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History of Shivalli and Shivalli Brahmin (Tulu Brahamin)

Shivalli (Tulu/Kannada:ಶಿವಳ್ಳಿ) is a place near Udupi, in the state of Karnataka in southern India. Shivalli has been long famous for its proximity to the Sri Krishna Temple, located in Udupi and for Udupi itself. Shivalli in fact, is a village between Udupi and Manipal. The town of Manipal was earlier under Shivalli grama (village) panchayat and later came under Udupi municipality.

Shivalli takes its name from the words Shiva-Halli which means the town of Shiva. Udupi has two shiva temples Chandramouleshwara temple and Ananteshwara temple near the famous Sri Krishna temple/ Krishna matha. Even today all swamiji’s of ashtamatha’s first enter Chandramouleshwara temple and then Ananteshwara temple before entering Krishna Matha on auspicious occasions. Another legend as suggests that Shivalli has an origin in the old Sanskrit name Shivaroopya (where roopya is silver, or “bolli” in Tulu). In later years, it came to be known as Shivabolli, Shibbolli, Shivolli, and the present name, Shivalli.

 

The brahmins who follow Dvaita philosophy founded by Vaishnava saint Sri Madhvacharya ( Poornaprajna or Anandathirta) of Udupi are known as Shivalli Madhwa Brahmins. The name helps to distinguish them from other brahmins and indicates their origins in and around Shivalli. They are concentrated in the districts of Udupi and Dakshina Kannada in Karnataka, and Kasaragod District in Kerala.

Shivalli Madhwa Brahmins speak Tulu language (with a strong influence of Sanskrit) that is slightly different from the Tulu spoken from other communities in this region. They are followers of the eight ashtamathas set up by Sri Madhvacharya. The Shivalli Madhwa Brahmin (brahmana) community has now spread all over the world. Shivalli Madhwa Brahmins are known for their hospitality, sharp intellect and good business acumen.

Some Shivalli Brahmins follow Advaita philosophy and are known as Shivalli Smarta Brahmins. The Smartha sect of these Thoulava/Shivalli/Udupi/Tulu brahmins migrated towards north of South Kanara and to parts of Shimoga districts during the time when Madhvaism peaked in the region and resulted in a Smartha-Madhva sect in-fight. These migrated population adopted Kannada as their language. They are followers of the Balekudru Math and are fewer in number compared to Shivalli Madhwa Brahmins.

It is believed that Mayura Varma, the Kadamba King who ruled vast areas of Southern and central India in the 4th Century A.D. brought Brahmins from Ahi Kshetra (or Ahichatra) and put them in-charge of various temples in the Tulu Nadu.

The term Tulu Nadu is supposedly derived from the word Tula Bhara (Tula = Weighing Scale, Bhara = Weight), a custom in this region wherein commodities are weighed against the weight of the concerned person.

Mayura Varma appointed Brahmins to manage the affairs of these 32 units. Ballalas (unit heads), Agnihotris (priests), Tantris, Sabhapathis (ministers), Pandiths (scholars), Gramanis (executives), Jannis (Temple trustees ) etc. were all appointed to run the administration of these units.

The Brahmins who first landed in Shivalli and then spread across 31 villages came to be known as Shivalli Brahmins or Tulu Brahmins. Brahmins who were appointed in the Western Kootaka (or Kota) village came to be known as Kota Brahmins (Hande, Hebbara, Herala, Holla, Karantha, Navada, Basri and Mayya are the eight renowned Kota Brahmin families). Kota Brahmins hail from the Kundapur and surrounding areas of Udupi district in Karnataka. Originally, thought to have been brought to these places from northern India by Parashurama, they speak a Kannada different from the other dialects spoken in that region. Kota Brahmins are more specifically concentrated in villages of Kota, Saligrama and Koteshwara of Udupi Taluk. One of the famous Kota Brahmins is Dr.Shivarama Karantha (Jnanapeetha award winner) who hailed from Saligrama, of Udupi Taluk.

Shivalli brahmins are pioneers of world famous Udupi hotels (Vegetarian restaurants) known for serving typical south Indian dishes and foods like idli, vada, dosa, shira and upma etc. This concept of restaurants is now copied by others all over the world. Shivalli brahmins have unique style of serving and eating meals. The meal is served on plantain (banana) leaf usually squatting on clean floor. All dishes are served in a particular place, fashion, and sequence and eaten by hand. The meal is wholesome and very elaborate in preparation, serving and eating.

Shivalli Brahmin males have to undergo Brahmopadesham ( Upanayana in Tulu ) when they turn seven years old. It is a ceremony where young boys are initiated into Vedic studies (in ancient times, but the ceremony takes place even today). The key ritual during the Upanayana is that of putting a Janivaara or sacred thread across the left shoulder of the boy. The Janivaara consists of three threads made of cotton. The boy, once initiated, is called a Dwija or twice born and is expected to perform japa or sandhyavandana at least twice daily. Shivalli Madhwa Brahmins also follow the Upakarma ceremony where the janivaara is changed and mudradharana is done. Mudradharana is a ritual where signs of Lord Vishnu’s symbols (Mudra) like conch (Shanka), chakra (wheel) are etched on bodies. This is done by placing hot metal moulds of these symbols mainly on the hand and stomach.

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There are no equivalent ceremonies for Shivalli Brahmin girls. In fact, although North Indian Brahmin women take part significantly in the ritualistic process of Hinduism, Shivalli Brahmin women have no important role in these ceremonies. They have no religious education, and no rite of passage into adult society other than the rather dubious role in a marriage arranged by their parents. The reasons for the marked difference between women’s role in Brahmin culture amongst other groups (which is quite limited in itself) and the Shivali Brahmins has been a source of much debate. It is currently thought that the lowly role amongst the latter was due to an attempt at maintaining line purity by the first Shivali Brahmin men who migrated to the South and married local (non-Brahmin) fisher women.
The Shivalli Madhwa brahmins have rituals from birth to death at every stage of their life. Some claim the traditions and rituals followed by Shivalli Madhva Brahmins have scientific reasons to them worthy of research.

 Marriage

Present day marriages of Shivalli Madhva brahmins are a three day ceremony, sometimes condensed to a single day due to the fast pace of today’s life. In the three day ritual, the process of marriage starts with Naandi ( literally meaning start ). During Naandi, which takes place in the groom’s and bride’s homes separately, but at the same time, a ceremony is performed where the bride and groom have coconut oil and turmeric applied to them and are bathed in hot water followed by other rituals. Marriage ( Madimae in Tulu ) takes place at a temple, hall or auditorium followed by lunch. All the ceremonies are held as per horoscopes of bride and groom at a particular time called muhurtha. Generally the day after marriage, a ceremony called as the Bigara authana (a sort of reception) is held at the groom’s place and consists of the Satyanarayana puja and other rituals followed by lunch. The bigara authana is an equivalent of the marriage reception.

Festivals

Shivalli Brahmins celebrate all major Hindu festivals such as Ganesh ChaturthiDeepavaliNavaratri, Sankranti, Madhwanavami, Janmashtami, Ugadi, Ramanavami, Hanuman Jayanthi etc. They also believe in nagaradhane and rituals of Bhuta Kola.

Gotras

Every shivalli brahmins belong to a particular gotra. Gotra can be roughly said to be a clan. The gotra are names of great sages or rishi’s of Hindu religion. Hence gotra indicates to sage to which a brahmin belongs to. Marriage is not allowed between bride and groom if both belong to same gotra ( Sagotra in Tulu ).This might be to avoid same blood group marriage , as it is believed in old days ,people of same gotra belong to same family. Gotras in Tulu brahmins are as follows

  • Atri
  • Bhargava
  • Jamadagni
  • Vishwamitra
  • Bhardwaja
  • Vashista
  • Aangirasa
  • Kashyapa
  • Koundanya
  • Haritsa

 

Restricted diet

 

Shivalli Madhwa Brahmins are expected to avoid eating the following vegetables and fruits in addition to avoiding non-vegetarian food completely.

  • Tomato
  • Onion
  • Garlic
  • Potato ( Sweet potato or kelang is allowed )
  • Papaya
  • Brinjal ( A variety of Brinjal called as the Matti Gulla, available around Udupi, is allowed )
  • French beans ( Cluster Beans or Alasande is permitted )
  • Carrot
  • Beet root
  • Pine apple
  • Radish
  • Cabbage
  • Cauliflower
  • Drum sticks
  • Bottle gourd

Today, these restrictions are mostly followed only in the Ashta matha’s and some temples of South Canara. These vegetables and fruits are not considered to be origin of Parashurama kshetra and are Tamasic foods.

Famous Shivalli Madhwa Brahmins

  • Sri Madhvacharya – chief proponent of Tattvavāda (Philosophy of the Truth), popularly known as Dvaita or dualistic school of Hindu philosophy
  • Pejawar Swamiji Vishwesha Theertha Swamiji
  • Bannanje Govindacharya- Sanskrit scholar
  • Shri Lakshmisha Tholpady- Famous thinker,Vice President, Bharathiya Kisan Sangh, Southern Region
  • Dr U. R. Rao- Former ISRO Chairman
  • Dr. K. N. Udupa- Award-winning physician
  • P. Gururaja Bhat- Noted historian and Tulu scholar
  • U. R. Bhat- Financial consultant and business columnist
  • VidyaBhushana- Famous Singer
  • Suresh Kalmadi- MP from Pune and president of the IOA
  • Dr.V.S.Acharya- Home Minister, Government of Karnataka
  • K.Raghupati Bhat- MLA from Udupi
  • Justice U.L. Bhat- Former Chief Justice of Assam (1991-93) & Madhya Pradesh (1993-95) and Former President of Customs, Excise & Gold (Control) Appellate Tribunal (CEGAT – now called Customs, Excise & Service Tax Appellate Tribunal – CESTAT), New Delhi (1995-97)
  • Justice P. Subramonian Poti- Former Chief Justice of Gujarat
  • Kiran Kedlaya- A mathematician, a juggler, a singer, a bicyclist, and a photographer and first and foremost a puzzler
  • Archana Udupa- Highly talented Singer. The first South Indian to win TVS Sa re ga ma.( Zee TV) in the year 1999
  • Late Shri K. Bhima Bhattar- The founder of Udupi Madhwa Brahmana Sabha (Kerala)
  • H.Raghuram Somayaji- Former Director of Primary Education Karnataka
  • Kattingeri Srinivas Hebbar- Founder, BSKB Association
  • K.Krishna Rao – Founder Woodlands Group of Hotels. Pioneer of Udupi Cuisine. Attributed with the invention of the Masala Dosa.
  • B. Vittalacharya – Famous Movie Director
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Surnames of Shivalli Madhwa Brahmins

This is list of surnames of Shivalli Brahmins.This list is incomplete.There are nearly 500 surnames

The family houses of Shivalli Brahmins had a direct bearing on these 32 villages. Family names of Shivalli Brahmins itself is a fantastic story. The Shivalli Brahmins community which lived in a compact geographical area measuring 100 k.m. width and 120 k.m. length, had more than 500 family names to it’s credit – is nothing but amazing…. Perhaps, a small community like this may not have such a diversified order of family houses in the whole world. Most of the family names have direct relationship with their respective names of their geographical location.

Here we have listed 520 Shivalli family names.


  1. Antillaya
    2. Acharya
    3. Adapunnaya
    4. Adaraya
    5. Adiga
    6. Adkathaya
    7. Adundathaya
    8. Agalithaya
    9. Aggithaya
    10. Agnithaya
    11. Ahikari
    12. Aitala
    13. Akkepokkinaya
    14. Alampulithaya
    15. Alantaya
    16. Alapayi
    17. Alavuthaya
    18. Alevooraya
    19. Allithaya
    20. Aluporithaya
    21. Alya
    22. Amatodithaya
    23. Ambalannaya
    24. Ambalithaya
    25. Ambarathaya
    26. Ambitaya
    27. Ambulannaya
    28. Ametaya
    29. Ammannithaya
    30. Amminnaya
    31. Analathaya
    32. Analithaya
    33. Anantodithaya
    34. Anantodithaya
    35. Anethaya
    36. Angintaya
    37. Aninjathaya
    38. Anjanodithaya
    39. Annakunjathaya
    40. Annakunjathaya
    41. Annaya
    42. Annithaya
    43. Anolithaya
    44. Anontodithaya
    45. Apadithaya
    46. Appuntaya
    47. Aradithaya
    48. Aralithaya
    49. Arbithaya
    50. Arimanithaya
    51. Arimethaya
    52. Arinaya
    53. Aripadithaya
    54. Aripadithaya
    55. Aritodithaya
    56. Ariyappinnaya
    57. Arkemtaya
    58. Armbuda thaya
    59. Artinnaya
    60. Aryapinnaya
    61. Asranna
    62. Asurannaya
    63. Asurapennaya
    64. Atradithaya
    65. Ayapinnaya
    66. Ayya
    67. Badikkillaya
    68. Badikolathaya
    69. Badkothaya
    70. Bagiltaya
    71. Baginnaya
    72. Bagitttillaya
    73. Baipadithaya
    74. Bajappilathaya
    75. Bajathaya
    76. Bakkuthaya
    77. Bakudethaya
    78. Balkooru
    79. Ballakuraaya
    80. Ballakurraya
    81. Ballal
    82. Ballullaya
    83. Balluluthaya
    84. Baltillaya
    85. Bambatnaya
    86. Banginnaya
    87.Bangapnaya
    88. Banillaya
    89. Bannintaya
    90. Barithaya
    91. Barkanadithaya
    92. Barkannarithaya
    93. Barkannaya
    94. Barlaya
    95. Barnaya
    96. Barpathaya
    97. Baruikadithaya
    98. Barvannaya
    99. Barvattooraya
    100. Bashrithaya
    101. Basuri
    102. Bayarithaya
    103. Beedu
    104. Belennaya
    105. Belitraya
    106. Belmannaya
    107. Belnaraya
    108. Bhagavata
    109. Bhasmarithaya
    110. Bhatha
    111. Bijetnaya
    112. Binnenjethaya
    113. Bittigattooraya
    114. Bolaminnaya
    115. Bolinnaya
    116. Bonantillaya
    117. Borithaya
    118. Bovinnaya
    119. Brahmathaya
    120. Chadagathaya
    121. Chekkeraya
    122. Chekkethaya
    123. Cheppillathaya
    124. Chikkaraya
    125. Chilannaya
    126. Damdillaya
    127. Dappantaya
    128. Delampadithaya
    129. Devanthaya
    130. Devapoojethaya
    131. Dhanya
    132. Dudipulithaya
    133. Durgethaya
    134. Edakillaya
    135. Edambadithaya
    136. Edebetnaya
    137. Edeillaya
    138. Elchithaya
    139. Eliyathaya
    140. Embrandri
    141. Erepadithaya
    142. Gangethaya
    143. Ganjithaya
    144. Golithaya
    145. Goodethaya
    146. Guddethaya
    147. Hatvar
    148. Halambi
    149. Hebbar
    150. Ibbadithaya
    151. Ichchiltaya
    152. Ichlampadithaya
    153. Ideopadithaya
    154. Ilasantooraya
    155. Illadikathaya
    156. Indravallithaya
    157. Innantaya
    158. Innenjethaya
    159. Irevetaya
    160. Iritaya
    161. Irniraya
    162. Irtekattithaya
    163. Iruvantooraya
    164. Jenni
    165. Jogithaya
    166. Kabanooru
    167. Kabekodinnaya
    168. Kachantaya
    169. Kacholadithaya
    170. Kadambadithaya
    171. Kadamtaya
    172. Kadambalithaya
    173. Kadekaaraya
    174. Kadekallaya
    175. Kadekraya
    176. Kademannaya
    177. Kajannaya
    178. Kajekantaya
    179. Kakkillaya
    180. Kakkothaya
    181. Kakrannaya
    182. Kalembithaya
    183. Kalkooraya
    184. Kalkudathaya
    185. Kallooraya] 186. Kalyanithaya
    187. Kamadakamoche
    188. Kambalikodithaya
    189. Kambalithaya
    190. Kambarannaya
    191. Kamboorannaya
    192. Kanathaya
    193. Kandipadithaya
    194. Kandodidinaya
    195. Kanginnaya
    196. Kanginnaya
    197. Kannaradithaya
    198. Kannaraya
    199. Kannarpadithaya
    200. Kantarantaya
    201. Karantha
    202. Karevooruthaya
    203. Karkadathaya
    204. Karmunnaya
    205. Kartaya
    206. Kattethaya
    207. Kavardithaya
    208. Kavubhatha
    209. Kayartodithaya
    210. Kayerthaya
    211. Kedambadithaya
    212. Kedillaya
    213. Kekunnaya
    214. Kemumdethaya
    215. Kermunnaya
    216. Khadgathaya
    217. Kidekedillaya
    218. Kidekidennaya
    219. Kidevooraya
    220. Kidevooruthaya
    221. Kielatooraya
    222. Kilsaadithaya
    223. Kinni
    224. Kodalaya
    225. Kodambalithaya
    226. Kodancha
    227. Kodanchathaya
    228. Kodapalithaya
    229. Koddotiraya
    230. Kodekallaya
    231. Kodetillaya
    232. Kodethaya
    233. Kodevooruthaya
    234. Kodikopdithaya
    235. Kodinnaya
    236. Kodishillaya
    237. Koduvetnaya
    238. Koikudithaya
    239. Kokkadanaya
    240. Kol;kethaya
    241. Kolambethaya
    242. Kolathaya
    243. Konethaya
    244. Koodemooruthaya
    245. Koorkapadithaya
    246. Koratinnaya
    247. Korinnaya
    248. Kornaya
    249. Kornginnaya
    250. Kotikunjathaya
    251. Kotladinaya
    252. Kothambarithaya
    253. Kothaya
    254. Koudambadithaya
    255. Koyakudalaya
    256. Kubanooraya
    257. Kudalathaya
    258. Kudamathaya
    259. Kuddannaya
    260. Kudipustooraya
    261. Kudrentaya
    262. Kudrethaya
    263. Kudumannaya
    264. Kuduraya
    265. Kuduvannaya
    266. Kujimannaya
    267. Kukkillaya
    268. Kukkinnaya
    269. Kukkodithaya
    270. Kumdangolithaya
    271. Kumdannaya
    272. Kumdantaya
    273. Kumdaya
    274. Kumdlaya
    275. Kumtarantaya
    276. Kunikullaya
    277. Kunikudalaya
    278. Kunilaya
    279. Kunjannaya
    280. Kunjathaya
    281. Kunjattooraya
    282. Kunjimannaya
    283. Kunjimargathaya
    284. Kunkodithaya
    285.Kundanthaya
    286. Kuttupulithaya
    287. Kutyaraya
    288. Libilithaya
    289. Machchinnaya
    290. Madantaya
    291. Madantillaya
    292. Madapulithaya
    293. Madavooruthaya
    294. Madhyastha
    295. Madinnaya
    296. Madkullaya
    297. Madpulithaya
    298. Madumannaya
    299. Maduvallithaya
    300. Maduvinnaya
    301. Mailathaya
    302. Maipadithaya
    303. Majalaya
    304. Majithaya
    305. Makkinnaya
    306. Makkithaya
    307. Malepadithaya
    308. Mallanjithaya
    309. Mallathaya
    310. Mamantraya
    311. Manbinnithaya
    312. Mandannaya
    313. Mandecha
    314. Mangalathaya
    315. Manigallataya
    316. Manikallaya
    317. Manilathaya
    318. Maniyantaya
    319. Manjagodithaya
    320. Manjarodithaya
    321. Manjathaya
    322. Manjinadithaya
    323. Manjooraya
    324. Manolithaya
    325. Maradithaya
    326. Mattinnaya
    327. Mayoorathaya
    328. Mithadkathaya
    329. Mithanadkathaya
    330. Mithanaduduthaya
    331. Mithantaya
    332. Mittillaya
    333. Mogeraya
    334. Moodambadiothaya
    335. Moodapallithaya
    336. Moodillaya
    337. Moodithaya
    338. Mooduvannaya
    339. Moolepadithaya
    340. Moosipadithaya
    341. Moovattooraya
    342. Muchchantaya
    343. Mudikudalaya
    344. Mudipadithaya
    345. Mudambadithaya
    346. Mukkathaya
    347. Mundadithaya
    348. Munnooraya
    349. Muradithaya
    350. Naduvantodithaya
    351. Nadvantillaya
    352. Nakkathaya
    353. Nakshatrithaya
    354. Nakshatrithaya
    355. Nalapathaya
    356. Nallooraya
    357. Nanilthaya
    358. Narakatathaya
    359. Naralathaya
    360. Narithaya
    361. Nayampalithaya
    362. Nekkantaraya
    363. Nellithaya
    364. Netrathaya
    365. Nidmbooraya
    366. Nidvannaya
    367. Ninjooraya
    368. Noojinnaya
    369. Noojithaya
    370. Noorithaya
    371. Okkunnaya
    372. Oojiraya
    373. Oorangalathaya
    374. Oppantaya
    375. Oranballithaya
    376. Padakannaya
    377. Padamgathaya
    378. Padantaya
    379. Padathaya
    380. Paddannaya
    381. Paddillaya
    382. Padethaya
    383. Padithaya
    384. Padithaya
    385. Padooraya
    386. Padukannaya
    387. Padvantaya
    388. Padvetnaya
    389. Padyaya
    390. Pakam
    391. Palangaya
    392. Palethaya
    393. Pananjethaya
    394. Pandarathaya
    395. Pangannaya
    396. Panjikannaya
    397. Panoruthaya
    398. Paramanjithaya
    399. Parlathaya
    400. Parooruthaya
    401. Patooraya
    402. Patooruthaya
    403. Patteri
    404. Pejathaya
    405. Pelattya
    406. Peradithaya
    407. Permuthaya
    408. Perannaya
    409. Perlaya
    410. Permudanaya
    411. Permunnya
    412. Pilikarethaya
    413. Podennaya
    414. Pogethaya
    415. Polangaya
    416. Polinnaya
    417. Ponnethaya
    418. Poojithaya
    419. Poti
    420. Poyyethaya
    421. Puchchethaya
    422. Pudinnaya
    423. Pulimpudithaya
    424. Pulintaya
    425. Punichithaya
    426. Punethaya
    427. Punikallaya
    428. Puranika
    429. Purathaya
    430. Putrannaya
    431. Puttilathaya
    432. Puttillaya
    433. Putturaya
    434. Puttyethaya
    435. Raya
    436. Sadangaya
    437. Saddannaya
    438. Sagrithaya
    439. Samaga
    440. Samblaja
    441. Sampigethaya
    442. Sannadkathaya
    443. Saralathaya
    444. Saralaya
    445. Sedikulaya
    446. Shabaraya
    447. Shabarooraya
    448. Shadngataya
    449. Shambarathaya
    450. Sharanamtaya
    451. Sharma
    452. Shastri
    453. Shibafrooraya
    454. Shioppillaya
    455. Shirantooraya
    456. Shiriyadithaya
    457. Shivamuidinnaya
    458. Shivathaya
    459. Sidikulaya
    460. Simantooraya
    461. Simbaruthaya
    462. Sirathaya
    463. Sirkulithaya
    464. Sittillaya
    465. Somadhyaya
    466. Somayaji
    467. Subojethaya
    468. Sulyannaya
    469. Sunnathaya
    470. Sunnethaya
    471. Suvithaya
    472. Suvithaya
    473. Tadethaya
    474. Talapadithaya
    475. Talethaya
    476. Talithaya
    477. Tamratodithaya
    478. Tantrithaya
    479. Tekatillathaya
    480. Tekkethaya
    481. Tenjithaya
    482. Tenkillaya
    483. Terakunjithaya
    484. Todinnaya
    485. Todtillaya
    486. Tolpadithaya
    487. Tonillaya
    488. Tontinnaya
    489. Totantillaya
    490. Tumbikalaya
    491. Uapadithaya
    492. Ubballithaya
    493. Ubevythaya
    494. Uchchiltaya
    495. Udupa
    496. Uduvannaya
    497. Ugravallithaya
    498. Ukkuraya
    499. Uliraya
    500. Ulithaya
    501. Uliyathaya
    502. Ullooraya
    503. Ummannataya
    504. Ummannithaya
    505. Ungrupuilithaya
    506. Upadhyaya
    507. Uparannaya
    508. Urala
    509. Uralaoorivulla
    510. Urathaya
    511. Urivullabaipadithaya
    512. Urlangodithaya
    513. Vagannaya
    514. Vakilaya
    515. Vakkinnaya
    516. Varkadithaya
    517. Vavunnam
    518. Vayalaya
    519. Vellaya
    520. Vokudennaya
    521. Yadapadithaya
    522. Yatradithaya
    523. Yelachithaya
    524. Yerkadithaya
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