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Ezhavathy Brahmins or Kavutheeya Brahmins in Kerala known as Madhwas. Ezhavathy also known as Vadhyayar, Purohit, Vathiar,Sastri etc. They are an Indo-Aryan priests mainly do death rituals, marriage, Yagna etc. They also known as Vathima or Vathi. The original language of the Ezhavathy Brahmins is Tamil, but they also used other languages, notably Malayalam,Sanskrit and Kannada. Ezhavathy brahmins are also related to Shivalli brahmins of Karnataka.
   
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Ezhavathy Brahmins or Kavutheeya Brahmins in Kerala known as Madhwas. Ezhavathy also known as Vadhyayar, Purohit, Vathiar,Sastri etc. They are an Indo-Aryan priests mainly do death rituals, marriage, Yagna etc. They also known as Vathima or Vathi. The original language of the Ezhavathy Brahmins is Tamil, but they also used other languages, notably Malayalam,Sanskrit and Kannada. Ezhavathy brahmins are also related to Shivalli brahmins of Karnataka. Error creating thumbnail: Unable to create destination directory This article needs additional citations for verification. Template:Infobox deity This article is about a Brahmin surname/caste of Kerala, India. For the religious title, see Gossain (disambiguation). Not to be confused with Gaudiya Vaishnavism. Ezhavathy Brahmins File:Raja Ravi Varma - Sankaracharya. jpg <br Languages Tamil, Hindi, Bengali, English, Kannada, Tulu and Malayalam and Sanskrit used for religious purposes Religion Hinduism Divisions based on Veda Rigvedi Samavedi Divisions based on sect Shaivaites Vashnaivites Related ethnic groups Tamil Brahmins, Indo-Aryans, Arya, Indian people
'''Ezhavathy''' (or '''Ezhawathi''', '''Vathi''', '''Vathikurup'''; '''Kavutheeya''', '''Kavuthiyya(n)''', in Malabar) are a sub-caste in Kerala. They are traditionally barbers to the [[Ezhava]] caste, and would not work for any other class, even the [[Nampootiri]] Brahmins,<ref name="Sadasivan2000">{{cite book|author=S. N. Sadasivan|title=A social history of India|url=http://books.google.com/books?id=Be3PCvzf-BYC&pg=PA383|accessdate=26 May 2011|date=October 2000|publisher=APH Publishing|isbn=978-81-7648-170-0|pages=383–}}</ref> and are ranked along with the [[Velakkathala Nayar]] and [[Nassuvan]].<ref name="SinghIndia2002">{{cite book|author1=Kumar Suresh Singh|author2=Anthropological Survey of India|title=People of India|url=http://books.google.com/books?id=xBQwAQAAIAAJ|accessdate=26 May 2011|year=2002|publisher=Anthropological Survey of India|isbn=978-81-85938-99-8|page=1175}} - ''But, at present, in the local social hierarchy their status is low and are placed along with the other barber communities like the Velakkathala Nayar, Ezhavathi and Nassuvan''</ref> The caste also serves as priests to the [[Iluvar]] caste (of which they are a part),<ref name="Commissioner1903">{{cite book|author=India. Census Commissioner|title=Census of India, 1901|url=http://books.google.com/books?id=kTNRAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA168|accessdate=26 May 2011|year=1903|page=168}}</ref> and performed funerary rites for the [[Tiyya]] caste in Kerala.<ref>{{cite journal |journal=Journal of Kerala Studies |volume=11 |publisher=University of Kerala |year=1984 |title=Unknown |author=Unknown |url=http://books.google.com/books?id=EASSAAAAIAAJ&q=%22Kavuthiya%22&dq=%22Kavuthiya%22&source=bl&ots=uu-O-2G3a2&sig=2cUelztiSGigVWDa9zIhhUJDvKI&hl=en&sa=X&ei=DL99UKCnJof50gHG44DgBw&ved=0CDQQ6AEwAQ |page=75 |quotation=One of them is the performance of funeral rites when a Tiyya has passed away. These were invariably performed by members of the Kavuthiya caste.}}</ref>{{full|date=December 2012}}<!-- tagged for article name/author as I am pretty sure this has just been grabbed from a GBooks snippet view & may be out of context--> {{As of|2003}}, Ezhavathy are classified as an [[Other Backward Class]] by the government of Kerala.<ref name="KeralaPSC">{{cite web|url=http://www.keralapsc.org/scstobc.htm#obc|title=LIST OF OTHER BACKWARD CLASSES IN KERALA STATE}}</ref>
 
   
==See also==
 
*[[Mudiyett]]
 
*[[Mohyal]]
 
   
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Deva, Avatar of Vishnu
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