals. The word 'Kumbhar' is derived from the Sanskrit word 'Kumbhakara' meaning 'the pot maker'. The Kulal is a potter’s community found in India. The present times, the Kulals have higher occupational positions Read More

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Kudumbi Community Matrimony Matrimonial Brides and Grooms

Posted on Tuesday, February 04, 2020

The Kudumbis are also known as, the Kurumbi, the Kunbi, or the Kunubis.  Kudumbi is traditionally a Konkani speaking farming community inhabitant in Kerala, India. The majority of the community people are farmers, laborers, and petty workers, settled in the central and southern Kerala region. The Kudumbis are part of the lar Read More

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