Brahmins on TOP


List of Brahmins those are succesfull
Spiritual Persons/Saints who are/were succesfull Due to Brahmin Caste
(http://:.brahminsexposed.wordpress.com)

Tulsidas – Born in UP ,also known as Goswami Tulsidas
Adi Shankaracharya – Born in Kerala
Pachlegaonkar Maharaj: Rashtra Sant, Founder of Mukteshvar Dal, Hindu Rashtra Sena. Social Activist. leader of Hyderabad Liberation Struggle.
Narsinh Mehta – Born in Gujarat
Swami Ramanand – Born in UP
Gopalanand Swami – Born in Gujarat
Akhandanand – Born in UP
Eknath – Born in Maharashtra
Dayananda Saraswati – Born in Gujarat
Madhvacharya – Born in Karnataka
Lokenath Brahmachari – Born in WB
Vasudevanand Saraswati – Born in Maharashtra
Brahmananda Saraswati – Born in UP
Hariharananda Giri – Born in WB
Gnanananda Giri – Born in Karnataka
Swami Lakshmanananda – Born in Odisha
Lahiri Mahasaya – Born in WB
Raghavendra Swami – Born in Tamil Nadu
Ramakrishna – Born in WB
Ramana Maharshi – Born in Tamil Nadu
Raja Ram Mohan Roy – Born in Bengal was founder of the Brahmo Samaj movement in 1828
Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar born as Ishwar Chandra Bandopadhyay – Born in Bengal. A great social reformer who started widow remarriage
Swami Rama – Born in Uttarakhand
Ravi Shankar – Born in Tamil Nadu
Samarth Ramdas – Born in Maharashtra
Vallabha Acharya – Born Braj region India
Upasni Maharaj – Born in Maharashtra
Thakur Anukulchandra – Born in Bangladesh
Ramanuja – Born in Tamil Nadu
Vedanta Desika – Born in Tamil Nadu
Ramprasad Sen – Born in WB
Brahma Chaitanya – Born in Maharashtra
Dnyaneshwar – Born in Maharashtra
Sainadh– Born in Andhra Pradesh
Scientists

Charaka – Medicine (Identity theft by Brahmins for racial promotion will be exposed in this blog soon)

Sushruta – Medicine (Identity theft by Brahmins for racial promotion will be exposed in this blog soon)

Jogesh Pati– Theoretical Physicist

Varahamihira – Mathematician, Astrologer, Astronomer (Identity theft by Brahmins for racial promotion will be exposed in this blog soon)

Brahmagupta – Mathematician, Astronomer (Identity theft by Brahmins for racial promotion will be exposed in this blog soon)

Ramanujan – Mathematical Genius

C.V.Raman – Physicist

Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar – Physicist

Yellapragada Subbarao – BioChemist

M S Swaminathan (Agriculture Scientist)Cricket


Shooting
Vijay Kumar -Olympic medalist
Anjali Bhagwat

Tennis
Ramanathan Krishnan
Ramesh Krishnan
Jaideep Mukherjea
Nirupama Vaidyanathan
Gaurav Natekar
Rushmi Chakravarthy

Media and entertainment

Manoj bajpai, Raj kumar, Manoj joshi, Sanjay dutt, Piyush mishra, Mahesh bhatt, Mahika Sharma, Manoj kumar, Vishal Bhardwaj, Sharmila tagore, Prakash jha, Sudhir mishra ,Rani mukhrjee, Anupam kher, Dhundiraj Govind Phalke popularly known as Dadasaheb Phalke – Considered as Father of Indian Cinema
Kamal Haasan – Actor, Direector, Singer, Lyricist, Producer
Mahika Sharma – Actress, Model, social worker or social activist
Balshastri Jambhekar– Father of Marathi Journalism
D.K. Issar – Senior Journalist, exChief Reporter, Hindustan Times,Editor, Interviewer, Advisor
Arnab Goswami-Editor in Chief, Republic Bharat
Nidhi Razdan – Journalist at NDTV 24×7
T P Kailasam– Playwright
Puttanna Kanagal– Director
Girish Kasaravalli– Director
K. Balachander – Film Director
K. Viswanath – Film Director
Mani Ratnam – Film Director
Suresh Krissna – Film Director
Balaji Sakthivel – Film Director
Kurumaddali Lakshmi Narasimha Rao (Suthivelu)- Comedian
Kapil Sharma – Comedian
Jandhyala Veera Venkata Durga Siva Subramanya Sastry– Playwright, Director
Trivikram Srinivas– Director, Playwright
Navdeep– Side Actor
Cho Ramaswamy – Actor, Playwright, Journalist
Kalki Krishnamurthy – Journalist, Critic, Writer

Defence forces
Padmapani Acharya: Kargil War hero
Kambampati Nachiketa: Kargil War hero and first Indian POW during the war
Devendra Kumar Joshi :Admiral,Chief of Naval Staff of the Indian Navy(2012-2014)
Arun Shridhar Vaidya : First Army General who was assassinated
Bipin Chandra Joshi : Army General
Jayant Ganpat Nadkarni : Chief of the Naval Staff (1987-1990)
Subroto Mukerjee : Air Chief Marshal (1954-1955)

Film stars
Actors
Ajith Kumar
Anant Mahadevan
Ravi Kishan
Mithun Chakraborty
Mahika Sharma
Vikram Gokhale
Manoj Joshi
Tanikella Bharani
Mohan Joshi
Saurabh Shukla
Manoj Tiwari
Vinay Pathak
Manoj Kumar
Kumar Sanu – Singer
Jayaram
Siddharth Narayan– Playwright
C. Krishna Rao Gundu Rao (Nagesh)
Kanta Rao
J V Somayajulu
Upendra– Director, Playwright
Vishnuvardhan
Guru Dutt
K. Viswanath– Director
Chittor V. Nagaiah – Actor, Singer
Cho Ramaswamy
S. V. Shekhar
R. S. Manohar
Gemini Ganesan
Soumitra Chatterjee
Uttam Kumar
Kishore Kumar
Ashok Kumar
Crazy Mohan – Drama Actor/Dialogue Writer
Srikanth – Tamil Actor
Prasanna – Tamil Actor
Ananth Nag
Shankar Nag
Satish Kaushik – director and famous comedian
Vishal Bhardwaj
Diganth Manchale
Kota Srinivasa Rao
Uday Kiran
Aditya Pudipeddi (Aadi)
Sai Kumar
P J Sharma
P. Ravi Shankar
Actress
Bhanumathi Ramakrishna– Actor, Producer & Director
Hema Malini
Madhuri Dixit
Deepika Padukone
Rani Mukherjee
Meenakshi Seshadri
Anushka Sharma
Vidya Balan
Prachi Desai
Priyamani
Suhasini Maniratnam
Rekha
Ramya Krishnan
Trisha Krishnan
Shanthi Krishna
Vimala Raman
Madhoo
Gayathri Iyer
Rati Agnihotri
Udita Goswami
Jayalalithaa
Richa Gangopadhyay
Shruti Hassan
Sonali Bendre
Lavanya Tripathi
Jamuna
Rekha Sri
Srilekha Mutukula
Mamata kulkarni

Musicians
Ankit Tiwari-singer
Sona Mohapatra-Singer
Pritam Chakraborty-composer
Amit Trivedi-composer
Bhimsen Joshi– Singer
Jitendra Abhisheki – Classical Singer
Mangalampalli Balamurali Krishna– Singer, Actor and Composer
K. V. Mahadevan-Composer
P. B. Sreenivas-Singer
T. M. Soundararajan-Singer (Madurai Saurastrian community)
S. Janaki-Singer
Harini-Singer
Tippu-Singer
S. P. Balasubramanyam– Singer, Actor and Composer
Vani Jayaram-Singer
Usha Uthup-Singer
S. P. Sailaja– Singer and Actor
Sunitha Upadrashta agar-Composer
Bharathwaj-composer
Hariharan-Singer and composer
Shankar Mahadevan-Singer
Salil Kulkarni-Singer and Composer
UnnikrishnanSinger
Karth – Singer/Anchor/Dubbing Artist
Vidyas -Singer and Composer
Mahalaxmi Iyer-Singer
Vijay Prakash-Singer
Sundar Narayana Rao– Singer
Suresh Wadkar-Singer
Machas With Attitude-Rap Artists
Shishir Parkhie – Singer & Composer
Lata Mangeshkar
Asha Bhosle
Jatin Lalit (Jatin Pandit & Lalit Pandit) (Rajasthani
N. C. Karunya-Singer
Mani Sharma Composer
Vedala Hemachandra Singer,Dubbing artist, Composer, Anchor
Sravana Bhargavi Singer, lyricist, dubbing artist
Geetha Madhuri Singer

Recipients of the Civilian awards
Bharat Ratna: Atal Bihari Vajpayee – Former PM of India, BJP founder
Bharat Ratna: Madan Mohan Malaviya – Educationalist, Founder of Banaras Hindu University(BHU)
Bharat Ratna: Pandurang Vaman Kane – Sanskrit Scholar
Bharat Ratna: Maharshi Dhondo Keshav Karve – Social Service
Bharat Ratna: Acharya Vinoba Bhave – Social Service (Bhudan Movement)
Bharat Ratna: Varahagiri Venkata Giri– civilian decoration, Indian fourth President
Bharat Ratna: Sachin Tendulkar-Indian Cricketer
Bharat Ratna: Lata Mangeshkar – Famous Playback singer
Bharat Ratna: Pandit Ravi Shankar – Famous Sitar player
Bharat Ratna: Chakravarti Rajgopalachari – Independence Activist
Bharat Ratna: C. V. Raman – Physicist
Bharat Ratna: Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan – Philosopher
Bharat Ratna: Bhagwan Das – Author
Bharat Ratna: Mokshagundam Visvesvarayya – Civil Engineer
Bharat Ratna: Gopinath Bordoloi – Former Assam Chief Minister
Bharat Ratna: Pandit Bhimsen Joshi – Hindustani Classical Music Vocalist
Bharat Ratna: C N R Rao – scientist
Padma vibhushan: Nanaji Deshmukh – Socia Activist, Founder of Bharatiya Jana Sangh Party, MP
Padma Vibhushan: Sitakant Mahapatra
Padma Vibhushan: Prof. M M Sharma– Scientist
Padma Vibhushan: Raghunath Mashelkar– Scientist
Padma shree: Vempati Chinna Satyam– Dancer
Padma Bhushan: S.P.Balasubramanyam– Singer
Padma Bhushan: J B Joshi– Scientist
Padma Bhushan: Rahul Dravid-Indian Cricketer
Padmashree & Padma Bhushan: Kamal Hassan -Actor
Padmashree: Kaasinathuni Viswanath – Actor

Recipients of the Gallantry awards
Param Veer Chakra: Somnath Sharma– First recipient of India’s highest gallantry award
Param Veer Chakra: manoj Kumar Pandey

Literature
Authors
Girish Karnad
S. L. Bhyrappa
Udupi Rajagopalacharya Ananthamurthy– Critic
Nannayya Bhattaraka– Author
Kota Shivaram Karanth – Environmentalist, Artist
Jiddu Krishnamurti – Philosopher
Sudha Murty – Social Worker, Philanthropist
Samethanahalli Rama Rao
B.V.K. Sastry – Critic
Bhagavatula Siva Sankara Sastry (Arudra)
P.L. Deshpande
Vinda Karandikar
Arvind Gokhale
Bal Kolhatkar
Vasant Kanetkar
A. N. Krishna Rao
Malayattoor Ramakrishnan – Writer and Cartoonist
Novelists
Amish Tripathi-author
Chilakamarthi Lakshmi Narasimham– Playwright
Malladi Venkata Krishna Murthy
Poets
D. R. Bendre
V. K. Gokak
Masti Venkatesha Iyengar
Gorur Ramaswamy Iyengar
Subramanya Bharathi
Potana
Chikkupadhyaya
Ajjada Adibhatla Narayana Dasu– Philosopher
Pingali Lakshmikantamu
Veturi Sundararama Murthy– Lyricist
Gurazada Appa Rao– Playwright
Srirangam Srinivasa Rao (Sri Sri)
Sirivennala Seetha Rama Sastry– Composer
Divakarla Tirupathi Sastry
Challapilla Venkata Sastry
Garimella Satyanarayana– Freedom Fighter
Viswanatha Satyanarayana
Rayaprolu Subbarao
Kumar Vishwas
Madabhushi Sampath Kumar
Ulloor S. Parameswara Iyer
Crossword Writer
A.N.Prahlada Rao

Arts
Ravi Paranjape – visit website http://www.raviparanjape.com/docs/paintings.htm
Intellectuals
Srinivasa Ramanujan – Renowned mathematician.
Krishnaswamy Kasturirangan – Space scientist
Shakuntala Devi– “Human computer” fame
N. R. Narayana Murthy– Chairman Emeritus and Co-Founder Infosys
Sudha Murthy– Co founder Infosys
Lakshmi Narayanan– Vice Chairman and former CEO of Cognizant Technology Solutions
Raja Ramanna– Nuclear scientist
Indra Nooyi– CEO PEPSI Co
Udipi Ramachandra Rao– Space Scientist, Former Chairman of ISRO
K. V. Kamath– Chairman Infosys & ICICI Bank
Bhogaraju Pattabhi Sitaramayya – Founder Andhra Bank
Vijay Mallya-UnitedBreveries, owner.

Politics
Hemu – Ruler of delhi.
Raje Udaram Deshmukh – Ruler of Mahur, Maharashtra.
Rani Lakshmibai – Ruler of Jhansi.
Pre Independence (British Raj) Peshwas (Appointed as ministers by Maratha Kings)
Baji Rao I – Appointed as minister by Chhatrapati Shahu
Nanasaheb Peshwa
Madhavrao I
Narayanrao Peshwa
Madhavrao II
Baji Rao II
Nana Sahib – Associated with 1857 rebellion Indian national congress
Gopal Krishna Gokhale – Also associated with India’s Independence movement
Lokmanya Tilak – First famous leader of India’s Independence movement
Womesh Chunder Bonnerjee – 1st president of Indian national congress
Governor General
C Rajagopalachari
Speaker (Lok Sabha)
G. V. Mavalankar
M. A. Ayyangar
Manohar Joshi (2002-2004)
Somnath Chatterjee (2004-2009)
Sumitra Mahajan (2014- present)

PhotoNameBornDeathBrahmin Sub-CastIn OfficeNotes
Sri Krishna Sinha 21 October 1887 31 January 1961 Bhumihar Brahmin 9 December 1946 – 31 January 1961 Chief Minister of Bihar
Tanguturi Prakasam 23 August 1872 20 May 1957 Telugu Brahmin Bhagwat Jha Azad 30 April 1946 – 23 March 1947
1 October 1953 – 15 November 1954 Chief Minister of Madras Presidency
Chief Minister of Andhra state
P. V. Narasimha Rao 28 June 1921 23 December 2004 Telugu Brahmin 30 September 1971 – 10 January 1973
21 June 1991 – 16 May 1996 Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh
Prime Minister of India
E. M. S. Namboodiripad 13 June 1909 19 March 1998 Nambudiri Brahmin 5 April 1957 – 31 July 1959
6 March 1967 – 1 November 1969 Chief Minister of Kerala
Ramakrishna Hegde 29 August 1926 12 January 2004 Havyaka Brahmin 10 January 1983 – 10 August 1988 Chief Minister of Karnataka
Jayalalithaa Jayaraman 24 February 1948 Iyengar 24 June 1991 – 12 May 1996
14 May 2001 – 21 September 2001
2 March 2002 – 12 May 2006
16 May 2011 – Present Actor
Current Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu
R. Gundu Rao 8 April 1937 22 August 1993 Halenadu Karnataka Brahmin 12 January 1980 – 6 January 1983 Chief Minister of Karnataka
 
Mamata Banerjee 5 January 1955 Bengali Brahmin 20 May 2011 – Present Chief Minister of West Bengal
Manohar Joshi 2 December 1937 Deshastha Brahmin 14 March 1995 – 31 January 1999 Chief Minister of Maharashtra
Vijay Bahuguna 28 February 1947 Brahmin 13 March 2012 – 31 January 2014 chief Minister of Uttarakhand
Govind Ballabh Pant 10 September 1887 7 March 1961 Brahmin 26 January 1950 – 27 Dec 1954 Chief Minister of Uttar pradesh
Devendra Fadnavis Devendra Fadnavis 22 July 1970 Deshastha Brahmin 31 Oct 2014 – Present Chief Minister of Maharashtra

PhotoNameBornDeathBrahmin Sub-CastIn OfficeNotes
 
Pranab Mukherjee 11 December 1935 Bengali Brahmin 25 June 2012 – Present current president
Varahagiri Venkata Giri 10 August 1894 Telugu Brahmin 23 June 1980 (aged 85) Fourth President of India, Seventh Vice President of India
Ramaswamy Venkataraman 4 December 1910 27 January 2009 Tamil Brahmin 25 July 1987 – 25 July 1992 Eighth President of India, Seventh Vice President of India
 
Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan 5 September 1888 17 April 1975 Telugu Brahmin 13 May 1962 – 13 May 1967
 
Shankar Dayal Sharma 19 August 1918 26 December 1999 GaurBrahmin 25 June 1992 – 25 July 1997 Ninth President of India

Prime Ministers of India

PhotoNameBornDeathBrahmin Sub-CastIn OfficeNotes
 
Atal Bihari Vajpai 25 December 1924 U. P.Brahmin 16 May 1996 – 1 June 1996
19 March 1998 – 19 May 2004
Indira Gandhi * 19 November 1917 31 October 1984 Kashmiri Pandit 24 January 1966 – 24 March 1977
14 January 1980 – 31 October 1884 First Women Prime Minister of the Republic of India
 
Jawaharlal Nehru 14 November 1889 27 May 1964 Kashmiri Pandit 15 August 1947 – 27 May 1964 First Prime Minister of the Republic of India
 
Morarji Desai 29 February 1896 10 April 1995 Anavil Brahmin 24 March 1977 – 28 July 1979 First Non-Congress Prime minister
 
Pamulaparthi Venkata Narasimha Rao 28 June 1921 23 December 2004 Telugu Brahmin 21 June 1991 – 16 May 1996

Note = * – Prime Ministers who were murdered.

LIST OF FAMOUS TELUGU BRAHMINS - 251

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Gurus
• Acharya Nagarjuna - the most important philosopher of Buddhism
• Chinna Jeeyar Swamiji
• Vijayendra Saraswati
• Viswam Yogi Viswamji
• Sadguru Kandukuri Sivananda Murthy
• Kutralam Swamiji
• Sringeri Bharathinanda Swamiji
• Jiddu Krishnamurti - One of the most original and brilliant philosophers of 20th century.
• Sri Ganapati Sachchidananda Swami varu DattaPeetham

Telugu Brahmin Kingdoms
• Satavahana (founders of andhra kingdom)
• Pallava ( Brahmins of Bharadwaja gotra )
• Salankayanas
• Brihatpalayana

Zamindars
• Pennanda Agraharam,Sriragam Nallam Chakravarthi Clan.
• Karivena Agraharam, Controlled by Bhirava Joshla family
• Polavaram. Polavaram was ruled by Koccharlakota family.
• Lakkavaram. Ruled by the Mantripregada family.
• Aska Tripasuri/Tripasuru Family
• Gajjaram Estate and Divi Taluk ( until late 19th century) -Kandregula family
• Chilakaluripeta- Manur Rao/Rajamanuri family
• Sangam Taluk/Warangal Dist - Kotwal family ( until Zamindar system abolished)

Leaders
• Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan (1st vice-president and 2nd president of Inida - 1st receipient of Bharat Ratna)
• Varahagiri Venkatagiri (former president of India)
• Sri P.V.Narasihma Rao(former PM of India)
• Raya Mantri
• Akanna & Madanana (in the court of Tanisha Nawab)
• Mokshagundam Visvesvarayya (1861-1962A.D.) (former Prime Minister of Mysore)
• Andhra-Kesari T.Praksham (former Chief minister)
• Ayyadevara Kaleshwara Rao (First Speaker of A.P. Assembly)
• Kanuri Laxmana Rao(K.L.Rao) parlamentarian and the chief mentor of Nagarjuna Sagar
• Kasinaduni Nageswara Rao (Amrutanjanam )
• Bogaraju Patabisitaramamya (Founder Andhra Bank)

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Politicians
• Maharshi Bulusu sambamurty (Prominent congress leader)
• (Varahagiri Venkata) V V Giri (Former President)
• Tenneti Viswanadham (Freedom Fighter, former law, endowments, and revenue minister)
• Dronamraju Satyanarayana
• P V Ranga Rao (Son of P V Narasimha rao) ( Former Minister ).
• Undavalli Aruna Kumar (Member of Parliament from Rajahmundry)
• Jairam Ramesh (Member of Rajya Sabha)
• Sripada Rao (former speaker of A.P assembly)
• Malldi Vishnu (Chairman, Vijawada Urban development Authority)
• Samudrala Venu Gopalachary(Ex-M.P.)
• D.Sridhar babu (MLA) from Manthani
• Capt.Vodithala Lakshmikantha Rao(MLA) from Huzurabad.
• Dronamraju Srinivas (MLA from Vishakapatnam-2)
• P.V.Rajeshwara Rao (ex MP-secunderabad)
• D V Subba Rao ( EX Mayor Vizag)
• V Rama Rao ( Sikkim Governor) - BJP Leader
• G Rudramaraju Congress
• V Sivaramakrishna Rao ( EX MLA Cuddapa dist)
• Jandyala Shankar - Ex Mayor Vijaywada
• Vodithala Rajeswara Rao - EX-MP
• Karnam Ramchandera Rao - Ex-Minsiter TDP ( Medak Constituency )
• Seetharam Yechuri(CPI(M) Polit Bureau member)

Literature

Classical
• Nannayya
• Tikkana SomayajiTikkana
• Errana or Yerrapragada
• Pottanna
• Srinatha Pandita (Kavisarvabhoma)
• Allasani Peddana Amatya
• Paravastu Chinnaya Suri ( Panchatanatram )
• Narayanabhatta
• Challapilla Venkata Sastry (1870-1950)
• Divakarla Tirupati Sastry (1872-1919)
• Pingali Suranna ( KALAPURNODAYAM )
• Pingali Lakshmikantamu (Literature,

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Panuganti Lakshmi Narasimham ( Creator of Janghala Sastry; SAAKSHI Articles )
• Chilakamarthi Lakshminarasimham
• Balijepalli Lakshmikantam ( Satya Harischandra Play )
• Veturi Prabhakarasastri (1880-1950)
• Rayaprolu Subbarao (writer of "Edesamegina Emdukaalidina")
• Garimella Satyanarayana
• Mallampalli Somasekharasharma (1891-1963)
• Viswanadha Satyanarayana (1895-1976)
• Devulapalli Krishna Sastry
• Sankarambadi Sundaracharya (Poet who wrote MAA TELUGU TALLIKI MALLEPU DANDA)
• Mutnuru Krishna Rao
• Adibhatla Narayana Dasu
• Dasaradhi Krishnamacharylu
• Karunasri (Jandhyala Papaya Sastry )
• Madhunapantula Satyanarayana Sastry
• Diwakarla Venkata Avadhani
 
Modern
• Arudra (Bhagavatula ShankarSatry } (Samagra Andhra Shityam Twameham etc.
• SRI SRI. ( Srirangam SrinivasaRao, Originally Poodipeddi, his father was given in adoption to Srirngam Family) Maha Prasthavanam
• Jallepalli Hanumantha Rao.
• Poodipeddi Sambasiva Rao. Commentary on 'Vemana'
• Ganti Krishnavenamma (1910-96)
• Kavyakantha Ganapathi Muni
• Bulusu Venkateswarlu
• Abburi Varada Rajeswara Rao
• Abburi Chaaya Devi
• Turlapati Kutumba Rao
• Madugula Naga Phani Sharma (Pancha Sahasra Astavadhani)
• Garikapati Narasimha Rao (Maha Sahasra Avadhani), Sahiti Puraskar
• Dr. Dwana Sastry
• Kappagantula Lakshmana Shastry (A renowned sanskrit scholar who verbatim translated Vyasa Mahabharatam into telugu )
• Kappagantula Mallikarjuna Rao (A prolific writer)
• Kappagantula Venkata Krishna Murthy ( International Bridge Player-often referred to as "Master" by his play mates and friends)
• Tirumala Ramachandra ( A great scholar in prakrit litrature and a prolific writer, freedom fighter)
• Mocherla Ramakrishnaiah(A poet,scholar of repute in Sanskrit & Telugu, hailing from Nellore.Amrutha kalasam was one of his many works. Translated Abhignana Sakuntalam of kalidasa into Telugu)
• Bhattam Sri Rama Murthy
• Bhamidipati Rama Gopalam

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Arts
• Tyagaraja (carnatic music)
• Syama Sastry
• Tallapaka Annamacharya (widely known as Pada Kavitha Pithamaha)
• Bhadradri Ramadasu
• Sidhendra Yogi (Father of Kuchipudi dance style)
• Sripada Pinakapani (Sangita Kalanidhi and guru of Voleti Venkateswarlu, Nookala Chinna Satyanarayana, Nedanuri Krishnamurti)
• Tanguturi Suryakumari ( Niece Of Tanguturi Prakasam & first Miss Andhra )
• Emani Sankara Sastry (Veena)
• Devulapalli Krishna Shastri
• Chitti Babu
• Srirangam Gopalratnam
• Nookala China Satyanarayana
• Balantrapu Rajanikata Rao
• Mangalampalli Bala Murali Krishna
• Nedunuri Krishna Murthy (Carnatic Vocalist)
• Garimella Bala Krishna Prasad ( Annamacharya Project )
• Vedavathi Prabhakar
• Vijaylakshmi Sarma
• S.P.Balasubrahmaniam
• S.P.Sailaja
• Suseela(Playback singer)
• Ramakrishna(Playback singer)

Administrators
• General K V Krishna Rao (former governor of Jammu & Kashmir)
• K J Rao (Kommajosyula Jagannatha Rao - Hero of Bihar elections)
• Mohan Kanda ( Former Chief Secretary of AP Govt)
• K S Sarma (CEO PRASAR BARATI)
• S Ramachandra Rao (Ex Advocate Gerneral)
• Justice Y Bhaskar Rao NHRC Chairman( Ex cheif justice of karnataka )
• P G Sastry (Chairman of Environmental Clearance Board)
• Prof.M.V.Ramasarma(Former Vicechancellor of Venkateswara University,Tirupathi)
• Kota Harinarayana(Vice Chancellor Hyderabad Central University)
• K RajaGopal(Vice Chancellor JNTU, Hyderabad)
• P.V.R.K. Prasad (former TTD Executive Officer and Former Chief Secretary of AP Govt)

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Social Reformers/Freedom fighters/Revolutionists
• Kandukuri Veerasalingam
• Gurazada Appa Rao
• Unnava Lakshminarayana
• Unnava Lakshmibai Amma
• Duggirala Gopalakrishnayya (1889-1928)
• Durgabai Deshmukh
• Vara Vara Rao
• Kannabiran
• Rama Krishna (Akkiraju Hara Gopal)
• Adibhatla Kailasam

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Others

• Chukka Ramayya (IIT Guru)

• Jiddu Krishnamurti - one of the most important spiritual philosophers of the 20th century

• Madugula Naga Phani Sharma - Astavadhani.

• Kala Krishna - Renowned Dancer.

• Master John Vonaika & Sri Sri Harsha Jujjavarapu : Indian freedom fighters for an independent Andhra Pradesh; Dual-Degree Students, Wharton School.

• Boorugula Rama Krishna Rao

• Vasiraju Prakasam(Writer)

• P Venugopal (first heart transplation in India)

• V V S Laxman (Cricketer)
• Dokka Sita Ammagaru (Apara Annapurna)
• Prof.Madhunapantula Suryanarayana Murty ( Eminent Applied mathematician) (Prof.M.S.N.Murty)
• Dr. Yellapragada Subba Rao (Miracle Drugs)
• Dr.Ayyagari Sambasiva Rao (Scientist And Founder Electronics Corp Of India Limited)
• Malladi Chandra Shekara Shastri
• Malladi Venkata Krishna Murthy (Novelist)
• Narayanabhatta Seetha Rama Sastry (Harikatha)
• Potturi Venkateswara Rao ( Famous writer and former editor of Andhra Jyothi)
• U.G. Krishnamurti - a well known modern philosopher
• Chaganti Somayajulu (short story writer)
• Kalipatnam Ramarao (Writer)
• Maturi Venkata Subba Rao ( after whom MVSR engineering college is named).
• Maturi Venkata Sridhar (Former ranji Cricketer)
• Viswanadham Sundara Sivarama Sarma (First Chartered Accountant in Andhra, Madras Presidency)
• Venkatakrishna Kunduru ( Advocate)
• Gen K .V Krishna Rao ( ex Governer Jamu-kasmir)
• K L Rao ( Scientist & Ex MP)
• Dr. Kalluri Lakshmipathi Dutt (Animal Husbandry Department)
• Rayaprolu subba Rao
• Callore Subba Rao
• Gazal Srinivas

List of Kashmiri Pandits

Military
Air Chief Marshal S.K. Kaul, former Chief of Air Staff
General TN Raina, former Chief of the Army Staff, (01 Jun 1975 to 31 May 1978)
Activists
Administrators and diplomats
Parmeshwar Narayan Haksar, Principal secretary to Prime minister of India, Policy Maker and Strategist. Indian Ambassador to Nigeria and Austria.
Rameshwar Nath Kao, Intelligence chief and founder of India's Research and Analysis Wing (R&AW)
Triloki Nath Khoshoo, Administrator and environmentalist
Amitabh Mattoo(1962– ), Vice Chancellor, Jammu University, Noted thinker & writer, Padma Shri awardee.
Braj Kumar Nehru (1909–2001), ambassador of India to the United States (1961–1968) and Governor of Assam (1968–1973).
Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit (1900-1990), first woman president of the UN General Assembly
M L Dhar (1948-), Chief News Editor Doordarshan, Thinker and philospher.
Philosophers and historians
Anandavardhana, Philosopher
Kalhana, historian, the author of Rajatarangini
Abhinavagupta, Philosopher
Utpaladeva, wrote a commentary on the book Samhita
Lalleshvari, mystic and poet, 14th century
Bilhana, author of Vikramankadevacharita
Politicians and lawyers
Kashyap Bandhu
Ram Chandra Kak First prime minister of Jammu and Kashmir
Neel Kashkari, U.S. Treasury Department official
Sir Tej Bahadur Sapru,Politician and lawyer.
Saints
Lalleshwari(1320–1392), a Shaivite saint.
Rupa Bhawani mystic poet saint of Kashmir from the Saahib clan of Kashmiri Pandits. The famous Chashme Shahi was built in her memory and consequently named after her.
Lakshman Joo (1907–1991), scholar of Kashmir Shaivism.
Scholars, writers and educationalists
Kailas Nath Kaul - Renowned botanist and agricultural scientist, Padma Bhushan awardee.
Kalhana. Historian, known for his book Rajatarangini based on the history of kashmir.
Braj Kachru – Linguist and author, coined the term World Englishes
Krishna Hutheesing – Indian writer and sister of Jawaharlal Nehru.
Nilkanth Gurtu – Sanskrit and Saiva Scholar
Rahul Pandita, author and journalist
Ravinder Kumar– Historian
Agni Shekhar – writer and political activist
Satish Ganjoo(1956-),writer and historian, worked extensively on Islamic Studies, Central Asian Studies, Foreign Affairs, Afghan Affairs, History and Culture of Kashmir, authored about 12 books and research papers.
Visual and performing artists
Rahul Bhat, TV, Film actor
Suresh Raina, Indian cricketer
Raaj Kumar Bollywood actor
Mani Kaul, Indian film maker
A. K. Hangal, film actor
Omkar Nath Dhar (also known as Jeevan), Indian actor.
Anupam Kher, Indian actor, director, producer.
Bhajan Sopori, Indian instrumentalist awarded with the Padma Shri
Abhay Sopori, Instrumentalist and composer. Son of Bhajan Sopori.
Kiran Kumar,Bollywood actor.Son of Bollywood actor Jeevan.
M. K. Raina, theatre and cinema personality, director and actor
Kunal Khemu, Bollywood actor

List of Goud Saraswat Brahmins

Government and law
Manohar Parrikar, Indian politician & current Defence Minister of India. He is a metallurgical engineering graduate from IIT Bombay
Suresh Prabhu, Indian politician & current Railway Minister of India. He is a Chartered Accountant by profession.
Sir B. N. Rau, jurist (was judge on International Court in the Hague and President of United Nations Security Council. Prepared the original draft of Constitution of India. Also drafted Constitution of Burma (Myanmar) in 1947.)
Justice K. T. Telang (1850-1892) Judge Bombay High Court & Youngest Vice Chancellor of Bombay University. Exceptional legal mind, Educationist, Scholar of Sanskrit
Education & Literature
Purushottam Laxman Deshpande, popularly known as Pu. La. Deshpande, a notable writer and humorist. He was also an accomplished film and stage actor, music composer, harmonium player, singer, and orator.
Rashtrakavi M Govinda Pai, one of the greatest Kannada poets. Was fluent in 25 languages.
Anant Pai (1929-2011), fondly known as Uncle Pai, was an Indian educationalist and a pioneer in Indian comics.
Suryanath U. Kamath (1937-2015), was an Indian historian who served as the Chief Editor of the Karnataka State Gazetteer from 1981 to 1995.
Dr Hari Krishna Kamath, famous Ayurveda teacher from Kerala.
Finance
K. V. Kamath, chief of the New Development Bank of BRICS countries. He has served as Managing Director and CEO of ICICI Bank, India's largest private bank and as the Chairman of Infosys Limited, the second-largest Indian IT services company.

Sports
Sachin Tendulkar, former Indian cricketer and captain. He is the first and only sportsperson to receive the Bharat ratna, india's highest civilian honour.
Dilip Sardesai- Former Indian test Cricketer

Source: Wikipredia.

Name of the Chankya eliminated from the list its because it has been detected he is not belongs to Brahmins race but Brahmins wants to bag his credits making him as Brahmin to promote their race.

Of 89 secretaries in Modi govt, there are just 3 STs, 1 Dalit and no OBCs
Minister Jitendra Singh told Lok Sabha that higher entry age of SC/ST/OBCs meant they retired before their batches came up for central govt secretary posts.

PM Narendra Modi in South Block, New Delhi | ThePrint Photo by Praveen Jain

New Delhi: Only one of the 89 secretaries posted at the Centre belongs to the Scheduled Castes (SC), while three belong to the Scheduled Tribes, latest government data tabled in Parliament shows.

None of the secretaries belong to the Other Backward Classes (OBCs), according to the data compiled by the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions. A majority of the secretaries are from the Indian Administrative Service (IAS).

The representation of SC/ST/OBC officers in central government ministries/departments is lopsided even at the additional secretary, joint secretary and director levels. For instance, of the 93 additional secretaries in central government ministries, just six are SCs and five are STs, while there are no OBCs of this rank either.

Among the 275 joint secretaries, 13 (4.73 per cent) are SCs, nine (3.27 per cent) are STs and 19 belong to the OBC category.

The ministry maintains data for OBC officers from 1993 onwards, when reservations for that category was introduced. Since the Mandal Commission recommendations, the government had made 27.5 per cent reservation mandatory in government jobs for OBCs, 15 per cent for SCs and 7.5 per cent for STs.

ThePrint reached the Department of Personnel and Training for an official comment through telephone calls and e-mails but there was no response.

‘Higher age of entry’

Replying to an unstarred question posed by Trinamool Congress leader Dibyendu Adhikari in the Lok Sabha on 10 July, Jitendra Singh, the Minister of State for Personnel, said many officers belonging to the reserved categories often enter the service at higher ages, so a number of such officers retire from service by the time their batches are considered for empanelment to the post of additional secretary and secretary.

“As a result, their proportionate representation in higher positions in the government of India is comparatively lower. However, from amongst the reserved category officers available for consideration, efforts are made to give them as much representation as is possible,” Singh had said in his reply.

‘Not allowed to reach the top’

However, Udit Raj, a former BJP MP belonging to the Scheduled Castes who once served as an Indian Revenue Service officer, alleged that more often than not, officers belonging to SC/ST category are targeted and not allowed to reach the top.

“Being a former IRS officer who is a Dalit, I can talk from experience. Frivolous complaints are levelled against officers belonging to the SC/ST category and there have been instances when their confidential reports have been spoiled by their bosses,” said Raj, who quit the BJP to join the Congress just before the Lok Sabha elections.

“I had protested against the under-representation of SCs, STs and OBCs in senior bureaucratic positions when I was in the BJP, but nobody is serious about addressing it. I paid the price for raising the issue,” he claimed.

Other reasons offered

A former IAS officer, who served as president of the IAS Association, told ThePrint that the lopsided representation is mainly on account of the fact that reservation does not apply while selecting officers for central deputation.

“Selection of secretary, additional secretary and joint secretary-level officers is made from the pool of officers who are empanelled for that particular post. If there isn’t an adequate number of officers belonging to the SC/ST/OBC categories in the pool, their number is obviously going to be smaller,” said the retired civil servant who did not want to be named.

A serving IAS officer, who belongs to the general category, said: “At times, senior IAS officers do not want to come to the Centre on deputation or the state government does not relieve them, resulting in a lesser number of SC/ST category officers in the upper echelons of government.”

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