What are the Gotras in Kshatriya?

What are the Gotras in Kshatriya?

They are (1) Shandilya, (2) Gautama Maharishi, (3) Bharadwaja, (4) Vishvamitra, (5) Jamadagni, (6) Vashista, (7) Kashyapa and (8) Atri . To this list, Agastya is also sometimes added. These eight sages are called gotrakarins, from whom all 49 gotras (especially of the Brahmins) have evolved.

What are the Kshatriya surnames?

Circars belong to these Four Gotras:

Vasistha Dhananjaya Kasyapa
Gadiraju Gottumukkala Mungara
Ganapathiraju Guntimadugu Namburi
Gurjala Gunturi Pathapati
Gundraju Jampana (Kota) Saidu

Are Kshatriyas Brahmins?

The system of classification, Varna is a system that existed in the Vedic Society that divided the society into four classes Brahmins (priests), Kshatriyas (warriors), Vaishyas (skilled traders, merchants), and Shudras (unskilled workers).

When did Kshatriya surnames start in Andhra Pradesh?

Kshatriya Surnames The surnames of Andhra Kshatriyas were created or formed during the 12th, 13th and 14th Centuries (AD). Prior to that, there were only Gotras (clans) but no surnames. Marriage alliances were being made between persons of different Gotras but not with persons of the same Gotras.

Who are the 5 gotras of Andhra Kshatriya clan?

Before 14th century A.D , andhra kshatriyas have no surnames or house names but identified endogamously by the gotra names only. According to some manuscripts available in tanjore saraswati libriory ,Andhra kshatriyas have only 5 gotras named as- vashista , koundinya , dhananjaya , kasyapa and bharadwaaja.

Where did some of the Kshatriyas settle in Nellore?

Pasupati , Vishwamitra , Atreya. some of the kshatriyas settled in ongole,nellore having gotra like “kasi’ which is twisted form of kashyapa gotra. Each Gotra is again sub-divided into hundreds of endogamous sects based on surnames that are named after villages of origin, a famous member of the clan, personality etc.

Who are the most famous gotras of North India?

Here is a List of Gotras of North India with name of Kula Devta,Family Deity. Rama Pattabhishekam.Lord Rama is a Kshatriya. Gothra – Vashishtha. Ved – Yajurved. Kuldevi – Kalika. From the vansha of Ramchandraji. Tirthankar Mahavir was Rajput Kshatriya and belongs to this vansha. He later formed Jain Dharma.