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Arya Vysyas

Arya Vysyas (Telugu: ఆర్య వైశ్యులు) are a Telugu speaking Vysya (trading) caste from Andhra Pradesh. They are also found in Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra and Orissa. The people of this caste are mainly in business and trade activities. Arya Vysyas are strict vegetarians. Orthodox Vysyas follow the rituals as prescribed in the Vasavi Puranamulu. Sri Vasavi Kanyaka Parameswari Devi is the Goddess or Kula Devatha of Arya Vysyas.

Arya Vysyas use the suffix Setty in Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka, and Chetty in Tamil Nadu.

Arya Vysya etymology

Arya Vysyas are one of the 3 subsects of the Komati caste, the other 2 being Kalinga Vysya and Thrivarnika. Arya Vysyas are distributed throughout Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra. Kalinga Vysyas are mostly spread in Srikakulam and Vizianagaram districts of Andhra Pradesh and Orissa, whereas Thrivarnikas are small in number and spread in small pockets of Vizianagaram, Visakhapatnam, East Godavari and Warangal districts. Arya Vysyas are vegetarians whereas the other two subsects are non-vegetarians.

Origin of Komati

A large number of Vysyas are said to have originally lived and still live in large numbers on the banks of the Godavari River. One of the local names for it is Gomati or Gomti, and the komati name for the river Godavari is Gomati. So the people who lived on the banks are called as Gomati, corrupted in Dravidian languages like Telugu as Komati.

History

Between 1921 to 1931, the Viceroy of Madras Presidency had implemented a commission which helped the people in their community to register their community with changes in the name if any. The Telugu linguistic Vysya Association (1905) registered their community as Arya Vysyas.

Sri Vasavi Kannika Parameswari Devi Puranamu as written in Telugu

South India is the Treasure House of many temples. Among them Sri Vasavi Kanyaka Parameswari temple situated in Penugonda, a town in the West Godavari District of Andhra Pradesh. The temple is a fascinating multi-colored (Gali Gopuram) seven storied tower with a beautiful architecture. This Penugonda Kshetram is considered as the ‘Kasi of Vysyas' and is a holy place for Vysyas.

Kusuma Sresti or Setty was the Setty king of Vysyas also known as Pedda Setty(Elder among Settys) who's territory was a Vassal state of Vengi desha, which was ruled by Vishnu Vardhana (Vimaladitya Maharajulu). His capital was Penugonda (Jestasailam) city for all the 18 paraganas during 10th and 11th century A.D. He and his wife Kusumamba were considered an ideal couple and led a peaceful domestic life. They worshiped Lord Siva (Nagareswara Swamy) as the part of their daily duties.

Though they had been married for many years, the couple did not have peace of mind as there was no successor to the kingdom. Their many prayers and sacrifices did not bear fruit and hence they were grief stricken. They approached their Kula guru (family Teacher) Bhaskar Acharya also a Komti who was well versed in shastras and by virtue of his profession was treated as a Komti Bramhana. He advised them to perform Puthra Kamesti Yaga, which Dasharatha had observed.

During the auspicious hour, the couple started the yoga. The Gods were pleased and sent prasadam (blessed fruit from god) through Yagneswara(fire God). They were told that they would beget children after eating prasadam. With devotion they ate the Prasadam and within a few days the signs of pregnancy was found with Kusumamba. She expressed unusual desires, which indicated that she would give birth to children who would fight for the welfare of all.

Birth of Vasavi Devi

During spring season, there was pleasure everywhere. Amidst this beauty, Kusumamba gave birth to twins, one male the other female on Friday the tenth of Vaisaka (Telugu month) at twilight during convergence of Uttara Nakshatra and Kanya (Virgo). The male child was named Virupaksha, and the female Vasavamba. During childhood, Virupaksha showed the features of becoming a powerful king, whereas in Vasavi, the inclination towards art & architecture, adoration music and philosophical approach were seen.

Under the guidance of Bhaskaracharya, Virupaksha learnt the Puranas, fencing, horse riding, martial arts, archery, statecraft etc.., which were essential to rule his Territory. Vasavi learnt fine arts and mastered philosophy and was proud to be an intelligent woman.

Vishnu Vardhana Raju

When Virupaksha attained proper age he married Rathnavathi, daughter of Aridhi setty of Aelur Town. The huge gathering thought that even Vasavi's marriage would one day also be observed with the same pomp and grandeur.

When King Vishnu Vardhana went on expedition to expand his empire, he visited Penugonda, where King Kusumasetti received him and took him in a procession and arranged a felicitation program in the colorful auditorium. After Manamathan (God of Romance) threw his sweet arrows on him, Vimaladitya (Vishnu Vardhana) spotted Vasavi among the crowd and fell madly in love with her. He felt he could not live without her and was determined to marry her. He sent a minister to enquire about her. The desire of Vishnuvardhana (Vimaladitya) was like a death blow to Kusumasresty. He was neither in a position to accept it nor to deny. The fact that the Emperor was already married, was much older, the difference in caste and the fact that he was not in a position to prevent this from occurring all caused extreme stress for Kusumasetti.

He discussed these issues with his closest family and friends and they unanimously decided to let Vasavi decide. Vasavi frankly expressed her desire to be a Virgin throughout her life and intended not to concentrate on worldy matters.

Kusumasetti sent a denial message to king Vishnuvardhana. The king was furious and sent a Battalion with orders to attack mercilessly and to get Vasavi for him. The brave Komti's of Penugonda by using the techniques of Sama, Dhana, Bheda and finally Danda, defeated Vishnuvardana's army.

Community reaction

At this crucial juncture, Kusumasresti called for Great Conference of the Chief of all the 18 cities and the leaders of all 714 Gotras in the presence of Komti Kula Guru Bhaskaracharya.

In the conference, there was difference of opinion. The Chiefs of 102 Gotras made a firm decision thought that "Those who are born must die and cowards die many times before their death but the valiant taste death but once. Even if the opponent is stronger, can't the spark burn a heap of straw? Hence, let us fight for a good cause. Whereas, the leaders of the other 612 gotras felt that the matrimonial alliance would be safer and more beneficial."

Bhaskar Acharya said: "We must safeguard our respect even at the cost of our lives". These words acted as a catalyst for Kusumasresti. Even though they formed a minority he was determined not to give his daughter Vasavi in marriage to the king. With this incident, the unity of the Komti's was broken. The Emperor, like an injured Cobra, took the lead of his huge army with strong determination to destroy his opponents. In Penugonda necessary arrangements were made with the supporters of the 102 Gotras to face the consequence.

Vasavi Devi's reaction

Vasavi, entered into scene and said: "Why should there be bloodshed among ourselves for the sake of a Girl? Why sacrifice the lives of soldiers for our selfish desire. It is better to give up the idea of war. Instead, let us rebel in a novel way. We can control war through non-violence and self-sacrifice. Only people with strong will power and moral strength can participate in this kind of self- sacrifice. Vasavi's new idea was delightful to her parents and they decided to act in accordance with Vasavi's directions.

Athmam Balidhana

As per the directions of Vasavi, at the holy place of Brahmakunda on the banks of Godavari, the royal servants arranged 103 Agnikundas (fire pits) in a special way. The whole city was observing that day as a festival day. Then Vasavi asked the couples of the 102 Gotras: "Will you plunge into this holy fire along with me?" Everyone of them whole heartedly gave their consent. They suspected Vasavi must be an incarnation of God and requested her to show her real nature or swarupa.

She smiled and revealed her true self, which had the glittering radiance surpassing the brightness of sun. She said: "I am the incarnation of Adiparashakthi." To safeguard the dignity of woman and to protect Dharma, to destroy Vishnu Vardhana and to reveal to the world the magnanimity of Komti's I come here in Kaliyuga. Like Sati Deva who was insulted entered into holy fire, I too plunge into the holy fire and enter the other world. Kusumasresty during last birth was a great Saint by name Samadhi as per his aspirations he could attain salvation along with the people of 102 Gotras. That is why I asked you all to undergo Athmam Balidhana." Vasavi advised the gathering about patriotism, honesty, social service, and tolerance etc.

Vishnu Vardhana Raju's death

Devi disappeared as soon as the divine words came out of her mouth and people saw her in human form. Then all of them entered into holy fire after meditating upon their Gods.

Though Vishnuvardhana felt bad Omens, he marched ahead and reached the main entrance of Penugonda. Then his detectives reported what all had happened in the city. He could not bear the great shock and his heart shattered into pieces. He fell down vomiting blood and he was no more.

The self-sacrifice of Vasavi and the end of Vishnuvardhana was the talk of the town. People condemned the deeds of Vishnuvardhana and appreciated the epoch maker Vasavi and her non-violent principle.

Sri Vasavi Devi's legacy

The son of Vishnuvardhana Raju, Raja Raja Narendra rushed to Penugonda and repented about the incident. Later on Virupaksha consoled him and said: "Brother, let us learn and formulate the present and future on the strong base of past. Vasavi had come to rescue of the people without giving room for great bloodshed. Her non-violence gave a good result", hence forth Komatis shall not fight or rule states but shall engage in the service and as well wishers of others including services like trade ,agriculture etc..,

Virupaksha visited many pilgrim centers like Kasi, Gaya and other under the guidance of komti kula guru Baskaracharya. To commemorate the pilgrimage they installed 101 lingas for each gotra in Penukonda. Then, Narendra installed a statue of Vasavi as a token of respect. From that day onwards all Komti's began performing poojas to her and is considered as Komatikula Devatha-Vasavi Kannika Parameswari.

Vasavi's life is worth remembering because of her faith in non-violence religious values and her defense of status of women. She became immortal as she has been mainly responsible for the propagation of reputation of Komatis throughout the world.Vasavi is an epitome for Aryan women who sacrificed her life than to inter marry with the black skinned dravidian kings of that time when Vaisyas moved south. Vasavi, who had rejected worldly pleasures, won the minds of Komati's and is the champion of peace and non-violence and will be remembered at all times by one and all.

Arya Vysya Nithyanna Satra Details

  1. Srisailam : Akilha Bharata Srishyla Kestra Aryavysya Nitanna purna satram
  2. Srisailam : Vasavi Satram, Srishylam - 518101
  3. Putaparthi : Vasavi Nivasam, Putaparthi - 616134
  4. Tirumala : Vasavi Bhavan, Thirumala - 517504
  5. Tirupati : Vasavi Nilayam, Thirupathi.
  6. Mantralayam : Aryavysya seva sang, Patel Road, Rayachur - 584101
  7. Mahanandhi : Vasavi Kanyaka Parmeshwari Satram, Beside main temple, Mahanandhi
  8. Vijayawada : Sri Kanyaka Parameshwari Anna Satram commity.
  9. Annavaram : Aryavysya Nityanna satram, Anavaram - 533406
  10. Vemulawada : S.R.R.K. Aryavysya Vasavi Nityanna Satra Sangam, Vemulawada - 505302
  11. Ahubilam : Aryavysya Anna Satra Sangam, Ahubilam - 518545
  12. Yadagiri Gutta : Sri Vasavi kanyaka Parameshwari Aryavysya Nityanna Satra Sangam.
  13. Bapatla: Sri Vasavi Kanyaka Parameswari Temple, GBC Road, Bapatla-522101 Guntur Dist.
  14. Bhadrachalam : Sri Vasvi Kanyaka Parameshwari, Aryavysya Nityannadana satram trust, Market Road.
  15. Basara : Arya indoor Aryavysya Gynana Saraswathi Charitable trust
  16. Mudhul : Aryavysya Nityanna Satram, Mudhul, Adilabad Dist.
  17. Shulamgiri : Akhila Baratha Gatikchala Kshethra Aryavysya Nityanna dana Sangam
  18. Dharmapuri : Sri Laxmi Narasimha Kshethra sri dharmapuri aryavysya vasavi nityanna satra sangam
  19. Attur, Salem-(Dt),Tamil Nadu:Sri Kannika Parameshwari Devasdhanam,Bazaar Street,Attur-636102
  20. Nanjangud:Temple Street, Nanjanagudu, Mysore District, Karnataka

Gothras

There are 102 gotras among Arya Vysyas. They followed 102 Rishis for conducting their rituals. Surname gotras and Rishis for identification and classification for all the Arya Vysyas are one and the same. The gotras is equivalent of the Sanskrit names of Rishis.

Groups of Arya Vysyas became followers of particular Rishi for conducting their rituals and they claimed to be the followers of that particular Rishi. Thus they are identified by the Rishi name. And for still feature identification they use a pre-fix surname generally indicating the area from which they migrated or the profession to which they belong and other such identification.

No Gothiram name Sankethanamam

  1. AGASTHYASA anubha Gula, anubala, anubala Gula
  2. ATHREYASA ARASAKULA- ARISISHTAKULA-ELISISHTAKULA- ARISETLAKULA-HARISISHTAKULA
  3. ACHAYANASA AKRAMULAKULA- AKYAMULAKULA- AMALAKULA- ARKYAMULA
  4. UGRASENASA KUMIRISISHTA- KUMARSISHTA- KOMARSISHTAKULA
  5. UDHGRUSHTASA KANYAKULA- KANUKULA- KRANUKULA- KRANU
  6. UTHAMOJASA UTHAKALAKULA-UTHAKULA- UTHASISHTAKULA- UHTAMAKULA
  7. RUSHYASHRUNGASA ANANTHAKULA
  8. AUSHITHYASA YANASAKULA- YAANASAKAKULA- YAANASABIKULA
  9. GANVSA GARNAKULA
  10. GANDHARPASA SARAKULA- SEKOTLAKULA- SEGOLLA- SAMANAKULA- SHRESHTA KUNDALA KULA
  11. KABILASA MANDU- MANDHAKULA- HASTHAKULA- MANDAKULA
  12. KABEEDHASA VENKALAKULA
  13. KASYABASA GANAMUKU KULA
  14. GUTHSASA ISHVAKU KULA
  15. KOUNDINYASA KANALOLA- KANASRILA- KANASRILA KULA
  16. GOUNDHEYASA KAMASISHTA
  17. KOUSIKASA KARAKA PALA
  18. KRUSHNASA DHANAKULA- THANANAKULA- THENUKULA
  19. GARKYASA PRAHEENUKULA- PRAHEENIKULA- PAIPIKULA
  20. GRUTHSAN MATHASA ESABAKULA- ESUBAKULA- ESHUBAKULA- SANNAKULA- JANAKULA- JYANUKULA
  21. GOPAKASA INJTHAPAKULA- GOPAKULA- KONDAKULA- KONDAKAKULA
  22. GOUTHAMASA GANTHISEELA- GANTHASEELAKULA- GANTHASEELA- GRANTHISEELA
  23. CHAKRAPANISA CHAKRAMULAKULA- CHAKRAMULASAKULA
  24. CHAMARSHANASA BETHASHRESHTA- BETHAKISHTA- PATHASISHTAKULA- PATHTHASISHTAKULA
  25. JADABARATHASA KUNDAKULA- DHURASISHTA- DHURASISHTAKULA
  26. JADHUKARNASA CHANDRAKULA- CHANDRAMOOLA- CHANDRAMASISHTA
  27. JAMBASOOTHANASA THRIMULA- THRIMULAKULA
  28. JARATHKARASA SANTHAKULA- JANAKULA- JYANUKULA
  29. JABAALISA SIRISISHTAKULA- SIRASISHTAKULA
  30. PAPREYASA SANASISHTA- SANASISHTAKULA- SINISHETLA
  31. JEEVANDHISA BURHTILASISHAKULA- BRUMASISHTAKULA- LRUTHTHIKULA
  32. THARANISA THRIVIKRAMA- SISHTASA- THRIVIKRAMASISHTAKULA
  33. THITHIRISA PAMTHAKULA- PRAHTAMAKULA- PRAVATHAKULA
  34. THRIJADASA UPARAKULA- USIRAKULA
  35. THAITHREYASA SITHURUBELLU- SITHRUBELLU- SITHRUBA- SITHRUBAKULA
  36. THALPYASA PADINAKULA- PLAKAKULA- PALAKALAKULA- PADANASISHTAKULA
  37. DHURVASASA THITHISA- THITHINAKULA- THENTHSULA- THENTHASALA- THETHANAKULA
  38. DHEVARATHASA HAARAASIKULA
  39. DHEVA KALKYASA USIRAKULA- DHESISHTAKULA
  40. NARADHASA PALAKAKULA- PALAKULA
  41. NETHRA PAHTASA SANDHOKU- SANDHOKULAKULA
  42. PARAS PARAAYANYASA DHUVVISISHTAKULA- POULATHATHSYA KULA- SRIBHUMSIKULA
  43. PALLAVASA KANAPAKULA- KANTAKULA- KANTAASUKULA- KANTASUUKULA- KANTASTHULAKULA
  44. PAVITHRA PAANISA DHAYASISHTAKULA- DHAYAA SISHTAKULA- DHASISHTAKULA- THAISETTAKULA- THESETLAKULA- THESISHTAKULA- THYSISHTAKULA
  45. PAARAASARYASA KAMATHENUKULA- PATAKASEELAKULA- PANCHALAKULA- PANCHALLAKULA- PRANASEELAKULA- PRANUSEELAKULA- PRANA SEELA KULA- PAMPAALLA
  46. PINGALASA AYANAKULA
  47. PUNDAREEGASA ANUSISHTA- ANUSISHTAKULA- KRANUKULA- THONDIKULA
  48. BHOODHI MASHASA DHURVADIKULA- DHULAASISHTAKULA- DHURYADAKULA- DHULASISHTAKULA- DHULASIKULA- DHODAKULA- DHODILULA
  49. POUNDRAKASA BUMSIMAMSUKULA- BUMSIMANAKULA- BROSISHTAKULA- BROSI- BROLEKAKULA
  50. POULASTHYASA GOSEELA- UTHAMAGOSEELA- PALLALAGOOSEELA- PADUGOSEELA- SRIGOSEELA-PUNAGOSEELA- SOORYAKULA- UTHAMASEELA- PUNAGORSEELA- PATTUGOSEELA- PUNAKASEELAKULA BHEEMAGOSEELA- SATHYAGOSEELA- CHANDHIGOSEELA-
  51. PRASEENASA VANISISHTAKULA- LENASISHTAKULA- LELISISHTAKULA
  52. PRABHADHASA UDHVAHAKULA- PENDLIKULA- RAVISISHTAKULA
  53. BRUHATHATHVASA PERUSISHTA- BERISISHTAKULA- BHYRUSISHTAKULA
  54. BHODHAYANASA BHUDHIKULA- BHDHANAKULA
  55. BHARADHVAJASA BALASISHTA- BALASESHTA- BALISISHTA
  56. BHARGGAVASA PRUTHIVISISHTA- PRUTHIVISRESHTA
  57. MANTHAPALASA VINNASA- VINNAKULA- VINUKULA- VENNAKULA
  58. MAANAVASA MATHYAKULA- MANYUKULA-MARAASAKULA- MAANAACHAKULA
  59. MAREECHASA THISHAMASISHTAKULA- THEESHMAKULA- THEESHMASISHTAKULA- THEESHMASHRESHTA
  60. MAARKANDEYASA MONUKULA- MORUKA- MORUSA- MORKKALAKULA
  61. MUNIRAJASA PADMASISHTASA- PADMASISHTAKULA- PADMASHRESHTA
  62. MAITHREYASA MATHTHIKULA- MATHANAKULA- MATHYASAKULA- MITHUNAKULA- MAITHRIKULAv
  63. THOUMYASA CHANDA- CHANDHAKULA- CHANDAKAKULA- CHANKALAKULA
  64. MOUNJAYA MUNJEEKULA- MOUNJRISA- MOUNJIKULA
  65. MOUTHKALYASA NAABILLA- NAABEELAKULA- NAABEELASAKULA- MUNIKULA- MOOLAKULA
  66. YAASKASA VYALAKOOLASA- VELGOLLA- VAELIGOLLA
  67. YAGNA VALKYASA ABIMANCHIKULA
  68. VADUGASA ANUMARSHANAKULA
  69. VARADHANTHUSA MASANTHA- MASANTHA
  70. VARUNASA YELASISHTAKULA- VELASISHTAKULA- VELISISHTAKULA- SIRISISHTAKULA
  71. VASHISHTASA VASTHI- VASTHISA- VASTHIKULA- VASTHRIKULA
  72. VAMADEVASA UPALAKULA- UPAMAKULA- UPANAKULA- UPAMANYAKULA
  73. VASUDEVASA BHEEMASISHTA- BHEEMASISHTAKULA- BHEEMASRESHTAKULA
  74. VAYAVYAYA MRANGAMAKULA- VRAHASISHTAKULA- VRAKALAMULA- VRANGAMAKULA- VRANGAMULAKULA
  75. VALMIKASA SUKALAKULA- SAKALLAKULA- SUCHALAKULA- SUGOLLAKULA
  76. VISHVAGSHENASA UBARISISHTA- VIBARISISHTA
  77. VISVAMITHRASA VIKRAMASISHTA- VIKRAMASISHTAKULA
  78. VISHNUVRUNTHASA PIPPALAKULA- PUPPALAKULA
  79. VAIROHITHYASA VASNTHA- VASANTHAKULA
  80. VYASASA THANAKU- THANATHAKULA
  81. SARABANKASA KRAMASISHTA- KRAMASISHTAKULA- KRAMASHRESHTAKULA
  82. SAARGNARAVASA KUNDAKAKULA- KONDAKAKULA
  83. SHANDILYASA THUPPALA- THUPPALAKULA
  84. SRIVATHSASA SILAKULA- SRIRANGAKULA- SRILAKULA
  85. SRIDHARASA SIRISHESHTA- SIRISHESHTAKULA-SRISHISHTA
  86. SHUKLASA SRISALAKULA- SRISALLA- SRISALLAKULA
  87. CHOWCHEYASA ILAMANCHIKULA- YALAMANCHIKULA- HELAMANCHIKULA
  88. CHOWNAKASA KAMALAKULA- DHRUGASISHTA- DHRUGASISHTAKULA- THANATHAKULA- CHAANAKALAKULA- CHOWNAKA
  89. SATHYASA ANTHIRAKULA- CHINTHAKULA- CHINTHAMASISHTA CHINTHYAKULA- CHINTHALA
  90. SANAKASA SHANAKULA- SANAKULA
  91. SANATHKUMARASA DANKARAKULA- MUTHUKULA
  92. SANANTHANASA SAMASISHTAKULA
  93. SAMVARTHAKASA RENDUKULA- RENTAKULA
  94. SUKANCHANASA PUCHAKULA- PUCHAKASEELA- PUNITHA- PUNEETHASA- PUNTHAKULA
  95. SUDHEESHANASA DHANTHAKULA- DHYANTHAKULA- DHVANTHAKULA- DHENTHAKULA- DHEVISETLA- DHONTHAKULA
  96. SUNDHARASA INA- INAKULA- INAKOLA- VINUKULA
  97. SUVARNASA PRODAYASAKULA- PRODAJAKULA- PROUDAAYAJA
  98. SUBHRAMHANYASA SANTHANAKULA- SANIKTHAKULA
  99. SOWBARNASA PUTHURUKULA- PUTHURUKSAKULA
  100. SOWMYASA HASTHIKULA
  101. SOWVARNASA CHUSALAKULA- SAKALLAKULA- SOOCHALAKULA- SOOKASALLAKULA- SOOSALAKULA
  102. HARIVALGAYASA KAPATA- KURATA- KORATAKULA- GORANTAKULU

Organisations

  1. VYS - Vasavi Yujana Sangha
  2. YMVA - Young Men's Vysya Association: Responsible for organizing Community service activities on behalf of Vysyas.
  3. VLA - Vysya Ladies Association: Same as YMVA but organized by Vysya Women.
  4. VH - Vysya Hostel: A Boys Hostel for students from Vysya Community.
  5. Vysya Bhawans are organized by Vysyas at all important pilgrimage places
  6. AVOPA - Arya Vysya Officials and Professionals Association [1]
  7. Tamil Nadu Arya Vysya Maha Sabha, Chennai
  8. Andhra Pradesh Sri Vasavi Arya Vysya Maha Sabha, Hyderabad
  9. Sri Vasavi Arya Vysya Sangam,Sri Vasavi Arya Vysya Yuvagana Sangam,Vasavi Club every where in Hyderabad City and every in Andhra Pradesh and also at every priligrims we have Boarding and loadging facilities to arya vysya at low price and free of cost for poor in these arya vysya's.
  10. AVOGA - Arya Vysya Officials and Graduates Association
  11. Arya Vysya BavanVasavi Bhavan road - Miryalguda-508207
  12. Kanyaka Parameshwari Temple Nalgonda Road - Miryalguda-508207, Nalgonda(dist.)
  13. Kanyaka Parameswari Satram Near 1 town Market - Eluru 534001, West Godavari(dist.)
  14. NRIVA (NRI VASAVI ASSOCIATION) based in USA - WWW.NRIVA.ORG

15.Arya Vysya Yuvajana Sangham, ITown Area, Viskhapatnam-530001, Andhrapradesh, India

Eminent Members of the Community

References

External Links

  • http://www.NRIVA.org/
  • http://www/lordvasavi.com
  • http://www.aryavysyagroup.com/
  • http://www.aryavysyaworld.net
  • http://www.vysyamala.com/ - Online Arya Vysya Matrimony
  • http://www.sreevasavamba.com/

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