Hegemony of Brahmanism or crook Game of Vedism

The race of a “group of people” recognized through their language not by their adopted art of livings. Art of living or religion can be change with time spans but it’s hard to change their mother tongue. Language is the major proof of a race to trace their origin, where religion is only optional. Many linguistic race can be found who had changed their religion or art of living or their faith system according to polarization of human created so called faith system by an individual or groups through social conformity with the time. The linguistic race is the prime identity of a race after that their faith or religion, tradition, custom and heritage. India has 122 major languages and more than 1599 other languages. However, figures from other sources vary, primarily due to differences in definition of the terms “language” and “dialect”. The 2001 Census recorded 30 languages which were spoken by more than a million native speakers and 122 which were spoken by more than 10,000 people. Two contact languages have played an important role in the history of India: Persian and English. Persian was the court language during the Mughal period in India. It reigned as an administrative language for several centuries until the era of British colonization. Up until now, English is an important language in India. The race is primarily known from its language and list of languages shows the list of race in that demography. More the number of the speakers with their mother tongue show the dominant race of that demography. Individual race may have had one or number of kingdoms. All kingdoms in a specified demography called the age of kingdom in that era. Now present India was a place of numbers of kingdoms with different numbers of kings in the past. They were different to each other according to their linguistic race and individual beliefs or art of living and faiths. It is very hard to trace, which is the actual oldest linguistic race though some historian claims few from them oldest and streamed from one specified origin without any perfect logical base. In India, major language speakers mean major ancient Kingdoms. According to the 2001 census these are the major language linguistic race.

Table: Ordered by number of native speakers
Rank Language 2001 census
(total population 1,028,610,328 )
1991 census
(total population 838,583,988)
Encarta 2007 estimate
(worldwide speakers)
Speakers Percentage Speakers Percentage Speakers
1 Hindi 422,048,642 41.1% 329,518,087 39.29% 366 M
2 Bengali 83,369,769 8.11% 69,595,738 8.30% 207 M
3 Telugu 74,002,856 7.19% 66,017,615 7.87% 69.7 M
4 Marathi 71,936,894 6.99% 62,481,681 7.45% 68.0 M
5 Tamil 60,793,814 5.91% 53,006,368 6.32% 66.0 M
6 Urdu 51,536,111 5.01% 43,406,932 5.18% 60.3 M
7 Gujarati 46,091,617 4.48% 40,673,814 4.85% 46.1 M
8 Kannada 37,924,011 3.69% 32,753,676 3.91% 35.3 M
9 Malayalam 33,066,392 3.21% 30,377,176 3.62% 35.7 M
10 Odia 33,017,446 3.21% 28,061,313 3.35% 32.3 M
11 Punjabi 29,102,477 2.83% 23,378,744 2.79% 57.1 M
12 Assamese 13,168,484 1.28% 13,079,696 1.56% 15.4 M
13 Maithili 12,179,122 1.18% 7,766,921 0.926% 24.2 M
16 Kashmiri 5,527,698 0.54%
17 Nepali 2,871,749 0.28% 2,076,645 0.248% 16.1 M
19 Sindhi 2,535,485 0.25% 2,122,848 0.253% 19.7 M
20 Konkani 2,489,015 0.24% 1,760,607 0.210%
21 Dogri 2,282,589 0.22%
25 Meitei/Manipuri 1,466,705* 0.14% 1,270,216 0.151%
26 Bodo 1,350,478 0.13% 1,221,881 0.146%

You can’t find Sanskrit as a major linguistic race in the whole history. So claim of Sanskrit is the mother of all Indian language is a just bluff and super lies ever told to Indians. Sanskrit; In the 2001 census of India, only 14,135 people reported Sanskrit as their native language. If Sanskrit was the oldest language, and was race of major linguistic race then it would have been the largest number of speakers. Less speakers show it was a minor race in Indian race and has no major role for India without only hype by some elite group those dominate Indian literature saying Sanskrit is the mother of all language. Sanskrit has not its own letters shows it’s even was not a creative race that had developed their own alphabets. Many so called scholars claims Veda is from very ancient origin and the Sanskrit language is older than major linguistic race of India. The major language we see now is Hindi. Hindi is not Sanskrit. There was no word exists Hindi still Islam came to Indian demography i.e. till 700AD. So presently known Hindi is nothing but major letter of the Indian demography once upon a time which is named as Hind when Islamic emperor came to India and named the demography Al-Hind or Hindustan and non-Muslims to Hindu. This letter well known as Devnagari if we will eliminate Brahmins hegemony modified to its name i.e. “Dev” it remains with only “Nagari.” So Nagari is the original name of Hindi. The Nagari script was in regular use by the 7th century CE and it was fully developed by about the end of first millennium. The use of Sanskrit in Nagari script in medieval India is attested by numerous pillar and cave temple inscriptions, including the 11th-century Udayagiri inscriptions in Madhya Pradesh, a brick with inscriptions found in Uttar Pradesh, dated to be from 1217 CE, which is now held at the British Museum. Sanskrit used the Nagari script to write the four Vedas which were in the form of Shruti & Smriti or passing the information only through the recitation till it in scripted in Nagari language probably after 700AD or after that time spans. Many historian claims the Nagari script has roots in the ancient Brahmi script family. Some of the earliest epigraphical evidence attesting to the developing Sanskrit Nagari script in ancient India, in a form similar to Devanagari, is from the 1st to 4th century CE inscriptions discovered in Gujarat. First of all this historian has no evidence or arguments why Ashokan edicted letters are called Bramhi? and for which reason it should be called as Bramhi i.e. the name from dominant race Brahmins or Bramha or Brahmana etc. where the name “Bramhi” itself streams to giving the name to its inscription with this nomenclature! It’s not Bramhi it’s the letter that has been used in the age of Mauryan empire which is not related to Brami or nomenclature or ancient Indian scripture with the name like this. If it had been the case, then there should be the name Bramhi or Hindi in his stone inscription. Ashoka had followed the Buddhism and many Buddhist scriptures written in Prakrit and Pali language so it’s no doubt Ashokan pillar inscripted letters are nothing but Prakrit & Pali origin or may be with other name which we don’t know; but with a racial hegemony nomenclature by Brahmins named it as “Bramhi.” If it was Bramhi & Brahmans had their own letters, then why Vedas had not written in this language and waited till 700AD till Nagari Developed and they used the language naming it as Devnagari to write Vedas in Nagari? Ashokan edicts are older than Nagari or Sanskrit which shows Sanskrit is not a major or popular language even after Buddhism declination in India. The Edicts of Ashoka are a collection of 33 inscriptions on the Pillars of Ashoka as well as boulders and cave walls made by the Emperor Ashoka of the Mauryan Empire during his reign from 269 BCE to 232 BCE. These inscriptions were dispersed throughout the areas of modern-day Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Afghanistan and Pakistan and represent the first tangible evidence of Buddhism. Buddhism was the major religion of India than Brahmanism till 185BC when it dishonestly captured by Brahmin Pushyamitra Shuga and propagated the Vedism or Bramhanism to Ashokan Buddhist kingdom. In the age of kingdom; different kings of different linguistic races were fighting to each other for their demography expansions. The largest unified kingdom ever had created in the Indian demography was by itself Ashoka which was Mauryan Empire in 250BC and its national religion was Buddhism. Class or caste based system streams only from Sanskrit linguistic race, it’s because fourfold caste system streams from Vedas and Vedas are composed of Sanskrit. It means those are having Non-Sanskrit as their mother tongue they had no relation with the caste system till its forcefully implemented by the race of Sanskrit linguistic race to others. Pushyamitra Shunga was from Vedic Sanskrit linguistic race so he had only implemented the Vedism or Manusmriti to Non-Sanskrit linguistic races which were the part of Ashokan kingdom and created the chaos in Indian race declining Buddhism and divested the real cultures of linguistic races. If Sanskrit spoken people are few in these days then definitely they were very few in the age of  Mauryan Empire. If they were very few then how they created the 6 crore Brahmins of these days? For this answer we have to check the linguistic race of the Brahmins of different reason of India. We get different kind of linguistic race Brahmins in India whose mother tongue is not Sanskrit. Mother tongue is not Sanskrit proofs they are not belongs to Vedic Sanskrit race. If they were form Vedic origin, then they would have Sanskrit as their mother tongue. So it proofs they have just adopted the position of Brahmins favored by Vedic Brahmins to expand their faith system and to impose their philosophy Purusha shukta 10:90 merging Idolism in them to decline Buddhism. Pushyamitra Shunga had massacred to Buddhist monks of India to abolish Buddhism by shine of sword, as “Islamic emperors did after 700AD for the implementation of Islam to root natives” to implement caste based social system in different linguistic race or to Ashoka occupied linguistic kingdoms. We get many categories of Brahmins because Vedic promoters had given privileges to Idol worshipers of different linguistic race to promote their Vedism which created the empire of Brahmins with Vedic philosophy and this is the reason why different linguistic race Idol worshipers or different priest group of different native faith system became Brahmins initially with the certification of Vedic caste system. It’s the reason why their surnames don’t match with each other changing with the linguistic races. If a Brahmin in west Bengal has the surname Tagore, Mukherjee, Ganguli, Chattopadhyay, Mukhopadhyay, Banerjee etc., then we get other surnames of South Indian linguistic race with same Brahmin profession with surnames with different nomenclatures like Ayyar, Aiyar, Krishnamurti, Venkayya, Gurukkal, Iyengar etc. Different surnames with same profession from different linguistic race implies they are not from the same origin but from regional origin of a linguistic race with same profession. Which again implicates their origin is not from a single race but diversify race with one protocol i.e. Vedic fourfold caste system as social elite group named Brahmins which is defined in Rig. Veda’s Purusha Shukta 10:90. Which again implicates it’s an adoption to profession defined by Vedic caste system for racial social hegemony. It’s the reason why they created organized so called elite group according to Vedic fourfold caste system and dominated the others as racial hegemony. If they had relation to Vedic Sanskrit linguistic civilization, then they would have Sanskrit as their mother tongue and regional language as second language. Non-Sanskrit as their mother tongue and Sanskrit as official language to God shows, Sanskrit was only the adopted language by these linguistic pagan priests Vedic certified name as “Brahmins” to officiate Vedic worship method for Vedic hegemony. Hindu god and goddess belongs to Sanskrit race and they only understand Sanskrit chants is only a stupidity of the race. Krishna belongs to Yadu clan or Yadav race so Bihari may be his mother tongue, Rama belongs to Uttar Pradesh so Nagari or Hindi may be his mother tongue etc. so there is no reason exists these identities had any connections with Sanskrit civilization and Sanskrit language. It is even saying worthless Vedic peoples merged with different linguistic races of India and lost their mother tongue as their second language is totally baseless. Brahmins of different linguistic race just learned the Sanskrit to officiate Vedic worship methods for promotion of Vedism or Castesm or Brahmanism; as we learn English in present days as our second or third language to upgrading our international knowledge. Due to different kind of reservation for three upper castes by Vedic caste system in Sanskrit linguistic race, even many social con uplifted to different upper castes with their different surnames with the loopholes of implementations in different linguistic race, later which is used to recognize their social identity according to their hereditary occupations nomenclature by surnames. Many linguistic races’ divine or popular identities became the part of the Vedic or Brahmanism or Sanatan Dharma’s Hindu deities. Brahmins majorly theft their identity fabricating as Avatars of Vedic deities. Popular identity Shiva became Avatar of Rudra mentioned in Rig. Veda. Major popular linguistic identity became Avatar of Vedic god Vishnu. Pagan deities like Krishna who is originally from Yadav race of Bihar became prominent identity of Sanatan Dharma due to his popularity. Popular identity of Uttar Pradesh Rama became even a prominent identity for Brahmanism. In other sense these organized Brahmanism group created a mixed paganism named as Sanatan Dharma controlled by Vedism; later it became major religion declining the major religion of India Buddhism. Brahmanism has been demolished may Indian root faiths spreading Brahmanism and had been the major religion when Islamic Emperors Invaded India. There was no unified name as “India” or “Hindustan” to this gigantic demography of many kingdoms after Ashokan unified empire. When Islam came to this demography after 700AD they converted initially root natives to Muslims by shine of sword or by terror. To depart Muslims from other faiths of this gigantic demography they used the word Hindu. Majorly Iranians and Afghans were designating or recognizing the dwellers of riverside Shindu river as Hindu without any affiliation to specific faith. It’s the reason why they named their reined empire as Al-Hind or Hindustan. Later major religion Brahmanism adopted the Hindu word for their majority to hegemony of their empire of faith. Even with the time major knave or con people of different linguistic race uplifted them as Brahmin and propagated Brahmanism. Bullies of different linguistic race uplifted themselves as Kshatriyas and communal traders portrayed themselves as Vaishya and rest all kind of professions from different linguistic race suppressed as Shudra & Atishudra. Vesdism spread easily because most of the social con form different linguistic race attracted to Bramhin caste and portrayed themselves as Brahmins, bullies are certified by Brahmins as Kshatriyas and even some self certified as Kshatriyas, prestige hunger traders certified them as Vedic Vaishya or Brahmins even certified them as Vedic Vaishya in the age of Brahmanism for economical gains, rest innocent and ignorant became only slave to these three upper castes as Shudras to be used by these three upper castes. Brahmins just certified bullies of different linguistic race to use them as their force to control slave caste or Shudra caste & Vaishya caste. But these three castes i.e. Kshatriya, Vaishya & Shudra forgot that, adopting the caste system they are letting Brahmans as their boss and making themselves puppets to them.  Occupations are let reserved with hereditary acceptance through vedic caste system once implemented to the linguistic race. Change of occupation and surname became banned. Inter caste relation became banned and different kind of laws are made according to favor of Brahmins to these castes according to their profit orders. It means con Vedic promoters used the cons of different linguistic race to propagate their theory to rule the land dividing the people of different linguistic race in four divisions according to their profession where con as elite to all and rest are puppet to them. Sanskrit language has no similarity with Iranian language of any kind I.e. Sanskrit language has no link of any kind with Iranian languages like Persian 53%, Azerbaijani and other Turkic dialects 18% (e.g Qashqai, Turkmen), Kurdish 10%, Gilaki and Mazandarani 7%, Luri 6%, Arabic 2%, Balochi 2%, and other languages (Tati, Talysh, Armenian, Georgian, Neo-Aramaic, Circassian, Hebrew) which discards Aryan invasion theory as some historians claim. Sanskrit language race is an Indian linguistic race from thousands of linguistic race of India and always tried to dominate other kingdoms by hook and crook. Loan of few similar kind of words does not meant Sanskrit has the root to Avestan or old Persian. So Vedic race is a race of Aryans or race from Iran is totally controversial and may by a mind born story. If it is; then it does not matter because many races had been merged to Indian race and with the time they became the part of root natives to this gigantic plane. According to a psychological analysis; Brahmanism is a race of organized sociopaths i.e. a race of majorly crooks or majorly con or knave peoples of different linguistic race of India who worked organized as Theo-political group to dominate other major root natives according to their wish or favor. Masterminds of Vedsim used the cons of different linguistic race to dominate the whole land privileging them a specific elite position in a social group. The Vedic think tanks used the same method as our politician used to make politics these days. Like a National party created in one part of India spread through the all parts of the Nation where we can found their political leaders, members and voters throughout the Nation; where political party is governed by its own party protocols. For example, congress or BJP party leaders & members can be from any linguistic race of India which creates their follower voters across the Nation. Like this Pushyamitra Shunga enforced the Manusmriti & Vedic caste system to Ashokan kingdoms enforcing to the kings of different linguistic race those were part of Ashokan kingdom. Later it’s so called spiritual leaders continued the same and destroyed the Buddhism from the Ashokan empire or Indian race. Itself the word “Brahmana” has its hidden meaning. Though Brahmana so called writers hype themselves as they are great, but never seen the in-depth meaning of “Brahmana.” Many so-called scholars say “ब्रम्हम् जानती यः, सः ब्राह्मणम्” i.e. “Bramham jaanati jaha, saha Bramhanam” means those who knows about soul is known as “Brahmins” but in truth the real definition is “ब्रम्हम् हनती यः, सः ब्राह्मणम्” i.e “Bramham hanati jaha, saha Bramhanam” means those who kills or sacrifices soul is known as “Brahmana.” Purusha Shukta 10:90. Itself the example where cosmic Purusha sacrificed and all caste born. Purusha Shukta says “In the sacrifice of Purusha, the Vedic chants were first created. The horses and cows were born, the Brahmins were made from Purusha’s mouth, the Kshatriyas from his arms, the Vaishyas from his thighs, and the Shudras from his feet. The Moon was born from his spirit, the Sun from his eyes, the heavens from his skull. Indra and Agni emerged from his mouth.” Majorly sacrificial ceremony officiates by Brahmins not by other three castes. Purusha Shukta is favored to Brahmins showing the creator of Purusha Shukta either itself Brahmins or had created for the Brahmins in the motive they will dominate the whole social group. The hidden meaning is Brahmins destroy the integrity of a social group to dominate the society or in other words “divide and rule.” Why Sanskrit written protocols for Sanskrit civilization is mandatory for other linguistic race? What is the relation or connection between Sanskrit linguistic race with other non-Sanskrit linguistic race? Why should we mandatory to obey caste system which is originated by crook Vedic think tanks? Pushyamitra Shunga and his follower kings had converted their kingdoms to Vedic caste based kingdoms. Massacre of Buddhist monks had terrified to many kingdoms and Buddhist followers of ancient India. Many Buddhist monks those had converted to Brahmanism could not uplift them to the height of cons and it’s the reason why poor Brahmins whose root origin is Buddhism are still poor and following the path Buddhism’s vegetarianism & path of non-violence only having a social so called social elite status by Vedic classification. Pushyamitra Shunga was that dishonest anti national servant of a king who betrayed the faith of a king and destroyed its master’s assets and harmed to his citizens according to his communal belief. When Ashokans descendants were busy spreading the Buddhism across the world giving the governance in the guardianship of Pushyamitra Shunga making a king to a 12 or 13 yrs. kid Brihadratha as their descent as the King of Ashokan empire; this army chief dishonest Brahmin stabbed the knife in the back on their faith. He assassinated Brihadratha in a military parade when showing the strength of the Ashokan army and proclaimed himself the king of Ashokan empire and implemented the Brahmanism to Ashoka kingdom which was a unified mega kingdom of kingdoms by Mauryans. Here point to be noted Pushyamitra Shunga is a belief killer and dishonest crook and a criminal servant and for this reason Brahmins are never trusted. He never found the Ashokan empire with war; he got the Ashokan empire by an evil opportunity. The so called Brahmin scholars, writers & historians are trying to wipe these facts from the history and using fabrication to hide their dishonesty to Indian race till to date in various forms. These writers & so called historian should be targeted due to miscarriage of information and fabricating Indian history & literatures. Ashoka had suppressed the Brahmins in his regime and suppressed their profession of killing animals in Vedic ceremony as sacrifice where cows & horses were sacrificed as Gomedha & Aswamedha Yangya and was taken as their holy food. Ashoka had adopted the Buddhism and was against the violence & animal sacrifices, so he was punishing the Brahmins for such practices and enforced them to be the vegetarians. Many Brahmins became vegetarian and it became a puritanical practice to their evolution. Those Buddhist monks converted to caste based Brahmins they even continue such practices for which they became vegetarian but could not uplifted themselves to the height of con Brahmins so most of them till to date poor even having lot of favor & privileged by Vedic Brahmins. Here point to be noted if Brahmanism or Vedism was a great religion in the age of Ashoka then why he had not impressed and influenced by Vedism? Why he had not promoted the Vedism in his regime? Declining Vedism in the period of Maurayan empire shows it was a bad in the eyes of Mauryans or in the eyes of king Ashoka.  After decline of Buddhism in Ashokan empire only very few numbers of Vedic Brahmin used the idol worshipers or Poojari of different linguistic race giving them an opportunity of lucrative social position as elite defined in Purusha Shukta 10:90 and privileged manythings to them by Manusmriti to implement their theory in all land of the India for racial hegemony for which till to date they are dominating the whole India by hook and crook creating thousands of social evils due to their evil implementation Vedism. If we eliminate Sanskrit chanting, Havan or Yangya, sacrifices of animals in a Hindu worshiping method rest methods are original method of Indian idolism worshiping. Poojari & Brahmins are not same. A Brahmin is a Poojari but all Poojari are not Brahmins. Brahmin is a Vedic designation or certification to con Poojari of different linguistic race those are used as political tool to spread Vedism in Indian race. Poojaris are idol worshipers without Vedic affiliation or without Vedic caste based protocols where Brahmins are Poojari with Vedic affiliations. Vedic Brahmins gave the Non Sanskrit Linguistic-Brahmins (Idol Poojari of different linguistic race) an elite position in the society but used their mind as slave prostitutes for their philosophy. Till to date even they worship penis of the Shiva in the temple and fake son of Shiva as Ganesh believing eternal source of religion showing their logical blindness; where it’s a hypocrisy to dominate the popularity of Shiva as its idol form or to suppress popularity of Shiva as an Idol by Vedic crooks. Shiva was a famous Identity in north India and was belongs to Himalayan Nepal origin from the tribal group named Kirats. They adopted the identity of Shiva but used according to their hypocrisy targeting to fools. It means giving even elite position they fooled itself the non-Sanskrit linguistic Brahmins whose mother tongue is not Sanskrit. They fooled in many forms to linguistic Brahmins using as a tool for their philosophy dominance. Below picture will make you good understandings.

Before 250BC

There was no unified national name as India or something like this before 250BC. The present India was only a place of different linguistic race with own kind of social governance, faiths, customs, cultures, traditions and heritages. Different kinds of philosophy have been developed in their linguistic races. Many major faiths like Ajivika, Charavaka, Buddhism, Nyaya, Vaisheshika, Samkhya, Yoga, Mīmāmsā, Alekha, Jainism, Vedism or Brahmanism, non-believers, idolers, shamanism, paganism etc. etc. were eye catching faith systems in those days. There was always war between the kingdoms to expand their demography so amalgamation of their art of living was even in the evolution. There was even always war of contradictions, among in their faiths or art of living systems; where major faith always trying to contradict & dominate others.


Before 185BC

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 After 185BC

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After 700AD


Brahmins had been dominated many Indian faiths like Ajivika, Charavaka, Buddhism, Nyaya, Vaisheshika, Samkhya, Yoga, Mīmāmsā, Alekha, Jainism etc. Promoting only Vedant. They had fueled their fabricated faith Jainism against Buddhism and took the control over Nyaya, Vaisheshika, Samkhya, Yoga, Mīmāmsā in their favor. Brahmanism had been the major faith named as Sanatan Dharma in 700AD. They had been spoiled Buddhism creating division in them majorly Hinayana & Mahayana. Hinayana is the original Buddhist contexts and had followed by king Ashoka. Later Buddhism gone to many other different sects like Zen Buddhism, Tibetan Buddhism, Pure Land Buddhism, and Tantric Buddhism etc. In the age of Brahmins hegemony many natives had been converted to Vedic castes as Brahmans, Kshatriya, Vaishyas and Shudras according to their professions during the implementation of Purusha Shukta or Bramhanism. Brahmins had captured the idol paganism & tribalism of different linguistic race making it as Sanatan Dharma or Brahmanism. When Islam came initially they converted many root natives those had various faith system to Islam by shine of sword, many lower caste even converted themselves to Islam due to upper caste exploitation to lower castes. To differentiate non-Islam from Islam they designated the land as Al-Hind later Hindustan and to non-Muslims as Hindu. Major faith in that time Brahmanism or Sanatan Dharma branded themselves as Hindu. Islam remained a prominent dominant to India partly and majorly, 700AD to till British came in 1600AD around 900yrs. In 1947 Nehru & Indian constitution named all faiths those are not belongs to foreign origin under the one umbrella of Hindu & Hinduism though they are contradictory to each other.

 After 1600AD

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india-got-dividedThe population of India has been divided in to two major religions named Hindu & Muslim in 19th century. Political power divided the India according to their adopted faith for their personal & organized benefits and nation divided in to two parts Pakistan as Muslim Nation and India as democratic Nation. India became democratic with embedding of Hindu National name as “Bharat” by Hindu orthodox active political leaders under the influence of Hindū Mahāsabhā and its descent organizations like Bharatiya Jana Sangh and Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) etc. They added this new name “Bharat” to Indian constitution in a motive to make it a Hindu Nation or Bramhanic dominated  Nation in future; where the word “Maurya” or “Ashoka” should have been the perfect name against “Bahart.” There is no authenticated origin exists with this name “Bharat.”  There is no proof exist the identity named “Bharat” once ruled the whole demography of present India or British India.  Bahart from Ramayana i.e. younger brother of Rama has only ruled Ayodhya which is only a place of 10.24 km²Bharata from Bhārata dynasty i.e. an ancestor of the Pandavas and the Kauravas in the Sanskrit epic Mahabharata had only ruled specific region as Ayodhya without even any proper authenticity. Mahabharata itself seem to be only a story rather than a real life event. Its a story of cousin brothers fight for property that started from gambling. How its a source of knowledge and morals its out of logic. If even its true then there is no connection with whole linguistic race found in the Indian demography. Itself Ramayana & Mahabharata are translated to the other linguistic race proofs its not the part of the major linguistic races of India. So naming the “Bharat” to a unified Nation from communal background without any proper authenticity shows the dominance of race to Indian constitution and hegemony of these so called elite group to the Nation. India meant to present India, Pakistan, Bangladesh which was combining the kingdom of Ashoka and was primarily a Buddhist kingdom in the past. Hindu orthodox & Pakistani orthodox love to name India as “Bharat” it’s because Hindu orthodox mainly want to name it as “Bharat” because they want to make it a Hindu nation. Pakistan orthodox Muslim wants to name it as “Bharat” because they want to depart Pakistan as individual Nation where in name “India” Pakistan & Bangladesh are part of the Indian Nation. In government of India Act & Indian independence Act. you can’t find any name “Bharat.” Which implicates India can be reunited if we will have a common good effort to reunite the original kingdom of Ashoka as Indian Nation without a domination of any religion.

Present 2017


     NB: Never believe instantly Bramhanic literature & history those are written by them or written in the direction or influence of Brahmins; most of them are honey coated sweet lies & fabrications. They are masters in literature & history corruptions. Most of their thinktanks are well in verbal & literature skills; it does not mean they got the license to spread lies, irrationality, blindbeliefs, discriminations, fabrications and diffrent kind of social evils in the name of god, religion, spiritualism, culture, cutom, tradition and heritage. But after keen observations and analysis, when you find that anything agrees with reasons and truths after your proper interpretations then accept it.

Following list is a collection of some Brahmins surnames from different linguistic race. If they were from one race as Brahmins, then they would have one surname and one mother tongue. Having thousands of surnames with different language as their mother tongue proves Brahmanism is nothing but adoption of Vedic certification of “Brahmin” by local or pagan idol worshipers of different linguistic race as organized priest hood for Vedism. Initially may be few so called original Vedic Brahmins those had programmed the Purusha Shukta were less in numbers, but their race has been merged in the idol worshiper certified Brahmins and has been lost their real identity in the amalgamation. Brahmins itself having their subdivisions according to their categories of duties. Surnames are different according to their categories of duties. Same surnames in different linguistic race shows migration of Brahmins from one linguistic race to other linguistic race, and adoption of the surnames due to same professions. Many kings even tried to establish Brahmin governance in their kingdoms so kings were giving land to them in their kingdoms to manage their villages with Vedic caste based systems. Kings were even adopting the Vedism themselves by adopting the position of ruler as Kshatriyas due to popularization of caste based social system by Vedic promoters and to decline themselves to be called as Kings of Shudras; because non Vedic caste based kingdoms were considered as Kingdoms of Atishudras by Vedic scholars. These stupid Kings could not understand adopting the position of Kshatriyas they are making masters to Brahmins. This organized priest hood as Brahmins by Vedic philosophy is the root cause of all evils in India. Though we found thousands of surnames but their population is less than 6 crores. These Brahmins actually living in a psychological disorder for decades. They are living in delusion & deception with egoism of social elite for Vedic certification as Brahmins is a disorder. Where in truth their root profession is worshiping the artistic impressions, clay, metal or stone with an identity shape naming it as deity for decades as delusions and self-deception. They are in truth living in blind beliefs, irrationality, discrimination, paranoia, partial schizophrenia, self-grandiose with different kind of partial psychological disorders for decades and promoting the same to exploit other innocent social natives, claiming the Vedic God worshiper certification adoption as Brahmin caste by Purusha Shukta 10:90. In truth Purusha Shukta 10:90 is not a knowledge it’s either stupidity or hypocrisy. They are still believing clay or metal or stone made shapes or printed artistic impressions are ruling the world; and they are the care takers of those eternal shapes named Hindu deities. If they know its fake and false and used to do all these for their livelihood cheating others to rule their followers mind and to create power of unity to use them, then it’s also a psychological disorder known as sociopathy. All Brahmins are not so fools so most of them knows, their world is a world of deception for their livelihood and racial hegemony it’s the reason why the race of the Brahmins is a race of crooks. The list of surnames proofs thy are organized theopolitical mass of different linguistic race having no single origin those working for Vedic caste based philosophy for racial hegemony of cons. Since Vedic caste system is inhuman and antisocial the promoter of this philosophy is nothing but inhuman & antisocial, therefore they are not the marks of social elite but the marks of the social stigma, stupidity, delusion, deceptions, human right abusers, cheaters, liars, human discriminators, antisocial and so called higher organized Vedic certified priest group as Brahmins and a race of just crooks. Some citizens with surnames of Brahmins are rational, anti-Vedic and anti-castes, those fight against these social evils for social reformations; they are excluded from the condemnation. True reformist not only discard the caste system & Vedic certification as Brahmins but also discard its surname nomenclature.


Asamemse Brahmins Surnames:

Baruah, Bez Baruah, Bujar Barua, Chandra Barua, Ram Barua, Prasad, Barua, Gobinda Barua, Acharya / Acharjee, Bhattacharya / Bhattacharjee, Bhagavati, Bardalai, Gain, Goswami, Sharma, Siddhanta, Thakur, Pathak, Sarma, Barooah, Chakravarty, Barua, Baruah, Barooah, Baroova, Borooah, Bezborah, Acharya / Acharjee, Bhatta / Bhattacharya, Bhagawati / Bhagwati, Bardoloi / Bordoloi / Bardalai, Bor / Bar – Kotoki / Katakey / Kataki / Pujari / Poojari / Puzari, Bor / Bar – Thakur / Thakore also, very rarely Borethakur/ore, Chakravarti / Chakraborti, Gain / Gayen, Goswami, Khaund / Khaound, Kotoky / Katakey, Pujari / Poojari / Puzari, Phukan / Phookan, Rajkhowa, Sarma / Sarmah / Sharma, Siddhant / Siddhanta, Savapandit, Soud, Thakur / Thakore, Pathak, Rajguru / Razguru, Tamuli (Sarma Tamuli)….

Bengali Brahmins Surnames:

Bhattacharya, Chakraborty, Mukhopadhyay / Mukherjee, Bandyopadhyay / Banerjee, Chattopadhyay / Chatterjee, Gangopadhyay / Ganguly, Ghoshal, Thakur / Tagore, Lahiri, Bhaduri, Sanyal, Maitra, Bagchi, Patitunda, Kanjilal, Roy, Choudhury, Majumdar, Joardar, Acharya, Adhikari, Aich,  Bhattacharjee,  Debnath, Ghatak, Misra, Nath, Munshi, Pathak,  Tewary, Sengupta, Dasgupta, Duttagupta, Gupta, Sensharma, Goswami, Pakrashi …

Bihar/ Mithila / Jharkhand Brahmins Surnames:

Acharya, Mishra, Ojha/ Jha, Thakur, Pathak, Upadhyay, Choudhary, Shandilya, Rajhans, Kashyap, Jajware, Sharma, Chaturvedi, Rājhans, Bhāradwaj, Shāndilya, Kashyap, Parāshar, Pratihast, Jajwāre, Achārya, Kātyāyan, Singh (Brahmins who were also Zamindars and preferred to associate themselves more with Kings than Vipra Brahmins. e.g., Maharaja Kameshwar Singh of Darbhanga Raj, Singhs/Sinha of Banaili raj, etc. But use of this surname is more an exception than a widely accepted phenomenon.), Bājpayee, Chaturvedi, Khān (a small section of Maithil Brahmins (originally from near Saharsa, i.e. from Bangaon and Parari Village of Sahara District, Bihar) who were small Kings or Zamindars by virtue of their unusual combination of strengths, intellect and acumen and were given Royal titles of Khan, KhanBahadur or KhanSahab during Akbar’s reign. In fact it was not in Akbar’s reign that Khan surname was adopted by these Brahmins. Both Bahadur and Khan are in fact Monglian words brought to India and Arab by Genghis (Changez). People (Muslims) started using the Khan surname as an acknowledgement to Genghis (Changez) Khan’s valour and similarly Lal Bahadur was derived from Ulan Batur the capital of Mongolia. So Bahadur and Khan was derived as a surname depicting the valour of Genghis (Changez) Khan. Thus few ruling Brahmins of Mithila adopted the Surname of Khan or Khan Bahadur.), Sharmā …

Nepali Brahmins Surnames:

Acharya, Lamichhane, Rijal, Bastola, Bhurtel, Bhetwal, Gajurel, Chudal, Subedi, …

Uttar Pradesh / Uttarakhand / Other North Indian Brahmins Surnames:

Mishra, Dikshit, Dubey, Dwivedi, Tiwari, Trivedi, Chaubey, Chaturvedi, Pandey, Vajpayee, Bajpai, Pathak, Upadhyay, Ojha, Goswami, Parashara, Tiwari, Nirmal, Pandit, Bharadwaj,    Shukla, Agnihotri, Siritiya, Tote, Pujari, Purohit, Nayapaul, …

Kashmiri Pandit Brahmins Surnames:

Kaul, Bhat, Raina, Haksar, Tikoo, Mattoo, Dhar, Kak, Sapru, Sopori, Razdan, Kher, Bachloo, Bakshi, Draboo, Hangloo, Wanchoo, Adalti, Adib, Adkaloo, Agha, Aima, Akhoon, Alaroo, Ambardar, Amin, Aram, Arzbaigi, Atal, Achkan, Atri, Babu, Bachloo, Badam, Badgami, Badhwan, Badyari, Bagh, Bakaya, Bakshi, Bali, Baliya, Balu, Bambroo, Bamtsunt, Bamzai, Band, Bandar, Bangi, Bangroo, Barbooj, Bataphalu, Battiv, Bazari, Bazaz, Beera, Bhan, Bhandari, Bharadwaj, Bhat, Bhujoo, Bindroo, Bishta, Bradi, Bradoo, Braru, Breth, Bula, Buni / Boni, Badshah, Bachroo, Bagati, Bambri, Banihali, Betab, Bindra, Budki, Burza, Butki, Bahaar, Bahadur, Chacha, Chaghat, Chaka, Chakbast, Chakru, Chaku, Challu, Chandra, Chandru, Channa, Charibacha, Chata, Chhatabali, Cheru, Chillum, Chiraagi, Chokan, Choku, Choor, Chotai, Chottu, Choungu, Chrangu, Chroungu, Chowdhary, Daftary, Dandar, Dangar, Dangi, Darabi, Daraz, Darbari, Dass, Dassi, Dattatreya, Dembi, Deva, Dewani, Dhar/ Dar, Dharmarthi, Dhobi / Daub, Dont, Dout, Drabi, Draboo, Dral, Duda, Dullu, Durrani, Duru, Dusaj, Danzi, Diwan,  Fehrist, Fotedar, Gadoo, Gadar, Gadroo, Gadva, Gagroo, Galikrapa, Galvan, Gamkhar, Gandnoo, Ganhar, Ganju/ Ganjoo, Garyali, Gadyali, Geru /Giru, Gharoo, Ghasi, Gigoo, Goja, Gosain, Gurkha / Gorkha, Gurtoo, Guru, Guzarwan, Galdar, Ganz, Gogayi, Haash, Haashiya, Hak, Hakachar, Hakeem, Hakhoo / Hukhoo / Hukku, Haksar, Halli, Handoo, Hangal, Hangloo, Hanjura, Hapa, Harkar, Hashiwali, Hastiwal, Hastu, Hazari, Hoon, Harkauli, Indrabi, Ishbari, Jad, Jailkhani, Jalali, Jalla, Jan, Jatoo, Jawansher, Jinsi, Jogi, Jota, Jyotsi, Jadwali, Jatta, Kabadi, Kabu, Kabuli, Kachawa, Kachroo, Kadalbujoo, Kak, Kakroo, Kakapuri, Kalla, Kallawat, Kallu, Kalpush, Kandroo, Kantroo, Kanoongo, Karawani, Karihaloo, Karnel, Karvayoo, Kasab, Kashkari, Kasid, Kath, Kathju, Katwa, Kaul / Koul, Kaula, Kaw, Kemdal, Kemmu, Keni, Kenoo, Khachoo, Khaibri, Khanakatu, Khanmushu, Khar / Kher, Khardoori, Kharoo, Khashoo, Khaumush, Khazanchi, Khoda, Khoru, Khosa, Khudbali, Khushu, Khuyihama, Kichloo, Kichru, Kilam, Kissu, Kitroo, Kochak, Kokhu, Kotha, Kothdar, Kotru, Kotwal, Kraipak, Krakroo, Krandoo, Kranzu, Kral, Krid, Kuchru, Kukil, Kukroo, Kuli, Kunzru, Kuraz, Kurdi, Kyani, Kitloo, Kachar, Kashyap, Khushpanj, Labroo, Ladakhi, Lala, Lahori, Langar, Langoo/ Lange, Lanker, Lattu, Lidhoo, Likhari, Machama, Madan, Mahaldar, Malla, Mam, Mandal, Manduloo, Malik, Manslal, Mantapuri, Mantu, Manwati, Marchawangan, Mattoo, Mattas, Mazari, Mekhzin, Meva, Mich, Mirakhur, Mirza, Miskeen, Misri, Miya , Mogal, Mohnuri, Monga, Mota, Moti, Moza, Muhtasib, Mujoo, Mukhi, Mukka, Mukku, Mukru, Munshi, Musa, Mushraan, Muthu, Makru, Modgil, Masaldan, Mubayi, Naar, Naaz, Nagari, Nakashi, Nakhasi, Nala, Naqib, Nasti, Nazir, Nazuk, Nehru, Neka, Nadir, Nad, Nagoo, Oonth, Ogra, Padar, Padi, Padora, Pahalwan, Pajnu, Pampori, Pandit, Pandita, Panzu, Parikala, Parimoo, Partazi, Pat, Patar, Patto, Patwari, Peer, Peshin, Piala, Poot, Prothi, Punjabi, Puran, Purbi, Qazi, Qandhari ( Kandhar/ Khandhar/ Kandhari/ Khandhari), Rafiz, Raghu, Raina, Rambal, Rangateng, Rangroo, Rayou /Reu, Razdan, Ratiz, Rawal, Renzoo, Revoo, Rishi, Rugoo, Sadana, Sadhu, Safaya, Sahib /Sahibi, Said, Salman, Saproo, Saraf, Sas, Sathoo, Sav, Sazwal, Seru/ Shiroo, Shaal, Shagali, Shah, Shakdhar, Shali, Sharabi, Sharga, Sharma, Shastri, Shayar, Sher, Shingari, Shishoo, Shivpuri, Shoga, Shongu, Shora, Shungloo, Sikh, Sibbu, Sidha, Sipahi, Sopori, Sukhiya, Sultan, Sulu, Sum, Sumbli, Suni, Suri, Suthoo, Sabni, Safapuri, Shahbadi, Sogami, Tailang, Tabardar, Tak, Talib, Talif, Tamini, Taimiri, Tanganoo, Tankha, Tanku, Taploo, Tar, Tariwali, Tava, Teli, Teng, Thakur, Thaltsur, Thaploo, Thathoo, Thela, Thogan, Thas, Thussu, Tiku, Tilwan, Topa, Toshkhani, Tota, Trakroo, Trisal, Tritsha, Tshut, Tsul, Tufchi, Tuli, Tulsi, Tur, Turi, Turki, Tutu,  Ugra, Uthu, Upadhyay, Vaishnavi, Vakil, Vangar, Vani, Vantu, Vass, Vesh, Veshan, Vichari, Vishnu, Vokhu, Voonth, Wadhawan, Waguzari, Wakhloo, Wali, Wanchoo, Wangoo, Wangnoo, Wanikhan, Warikoo, Wat, Watal, Waza, Wazir, Wufa, Wuthu, Wasuri, Yacha, Zaboo, Zadoo, Zahaldar, Zaharbad, Zahi, Zalpuri, Zamindar, Zarabi, Zaraboo, Zari, Zaroo, Zijoo, Zithu , Zoroo, Zotan, Zradchob, Zutshi, Zibbu, ……

Odisha Brahmins Surnames:

Samanta, Mishra, Acharya, Satapati, Pati, Upadhyay, Tiwari, Dash, Panda, Bishi, Vedi, Divedi, Trivedi, Chaturvedi, Dash Sharma, Dikshit(Dixit), Debata or Devata, Nath, Sahu, Panigrahi, Rath, Rath Sharma, Sarongi, Joshi, Pattojoshi, Purohit, Pujari, Devasharma, Padhi, Khuntia, Nanda, BhattaMishra, Tripathi,   Dwivedi, Udgata orudgātṛ, Hota or Hotṛ, Satapathy, Kar, Bishi, Suara, Mahasuara, Garabadu, Sharma, Nath, Choudhury, Sahu, Dyansamantray, Panigrahi, Guru, Rajguru, Rayguru, Mahapatra, Pani, Mohapatra (some of them),  Patra, Sadangi, Pani, Thakur (found mostly in Kalahandi and Sambalpur), Pati, Bahinipati, Sarangi, Gantayat, Behera (found mostly in Kalahandi and Sambalpur), Sar (Found mostly in Hindol, Dhenkanal), Sabat, Swain (some of them), Shukla, Pandaor Pandit, BadaPanda, PujaPanda, Sabata, Nanda, Padhiary, Pathi, Nepak, Devasharma, Otta, Khadenga, Pradhan (some of them) Senapati, Dhar, Guru, Rajguru, Rayguru, Patri, Bahinipati, Thakur, Chaini(found mostly in Kalahandi and Sambalpur), Palo (Pala or Pal in Orissa not Bengal), Nayak, Barpanda, Muni, Praharaj, Pani, Paathi, Gantayat, Suara, Mahasuara, Garabadu, Choudhury, Sahu, Dyansamantray, Nepak, Khadanga, Devasharma, Udgata, Hota, Otta, Bebarta, Chaulia, Bastia, Mallia, Garabadu, Samantray, Boxi, Boxi-patra, Bakshi, Udgata, Singhababu, Singhamahapatra or Sinhamahapatra, Mahanty, Pathak, Dandapath Satapathi, Sannigrahi Hota, Goswami Praharaj, Pyne, Tewary, Nayek, Layek …..

Gujrati Brahmins Surnames:

Bhatta, Upadhyay, Vyasa…

Maharashtrian Brahmins Surnames:

Kulkarni, Deshpande, Fadnavis, Phadnis or Phadnavis, Desai, Patil, Joshi, Bhatta, Shastri, Rao, Sharma, Hedge, Garge, Varne, Shrirame, Padhye…

Karnataka Brahmins Surnames:

Rao, Aithal, Bhat, Adiga Deshpande, Somayaji, Sharma, Shastri, Hebbar, Iyer, Iyengar, Karanth, Bendre,
Subramanian, Sharma, Swami, Swaminathan (well this is more tamil nadu), Srinivasan, Venkatraman,

Tamil Brahmins Surnames:

Iyer / Aiyar, Iyengar, Swaminathan ….

Punjab Brahmins Surnames:

Jaitly, Trikha, Kumoria, Jinghan, Mohla, Joshis, Kurals, Bhanots, Sands, Pathaks, Bharadwajs, Shouries, Bali, Vaid, Chhibber, Datt, Mohan, Lau and Bhimwal, Issar, Markandey (or Markande), Kumaria, Jhingan, Shorey, Punj, Rampal, Modgil, Kapil, Kaushal, Kanav, Lakhanpal, Tejpal, Sehajpal, Bhardwaj, Attri, Devgan, Bhaskar, Mannan, Biala, Agnihotri, Dwivedi, Davesar, Prabhakar……

Telugu Brahmins Surnames:

Sharma, Deekshitulu, Joshyula/ Josyula, Mishrula, Dwibhashyula, Bhagvatula, Shashtrula, Shastry/ Sastri/ Sastry, Upadhyayula, Suarashtrula, Bhattula, Saraswatula, Goda, Bhamidi ,Chelluri,  Appajosyula, Vishnubhotla Kandalam, Kandala Nadiuminti, Devarakonda, Nadiminti, Korada, Upadrastha, Cheedella,  Mukkavilli, Bikkavilli, Vepa, Instala, Sistla, Sista, Vedula, Rambatla, Rangabatla, Mushinuri, Maddoori, Vadali, Perepa, Sonthi, Dhavala, Bhagavatula, Sreerangam,  Gollapalli, Gollapudi, Gullapalli, Challa, Subraveti, Regulagedda, Padullaparti, Bulusu, Kothakota, Vempati, Kompalli, Kundurti, Pasumarti, Dandurti, Chembolu, Pisipati, Paturi, Veluvalapalli, Gudimetla,  Pamulaparti, Jayanti, Mukkamala, Mulugu, Munukutla, Burra, Veleti, Voleti, Vogeti, Gandikota, Chanchalam, Inguva, Potanapudi, Kota, Bommerla, Janaswamy, Bhairavabhatla, Akella,  Adibhatla, Ayyalasomayajula,  Peri, Ayyavari, Dhavala, Aryasomayajula, Viswanadha, Vadlamani, Vedula, Aati, Bontha, Oruganti, Penamakuri, Mannava, Kummamuru, Kalanadhabhatla, Potharaju, Mopidevi, Kasinadhuni, Veluri, Vangala, Vishnu Vajjhula, Koorella, Avadhanula, Somayajula, Murthy, Vangala, Veluri, Vishnuvajjhula, Pannala, Koorella, Avadhanula, Somayajula, Bhairavabhotla, Somina, Mulukutla, Jupudi, Bhaskaram, Varanasi, Mudiganti , Poduri, Karri, Veluturupalli, Nagampalli, Yerramilli , Prayaga, Pakala, Modukuri, Burra, Sitamraju, Chatrathi, Susarla, Taranikanti, Vinjamuri, Avasarala, Gadepalli, Chakravadhanula, Peddada, Tata, Anupindi, Chennubhotla, Kanchibhotla, Nori, Sista, Bellamkonda, Gumma, Vadrevu, Visapragada, Nidasanametla, Avasarala, Avantsa, Parasa, Musunuri, Velidimalla, Vemula, Vutukuru, Takkellapati, Yamujala, Viriyala , Annasamudram , Kalluri , Vedanabhatla, Nidasanametla, Avasarala, Avantsa, Parasa, Musunuri, Velidimalla, Vemula, Vutukuru, Takkellapati, Yamujala, Viriyala , Annasamudram , Kalluri , Vedanabhatla, Turlapati, GundaPantula, Wupadrastha/ Wupradrishta / Upadrastha, Nudurupati, Ravi/Raavi(Vaidiki Velanadu), Vadapalli (Vaidiki Telaganya), Anumula (Vaidiki Telaganya), Chitrapu (Niyogi), Gorugantula (Vaidiki Velanadu), Prabhala, Chebrolu, Devulapalli, Jonnabhotla/Jonnabotla/Jonnabhatla (Vaidiki Telaganya), Sanganabhotla/Sanganabhatla, Neralla, Pulle, Akkinapali, Indraganti, Kappagantula, Kunapuli, Upadhyayala, Kodukula, Vellupuri, Nemani, Aaradhyula, Potlacheruvu, Pratha, Inugurthi, Govada, Dhurjathi, Amencherla, Atmakuru, Indrakanti,Indragani, Mangalampalli, Mylavarapu, Kaasibhatla, Kaasbhatta, Vinjamuri, Dantu, Dhanturthi, Pendyala, Kolachana, Kasivarjula, Vishnuvarjula, Pydimarri, Veluri, Indrakanti, Indraganti, Appala, Cheemalakonda, Vinjamuri, Mylavarapu, Kaasivarjala, Vishnuvarjala, Kolachana, Mangalampalli, Veluri, Dhanthurthi, Dhantu, Pydamirri, Vundavilli, Sanagavarapu, Upaadhyayala, Mahavratayajula, Saripalli, Oruganti, Ganti, Gantimahapatruni, Kasi, Kodukula, Ayyagari, Maruvada, Onteddu, Pappu, Darsi, Rebbapragada, Tallapragada, Manapragada, Tamirisa, Kastoori, Bodapati, Chintalapati, Chintalapudi, Erranki, Karanam, Pamulaparthi, Karri, Kodukula, Ganti, Nemani, Appalla, Sambara, Anipindi, Upadhyayula, Aadiraju, Mantha, Chitella, Kandala, Ammu, Achalla, Saripalli, Karra, Sista, Sistla, Iruku, Rajyam, Rambhatla, Vruddhula, Surabhi, Chelluri, Tummuluri, Nerella, Manepalli, Apiketla, Gannavarapu, Vanamali, Golluru, Vaddi, Nishtala, Yeraguntla, Rudrabhatla, Yadivilli, Pappu, Ganti, Emani, Nidadovulu, Marella, Rachakonda, Burela, Raavi, Poodipedi, Malladi, Bachu, Potapragada, Mullapudi, Durbha, Dharmavaram, Jayanti, Mullakela, Parinam, Sripada, Meduri, Jonnalagadda, Suravajjala, Nidamarthi, Vanam, Gollamudi, Kalangala, Yanamantram, Velpuri, Kompella, Yerramalli, Nidumolu, Palakurthi, Jalamangala, Hejeebu, Philkhana, Panuganti, Nistla, Viswanatha, Aari, Inguliga, Kotapalli, Narahari, Koti, Vidhyaparapu, Kopalli, Mangalagiri, Kapila, Kakulavarapu, Kadapa, Kasturi, Gummididala, Delhi, Vyamajala, Chirukuri, Kondapi, Gundugurthi, Annapragada, Thangirala, Naarambhatla, Lolla, Velamuri, Pullabhotla, Aadibhotla, Vishnubhotl, Thangirala, Lolla, Rangavajjula, Kappagentula, Jayanthi, Prabhala, Sripaada, Jandhyala, Velamuri, Somayajula, Palivela, Satyavolu, Gollapudi, Madiraju, Maranraju, Pingili, Adiraju, Shivaraju, Jamalapuram, Kavturi, Poolla, Somanchi, Galebhe, Angara, Casukhela, Jillella, Kharidehal, Iduri,
Annavarapu, Damerla, Nanduri, Nori, Dronamraju, Adiraju, Basavaraju, Josyula, Rani, Vayuvegula, Kanchinadham , Ganti, Oruganti, Karra, Kodukula, Karri, Chitta Vajjula, Kolluru, Srirangam , Pudipedhi ,Appala, Aradhyula, Nemani, Yellai, Kasi Somayajula, Ayyagari, Mantha, Sembari, Garlapati, Kakkunuri, Gundlapalli, Lakkaraju, Gollakota, Thammera, Gandhasiri, Kanchibhatta, Gannavarapu, Ganti, Gumma, Anivella, Rachakonda, Chivukula, Modali, Chilukuri, Kota, Emani, Nimishakavi, Parakala, Tadinada, Mantripragada, Kondaveeti, Ilapakurthy, Tamma/ Thamma, lingamgunta, Kanduri, Hari, Anipeddi, Mukkapati, Tangirala, Tamirsi, Madduri, Godavari, Samudrala, Kondepudi, Yaddanapudi, Varanasi, Dwivedula, Malladi, Mandavilli, Samudrala, Mahankali, Manchiraju, Akkiraju, Kosaraju, Dronamraju, Sathiraju, Mukkamala, Somanchi, Malladi, Cherukuri, Ghanta, Gadiyaram, Darbha, Srirangam, Paramkusam, Mankala, Manda, Modekurthi, Saripilli, Gumuluri, Pulugurthi, Kuchimanchi, Volimiri, Dusi, Geddam, Pulugurtha, Parimi, Rapaka, Chintalapati, Chilukuri, Addepalli, Ghatti, Tadigadapa, Velamuri, Kocherlakota, Kota, Akella, Achanta, Kambhampati, Vemuri, Mylavarapu, Balijepalli, Lanka, Tanikella, Pammi, Dubagunta, Tanguturi, Revuri, Prekke, Parimi, Viswanatha, Kota, Burra, Kousika, Vedantam, Penumarthi, Chennavajjula, Jampani, Rallapalli, Chivukula, Varahabhatĺa, Maruwada, Saripalli, Ayyalasomayajula, Aryasomayajula, Rambhatla, Kaasibhatla, Peddibhotla, Nittala, Kalinadabhatla, Arka,  Yechuri, Peddibhotla, Gade, Chikka, Simhambhatla, Gudimetla, Kolachina, Gollapudi, Polapragada, Neti, Manda, Kavuri, Bhamidipati, Pamidipati, oruganti, Toleti, Bulusu, Yaddanapudi, Gunturu, vedantham, Velamuri, Kuchibhotla, kuchibhatla, Sistla, Yanamandra, Ragampudi, Chinthalapati, Aripirala, Nyayapati, Nandanavanam, Suravarjula, Chittavarjula, Sanivarapu, Rudravarapu, Budhavarapu, Akkaraju, Lakkaraju, Akkiraju, Jarugumalli, Topalle, Kuchibotla, Emani, Mudhigonda, Tumuluri, Darbha, Pasumarti, Madhipatla, Chengalva, Voore, Chintalapati, Vajjah, Velamakanni, Bammidipati, Kovvuri, Jonnalagadda, Divakaruni, Vavilala, Pidugu, Nuti, Maganti, Nandula, Baru, Nadella, Josyabhatla, Ravinutha, Josyula, Chandrabhatla…….

Brahmin Surnames Andhra Maharashtra, Goa Deshastha:

Atmasidha, Abkari, Acharya, Altekar, Ainapure, Airani, Agavekar , Adgoankar, Agnihotri, Anaspure, Adawadkar, Alekar, Ambike, Amin, Ane, Anagare, Annachhatre, Aparajit, Aphale, Apsingekar, Argade, Aranke, Arcot, Arjunwadkar, Aserkar, Ashtekar, Ashtikar, Atale, Atre, Aurangabadkar, Avachat, Ayachit, Babre, Badve, Badave, Bag, Bajikar , Bakore, Ballal, Bangali-Deshpande, Bansod, Banavadikar, Barabote, Barde, Barve, Bavare, Bavikar, Beke, Belapure, Belhe, Belsare, Benare, Betawadkar, Bhadang, Bhadange, Bildikar, Bhagwatwar, Bhalerao, Bhoraskar, Borkar, Bhargav, Bhargave, Berde, Bhawalkar, Bhise, Bhome, Bhonde, Bhopale, Bhosekar, Bidkar, Bidwai, Bhatta, Bobde, Bobade, Bodhni, Bokil, Borate, Borawar, Borgaonkar, Brahme, Buddhiwant, Burange, Burkule, Cavale, Chaporkar, Chande, Chandratre or Chandratrey or Chandratreya, Chandurkar, Chaskar, Chati, Chapalgaonkar, Chaudhari, Chanduri, Chausalkar, Chaware, Chikhalikar, Chitgopekar, Chinchore, Chindhade, Chitrav, Chitnis, Chivate, Chouthai,  Chouthai, Chumbhale, Dabade, Dabadge, Dabir, Dabhikar, Dadegaonkar, Dagaonkar, Dahale, Dahigaonkar, Dharangaonkar, Dalal, Dandwate, Dande, Dandge, Dange, Dahanukar, Dahasahasra, Dani, Dane, Danke, Darbhe, Darvekar, Dashputre, Dashputre-Suratkar, Dastane, Davalbhakta, Dawalbhakta, Dayal, Degalurakar, Dehadrai, Dengale, Deo, Deodhar, Deochake, Deolalikar, Deorukhkar/Devrukhkar (erstwhile Tiĺak), Deosthali, Deshmukh, Deshpande, Deshpande-Papalkar, Deshpande, Devdare, Dhanwantari, Dhavse, Dharane, Dharmadhikari, Dharwadkar, Dhavalikar, Dhawlikar, Dhaygude, Dhekne, Dhepe, Dhobley, Dhodapkar, Dhole, Dhotre, Dhongde, Dhondse, Dhulekar, Digde, Dingre, Diwakar (Sabnis), Diwanji, Dixit (दीक्षित), Dole, Dorwat, Dubey, Dudhmande, Dushe, Edki, Ekbote, Ekhande, Erande, Gaat, Gabale, Gadakari, Gade – Earstwhile Dev, Gade, Gadikar, Galgale, Galgali, Gandhe, Ganorkar, Gangathade, Gaopande, Garkhedkar, Garud, Garware, Gavai, Gaydhani, Ghatpande, Ghayal, Gawfale, Ghan, Ghirnikar, Ghirnikar, Gholap, Ghodke, Ghotkar, Ghugari, Ghungarde, Ghushe, Girgaonkar, Giridhar, Godse, Gohad, Gore, Gorhe, Gorwadkar, Gosavi, Goswami, Gowardhan, Gramjoshi, Gumaste, Gudi, Gunthe, Hamine, Hasabnis, Hatekar-Joshi, Hatvalne, Hedgewar, Hinge, Hingane, Hirwe, Hoshing, Hulsurkar, Ingale, Indurkar, Itkikar, Itraj, Jatkar, Jere, Jamkhedkar, Janpandit, Janorkar, Jape, Javalgekar, Javle, Jeurkar, Jinasiwale, Jirankalgikar, Joshi, Jugade, Junnarkar, Jugoolkar, Kalamkar, Kalamb, Kadegaonkar, Kale, Kalvit (Kalwit), Kalwint, Kalele, Kakade, Kamble, Kamtikar (erstwhile Mandke), Kanade, Kanago, Kand, Kandharkar, Kandlikar, Kanhegaonkar, Kanthe, Kapre, Kapde, Karalgikar, Karanjikar, Karhade, Karpate, Karmalkar, Karyakarte, Kasarekar, Kashikar, Kasture, Kaujalgikar, Kavle, Kavathekar, Kavimandan, Kavishwar, Kaviskar, Kenge, Kerhalkar, Keskar, Khajandar, Khaladkar, Khankhoje, Khair, Khot, Khati, Khapre, Khedkar, Khedkar, Khiste, Kemkar, Khinikar, Khire, Khodade, Khole, Khond, Kholkute, Khoche, Khisti, Kinhikar, Kinhekar, Kittur, Kolarkar, Koleshwar, Kolhekar, Kolwadkar, Koranne, Koralkar, Kotasthane, Kothalkar, Kshemakalyani, Ksheersagar, Ksheersagar, Ksheersagar, Kuber, Kudrimoti, Kulkarni, Kalkar, Kumbhojkar, Kurhekar, Labhe, Lahade, Laddu, Lahankar, Lakras, Lale (लाळे), Lasane, Laturkar, Laulkar, Likhite, Lokapur, Lomate, Lotangane, Luley, Mandavgane, Madane, Mahashabde, Mahulikar, Mairal, Mallikar, Malode, Manbhekar, Mande, Mandke, Mandlik, Mandviker, Mashalkar, Mate, Matekar, Maybhate, Mayee, Medhi, Melgiri, Menjoge, Meru, Mhalagi, Mhalas, Mirajgaonkar, Mitragotri, Modgi, Moghe, Mogre, Moharikar, Moharir, Moholkar, Mokashi, Mokashi, Mone (मोने), Morankar, Moro, Motlag, Mushrif, Musalgaonkar, (Vaidya), Murhekar, Mujumdar, Mungale, Mungee, Murar, Nasery, Nargund, Nadgir, Nadgir, Nadpurohit, Nanajkar, Nanilam, Nandedkar, Nandedkar, Nanoti, Navalgund, Nazarbagwale, Nerlekar, Nimbargi, Nimbhorkar, Nirkhe, Nisal, Nivargi, Odhekar, Phadnis, Pachhade (पछाडे), Padalkar, Pade, Pagadi, Pagedar, Pagnis, Paithankar, Paithankar, Paithankar-Joshi, Palkar, Palkhe, Panat, Pande, Panchakshari, Panchpor, Panse, Pandit, Pande, Pandharkar, Pangarkar, Pangaonkar, Pant, Parasnis, Paralkar, Parakhi, Parandekar, Paravekar, Parkhe, Parkhi, Parlikar, Parnaik, Paropkari, Pasarkar, Pathak, Patodekar, Pattarkine, Pattekar, Pattalwar, Pattankar, Pedgaonkar, Peshwe, Petare, Petkar, Pimplikar, Pimple, Pimpalgaonkar[Kulkarni], Pisipati, Pohnerkar, Pol, Polke, Pophale, Potdar, Potnis, Poundarik, Prabhune, Prasade, Pratham, Prayag, Pujar, Pujari, Pund, Punde, Punith, Puntamkar, Puntambekar, Puradupadhye, Purandare, Puranik, Puranik, Purkar, Pujadhikari, Purohit/Vadhyayar/Vadhyar, Rajadnya, Rajankar, Rajurkar, Railkar, Rajpathak, Rajguru, Rajopadhyay, Rakshe, Rasal, Ratanjankar, Ratnaparkhi, Ravetkar, Rayrikar, Rawke, Rekhi, Relkar, Renapurkar, Renavikar, Rishi, Ron, Ronghe, Rotkar, Rotwadkar, Sabde, Sabnis, Sadalgekar, Sagade, Salkade, Samag, Samak, Sambre, Sambhus, Samudra, Sangwai, Sant, Sakalgaonkar, Saraph, Sarnobat, Sarpatwari, Saswadkar, Sastikar, Satalkar, Satbhai, Sevekari, Shaligram, Shamji, Shende, Shiralkar, Shirsikar, Shrivatsa, Shukla, Shukla, Shrotri, Sukalikar, Supnekar, Sutone, Tabib, Tadphale, Tadwalkar, Tagat, Tagare, Tak, Tapaswi, Tayade, Tayde, Tekale, Turki, Udgir, Umarani/Umrani/Umaranikar, Upadhye, Upadhye, Upadhye, Upasani, Utpat, Vadhyayar/Vadhyar, Songirkar, Valunjkar, Vanjape, Varhadpande, Varkhedi, Varudkar, Vatsaraj, Vedpathak, Vighne, Vidyasagar, Viladkar, Visal, Vyas, Vyavahare/Wewhare, Vyawahare/Wewhare, Wakhare, Wanjape, Yadkikar, Yadnik, Yatagiri, Zodgekar, Moharkar, Chinchwadkar……..

Explore yourself Brahmins surnames from other linguistic races and I am sure you will find more and more….




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Brahmins Exposed by a Ambedkar supporter.  The first PM of India Kashmir Brahmin Mr. Jawaharlal Nehru became the PM without any election. The First Lok Sabha was constituted on 17 April 1952 after India‘s first general election but Jawaharlal Nehru hold the office from 15 August 1947 without any democratic election process.

Drive Away Brahmins from India
They are only less than 6 Crores
And real enemies of the Nation.
Brahmins are Dangerous than even Invaders.

3%-5% Brahmins devastating the lives of 97% root natives of India. Its better to depart them as other Nation like Pakistan.

India should be the Brahminless country.



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