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From the name of the village Bandoghat
combined with upadhaya
Means "holder of four" in Sanskrit, from catus
"all-round" combined with dhurîya
"undertaking a burden". It is most likely a reference to a military leader who controlled four different forces... [more]
Derived from the words Gadh Visa
which means "twenty forts". Gadhavis were responsible for the security of forts.
Refers to a person belonging to the Iyer subcaste of the larger Brahmin caste. The Iyer subcaste is traditionally devoted to the God Vishnu.
Referred to a person who followed the principles of Jainism, a religion practiced in India. Jains are the followers of Lord Mahavira (599-527 BC), who preached the principles of Ahimsao (non-violence).
Means "priest, astrologist, fortune teller".
KAUR Indian (Sikh)
In 1699 the Guru Gobind Singh gave all his Sikh female followers the surname Kaur
and all males Singh
. Kaur means "princess" in Sanskrit. In many instances, it is also used as a middle name with the family name serving as the surname.
KORRAPATI Indian, Telugu
Locational surname, from an area called Korra
. In Telugu the word pati
means "belongs to".
Means "taxman, revenue collector", from the Indian state of Maharashtra.
Derived from a village named Mhasla in Maharashtra, India. It is common among Indian Jews of Maharashtra (Bene-Israel Jews), but also among non-Jews.
Old Sanskrit name originally meaning "mixed, manifold" but later associated with "honorable".
Originally denoted a person from the village of Mullur in Tamil Nadu, India.
In the Indian State of Maharashtra, surnames are derived from the name of town by adding the suffix kar
. Therefore someone called Nagarkar
originally hails from the town of Nagar.
From the name of a province in Pakistan which was in undivided India. The people took the surname of the place as their own.
In Maharashtra and Northern Karnataka states, it means "village chief" or "biggest landowner".
SINGH Indian (Sikh)
In 1699 the Guru Gobind Singh gave all his Sikh male followers the surname Singh
and all females Kaur
. Singh means "lion" in Sanskrit.
From the Sanskrit word tambul
meaning "beetel leaves". These are precious leaves which are used in rituals and worship throughout India. The name was originally given to a person who grew and dealt with the trade of beetel leaves.
Indicated a person from the city of Vemula in the state of Andhra Pradesh, India.