HISTORY OF THEVAR COMMUNITY PDF

There are Abundant records pertaining to this clan, where the Peoples ruled from unknown antiquity Chola, Thondaiman till the independence of india, The Kallar King Raja Rajagopala Thondaiman was the only king of Tamilnadu Rulling Pudhukkotai even after independence. Kallar, Maravar and Agamudayar are siblings and the Descendents of the Three clans chera, chola and Pandian. Later the descendents of Muvenders were called as Thevars. There are over surnames in use.

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There are Abundant records pertaining to this clan, where the Peoples ruled from unknown antiquity Chola, Thondaiman till the independence of india, The Kallar King Raja Rajagopala Thondaiman was the only king of Tamilnadu Rulling Pudhukkotai even after independence. Kallar, Maravar and Agamudayar are siblings and the Descendents of the Three clans chera, chola and Pandian.

Later the descendents of Muvenders were called as Thevars. There are over surnames in use. There are no other Castes in Tamilnadu have this many Surnames. Some of the commonly used Surnames are. Another important Kallar subcaste is the Piramalai Kallar. They are highly conservative and have preserved their customs and traditions to the present day. They are also believed to be the oldest inhabitants of the Tamil country with reports of their presence going back to Tamil literary works of the 4th century B.

They are found mainly in the districts of Madurai, Dindigul and Theni. Their popular deity is Amman, the Mother Goddess. Thondai in Tamil means Kilay or pirivu, Pallava in Sanskrit defines the same, so Pallavas or Thondaiman are considered as a offshoot of Cholas later become an Prominent rulers. Malayaman The kings Araiyars ruled Tirukkoyilur during Chola kingdom with the title Malayaman which is one of the family name of Kallar community. They were in close relation with Cholas. Vastly, Cholas, Cheras and even Satavahanas controlled the destiny in times.

The meaning of chola Is unknown. Chera, chola and pandian are considered as Siblings. The dynasty originated in the fertile valley of the Kaveri River. Chera, chola and pandian are commonly called as Thevar to mean they are desendents of Lord Indra. But specially cholas were called by many Surnames all these surnames Mel kondar, Chozangar, Thevar etc. Lots of mariages takes place between cholas with Malavarayar, Malayaman, Paluvettaraiyar, Melkondar and Vallavaraiyar.

Later they extended their rule to further south and established their capital at Kanchipuram around the 4th century CE. They rose in power during the reign of Mahendravarman I — CE and Narasimhavarman I — CE and dominated the Telugu and northern parts of Tamil region for about six hundred years until the end of the 9th century. The word Pallava means branch in Sanskrit. The word is rendered as Tondaiyar in Tamil language. The Pallava kings at several places are called Thondamans or Thondaiyarkon.

The sancrit meaning of pallava is Kilay The tamil Thondai means the same, it proves that pallavas are desendents Kilay or Pirivu of chola. Pathupattu, one of the sangam literatures, reads that the king Thondaiman Ilandirayan ruled this town around years ago. The pallavas are told as the descendents of Thondaiman Ilandirayan. They were also called by surnames like sethurayar pallavarayar vandarayar, kadurayar,Vallavarayar,vanathirayar,kaliyarayar etc.

Proves that Pallavar are Decendents of Chola Kallar. Petty Kings The Great empires which ruled Tamilnadu were Chera, Chola, Pandian and Pallava, but there were many petty kings and chieftains ruled tamilnadu under chera, chola, pandiya and pallava.

There are lot of records pertaining to this Petty dynasty. Some of the names are seen in Tamil copper-plate inscriptions also. Warrior The main occupation of Kallar is Warrior, they were saving Tamilnadu from Aryans and foreign invaders for many Centuries, most of their surnames derived from their victory and bravery shown in Battlefield. During chola rule there were many small kings Araiyar were Ruling there Respective area under Chola. Some of the names are seen in Tamil copper-plate inscriptions was also mentioned in Ponniyin Selvan Tamil historical novel written by Kalki Krishnamurthy.

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Kallar Highly dominant forward Caste Kallar: Kallars are one of the three related castes which constitute the Mukkulathor confederacy. They are described as "A fearless community shows many signs of independence and non-submission to any form of subjugation". In Tamilnadu Kallars are called by various Surnames, these names comes to them during various times by the place they have ruled, the place of the battlefield and to state their strong valour and bravery in the battle with the foreign forces. There are some surnames in use among the community. There is no other caste in the whole of South India which has this many surnames. Aother important Kallar subcaste is the Piramalai Kallar. They are a highly traditional people and have preserved their ancient customs to the present day.

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Fenrimi At times hkstory between Thevars and Dalits flare up in the area, and desecrations of monuments of Muthuramalinga Thevar have taken place. The Mukkulathor people, who are also collectively known as Thevarare native to the central and southern districts of Tamil NaduIndia. Conflict erupted within the local Congress organisation over the issue. Follow madarassi Thursday, February 04, — He then launched the Forward Bloc on 22 June, calling for the unification of all leftwing elements into a united organisation within the Congress. We went there directly. Bakthavatsalam38 persons were killed in the clashes and over houses were burnt down. The hlstory organisation became theevar by splits and disputes.

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He was the only son of Ukkirapandi Thevar and Indiraniammal. His mother died before his first birthday. From onwards he was in the custody of his maternal grandmother Parvathiammal in the neighbouring village of Kallupatti. First he was given private tuition and in June he began attending classes at an elementary school run by American missionaries in Kamuthi. The following year he also missed his chance to attend the final examinations, as he returned to Pasumpon to fight a legal battle over issues of inheritance of family property. The case lingered and was not settled until , when the court ruled in Muthuramalingam Thevar favour.

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HISTORY OF THEVAR COMMUNITY PDF

They are described as "A fearless community shows many signs of independence and non-submission to any form of subjugation". In Tamil Nadu Kallars are called by various Surnames, these names comes to them during various times by the place they have ruled, the place of the battlefield and to state their strong valour and bravery in the battle with the foreign forces. There are some surnames in use among the community. There is no other caste in the whole of South India which has this many surnames. Aother important Kallar subcaste is the Piramalai Kallar.

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