4 edition of Social change among Balijas found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -133) and index.
|Statement||A. Vijaya Kumari and Sepuri Bhaskar.|
|Contributions||Bhaskar, S. 1948-|
|LC Classifications||DS432.B324 V54 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||139 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||139|
|LC Control Number||99931667|
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4 Balija branches. 5 Social titles. 11 Bibliography. 12 Further reading. Variations of the name in use in the medieval era were Balanja, Bananja, Bananju, and Banijiga, with probable cognates Balijiga, Valanjiyar, Balanji, Bananji and Languages: Telugu, Kannada, Tamil.
Vijaya Kumari and Sepuri Bhaskar in their book 'Social Change Among Balijas' recorded (page 3) that the "Balija kings of Madurai and Tanjore claim to be Kshatriyas of Kasyapa gotra, while the Vijayanagar Rais say they are lineal descendents of sage Bharadwaja.
Others trace their ancestry to the Kauravas of the Mahabharata. This book is about the age-old concern with social change, which is one of the most important, challenging, and exciting topics in sociology.
It is concerned with the questions of how society changes, in what direction, and by what forces this change occurs. Using exciting real-life case examples, this book draws attention to the characteristics, processes, and perspectives of social change in. Naidu or Nayudu or Naidoo is a title used by South Indian Telugu communities, such as the Kammas, Telagas, Gollas, Balijas, Kapus, and Velamas.
Notable people. A list of notable people bearing the name Naidu (also spelled Nayudu, Needu, Nayakudu, Nayadu or Naidoo). Munuswamy Naidu, Chief Minister of Madras Presidency; Daggubati Ramanaidu, Telugu film producer.
A. Vijaya Kumari and Sepuri Bhaskar in their book 'Social Change Among Balijas' suggest that the name Balija either comes from a dynasty belonging to King Balichakravarthi (also known as Mahabali) or from the Sankrit 'Bali' (sacrifice) and 'Ja' (born), meaning 'born from sacrifice'.
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Balija Balija is a caste found in the state of Andhra Pradesh,Tamil Nadu and Karnataka and primarily concentrated in the Southern Districts of Andhra Pradesh.
Balija is a Sub Caste of the Kapu or Naidu caste of Andhra Pradesh. This is the only Sub. Sambhaji Bhosale (14 May – 11 March ) was the second ruler of the Maratha was the eldest son of Shivaji, the founder of the Maratha Empire and his first wife was successor of the realm after his father's death, and ruled it for nine years.
Sambhaji's rule was largely shaped by the ongoing wars between the Maratha kingdom and Mughal Empire as well as other Coronation: 20 JulyPanhala, or 16 January. According to Vijaya Kumari and Sepuri Bhaskar In "Social Changes among Balijas" the famous Vijayanagar King Sri Krishna Deva Raya belonged to Kapu caste.) The Kona Kings were Descendants of Haiheya and had Kasyapa as their Gothram found in the Kapu Community.
The book "Symbols of substance, court and state in Nāyaka period Tamilnadu" There are numerous branches, sub-divisions or social groups which make up the larger Balija social group, many of which are divided based on the trade or occupation.
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As per "Gazetteer of the Nellore district:Brought up to " by Government of Madras staff, the Desa section of Balija caste comprises the descendents of the Nayak kings of Madura,Thanjore and : Naidus. According to Vijaya Kumari and Sepuri Bhaskar in their book "Social changes among Balijas", Sree Krishna Deva Raya belonged to Kapu caste.
As per "Gazetteer of the Nellore district:Brought up to " by Government of Madras staff, the Desa section of Balija caste comprises the descendents of the Nayak kings of Madura,Thanjore and Vijayanagar. According to Vijaya Kumari and Sepuri Bhaskar in their book "Social changes among Balijas", the famous king Sreekrishna Devaraya belonged to Kapu caste.
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