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- the ****yar, also ****yar, ****ya, or ****yas or holeya or cherumar, are one of the main social groups found in kerala , karnataka and in
- the majority of the people were billavas , bunts and holeyas . there were more brahmins (12% of the po****tion) in south kanara than any
- chenna dasar, holaya dasar, holeya dasari , 1950 designated , maharashtra (1950) , dakkal, dokkalwar , 1950 designated , maharashtra
- (jewellers), some of the male-kudiya, the kembatti poleya (holeya ), the maringi, the kapala (of siddi origin), the meda (basket and mat
- paraiyar , pallar , valluvar , mala , madiga , sakkiliar , thottiyar, cheruman and holeya communities and 1 would represent the 'backward tracts'.
- paraiyar , pallar , valluvar , mala , madiga , sakkiliar , thottiyar, cheruman and holeya communities and 1 would represent the 'backward tracts'.
- malas, who were considerable in number, were mostly agricultural workers like holeya s in karnataka . and it has been pointed earlier,
- , pallar , valluvar , mala , madiga , sakkiliar , thottiyar, cheruman and holeya communities, and 1 would represent the 'backward tracts'.
- malekudiyas, poojari, jains , kulal , gowdas , holeya, mera, nalike, parava, madivala, moili, aachari are the original residents of the
- paraiyar , pallar , valluvar , mala , madiga , sakkiliar , thottiyar, cheruman and holeya communities and 1 would represent the 'backward tracts'.