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Ksahtriya Surnames Andhra Pradesh

In Hinduism on July 3, 2013 at 19:28

The Buddha.

Prince Siddhartha, The Buddha, enlightened.Founder of Buddhism, A Kshatriya.

Kshatriya are the Warrior group in India.

Kshatriya, from (holder of) Kshatra (rule or authority), is one of the four varnas (social orders) in Hinduism. Traditionally, Kshatriya constitute the ruling and military elite of the Vedic-Hindu social system, as outlined by the Vedas and the Laws of Manu. They were in charge of the protection of the Hindu society by fighting in wartime and governing in peacetime.[1](wiki)

The Caste is determined by disposition.

There is another  basic criteria required of a Kshatriya, Compassion, ‘Kshama’

I will be posting a series of Kshatriya Surnames, Brahmin Surnames have been posted already.

The Vedic Brahminical hymn, Purusha Sukta is generally attributed to have mentioned the mythical origins of the four Varnas of the Vedic society.The hymn pronounces that Rājanya (from Rājan, tribal head or chief,-rule,Jana tribe) were born from the primordial being or Purusha‘s arms,and is a later addition to the book.[2]The term Rajanya was initially used as a tribe name and denoted the ruling families in the Rig vedic period which referred to a distinct social group.

The term Kashtriya on the other hand originated in later Rig Vedic period, and it gradually replaced the word Rajanya. Etymology of the word Kshatriya has been explained below. The term Rajanya unlike the word Khastriya essentially denoted the status within a linage. Whereas Kshatra(from which the word Kshatriya comes) implied temporal authority and power which was based less on being a successful leader in the battle and more on tangible power of laying claim to sovereignty over a territory, demanding prestations and symbolizing ownership over clan lands.Which later gave its way to the origin of Kingship.Thus the word Rajnaya was replaced by the word Kshatriya. [3]

The later books find some reference to the word Rajanya though it was used to denote specific tribe or political authority,and the word Kshatriya was popular and denoted the ruling class.Later inAitareya Brahmana of the Rig Veda there is a mention of Rajanya requesting a Kshatriya a place in a sacrifice,suggesting lower status of Rajnayas.By Brahminical standards Kshatirya,is superior to Vedic Rajanya.It was a Brahmin authority that decided the status of the two.Thus when the Purusha Sukta was composed during the later Rig Vedic period to elevate the status of Vedic Rajanya ,term Kshatriya was omitted.[2](wiki)

‘Bahu Rajanya Kruthah’ Kshatriyas are born of the Shoulders of the Universal Reality(Purusha Sooktham)

* One may notice some Gothras are from Brahmins,Kasyapa and Vasishta.

This is because of the marriage of these Brahmin  sages having begotten children from Kshatriya women.

If father is a Brahmin and the Mother is a Kshatriya, the offspring is classified as Brahmin, normally.

Andhra Pradesh Kshatriya Surnames.

Source:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kshatriya

http://telugukshatriyaas.blogspot.in/2009/08/surnames-of-telugu-kshatriyaas-surya.html

Dhananjaya Kasyapa Kaundinya Vasistha
Addala Balaraju Addepalli Adduri
Byrraju Bellamkonda Ayanampudi Alluri
Bhupathiraju Chiruvella Chitraju Angaraju
Champati Eedarapalli Dintakurthi Balaraju
Chekuri (Sekuri) Gorinta Ede Bejawada
Chintalapati Gobburi Inampudi Bhetalam
Dandu Kanumuri Jampana (Varnata) Byrraju
Dantuluri (Thantaluri) Kakkera Kalidindi Buddharaju
Dasaraju Katari Kundaraju Chamarthi
Datla (Thatla) Kadimella Mudunuri Dhenuvakonda
Gadiraju Lakamraju Chinda Dendukuri
Gandraju Mandapati (Manthapadi) Saripalli Erraguntala
Gokaraju Mungara Vemulavada Gadiraju
Gottumukkala Namburi Vemulamanda Ganapathiraju
Guntimadugu Pathapati Yamanamanda Godavarthi
Gunturi Saidu Chinda Gurjala
Jampana (Kota) Sayyaparaju Gundraju
Kallepalli Sirivella Immadiraju (Immalaraju)
Kammela Solaraju Indukuri (Indukoori)
Kankipati Solanki Isukapalli
Kanteti Uppalapati Kakarlapudi
Kasi Singaraju Kutcherlapati
Kopperla Sirigiribhogaraju Manthena (Manthana)
Kokkerlapati BUTTI Mulagapati
Konduri Muppalla
Koppella Mungapati
Kothapalli Nadimpalli
Kunaparaju Nagaraju
Kamparaju Kosuri Kovvuru Pusapati (Poosapadi)
Nallaparaju Pericherla (Pericholi)
Pakalapati (Pagalapati) Pinnamaraju
Patsamatla (Patchamatla) Potturi
Penumatsa (Penumathsa) Rajasagi
Penmatsa, Penmetsa Sagi
Pusampudi Sakhineti
Rudraraju Sagiraju
Sagiraju Samantapudi
Sujjuri Siravuri
Thotakura Vadapalli
Thirumalaraju Vatsavai (Vathsvaya)
Uddaraju/Vuddharaju Valivarthi
Vadlamudi Vegesana (Vegesina)
Vanapala Vetikuri
Vegiraju Penmatsa
Vempalli Pakalapati
Vetukuri Siruvuri (Siroovuri)
chiluvuri
vulchi (sreeramraju)
Yallamraju
Nandimandalam
Yarakaraju
Aarveti
Muthundi (Mudundi)

Kaushika Gotra:
1. Dalavai 4.Siddiraju
2. Pocharaju 5.Simhadri
3. casthuri 6.Timmaraju
7.Varadaraju

People belonging to Kaushika (Kaushik/Kousika/Kousikasa/Koushika/Kausika)
Gotra take Rajarishi Kausikaas their root.
Kausika was one of the names of Visvamitra.
11 Royal clans of 96 clan of Marathas belong to Kaushik gotra including the illustrious house of Shivaji and Rashtrakutas.
2 more clans belong to theVishvamitra gotra.
Kaushika gotra also belongs to Baish clan of rajput which includes in the suryavanshi rajput.

Pasupati Gotra: Pasupati
Descended from:
Sub-clans of Pasupati Gotra
Alugunuru
Anatharaju
Anjiraju
Ayyaparaju
Balaraju
Bayalraju
Betharaju
Bogaraju
Bontaraju
Buttamraju
Chamarthi
Chejerila
Chennamraju
Chennapay
Chevuru
CHINDA
Chokkaraju
Cibyala
Daasanapu
Dakshiraju
Dalavayi
Dommaraju
Gadi
Gouripuram
Govindaraju
Gunlapalli
Hasthi
Inkula
Jagadabhi
Kalvala
Kaluvala
Kamparaju
Kanchiraju
Katri
Konduru
Kocherla
Lingaraju
Medidaraju
Mudhuluru
Nandyala
Nimmaraju
Padmaraju
Patarapalli
Peddiraju
Penugonda
Raghava
Sangama
Sangaraju
Solaraju
Tipparaju
Ummalaraju
Valavarthi
Vanipanta
Vankeraju
Veligandla
Venkataraju
Yadavalli
Yellaturu
Yerramraju
..

Atrisha Gotra
Guduru
Gaddam
Lagidi
Gundraju
Kadimella
Nallooru
Chakravarthula
Bailraju
Kashyapa Gotra
Revaraju
Balaraju
Veligundla
Alugunooru
Sakunala
Chejarla
Uppalapati
Ummalaraju
Sammeta
Suraparaju
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