Following list is a collection of some Brahmins surnames from different linguistic race. If they were from one race as Brahmins, then they would have one surname and one mother tongue. Having thousands of surnames with different language as their mother tongue proves Brahmanism is nothing but adoption of Vedic certification of “Brahmin” by local or pagan idol worshipers of different linguistic race as organized priesthood for Vedism. Initially may be few so called original Vedic Brahmins those had programmed the Purusha Shukta were less in numbers, but their race has been merged in the idol worshiper certified Brahmins and has been lost their real identity in the amalgamation. Brahmins itself having their subdivisions according to their categories of duties. Surnames are different according to their categories of duties. Same surnames in different linguistic race shows migration of Brahmins from one linguistic race to other linguistic race, and adoption of the surnames due to same professions. Many kings even tried to establish Brahmin governance in their kingdoms so kings were giving land to them in their kingdoms to manage their villages with Vedic caste based systems. Kings were even adopting the Vedism themselves by adopting the position of ruler as Kshatriyas due to popularization of caste based social system by Vedic promoters and to decline themselves to be called as Kings of Shudras; because non Vedic caste based kingdoms were considered as Kingdoms of Atishudras by Vedic scholars. These stupid Kings could not understand adopting the position of Kshatriyas they are making masters to Brahmins. This organized priesthood as Brahmins by Vedic philosophy is the root cause of all evils in India. Though we found thousands of surnames but their population is less than 6 crores. These Brahmins actually living in a psychological disorder for decades. They are living in delusion & deception with egoism of social elite for Vedic certification as Brahmins is a disorder. Where in truth their root profession is worshiping the artistic impressions, clay, metal or stone with an identity shape naming it as deity for decades as delusions and self-deception. They are in truth living in blind beliefs, irrationality, discrimination, paranoia, partial schizophrenia, self-grandiose with different kind of partial psychological disorders for decades and promoting the same to exploit other innocent social natives, claiming the Vedic God worshiper certification adoption as Brahmin caste by Purusha Shukta 10:90. In truth Purusha Shukta 10:90 is not a knowledge it’s either stupidity or hypocrisy. They are still believing clay or metal or stone made shapes or printed artistic impressions are ruling the world; and they are the care takers of those eternal shapes named Hindu deities. If they know its fake and false and used to do all these for their livelihood cheating others to rule their followers mind and to create power of unity to use them, then it’s also a psychological disorder known as sociopathy. All Brahmins are not so fools so most of them knows, their world is a world of deception for their livelihood and racial hegemony it’s the reason why the race of the Brahmins is a race of crooks. The list of surnames proofs thy are organized theopolitical mass of different linguistic race having no single origin those working for Vedic caste based philosophy for racial hegemony of cons. Since Vedic caste system is inhuman and antisocial the promoter of this philosophy is nothing but inhuman & antisocial, therefore they are not the marks of social elite but the marks of the social stigma, stupidity, delusion, deceptions, human right abusers, cheaters, liars, human discriminators, antisocial and so called higher organized Vedic certified priest group as Brahmins and a race of just crooks. Some citizens with surnames of Brahmins are rational, anti-Vedic and anti-castes, those fight against these social evils for social reformations; they are excluded from the condemnation. True reformist not only discard the caste system & Vedic certification as Brahmins but also discard its surname nomenclature.
SURNAMES AND DIVERSIFY LANGUAGE OF BRAHMINS SHOWS THEY ARE NOT FROM SINGLE RACE
Asamemse Brahmins Surnames:
Baruah, Bez Baruah, Bujar Barua, Chandra Barua, Ram Barua, Prasad, Barua, Gobinda Barua, Acharya / Acharjee, Bhattacharya / Bhattacharjee, Bhagavati, Bardalai, Gain, Goswami, Sharma, Siddhanta, Thakur, Pathak, Sarma, Barooah, Chakravarty, Barua, Baruah, Barooah, Baroova, Borooah, Bezborah, Acharya / Acharjee, Bhatta / Bhattacharya, Bhagawati / Bhagwati, Bardoloi / Bordoloi / Bardalai, Bor / Bar – Kotoki / Katakey / Kataki / Pujari / Poojari / Puzari, Bor / Bar – Thakur / Thakore also, very rarely Borethakur/ore, Chakravarti / Chakraborti, Gain / Gayen, Goswami, Khaund / Khaound, Kotoky / Katakey, Pujari / Poojari / Puzari, Phukan / Phookan, Rajkhowa, Sarma / Sarmah / Sharma, Siddhant / Siddhanta, Savapandit, Soud, Thakur / Thakore, Pathak, Rajguru / Razguru, Tamuli (Sarma Tamuli)….
Bengali Brahmins Surnames:
Bhattacharya, Chakraborty, Mukhopadhyay / Mukherjee, Bandyopadhyay / Banerjee, Chattopadhyay / Chatterjee, Gangopadhyay / Ganguly, Ghoshal, Thakur / Tagore, Lahiri, Bhaduri, Sanyal, Maitra, Bagchi, Patitunda, Kanjilal, Roy, Choudhury, Majumdar, Joardar, Acharya, Adhikari, Aich, Bhattacharjee, Debnath, Ghatak, Misra, Nath, Munshi, Pathak, Tewary, Sengupta, Dasgupta, Duttagupta, Gupta, Sensharma, Goswami, Pakrashi …
Bihar/ Mithila / Jharkhand Brahmins Surnames:
Acharya, Mishra, Ojha/ Jha, Thakur, Pathak, Upadhyay, Choudhary, Shandilya, Rajhans, Kashyap, Jajware, Sharma, Chaturvedi, Rājhans, Bhāradwaj, Shāndilya, Kashyap, Parāshar, Pratihast, Jajwāre, Achārya, Kātyāyan, Singh (Brahmins who were also Zamindars and preferred to associate themselves more with Kings than Vipra Brahmins. e.g., Maharaja Kameshwar Singh of Darbhanga Raj, Singhs/Sinha of Banaili raj, etc. But use of this surname is more an exception than a widely accepted phenomenon.), Bājpayee, Chaturvedi, Khān (a small section of Maithil Brahmins (originally from near Saharsa, i.e. from Bangaon and Parari Village of Sahara District, Bihar) who were small Kings or Zamindars by virtue of their unusual combination of strengths, intellect and acumen and were given Royal titles of Khan, KhanBahadur or KhanSahab during Akbar’s reign. In fact it was not in Akbar’s reign that Khan surname was adopted by these Brahmins. Both Bahadur and Khan are in fact Monglian words brought to India and Arab by Genghis (Changez). People (Muslims) started using the Khan surname as an acknowledgement to Genghis (Changez) Khan’s valour and similarly Lal Bahadur was derived from Ulan Batur the capital of Mongolia. So Bahadur and Khan was derived as a surname depicting the valour of Genghis (Changez) Khan. Thus few ruling Brahmins of Mithila adopted the Surname of Khan or Khan Bahadur.), Sharmā …
Nepali Brahmins Surnames:
Acharya, Lamichhane, Rijal, Bastola, Bhurtel, Bhetwal, Gajurel, Chudal, Subedi, …
Uttar Pradesh / Uttarakhand / Other North Indian Brahmins Surnames:
Mishra, Dikshit, Dubey, Dwivedi, Tiwari, Trivedi, Chaubey, Chaturvedi, Pandey, Vajpayee, Bajpai, Pathak, Upadhyay, Ojha, Goswami, Parashara, Tiwari, Nirmal, Pandit, Bharadwaj, Shukla, Agnihotri, Siritiya, Tote, Pujari, Purohit, Nayapaul, …
Kashmiri Pandit Brahmins Surnames:
Kaul, Bhat, Raina, Haksar, Tikoo, Mattoo, Dhar, Kak, Sapru, Sopori, Razdan, Kher, Bachloo, Bakshi, Draboo, Hangloo, Wanchoo, Adalti, Adib, Adkaloo, Agha, Aima, Akhoon, Alaroo, Ambardar, Amin, Aram, Arzbaigi, Atal, Achkan, Atri, Babu, Bachloo, Badam, Badgami, Badhwan, Badyari, Bagh, Bakaya, Bakshi, Bali, Baliya, Balu, Bambroo, Bamtsunt, Bamzai, Band, Bandar, Bangi, Bangroo, Barbooj, Bataphalu, Battiv, Bazari, Bazaz, Beera, Bhan, Bhandari, Bharadwaj, Bhat, Bhujoo, Bindroo, Bishta, Bradi, Bradoo, Braru, Breth, Bula, Buni / Boni, Badshah, Bachroo, Bagati, Bambri, Banihali, Betab, Bindra, Budki, Burza, Butki, Bahaar, Bahadur, Chacha, Chaghat, Chaka, Chakbast, Chakru, Chaku, Challu, Chandra, Chandru, Channa, Charibacha, Chata, Chhatabali, Cheru, Chillum, Chiraagi, Chokan, Choku, Choor, Chotai, Chottu, Choungu, Chrangu, Chroungu, Chowdhary, Daftary, Dandar, Dangar, Dangi, Darabi, Daraz, Darbari, Dass, Dassi, Dattatreya, Dembi, Deva, Dewani, Dhar/ Dar, Dharmarthi, Dhobi / Daub, Dont, Dout, Drabi, Draboo, Dral, Duda, Dullu, Durrani, Duru, Dusaj, Danzi, Diwan, Fehrist, Fotedar, Gadoo, Gadar, Gadroo, Gadva, Gagroo, Galikrapa, Galvan, Gamkhar, Gandnoo, Ganhar, Ganju/ Ganjoo, Garyali, Gadyali, Geru /Giru, Gharoo, Ghasi, Gigoo, Goja, Gosain, Gurkha / Gorkha, Gurtoo, Guru, Guzarwan, Galdar, Ganz, Gogayi, Haash, Haashiya, Hak, Hakachar, Hakeem, Hakhoo / Hukhoo / Hukku, Haksar, Halli, Handoo, Hangal, Hangloo, Hanjura, Hapa, Harkar, Hashiwali, Hastiwal, Hastu, Hazari, Hoon, Harkauli, Indrabi, Ishbari, Jad, Jailkhani, Jalali, Jalla, Jan, Jatoo, Jawansher, Jinsi, Jogi, Jota, Jyotsi, Jadwali, Jatta, Kabadi, Kabu, Kabuli, Kachawa, Kachroo, Kadalbujoo, Kak, Kakroo, Kakapuri, Kalla, Kallawat, Kallu, Kalpush, Kandroo, Kantroo, Kanoongo, Karawani, Karihaloo, Karnel, Karvayoo, Kasab, Kashkari, Kasid, Kath, Kathju, Katwa, Kaul / Koul, Kaula, Kaw, Kemdal, Kemmu, Keni, Kenoo, Khachoo, Khaibri, Khanakatu, Khanmushu, Khar / Kher, Khardoori, Kharoo, Khashoo, Khaumush, Khazanchi, Khoda, Khoru, Khosa, Khudbali, Khushu, Khuyihama, Kichloo, Kichru, Kilam, Kissu, Kitroo, Kochak, Kokhu, Kotha, Kothdar, Kotru, Kotwal, Kraipak, Krakroo, Krandoo, Kranzu, Kral, Krid, Kuchru, Kukil, Kukroo, Kuli, Kunzru, Kuraz, Kurdi, Kyani, Kitloo, Kachar, Kashyap, Khushpanj, Labroo, Ladakhi, Lala, Lahori, Langar, Langoo/ Lange, Lanker, Lattu, Lidhoo, Likhari, Machama, Madan, Mahaldar, Malla, Mam, Mandal, Manduloo, Malik, Manslal, Mantapuri, Mantu, Manwati, Marchawangan, Mattoo, Mattas, Mazari, Mekhzin, Meva, Mich, Mirakhur, Mirza, Miskeen, Misri, Miya , Mogal, Mohnuri, Monga, Mota, Moti, Moza, Muhtasib, Mujoo, Mukhi, Mukka, Mukku, Mukru, Munshi, Musa, Mushraan, Muthu, Makru, Modgil, Masaldan, Mubayi, Naar, Naaz, Nagari, Nakashi, Nakhasi, Nala, Naqib, Nasti, Nazir, Nazuk, Nehru, Neka, Nadir, Nad, Nagoo, Oonth, Ogra, Padar, Padi, Padora, Pahalwan, Pajnu, Pampori, Pandit, Pandita, Panzu, Parikala, Parimoo, Partazi, Pat, Patar, Patto, Patwari, Peer, Peshin, Piala, Poot, Prothi, Punjabi, Puran, Purbi, Qazi, Qandhari ( Kandhar/ Khandhar/ Kandhari/ Khandhari), Rafiz, Raghu, Raina, Rambal, Rangateng, Rangroo, Rayou /Reu, Razdan, Ratiz, Rawal, Renzoo, Revoo, Rishi, Rugoo, Sadana, Sadhu, Safaya, Sahib /Sahibi, Said, Salman, Saproo, Saraf, Sas, Sathoo, Sav, Sazwal, Seru/ Shiroo, Shaal, Shagali, Shah, Shakdhar, Shali, Sharabi, Sharga, Sharma, Shastri, Shayar, Sher, Shingari, Shishoo, Shivpuri, Shoga, Shongu, Shora, Shungloo, Sikh, Sibbu, Sidha, Sipahi, Sopori, Sukhiya, Sultan, Sulu, Sum, Sumbli, Suni, Suri, Suthoo, Sabni, Safapuri, Shahbadi, Sogami, Tailang, Tabardar, Tak, Talib, Talif, Tamini, Taimiri, Tanganoo, Tankha, Tanku, Taploo, Tar, Tariwali, Tava, Teli, Teng, Thakur, Thaltsur, Thaploo, Thathoo, Thela, Thogan, Thas, Thussu, Tiku, Tilwan, Topa, Toshkhani, Tota, Trakroo, Trisal, Tritsha, Tshut, Tsul, Tufchi, Tuli, Tulsi, Tur, Turi, Turki, Tutu, Ugra, Uthu, Upadhyay, Vaishnavi, Vakil, Vangar, Vani, Vantu, Vass, Vesh, Veshan, Vichari, Vishnu, Vokhu, Voonth, Wadhawan, Waguzari, Wakhloo, Wali, Wanchoo, Wangoo, Wangnoo, Wanikhan, Warikoo, Wat, Watal, Waza, Wazir, Wufa, Wuthu, Wasuri, Yacha, Zaboo, Zadoo, Zahaldar, Zaharbad, Zahi, Zalpuri, Zamindar, Zarabi, Zaraboo, Zari, Zaroo, Zijoo, Zithu , Zoroo, Zotan, Zradchob, Zutshi, Zibbu, ……
Odisha Brahmins Surnames:
Samanta, Mishra, Acharya, Satapati, Pati, Upadhyay, Tiwari, Dash, Panda, Bishi, Vedi, Divedi, Trivedi, Chaturvedi, Dash Sharma, Dikshit(Dixit), Debata or Devata, Nath, Sahu, Panigrahi, Rath, Rath Sharma, Sarongi, Joshi, Pattojoshi, Purohit, Pujari, Devasharma, Padhi, Khuntia, Nanda, BhattaMishra, Tripathi, Dwivedi, Udgata orudgātṛ, Hota or Hotṛ, Satapathy, Kar, Bishi, Suara, Mahasuara, Garabadu, Sharma, Nath, Choudhury, Sahu, Dyansamantray, Panigrahi, Guru, Rajguru, Rayguru, Mahapatra, Pani, Mohapatra (some of them), Patra, Sadangi, Pani, Thakur (found mostly in Kalahandi and Sambalpur), Pati, Bahinipati, Sarangi, Gantayat, Behera (found mostly in Kalahandi and Sambalpur), Sar (Found mostly in Hindol, Dhenkanal), Sabat, Swain (some of them), Shukla, Pandaor Pandit, BadaPanda, PujaPanda, Sabata, Nanda, Padhiary, Pathi, Nepak, Devasharma, Otta, Khadenga, Pradhan (some of them) Senapati, Dhar, Guru, Rajguru, Rayguru, Patri, Bahinipati, Thakur, Chaini(found mostly in Kalahandi and Sambalpur), Palo (Pala or Pal in Orissa not Bengal), Nayak, Barpanda, Muni, Praharaj, Pani, Paathi, Gantayat, Suara, Mahasuara, Garabadu, Choudhury, Sahu, Dyansamantray, Nepak, Khadanga, Devasharma, Udgata, Hota, Otta, Bebarta, Chaulia, Bastia, Mallia, Garabadu, Samantray, Boxi, Boxi-patra, Bakshi, Udgata, Singhababu, Singhamahapatra or Sinhamahapatra, Mahanty, Pathak, Dandapath Satapathi, Sannigrahi Hota, Goswami Praharaj, Pyne, Tewary, Nayek, Layek …..
Gujrati Brahmins Surnames:
Bhatta, Upadhyay, Vyasa…
Maharashtrian Brahmins Surnames:
Kulkarni, Deshpande, Fadnavis, Phadnis or Phadnavis, Desai, Patil, Joshi, Bhatta, Shastri, Rao, Sharma, Hedge, Garge, Varne, Shrirame, Padhye…
Karnataka Brahmins Surnames:
Rao, Aithal, Bhat, Adiga Deshpande, Somayaji, Sharma, Shastri, Hebbar, Iyer, Iyengar, Karanth, Bendre,
Subramanian, Sharma, Swami, Swaminathan (well this is more tamil nadu), Srinivasan, Venkatraman,
Tamil Brahmins Surnames:
Iyer / Aiyar, Iyengar, Swaminathan ….
Punjab Brahmins Surnames:
Jaitly, Trikha, Kumoria, Jinghan, Mohla, Joshis, Kurals, Bhanots, Sands, Pathaks, Bharadwajs, Shouries, Bali, Vaid, Chhibber, Datt, Mohan, Lau and Bhimwal, Issar, Markandey (or Markande), Kumaria, Jhingan, Shorey, Punj, Rampal, Modgil, Kapil, Kaushal, Kanav, Lakhanpal, Tejpal, Sehajpal, Bhardwaj, Attri, Devgan, Bhaskar, Mannan, Biala, Agnihotri, Dwivedi, Davesar, Prabhakar……
Telugu Brahmins Surnames:
Sharma, Deekshitulu, Joshyula/ Josyula, Mishrula, Dwibhashyula, Bhagvatula, Shashtrula, Shastry/ Sastri/ Sastry, Upadhyayula, Suarashtrula, Bhattula, Saraswatula, Goda, Bhamidi ,Chelluri, Appajosyula, Vishnubhotla Kandalam, Kandala Nadiuminti, Devarakonda, Nadiminti, Korada, Upadrastha, Cheedella, Mukkavilli, Bikkavilli, Vepa, Instala, Sistla, Sista, Vedula, Rambatla, Rangabatla, Mushinuri, Maddoori, Vadali, Perepa, Sonthi, Dhavala, Bhagavatula, Sreerangam, Gollapalli, Gollapudi, Gullapalli, Challa, Subraveti, Regulagedda, Padullaparti, Bulusu, Kothakota, Vempati, Kompalli, Kundurti, Pasumarti, Dandurti, Chembolu, Pisipati, Paturi, Veluvalapalli, Gudimetla, Pamulaparti, Jayanti, Mukkamala, Mulugu, Munukutla, Burra, Veleti, Voleti, Vogeti, Gandikota, Chanchalam, Inguva, Potanapudi, Kota, Bommerla, Janaswamy, Bhairavabhatla, Akella, Adibhatla, Ayyalasomayajula, Peri, Ayyavari, Dhavala, Aryasomayajula, Viswanadha, Vadlamani, Vedula, Aati, Bontha, Oruganti, Penamakuri, Mannava, Kummamuru, Kalanadhabhatla, Potharaju, Mopidevi, Kasinadhuni, Veluri, Vangala, Vishnu Vajjhula, Koorella, Avadhanula, Somayajula, Murthy, Vangala, Veluri, Vishnuvajjhula, Pannala, Koorella, Avadhanula, Somayajula, Bhairavabhotla, Somina, Mulukutla, Jupudi, Bhaskaram, Varanasi, Mudiganti , Poduri, Karri, Veluturupalli, Nagampalli, Yerramilli , Prayaga, Pakala, Modukuri, Burra, Sitamraju, Chatrathi, Susarla, Taranikanti, Vinjamuri, Avasarala, Gadepalli, Chakravadhanula, Peddada, Tata, Anupindi, Chennubhotla, Kanchibhotla, Nori, Sista, Bellamkonda, Gumma, Vadrevu, Visapragada, Nidasanametla, Avasarala, Avantsa, Parasa, Musunuri, Velidimalla, Vemula, Vutukuru, Takkellapati, Yamujala, Viriyala , Annasamudram , Kalluri , Vedanabhatla, Nidasanametla, Avasarala, Avantsa, Parasa, Musunuri, Velidimalla, Vemula, Vutukuru, Takkellapati, Yamujala, Viriyala , Annasamudram , Kalluri , Vedanabhatla, Turlapati, GundaPantula, Wupadrastha/ Wupradrishta / Upadrastha, Nudurupati, Ravi/Raavi(Vaidiki Velanadu), Vadapalli (Vaidiki Telaganya), Anumula (Vaidiki Telaganya), Chitrapu (Niyogi), Gorugantula (Vaidiki Velanadu), Prabhala, Chebrolu, Devulapalli, Jonnabhotla/Jonnabotla/Jonnabhatla (Vaidiki Telaganya), Sanganabhotla/Sanganabhatla, Neralla, Pulle, Akkinapali, Indraganti, Kappagantula, Kunapuli, Upadhyayala, Kodukula, Vellupuri, Nemani, Aaradhyula, Potlacheruvu, Pratha, Inugurthi, Govada, Dhurjathi, Amencherla, Atmakuru, Indrakanti,Indragani, Mangalampalli, Mylavarapu, Kaasibhatla, Kaasbhatta, Vinjamuri, Dantu, Dhanturthi, Pendyala, Kolachana, Kasivarjula, Vishnuvarjula, Pydimarri, Veluri, Indrakanti, Indraganti, Appala, Cheemalakonda, Vinjamuri, Mylavarapu, Kaasivarjala, Vishnuvarjala, Kolachana, Mangalampalli, Veluri, Dhanthurthi, Dhantu, Pydamirri, Vundavilli, Sanagavarapu, Upaadhyayala, Mahavratayajula, Saripalli, Oruganti, Ganti, Gantimahapatruni, Kasi, Kodukula, Ayyagari, Maruvada, Onteddu, Pappu, Darsi, Rebbapragada, Tallapragada, Manapragada, Tamirisa, Kastoori, Bodapati, Chintalapati, Chintalapudi, Erranki, Karanam, Pamulaparthi, Karri, Kodukula, Ganti, Nemani, Appalla, Sambara, Anipindi, Upadhyayula, Aadiraju, Mantha, Chitella, Kandala, Ammu, Achalla, Saripalli, Karra, Sista, Sistla, Iruku, Rajyam, Rambhatla, Vruddhula, Surabhi, Chelluri, Tummuluri, Nerella, Manepalli, Apiketla, Gannavarapu, Vanamali, Golluru, Vaddi, Nishtala, Yeraguntla, Rudrabhatla, Yadivilli, Pappu, Ganti, Emani, Nidadovulu, Marella, Rachakonda, Burela, Raavi, Poodipedi, Malladi, Bachu, Potapragada, Mullapudi, Durbha, Dharmavaram, Jayanti, Mullakela, Parinam, Sripada, Meduri, Jonnalagadda, Suravajjala, Nidamarthi, Vanam, Gollamudi, Kalangala, Yanamantram, Velpuri, Kompella, Yerramalli, Nidumolu, Palakurthi, Jalamangala, Hejeebu, Philkhana, Panuganti, Nistla, Viswanatha, Aari, Inguliga, Kotapalli, Narahari, Koti, Vidhyaparapu, Kopalli, Mangalagiri, Kapila, Kakulavarapu, Kadapa, Kasturi, Gummididala, Delhi, Vyamajala, Chirukuri, Kondapi, Gundugurthi, Annapragada, Thangirala, Naarambhatla, Lolla, Velamuri, Pullabhotla, Aadibhotla, Vishnubhotl, Thangirala, Lolla, Rangavajjula, Kappagentula, Jayanthi, Prabhala, Sripaada, Jandhyala, Velamuri, Somayajula, Palivela, Satyavolu, Gollapudi, Madiraju, Maranraju, Pingili, Adiraju, Shivaraju, Jamalapuram, Kavturi, Poolla, Somanchi, Galebhe, Angara, Casukhela, Jillella, Kharidehal, Iduri,
Annavarapu, Damerla, Nanduri, Nori, Dronamraju, Adiraju, Basavaraju, Josyula, Rani, Vayuvegula, Kanchinadham , Ganti, Oruganti, Karra, Kodukula, Karri, Chitta Vajjula, Kolluru, Srirangam , Pudipedhi ,Appala, Aradhyula, Nemani, Yellai, Kasi Somayajula, Ayyagari, Mantha, Sembari, Garlapati, Kakkunuri, Gundlapalli, Lakkaraju, Gollakota, Thammera, Gandhasiri, Kanchibhatta, Gannavarapu, Ganti, Gumma, Anivella, Rachakonda, Chivukula, Modali, Chilukuri, Kota, Emani, Nimishakavi, Parakala, Tadinada, Mantripragada, Kondaveeti, Ilapakurthy, Tamma/ Thamma, lingamgunta, Kanduri, Hari, Anipeddi, Mukkapati, Tangirala, Tamirsi, Madduri, Godavari, Samudrala, Kondepudi, Yaddanapudi, Varanasi, Dwivedula, Malladi, Mandavilli, Samudrala, Mahankali, Manchiraju, Akkiraju, Kosaraju, Dronamraju, Sathiraju, Mukkamala, Somanchi, Malladi, Cherukuri, Ghanta, Gadiyaram, Darbha, Srirangam, Paramkusam, Mankala, Manda, Modekurthi, Saripilli, Gumuluri, Pulugurthi, Kuchimanchi, Volimiri, Dusi, Geddam, Pulugurtha, Parimi, Rapaka, Chintalapati, Chilukuri, Addepalli, Ghatti, Tadigadapa, Velamuri, Kocherlakota, Kota, Akella, Achanta, Kambhampati, Vemuri, Mylavarapu, Balijepalli, Lanka, Tanikella, Pammi, Dubagunta, Tanguturi, Revuri, Prekke, Parimi, Viswanatha, Kota, Burra, Kousika, Vedantam, Penumarthi, Chennavajjula, Jampani, Rallapalli, Chivukula, Varahabhatĺa, Maruwada, Saripalli, Ayyalasomayajula, Aryasomayajula, Rambhatla, Kaasibhatla, Peddibhotla, Nittala, Kalinadabhatla, Arka, Yechuri, Peddibhotla, Gade, Chikka, Simhambhatla, Gudimetla, Kolachina, Gollapudi, Polapragada, Neti, Manda, Kavuri, Bhamidipati, Pamidipati, oruganti, Toleti, Bulusu, Yaddanapudi, Gunturu, vedantham, Velamuri, Kuchibhotla, kuchibhatla, Sistla, Yanamandra, Ragampudi, Chinthalapati, Aripirala, Nyayapati, Nandanavanam, Suravarjula, Chittavarjula, Sanivarapu, Rudravarapu, Budhavarapu, Akkaraju, Lakkaraju, Akkiraju, Jarugumalli, Topalle, Kuchibotla, Emani, Mudhigonda, Tumuluri, Darbha, Pasumarti, Madhipatla, Chengalva, Voore, Chintalapati, Vajjah, Velamakanni, Bammidipati, Kovvuri, Jonnalagadda, Divakaruni, Vavilala, Pidugu, Nuti, Maganti, Nandula, Baru, Nadella, Josyabhatla, Ravinutha, Josyula, Chandrabhatla…….
Brahmin Surnames Andhra Maharashtra, Goa Deshastha:
Atmasidha, Abkari, Acharya, Altekar, Ainapure, Airani, Agavekar , Adgoankar, Agnihotri, Anaspure, Adawadkar, Alekar, Ambike, Amin, Ane, Anagare, Annachhatre, Aparajit, Aphale, Apsingekar, Argade, Aranke, Arcot, Arjunwadkar, Aserkar, Ashtekar, Ashtikar, Atale, Atre, Aurangabadkar, Avachat, Ayachit, Babre, Badve, Badave, Bag, Bajikar , Bakore, Ballal, Bangali-Deshpande, Bansod, Banavadikar, Barabote, Barde, Barve, Bavare, Bavikar, Beke, Belapure, Belhe, Belsare, Benare, Betawadkar, Bhadang, Bhadange, Bildikar, Bhagwatwar, Bhalerao, Bhoraskar, Borkar, Bhargav, Bhargave, Berde, Bhawalkar, Bhise, Bhome, Bhonde, Bhopale, Bhosekar, Bidkar, Bidwai, Bhatta, Bobde, Bobade, Bodhni, Bokil, Borate, Borawar, Borgaonkar, Brahme, Buddhiwant, Burange, Burkule, Cavale, Chaporkar, Chande, Chandratre or Chandratrey or Chandratreya, Chandurkar, Chaskar, Chati, Chapalgaonkar, Chaudhari, Chanduri, Chausalkar, Chaware, Chikhalikar, Chitgopekar, Chinchore, Chindhade, Chitrav, Chitnis, Chivate, Chouthai, Chouthai, Chumbhale, Dabade, Dabadge, Dabir, Dabhikar, Dadegaonkar, Dagaonkar, Dahale, Dahigaonkar, Dharangaonkar, Dalal, Dandwate, Dande, Dandge, Dange, Dahanukar, Dahasahasra, Dani, Dane, Danke, Darbhe, Darvekar, Dashputre, Dashputre-Suratkar, Dastane, Davalbhakta, Dawalbhakta, Dayal, Degalurakar, Dehadrai, Dengale, Deo, Deodhar, Deochake, Deolalikar, Deorukhkar/Devrukhkar (erstwhile Tiĺak), Deosthali, Deshmukh, Deshpande, Deshpande-Papalkar, Deshpande, Devdare, Dhanwantari, Dhavse, Dharane, Dharmadhikari, Dharwadkar, Dhavalikar, Dhawlikar, Dhaygude, Dhekne, Dhepe, Dhobley, Dhodapkar, Dhole, Dhotre, Dhongde, Dhondse, Dhulekar, Digde, Dingre, Diwakar (Sabnis), Diwanji, Dixit (दीक्षित), Dole, Dorwat, Dubey, Dudhmande, Dushe, Edki, Ekbote, Ekhande, Erande, Gaat, Gabale, Gadakari, Gade – Earstwhile Dev, Gade, Gadikar, Galgale, Galgali, Gandhe, Ganorkar, Gangathade, Gaopande, Garkhedkar, Garud, Garware, Gavai, Gaydhani, Ghatpande, Ghayal, Gawfale, Ghan, Ghirnikar, Ghirnikar, Gholap, Ghodke, Ghotkar, Ghugari, Ghungarde, Ghushe, Girgaonkar, Giridhar, Godse, Gohad, Gore, Gorhe, Gorwadkar, Gosavi, Goswami, Gowardhan, Gramjoshi, Gumaste, Gudi, Gunthe, Hamine, Hasabnis, Hatekar-Joshi, Hatvalne, Hedgewar, Hinge, Hingane, Hirwe, Hoshing, Hulsurkar, Ingale, Indurkar, Itkikar, Itraj, Jatkar, Jere, Jamkhedkar, Janpandit, Janorkar, Jape, Javalgekar, Javle, Jeurkar, Jinasiwale, Jirankalgikar, Joshi, Jugade, Junnarkar, Jugoolkar, Kalamkar, Kalamb, Kadegaonkar, Kale, Kalvit (Kalwit), Kalwint, Kalele, Kakade, Kamble, Kamtikar (erstwhile Mandke), Kanade, Kanago, Kand, Kandharkar, Kandlikar, Kanhegaonkar, Kanthe, Kapre, Kapde, Karalgikar, Karanjikar, Karhade, Karpate, Karmalkar, Karyakarte, Kasarekar, Kashikar, Kasture, Kaujalgikar, Kavle, Kavathekar, Kavimandan, Kavishwar, Kaviskar, Kenge, Kerhalkar, Keskar, Khajandar, Khaladkar, Khankhoje, Khair, Khot, Khati, Khapre, Khedkar, Khedkar, Khiste, Kemkar, Khinikar, Khire, Khodade, Khole, Khond, Kholkute, Khoche, Khisti, Kinhikar, Kinhekar, Kittur, Kolarkar, Koleshwar, Kolhekar, Kolwadkar, Koranne, Koralkar, Kotasthane, Kothalkar, Kshemakalyani, Ksheersagar, Ksheersagar, Ksheersagar, Kuber, Kudrimoti, Kulkarni, Kalkar, Kumbhojkar, Kurhekar, Labhe, Lahade, Laddu, Lahankar, Lakras, Lale (लाळे), Lasane, Laturkar, Laulkar, Likhite, Lokapur, Lomate, Lotangane, Luley, Mandavgane, Madane, Mahashabde, Mahulikar, Mairal, Mallikar, Malode, Manbhekar, Mande, Mandke, Mandlik, Mandviker, Mashalkar, Mate, Matekar, Maybhate, Mayee, Medhi, Melgiri, Menjoge, Meru, Mhalagi, Mhalas, Mirajgaonkar, Mitragotri, Modgi, Moghe, Mogre, Moharikar, Moharir, Moholkar, Mokashi, Mokashi, Mone (मोने), Morankar, Moro, Motlag, Mushrif, Musalgaonkar, (Vaidya), Murhekar, Mujumdar, Mungale, Mungee, Murar, Nasery, Nargund, Nadgir, Nadgir, Nadpurohit, Nanajkar, Nanilam, Nandedkar, Nandedkar, Nanoti, Navalgund, Nazarbagwale, Nerlekar, Nimbargi, Nimbhorkar, Nirkhe, Nisal, Nivargi, Odhekar, Phadnis, Pachhade (पछाडे), Padalkar, Pade, Pagadi, Pagedar, Pagnis, Paithankar, Paithankar, Paithankar-Joshi, Palkar, Palkhe, Panat, Pande, Panchakshari, Panchpor, Panse, Pandit, Pande, Pandharkar, Pangarkar, Pangaonkar, Pant, Parasnis, Paralkar, Parakhi, Parandekar, Paravekar, Parkhe, Parkhi, Parlikar, Parnaik, Paropkari, Pasarkar, Pathak, Patodekar, Pattarkine, Pattekar, Pattalwar, Pattankar, Pedgaonkar, Peshwe, Petare, Petkar, Pimplikar, Pimple, Pimpalgaonkar[Kulkarni], Pisipati, Pohnerkar, Pol, Polke, Pophale, Potdar, Potnis, Poundarik, Prabhune, Prasade, Pratham, Prayag, Pujar, Pujari, Pund, Punde, Punith, Puntamkar, Puntambekar, Puradupadhye, Purandare, Puranik, Puranik, Purkar, Pujadhikari, Purohit/Vadhyayar/Vadhyar, Rajadnya, Rajankar, Rajurkar, Railkar, Rajpathak, Rajguru, Rajopadhyay, Rakshe, Rasal, Ratanjankar, Ratnaparkhi, Ravetkar, Rayrikar, Rawke, Rekhi, Relkar, Renapurkar, Renavikar, Rishi, Ron, Ronghe, Rotkar, Rotwadkar, Sabde, Sabnis, Sadalgekar, Sagade, Salkade, Samag, Samak, Sambre, Sambhus, Samudra, Sangwai, Sant, Sakalgaonkar, Saraph, Sarnobat, Sarpatwari, Saswadkar, Sastikar, Satalkar, Satbhai, Sevekari, Shaligram, Shamji, Shende, Shiralkar, Shirsikar, Shrivatsa, Shukla, Shukla, Shrotri, Sukalikar, Supnekar, Sutone, Tabib, Tadphale, Tadwalkar, Tagat, Tagare, Tak, Tapaswi, Tayade, Tayde, Tekale, Turki, Udgir, Umarani/Umrani/Umaranikar, Upadhye, Upadhye, Upadhye, Upasani, Utpat, Vadhyayar/Vadhyar, Songirkar, Valunjkar, Vanjape, Varhadpande, Varkhedi, Varudkar, Vatsaraj, Vedpathak, Vighne, Vidyasagar, Viladkar, Visal, Vyas, Vyavahare/Wewhare, Vyawahare/Wewhare, Wakhare, Wanjape, Yadkikar, Yadnik, Yatagiri, Zodgekar, Moharkar, Chinchwadkar……..
Explore yourself Brahmins surnames from other linguistic races and I am sure you will find more and more….