With the Information Technology penetrating couple of decades back gradually making technology inevitable in every part of our lives, the demand for IT engineers presumably increased by leaps and bounds making many to opt for the relevant course. Nevertheless, as the saying in Sanskrit “Athi Sarvatra Varjayeth” asserts, anything beyond a logical point results in mess and that is what we are seeing today. An extreme dichotomy exists where a class of engineers are being recruited by top Multi-National Corporations at a range of salaries which their parents have never assumed to have earned in their lives, and a sect of engineers are jobless and roaming ready to take any kind of job. Continue reading
It is not an exaggeration to say education is inseparable from Kammas. For generations, irrespective of their social and financial strength, majority of families from Kamma community gave extreme importance to their children’s education. And this trend became more aggressive after 70s and 80s. Being a forward caste and a victim of reservation system the circumstances forced to opt for professional courses that have helped either to set up own shops or join some private companies. Specifically after 80s ‘engineering’ emerged as most preferred option for higher education.
After the 2 Telugu speaking states Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, it is in Tamilnadu state where Kamma community is predominantly present. Leading matrimony portal for Kamma community www.subhamastu.co endeavours to bring in the fine details of Kammas in Tamilnadu for its readers via this article.
Word ‘Gotra’ is a combination of two Sanskrit words ‘Gau’ (Cow) and ‘Trahi’ (Shed). Cows have a great prominence in Hinduism for ages. Thus Gotra should mean ‘A shed that gives shelter to cows’. Our ancestors took utmost care of cows and treated them so sacred, as well in order to protect the best breeds for future lineage, they have always sheltered them in sheds.
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