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Viswabrahmin
(Ausula, Kamsali, Kummari, Kanchari, Vadla or Vadra or Vadrangi, Silpis, Viswakarma)

Viswabrahmin (Viswa Brahmin) is a group of backward castes representing Ausula, Kamsali (swarnakar or goldsmiths), Kammari (balcksmith), Kammari / Silpis (scuptors & stonecarvers), Kummari (potter), Kanchari, Vadla or Vadra or Vadrangi (carpenter), and Viswakarma (architects). These castes are designated "backward castes" for reservations and government support by the State of Andhra Pradesh by G. O. Ms. No. 59, BCW (M1) Dept., dt 6.12.1995, as per G. O. Ms. No. 1793 Education Dept., Dt: 23.9.1970, as modified from time to time. (http://www.vepachedu.org/caste.htm)





Nayibrahmin
(Mangali, Mangala and Bhajanthri)
Nayibrahmin (Nayi Brahmin) is a group of backward castes representing Mangali, Mangala and Bhajanthri. These castes are designated "backward castes" for reservations and government support by the State of Andhra Pradesh by G. O. Ms. No. 28 BCW (M1) Dept., dt 24.6.1995, as per G. O. Ms. No. 1793 Education Dept., Dt : 23.9.1970, as modified from time to time. (http://www.vepachedu.org/caste.htm)
More on Nayibrahmin at http://indculture0.tripod.com/barbers.htm.






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