In Italy they earn 73.34% less than the national average, earning €8,005 per year; in Norway they earn 7.62% less than the national average, earning 319,721 kr per year; in South Africa they earn 26.81% less than the national average, earning R 173,928 per year; in United States they earn 8.99% more than the national average, earning $47,029 USD per year and in Canada they earn 8.65% less than the national average, earning $45,383 CAD per year. Even in the North America, the Telugu nationality is divided along the lines of caste, e.g., the Telugu Association of North America is dominated by Kamma caste where as the American Telugu Association is dominated by Reddy caste. The religious adherence of those holding the last name is predominantly Christian (92%) in Kenya, Sunni (64%) in Lebanon, Christian (69%) in Nigeria and Orthodox (57%) in Ukraine. But, affirmative action and quotas in the jobs and education based on group identity is counterproductive. In India Kola is mostly found in: Gujarat, where 50 percent are found, Andhra Pradesh, where 28 percent are found and Telangana, where 15 percent are found. [37] Their roles included serving as the regional aristocracy[38], revenue officers[39] and military commanders[37]. temporary regressions to more infantile bahavior Clicking on selected countries will show mapping at a regional level, Rank: Name are ranked by incidence using the ordinal ranking method; the name that occurs the most is assigned a rank of 1; name that occur less frequently receive an incremented rank; if two or more name occur the same number of times they are assigned the same rank and successive rank is incremented by the total preceeding names, Ethnic group cannot necessarily be determined by geographic occurrence, Similar: Names listed in the "Similar" section are phonetically similar and may not have any relation to Kola, To find out more about this surname's family history, lookup records on Family​Search, My​Heritage, FindMyPast and Ancestry.

Forward caste: Religions: Hinduism: Languages: Telugu: Original state: Tamil Nadu: Populated states: Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana: Dravida Brahmins (or simply Dravidulu) is a sub-caste of the Telugu Brahmins of Andhra Pradesh in South India, who migrated from Tamil Nadu in history. Following Brahminical traditions, Kammas emulated the rituals of the Brahmins[47], and the literate Kammas learned the Vedas, wore the sacred threads, taught Sanskrit and even performed pujas for the lower-caste members, which is said to have generated controversies. Socio political.Governments take certain decisions (or favors)keeping in view of the caste vote bank or other. 41. There are at least some aspects of life common to us and the Turakoollu and Kirastaanapoollu. Get this from a library! …, jasleenmann At your bio tomorrow is your birthdayIN ADVANCE HAPPY BIRTHDAY MAY GOD BLESS YOU ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️​, We don't need more time to get the relation more strong, we are already. మార్చు ), You are commenting using your Google account. Lasker (1988) noted that the distribution of surnames reflects the effect of mate choice on a population’s genetic structure. [13][14][15] The migration was apparently quite extensive, and was made by possible by the Kammanadu's strategic location with access to the Deccan plateau as well as to the regions in the south and southwest.

specific fears Karanam culture, especially in Andhra Pradesh, is associated with Niyogi Brahmins. The name statistics are still in development, sign up for information on more maps and data. YESTERDAY IS A HISTORY, [40][41] It was also in the Qutb Shahi period that the Vasireddy clan of Vasireddy Venkatadri Nayudu received the Deshmukhi of the Nandigama pargana in 1670. [61][62][63], Selig Harrison said in 1956 that .mw-parser-output .templatequote{overflow:hidden;margin:1em 0;padding:0 40px}.mw-parser-output .templatequote .templatequotecite{line-height:1.5em;text-align:left;padding-left:1.6em;margin-top:0}, Kamma lore nurtures the image of a once-proud warrior clan reduced by Reddi chicanery to its present peasant status.