What foreign Historians said about Kammas? Selected Quotes

Kammas, as a rule, are a fine well-built class of cultivators, very proud and exclusive, and have a great aversion to town life. – Rev.J.Cains

Kammas are most industrious and intelligent cultivators, who could beat all rivals out of the field. – H.A.Stuart

Kammas are ‘Ajanubahus’ (Those who have knee-long arms), healthy and vigorous, good-looking, and above all bestowed with loads of self-worth. No one can match them in hard work. Land fears Kammas. – Famous English Historian ‘Thirston’

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Books on Kamma’s History

In the course of world’s evolution, history has a very prominent role as studying and understanding it defines the future. However, as the famous author Dan Brown quoted, historyis always written by the winners and in the process of evolution the winners are never stagnant and changed with every era. When the winners changed every time the existing history was obliterated and new history is created with an objective to elevate their own cause and denigrate others. When we try to understand the history of prime castes in Southern part of India, what we could derive is unlike its counterparts akin to Reddys and Velamas, Kammas didn’t put required effort in chronicling and preserving its history, as well passing the same to its future generations. Zamindari clans of Velamas have got their history penned during British regime and this book had made a valuable contribution to the history of Andhra Pradesh, as well to South India. Correspondingly, Sir C.R.Reddy (Kattamanchi Ramalinga Reddy), who was curious to know the roots of his caste, Reddys, approached the eminent historian of his time Shri Mallampalli Somasekhara Sharama to conduct research and script a book on Reddys. Shri Sharma with utmost devotion organized painstaking research and came out with a book “Reddys Kingdom” after a thorough exploration. Similar kind of efforts cannot be seen in the case of Kammas for the reasons unknown.
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Historic Proverbs on Kammas – Their significance!!

Historic Proverbs on Kammas – Their significance!!

“కమ్మవాడి చేతులు కట్టినా నిలవడు”
“కమ్మవారికి భూమి భయపడుతుంది”
“ఎక్కడ నీరు ఉంటుందో అక్కడ కమ్మవారు ఉంటారు”
“నీటికి నాట్యం నేర్పినవారు కమ్మవారు”

These are some of the proverbs historically being used in the course of Kamma community’s evolution and progression. This article explores the essence behind the emergence of such proverbs and importance of their sustenance over ages.
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Subhamastu – Matrimony Service Exclusive For Kamma’s Around The World

Subhamastu is one of the most established and well known matrimony. “Kamma community is the part of subhamastu that acts as platform to unite people of same community. Kamma’s are one of the most populated communities in southern part of India. They are wide spread in Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Tamil Nadu. They are also known as Naidu’s. Most of the kamma’s own huge amount of land they are into cultivation, later stages Kamma Nayaks formed the bulwark of the Vijayanagara army and were appointed as governors in many areas of Tamil Nadu. They played important and responsible roles in Vijayanagara period and led to the development of the society. During the Golkonda period, the Sayapaneni Nayaks ruled Dupadu region as vassals of the Golkonda sultans.
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Kammas in Other States

There are couple of ancient proverbs that depict the hardworking nature of Kammas and their proficiency in agriculture. One such proverb ‘Even land fears Kammas” (భూమి కూడా కమ్మవారికి భయపడుతుంది) distinctly conveys how this social class, which is basically dependent on agriculture for generations, put land to effective use for deriving optimum output and doing rare experiments.

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