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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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Kshatriya Raju Varma Community Matrimony Matrimonial Brides and Grooms

Posted on Tuesday, February 04, 2020

Raju is a Telugu deviation of the Sanskrit word Raja and Raj meaning Prince, King, or Lord. They claim Kshatriya status and found in Andhra Pradesh.  Raju or Varma is a surname mainly found in the south Indian states of India. They claim descent from the ancient royal dynasties of India such as Chalukya-Cholas, the Eastern C Read More

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Kshatriya Bhavasar Community Matrimony Matrimonial Brides and Grooms

Posted on Tuesday, February 04, 2020

The Bhavsar is a caste mainly found in Indian states of Gujarat, Karnataka, Telangana, and Maharashtra. The Bhavsar is a community of Kshatriyas (the warriors). Bhavasar is an ethnic group originated from the Saurashtra region. The community Bhavsar was named after the two Princes Bhav Singh and Sar Singh.

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Kshatriya Community Matrimony Matrimonial Brides and Grooms

Posted on Tuesday, February 04, 2020

Kshatriya is also spelled Ksatriya or Kshattriya. Kshatriya word is derived from the Sanskrit word ‘kṣatra’meaning “rule, authority". Kshatriya is one of the four varna of the Hindu society. Kshatriyas historically are the royal and the top most varnas in the social order of India. Kshatriyas are known by different na Read More

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Krishnavaka Community Matrimony Matrimonial Brides and Grooms

Posted on Tuesday, February 04, 2020

Krishnavaka is a community of Tamil Nadu; they are also known by the names like Krishnavaga, Krishna Kshatriya Kurup and Panniyar and use the title Pillai or Pillay. The caste name Krishnavaka means 'belonging to Krishna'. The Krishnavaka community people pursue business, agriculture, and government service. The Krish Read More

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Koshti Community Matrimony Matrimonial Brides and Grooms

Posted on Tuesday, February 04, 2020

Koshti is a Maratha and Telugu caste. The members of this caste usually are involved in the occupation of weaving fine silk bordered cloths.  The Koshti community is divided into 15 sub-castes; some of them are Padmashali koshti, Satsale koshti, Halba Koshti, Devang Koshti, Lingayat Koshti, Salewar koshti, Patvis koshti, Des Read More

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Kori Community Matrimony Matrimonial Brides and Grooms

Posted on Tuesday, February 04, 2020

Koris are also known as Koli. Kori is an Indian caste, whose traditional occupation was weaving. The Kori community is classified as a Scheduled Caste in the states of Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand. The name "Kori" is derived from the word "kora" meaning ‘coarse cloth’, which refers to their customary occupation. Some Kor Read More

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Korama Community Matrimony Matrimonial Brides and Grooms

Posted on Friday, January 31, 2020

The Korama is a scheduled caste mainly found in Karnataka in India. They are settled in Bangalore and other places in that state. The name is derived from the word 'Kuru' meaning 'to devine' or 'prognosticate'. They follow Hinduism and speak Kannada and Tamil Language. The Korama is related to fortune Read More

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Konkani Community Matrimony Matrimonial Brides and Grooms

Posted on Friday, January 31, 2020

The Konkani is an ethno-linguistic community mainly found on the Konkan Coast of the South Western India whose mother-tongue is the Konkani language. They originate from the coastal Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka, and in The Dang district and nearby Dharampur region of Gujarat. Konkanis today are an urbanized community and the m Read More

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