Talacauvery Achar

Family Genealogy
by
Raj Acharya
Raghavendra Achar

June 2010

This book is dedicated to the Talacauvery
Achar family and Goddess Cauveriamma

May Goddess Sri Moola Cauveryamma be ever glorified on earth
and shower her blessings on one and all.

sarve janaa sukhino bhavanthu samastha sanmangalaani bhavanthu
thathasthu

(May all people be healthy; May there be prosperity everywhere)
(So be it)

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..55 Outline Descendant Tree of Venkappayya Putturaya .................................................5 A Brief History of Shivalli Brahmins ......................................................3 Raj Acharya's Family Tree..............................41 Biographical Data ..............................7 Geography.............................................................................................................................................34 Languages ...................16 Talacauvery.........................................................................................................................................................................26 Historical Events..................................................................................................................................1 Foreword..............................................................................................................................................................62 Index ...............................................................................44 Achar Family Phone Book.................................................................................................................21 The Temple..........................................................................................................................................................................................Table of Contents Preface ........................................................................39 Evolution of A Life Style..........................................................................................................4 The Beginning..................................................................................................102 iii ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

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All family members are encouraged to access the website frequently and send updates to the authors of this book.Preface Few years ago. Many pictures of Talacauvery. T. the language Tulu.560 027 Phone 080 223 9777 Raj Acharya 116 Honeycomb Ct Encinitas CA 92024 USA Phone 001 760 436 0681 1 . change. An attempt was made to create this document as accurately as possible. These can be easily corrected. geography and climate of Talacauvery and is part of the website presentation and this book. The website will be maintained by Raj Acharya and his family members for many years to come. 36 Nanjappa Road Shantinagar Bangalore . The resulting data is a tribute to their long hours of hard work and dedication to the Achar Family Genealogy Project. In addition Raj did the research on the family origins. However there may be some errors and some omissions. Raghavendra Achar No. This book is more comprehensive and includes pictures where appropriate and is included in the website. the temple and family members are included in this book. The genealogy data provided by Raghavendra Achar was placed into a family tree database and formatted for presentation in its current form (on the web as well as in this book) by Raj Acharya. http://familytreemaker. his wife Prema and Raghupathi Achar undertook the immense task of collection of the genealogical data. Tulu Brahmins. They also contributed to the biographical descriptions of some of the earlier generation Achar family members. Raghavendra Achar. Changes to the book will be made every few years. add or improve this document please contact in writing either Raj Acharya or Raghavendra Achar at the following addresses. It is requested that all family members who would like to contribute to correct. but the website will be updated often and will have current information.com/users/a/c/h/Raj-Acharya-CA is the website where this up to date information resides.genealogy.

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Geography Talacauvery is in Kodagu (Coorg) district of Karnataka State. It is believed that Mayura Varma. Languages Achars speak Tulu and Kannada. originates at the Talacauvery temple complex. Settled initially in Talacauvery. later in Dakshina Kannada District. rest of India and finally outside India. and its remains are visible near Ramnagar. and as being the capital of Northern Panchala. Ahi Kshetra is a mentioned in the Mahabharata as lying north of the Ganges. Kodagu. brought Brahmins from Ahi Kshetra (or Ahichatra) and put them in-charge of various temples in Tulu Nadu.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy Foreword Family Origin Achar family members have been the Talacauvery Temple Archaks for over nine generations or about 200 years. Kasaragod District. These are fully developed languages of the Dravidian family and are described as Major Dravidian languages.D. around 1780 AD and appointed to be the Archaks at the temple. The Brahmins who first landed in Shivalli in Tulunadu and then spread across 31 villages came to be known as Shivalli Brahmins or Tulu Brahmins. Bangalore. Shivalli Brahmins from Tulunadu were brought here by Lingaraja the First. 3 Cauvery River . the Kadamba King who ruled vast areas of southern and central India in the 4th Century A. It is apparently the Adisadra of Ptolemy.

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Once Venkappayya started performing the daily poojas. The current Achars are the ninth generation from Venkappayya. The area of the district is 4102.Worship to the Deities of the Hindu Religion in the form of prayer. Lingaraja the First was the local ruler of Kodagu district. God commanded L ingaraja to appoint this Brahmin to be the priest at the Cauvery temple. he sent for this Brahmin family.299 as per 1991 census. probably meaning priests from Puttur. The priesthood bestowed by Lingaraja upon Venkappay ya has passed on t hrough many generations to his heirs.Gift from God 5 . bless and avva means mother Kaveri) is supported by the puranic version. As the story goes. a Brahmin named Venkappayya and his two brothers. It is called a land of generals because many young men join the Indian army and a few have distinguished themselves and become generals. which later became Kodavu. km with an estimated population of 4. It sounds almost like a fairy tale. a distance of about 24 miles to meet the king. The British anglicized the name to Coorg. Kodagu in Kannada is derived from the local version Kodavu and the people Kodava. offerings and sacrifices 2 Prasad . that the land of initial settlement was called Krodadesa. It is not known why the descendants of Venkappayya took on the surname of Achar. _____________________________ 1 Pooja . Lingaraja received Venkappay ya and requested him to start daily poojas 1 at the Talacauvery temple. The word Kodava means the people blessed by Godmother Kaveri (Kod means give. The name Kodavu is supposed to have been derived from Kodimalenad meaning higher forest land. Puranic version says. Talacauvery in Kodagu district is the source of the Cauvery River. Although Venkappayya came to Talacauvery with his two brothers. Kodagu is the southwestern district of Karnataka bordering Kerala. he used to take the Prasad 2 often to Lingaraja in Madikeri. This was the beginning of the Achar family of Talacauvery. Achar family members are the priests at the Cauvery temple in Talacauvery. Talacauvery in Kodagu district is a holy place with pilgrims from all over the neighboring states visiting every year. only Venkappayya's descendants are documented here. This Puttur is near Udupi.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy Chapter 1 The Beginning The story of the beginning of the Achar family in Talacauvery starts ten generations or about 220 to 230 years ago. We do not have any information on his brothers or their families. A small temple complex is situated at the source of the river. One night God appeared in Lingaraja's dream and indicated that there was a Brahmin family currently visiting Talacauvery. (See history of Shivalli Brahmins below) The Brahmins here were called Putturayas. After the king arose from his dream. The king's messengers found Venkappayya in Talacauvery and informed him about the king's desire. Venkappayya came from Shivalli Halli (village) of South Canara district.85. Venkappayya Putturaya's descendant s are the Achars. The current generation of Achar priests at the temple is the eighth from Venkappayya. Its maximum length is 96 km (north-south) and breadth 64 km (east-west). It is hereditary as most priesthoods are. and al l male members of the family have the birthright to become priests at the temple. along with their families came to Talacauvery on a pilgrimage.3 sq. The king setup an endowment to pay Venkappayya for his services at the temple. Venkappayya accompanied the king's messengers from Talacauvery to Madikeri.

Changalvas accepted the supremacy of Hoysalas from 14 th to 16 th century. Changalvas were feudatory to both the above dynasties but they were independent till 14 th century since Hoysalas overthrew Cholas in the 12 th century. namely. During the ow the sari knot of Kaveri got turned backwards at Balamuri while she blessed the family members present. who with all the family members presented before Goddess Kaveri owing down at Balamuri (Balumberi) in the early hours of Tula Sankramana. _____________________________ 3 Popular Hinduism mainly consists of three categories of scriptures. Purana and Agama. Vyasa authored the Mahabharata. The Ramayana and the Mahabharata constitute what is known as Itihasa. They are the magnifying glass for the ideas contained in the Vedas. the origin of river Kaveri. 1956. All of them (Kodavas) took the first bath in the river here. In Sanskrit agama means acquisition of knowledge. and the modes of worship. T he eldest son Devakanta was crowned king. These are chronicles and long narratives that popular ize the content of the Vedas by appealing to the reader's imagination. Lingaraja (1775-80) and Virarajendra Wodeyar (1789-1809). Kodava ladies wear their saris in a fashion that looks backwards as compared to the rest of Indian ladies.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy Historical Background Historical inscriptions show that Kodagu was included in the Kingdom of Gangas in the 9 th and 10 th centuries and Cholas in the 11 th century. They deal with such topics as the codes of temple building. Then came the Nayakas who later paved the way to the Haleri Rajas of Kodagu till 1834 except Hyder and Tippu Sultan (1780-89). He settled down with his eleven married sons and each having more than hundred sons. image making. first Chief Commissioner's Province in India to be permitted to have a represent ative body in 1924. Chandravarma the youngest son of King Siddhartha of Matsya country came on pilgrimage to Brahmagiri. C State (1947-56) and a district of Karnataka (previously Mysore State) from November 1 st. In addition to the Mahabhar ata he wrote the eighteen Puranas and the eighteen Upa-Puranas. 6 . Even today. The Agamas are manuals of divine worship. According to purana 3. The prominent rulers were Mudduraja (1633-87). the time of sun's ent ering the sign of Libra. Kodag u was annexed by the British in 1834. Itihasa.

Tuluva Brahmins. The Vedas are the primary source of knowledge for all Brahmin traditions. Deshastha Brahmins. Shivalli Brahmins. shraaddha. but also their respective Brahmanas. but has innumerable names and forms to chant and worship due to our varied perceptions. cultures and languages. The word Brahmana (hereinafter Brahmin) means the God. Konkanastha Brahmins. the Samaveda and the Atharvanaveda). Traditional Brahmin accepts Vedas as apaurusheyam (not man-made).Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy Chapter 2 A Brief History of Shivalli Brahmins The word Brahmin means many things to many people resulting in confusion. Nagar Brahmins. one who has the knowledge of Vedas. Rajapur Saraswat Brahmins. take inspiration from the Vedas. a professor. ritual conception and consummation of the wedding. yoga. Namboothiri Brahmins. recognition of the fact that the means or ways to salvation and realization of the truth are diverse. Shivalli Brahmins are part of the local Brahmin structure called Tuluva Brahimins of Tulu Nadu. a teacher. Vaidiki Brahmins and Vaishnava Brahmins. There are many castes and sub-castes1 in the Indian Brahmin community. a person belonging to Brahmin caste. Kandavara Brahmins. One of the reasons for this confusion is Sanskrit language. Major Brahmin sub castes include Chitpavana Brahmins. _____________________________ 1 http://www. Most of the practicing Brahmins adhere to the principles such as acceptance of the Vedas with reverence. that a Brahmin works for the welfare of the entire society and so on. Khandelwal Brahmins. Kota Brahmins. Many words in Sanskrit have many meanings.html 7 . vegetarianism etc. Thenkalai Iyengars. Karhada Brahmins. naming ceremony. Koteshwara Brahmins. Daily practices of Brahmins include sandhyavandana (prayers to Gayatri and Sun God). However. Sthanika Brahmins. etc. Karade Brahmins. Sanketi Brahmins. the Yajurveda. These Srutis include not only the four Vedas (the Rigveda. first feeding ceremony. one who has the knowledge of God. All of these rituals are very important for a practicing Brahmin. Saraswat Brahmins. The Talacauvery Achar family belongs to the upper caste called Shivalli Brahmins. Hoysala Karnataka Brahmins.vepachedu. a priest. Daivajna Brahmins. ritual baths. All Brahmins and all traditions. Vadagalai Iyengars. Everything in the daily life of a Brahmin is a ritual. Padia Brahmins. cremation rituals. an intellectual. Havyaka Brahmins. Niyogi Brahmins. Smarta Brahmins. a text related to Vedas. God is one. Iyers. Dhima Brahmins. the child's first tonsure. Brahmins also give tremendous importance to purity of body and mind and hence attach importance to ritual baths and cleanliness. but revealed truths and of eternal validity or relevance. prayer to ishtadaiva (personal God). a superior person. Therefore the Vedas are considered Srutis that which have been heard and are t he paramount source of Brahmin traditions and is believed to be divine. Kayastha Brahmins. Saklapuri Brahmins. and so on. Gouda Saraswat Brahmins. special rituals include marriage.org/manasanskriti/Brahmins. Depending upon the context one has to take the meaning of the word. rituals of childbirth. non-violence. one who knows God. upanay ana (the sacred-thread ceremony initiation into vedic learning and ritual). in one way or other.

1936. Parashurama was irate and defeated the Kshatriya and vowed to annihilate the Kshatriya tribes. Poona. Innumerable smaller towns and villages comprise of a green landscape within the mountainous range of the Western Ghats as well as along the coastal Karnataka. Taulava (Dakshina Kannada) and Keral a. Later he repented for his actions and handed ov er the newly reclaimed land to sage Kashyap as penance. It is believed that the document was re-written in its current form sometime in the 15 th century. manufacture of cloth. A large number of epigraphs discovered in that region after Saletore wrote this book may not confirm what he tried to establish earlier. duties of local officials. and historical insight of some families like Hollas. and from B. toddy-tapping. and Mangalore is the commercial center. food etc. He stole their cattle and heckl ed them. dress. a centuries old manuscript. and modes of punishment. Udupi is the religious center of Tulu Nadu. MD2. When Parashurama found no Brahmins in the land. means of communication.north in Kannada Dakshina . Here Tulu language.html Uttara . Ancient Karnataka{History of Tuluva. This includes coastal Uttara 4 Kannada district. The chapter on everyday life depicts many industries like shipbuilding. system of land distribution.htm http://www. amusements.south in Kannada Bhaskar Anand Saletore. all of Dakshina 5 Kannada district and parts of Kasaragod taluk.boloji. Kshatriya Kartaveeryarjuna harrassed Parashurama's father sage Jamadagni and his wife.com/places/0019. 8 . An angered Parashurama immediately stripped the Brahmins of their upper class status.S. The book is a compendium on life and times in Tulu Nadu depicting village organization. Soon after. He created coastal Tulu Nadu by reclaiming land from the sea. But tapping of sources like legends. For historical purposes the regions settled by Brahmins are Haige or Haive (Uttara Kannada). Kakkillaya3 . folklore and tradition for the study of history was again a novel method.com/shiva1. and life in the Budu or manorial house of Tuluva chieftains. The first section deals with the legend of Parashurama. It consists of three distinct sections. hats and umbrellas. a work on Tuluva tradition for the first time. _____________________________ 2 3 4 5 6 http://www.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy The following historical perspective of Tuluva Brahmins was extracted from web publications by Neria Harish Hebbar. judicial administration. Grama Paddhati is the only document that contains the history of Tuluva Brahmins. The Tale of Tuluva Brahmins The Tulu Nadu extends from Gokarna i n the north. and ornaments.kakkilaya. Ballalas and Karanths. mythology. the Brahmins wanted to test the veracity of Parashurama and summoned him without a valid reason. After giving them all the amenities. although additions could have been made in the ensuing centuries. He introduced Grama Paddhati. The origins of Tuluva Brahmins are recorded in the manuscript named Grama Paddhati6 . he is said to have elevated the fishermen class to the upper class of Brahmins. all along coastal Karnataka down to Kasargod in the south. Parashurama went to the Meru Mountains for his meditations but not before promising the new Brahmins to summon him if they needed any help.. one of the five main Dravidian languages of the South. Mayyas. is spoken.

They are Shivalli. both villages in Udupi district. all Shivalli Brahmins are not Vaishnavites. However. and as being the capital of Northern Panchala. A dissenting group of Havikas calledthe Saklapuris settled in the border town of Saklapuri (between Uttara and Dakshina Kannada). it is likely that there were only two settlements in Shivalli and Kota. Havikas are followers of Shankara Matt in Ramachandrapur. _____________________________ 7 gramas .Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy The second section of Grama Paddhati deals with the story of settlement of Tulu Nadu by Brahmins. which explains why these Brahmins speak a variant of Kannada rather than Tulu. They are followers of Shankaracharya and have customs similar to Kota Brahmins. who acquired their name owing to their managerial positions in temples. By virtue of their settlements in various regions. It is apparently the Adisadra of Ptolemy. They follow different sampradayas. thus the other three may have split off from the original two to form their own settlements. Skanda is their family deity. Kota or Kandavara Brahmins. The Kota Brahmins from a village near Udupi did not convert to Vaishnavism. and its remains are visible near Ramnagar. all of who claim to be from Ahicchatra. Both Kandavara and Koteshwara are villages in Kannada speaking Coondapur Taluk. most of them were Shiva worshippers. religious differences may have resulted in schism. and Vaishnava etc. Shivalli Brahmins belonged to Balekuduru Matt. To appease the rioters. On the advice of sages. The Brahmins of Tulu Nadu All the sects of Brahmins in Dakshina and Uttara Kannada fol low different deities as their main idol of worship. This new migration in the 7 th or 8 th century created skirmishes between the new comers and the Brahmins who were already there (Parashurama's Brahmins). Kota. The Tulu Nadu Brahmins settled in different places and developed their own individual characteristics. The Brahmin family usually bore the name of the village in which they lived. Koteshvara. Shivalli and Sthanikas are the only two sects that speak Tulu language. Sixteen families were settled in Haige in Uttara Kannada. thirty-two families in Tulu Nadu and sixty four in Kerala. As an example a Brahmin family from Puttur would bear the family name of Putturaya. The Kadamba king Mayuravarma facilitated this migration. Kandavara and Koteshvara Brahmins speak a variant of Kannada. and remained as bhasmadharis and followers of Smarta Sampradaya. which is an Advaita (Shankara) Matt. They speak the same dialect of Tulu as Shivalli Brahmins. Of these Smarta and Bhagavata Sampradayis perform the Panchayatana puja with Shiva or Vishnu at the center of their altars. Ahichhatra is a city mentioned in the Mahabharata as lying north of the Ganges. The thirty-two villages are named.villages in Kannada 9 . Kandavaras and the Panchagramis. five such groups came to be recognized in the Tulu Nadu. Kota. Kandavara Brahmins remain attached to Balekuduru Matt. Koteshvara Brahmins living in Koteshvara village were also converted by Sri Vadiraja Swami of Sode Matt and were taken as disciples of Vishnu. After Madhva founded the Ashta (eight) Matts in Udupi with its sixteen Upamatts. The Havikas (or Havyakas) settled in Haive in Uttara Kannada and established a communi ty there. Sthanikas are Shaiva Brahmins. like Bhagavata. Later. many Shivalli Brahmins became followers of Vishnu (followers of Sode Matt in Udupi). Grama Paddhati does not differentiate between the Shivalli. Prior to Madhvacharya's Dvaita philosophy took a firm base in Udupi. Smarta. However. Mayuravarma The third section of Grama Paddhati deals with naming the various gramas 7 and districts and the donated land to them and the names of the families settled there. Mayuravarma invited Brahmins to the area from Ahichhatra. despite their presence in Tulu Nadu for many centuries. during abhisheka).

Konkanastha and Sarasvatha Brahmins. Among these. Tradition tells us that there are 360 Brahmin families spread all over Tulu Nadu. impressions made on subt le body (mainly on mind) by rituals and sacrifices. purified. They give a spiritual touch to the important events in the life of the individual from conception to cremation. are relatively recent migrants. members of each Brahmin sub caste consider themselves to be superior to all other castes. migrated to Tulu Nadu from Ratnagiri and Karad in Maharashtra. The ten principal and generally recognized Samskaras are: Garbhadana. Just as gold is mined. The Sarasvathas originally hailed from Punjab and then later migrated to Kashmir. By Sri Swami Sivananda. inclusive of his/her funeral ceremonies and thereafter. Another Marathi immigrant group is called Padia Brahmins. and made in to beautiful ornaments the Samskaras follows similar process of purification as well as instilling good virtues in a person. These include Chitpavana. Of these ten. Chudakarma. The Sarasvathas are further subdivided into Sarasvathas and Gouda-Sarasvathas. East Bihar and Goa. The Samskaras are purification rites which sanctify the life of the Hindu. for the smooth passage of his/her soul to another world. Samskaras are a purificatory process. ten are important. The former are Smartas and the latter converted to Vaishnavism. Jatakarma. only some are now performed. of boyhood. Typical of the ancient caste system in India. Marathi Brahmins. Some are ceremonies. There are fifty-two Samskaras. In Goa they had inhabited 96 villages and hence were called `Shannavatyas' (or Shenvis). among whom both Smartas and Madhvas are to be found. The whole life of the Hindu is thus consecrated and protected from the cradle to the grave. When Goa fell into the hands of Portuguese. They migrated in later centuries by land and sea. Annaprasana. they migrated southward and settled in coastal South India all the way down to Malabar and Travancore. A Divine Life Society Publicatio n 10 . Traditional Rites of Brahminism The Ten Scriptural Samskaras The rites that pertain to the stages of life of man are called Samskaras 8 . Karadi. By virtue of their performances the life of the performer receives a higher sanctity. which may be performed daily or on special occasions. Namakarana. of manhood and of old age and death. Deshasthas. Samskaras cover the entire life of a Hindu from the moment he/she is conceived in the mothers womb till his death. each represent ing a family of a particular line. Pumsavana. Samavartana and Vivaha. Just as the outline of a picture is lighted up slowly with the filling in of many colors. Simantonnayana. They mark the important stages of a man's life. Upanayana. Chitpavana and Karadi Brahmins. Some of the Samskaras pertain to infantile life and early childhood.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy There are number of other Brahmins in current day Tulu Nadu. so also is Brahmanya with scriptural Samskaras. The Konkanas migrated to Tulu Nadu by about 12 th century and have a flourishing community today. of whom there are very few in Dakshina Kannada. There are also 360 Janardhana temples scattered over the region of Tulu Nadu. distinguished by their own different spoken languages and forms of worship. There are the Samskaras of childhood. Even to this day inter-marriage between different sub castes of the Brahmins is not common. who are Advaita followers. Vedic Samskaras are performed for purification as well as protection of the body and mind. _____________________________ 8 All About Hinduism.

vital energy for the formation of a human body. They should study Holy Scriptures. mantras are recited and obl ations are offered to the various deities. The new child is conceived amidst the vibration of Mantras. Good impressions are impressed in the brain-cells of the embryo. He prays for its long life. is the Jatakarma. Jatakarma The next Samskara. The husband prays fervently from the core of hi s heart that a child may be conceived. 11 . they will bring forth a son with mercy and other good virtues. Pumsavana Pumsavana (samskara for having male child) is the second samskara pract iced four months after conceiving a baby for having a male child. The body of the child develops nicely. they should avoid copulation. and feeds it with honey and butter. He utilizes the divine.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy Garbhadana The Garbhadana sanctifies the creative act. When their minds are perturbed or agitated. the ceremony performed immediately after the birth of the child. The above three Samskaras protect the mother and the child. The harmonious vibrations set up by the recitation of Mantras and the performance of the ceremonies help in shaping the body of the child beautifully. The father welcomes his newborn chi ld. Annaprasana The Annaprasana comes i n the sixth month when the child is given solid food for the firsttime. creative. they will bring forth a lustrous son with splendor and efful gence. This protects the mother from evil influences and bestows health on the child. He repeats sacred Mantras during Ritu-Santi ceremony or nuptials. The food-sheath and the vital-sheath of the child are formed. For a real Hindu who is endowed with pure intellect and right understanding. If they think of Surya or Sun God. It is believed that Pumsavana helps one to have healthy and brave offspring. The newborn child is given a name on the tenth. If they have the image of Dhanvantari. If they have the image of Arjuna. eleventh or twelfth day with recitation of Mantras. they will have a chivalrous and wise son. Namakarana Then comes Namakarana or the naming ceremony. If they have the image of Lord Buddha. Simantonnayana The Simantonnayana (for having normal delivery) is performed at the seventh month with recitation of Veda Mantras. Husband and wife should be cheerful and pious when they have intercourse. the sexual union is not for the sake of mere enj oyment. they will get a son who will turn out to be a reputed Ayurvedic doctor. intelligence and well being. or when there is anger or hatred.

12 . twice born. The staff signifies that the student should have complete control over his thoughts. One who practices control over his thoughts. Upanayana in Sanskrit means bringing the pupil to the Guru (Upa means pupil and here Nayana means to bring) for acquiring knowledge and to follow the course. the sixth for a Kshatriya and the eighth for a Vaisya. The body of the child is protected and harmonized by these ceremonies. Sat. words and actions. true birth. It has to be followed with some rules and regulations. Once the disciple has acquired and mastered his knowledge (Adhyayan) four concluding samskara like Mahanamni Vrat. Brahmayagnya. He who wears the thread should have a triple control. word and deed. and one who pract ices Brahmacharya in thought. Mahavrata. word and deed. speech and body-thought. The Karnavedha or ear-boring ceremony is performed in the fifth or the seventh year or at the end of the first year with the Chudakarma. Vishnu and Siva. dreaming and deep sleep. the Upanayana ceremony is performed at the eighth year for a Brahmana. These Samskaras pertain to the child stage of life. UpanishadVrata. words and actions. creation. the tonsure or shaving of the head. The father and the mother gave birth to him from mutual desire. Any hereditary defect that arises from defect of semen and embryo is removed. This is also known by the name Aksharabhyasa. Rajas and Tamas. at tains perfection. Significance of the Sacred Thread and Other Symbols The sacred thread or Yajnopavita consists of three threads knotted together. Alphabet is taught to the child. the Trimurtis Brahma. The initiation makes him a Dvija.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy Chudakarma The Chudakarma. According to Yajnavalkya. the three qualities of Sattva. and etc. Vidyarambha also is another Samskara. The pupil is expected to focus on studies without enjoying any materialistic ecstasy. is performed in the first or third year. During his life in Gurukul (the place/ashram where pupil stays with his Guru) it is customary to perform daily rituals like Sandhya Agni karya. The period is 12 years long. eleventh for a Kshatriya and twelfth for a Vaisya. viz. acquire knowledge and religiously obey and follow his Guru. and Keshant Samskara is to be performed. During the samskara the child pledges to live life in a particular way (as per Gurus instructions) and adhere t o all kinds of hardship without complaining. Chit and Ananda.. preservation and destruction. This is his physical birth. Initiation into Gayatri Mantra is another. Upanayana Upanayana (Thread Ceremony). etc. The holy thread signifies the various triads which exist in the world. the ninth samskara marks the beginning of Gurukul Vrat and Bhramacharya. over his mind. the three states of waking. According to Vedas and Shastras this period of life is meant for acquiring knowledge and is called Adhyayan (means acqui ring knowledge). Manu gives the age at the fifth year for a Brahmana. This samskara is done to purify the soul of the child and it enhances the grasping power and the intellect of the child. He must dedicate himself towards studies.

pleasant-looking. The importance of married life is to be together forever and attain children. Nandi Yajna. a stone is placed in the west of the Vivahagni. the Brahmanas and the Upanishads. which is a part of Vivaha Homa. a small yellow cloth and a girdle of Munja grass. Second one is for physical and moral strength of the couple. He begs Indra for children. indicates a prayer for light in life. The bride sacrifices grains in the fire and prays: May my husband live long. Phala Pooja. Pavana Pooja. They put the first step together to fulfil the basic needs of life (mainly food). A woman should help her husband in times of difficulties. She should not be lazy. Vivaha Vivaha is marriage or entry into the second Asrama. Now he takes up his duties as man and pay s his spiritual debts by sacrifice. Third step signifies wealth. This indicates that the boy has to study the Samhitas. The girdle is wound round thrice. He is now ready to marry and enter the second stage or Grihastha Asrama. energetic and attractive. He returns home and performs the Samavartana. presents his preceptor with a gift and obtains permission to take the formal bath. During marriage ceremony. The Seven Steps (Sapthapadi) implies living together for years. Before a Hindu marriage. The Acharya puts on him a deerskin. The life of the householder begins. Their healthboth physical and mentalshould be good enough to lead a happy life.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy The boy wears a Kaupina. Mangalya Dharane. That is why. which marks the close of his student-career. Lagna Muhurtham. it is the only Samskara for females. the Samavartana. Soon after the seventh 13 . Samavartana Then comes the end of t he student stage. living together forever (sixth) and for equality between them (seventh step). Kashi Yathre. She is the inspirational source behind any success of attained by a male. The student. Marriage bonds a lasting relationship between husband and wife. the life of a householder. They necessarily be of same caste but should not be of Sagothra. The bridegroom also prays for the pleasure of bride. The bridegroom must have good character. The new yellow cloth represents the new body. soft spoken. Wearing of Kaupina indicates that the boy should lead a pure life of perfect celibacy. Sapinda or Sapravaradas. the returning ceremony. having completed the Vedic studies and the Vratas. They walk round the sacred fire hand-in-hand. followed by Pleasure and happi ness (fourth step). Alankara Dana. Santhana or continuing their generation (fifth). Ashirvada and other rituals are considered as Kalpas. young. The Laja Homa. Yellow color is a symbol of spirituality. and Kanyadana are performed. Both husband and wife set out for long-lasting relationship with marriage. May my relations increase While Vivaha is one of the important Samskaras for a male. The bridegroom tells the bride: I take your hand for good fortune. Arathi. Each step symbolise different aspects of a married life. One should not lose his temperaments even in times of distress. by study and by procreating children. She should be educated enough. The Shila (stone) signifies the importance of making strong decisions in life. Gowri Pooja. wife is considered as the better half of any individual. They should have good understanding between them and shed differences of opinion. The deer-skin represents the ascetic life he should lead.

The soul is then given a chance t o explain itself. Since then. This stage indicates the beginning of old age. release from worldly existence. knowingly and unknowingly. he seeks alms from householders and spends his time meditating. takes birth again in some other form. A marriage is not complete without tying a Thali (Mangalasuthra) and Sapthapadi. Vanaprastha means. forest. The Hindus believe in transmigration of the soul: that the soul does not die with the body. A man may take his wife to live with him in the Vanaprastha ashram. the court of Yama. after a while. a demon or even a snake. dwelling) is a person who is living in th e forest as a hermit after partially giving up material desires 14 . Living away from society in the forest. the bride will join her husband's fami ly. The Hindu hell. the soul is reborn in this world in one form or another and the whole process is repeated. it may be born a ki ng.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy step around the Vivahagni in the presence of her brot her. Yama passes judgment and the soul is accordingly sent to heaven or hell. These austerities are treated as penance for the sins committed. He then returns from the forest and a puri fication ceremony initiates him into the Sanyasa ashram. The Last Two Stages Of Life There are two more stages. reads out an account of all the good and the bad deeds commi tted by that soul during its life. bare. as a god. A soul is not always reborn on earth. l ike a void and possessing only one sense and as having lived a purposeless life. Hence. In the sannyasa phase. salvation. Moksha. a man renounces weal th and worldly pleasures. Pravesha Homa will take place at bridegroom's house. When the bridegroom and bride of proper age and difierent lineage (Gothra) get married. where the bride is welcomed into a new family. internal or eternal emancipation. Here Chitragupta. Immediately after death. Instead. He is completely detached from the rest of the world giving up even those family ties allowed in Vanaprastha. and is called a sanyasi. After this. If a soul has done well. According to Ayurveda a man without progeny is regarded to be not well established. If evil and cruel. the duty of a lady is to enlighten her husband's house and their life. as a householder. forest dweller. is not an endless ordeal of misery. Vanaprastha 9 and Sannyasa. with the supreme soul. in which he stays until he is 70 years of age. as in other beliefs. atman. in an effort to achieve salvation (Moksha). _____________________________ 9 A vanaprastha (from Sanskrit vana. his record keeper. After serving its allotted term of punishment. It may reappear in any of the fourteen worlds. the soul is taken to heaven on account of its good deeds. Brahman. after its term there. and prus. After these rituals. it is called Vivaha Samskara. the soul is believed to travel to Yamapuri. Heaven is also not an endless term of bliss. the liberation of the soul from the recurring cycle of birth and deat h. This is followed in order to produce a progeny who will run the family lineage and spread the family tradition. however. The form in which the soul is reborn depends on t he deeds of its previous life. but. he should live simply. It is the spiritual union of the soul. it could be reborn as a j ackal or a donkey. perform sacrifices. with their rites. and prepare t o renounce al l worldly associations.

the most popular. moksha." Pretas are beings whose karma is too good for rebirth in the hells (naraka) and too bad for rebirth as an asura 12 Tarpana is a sacred ritual whereupon the closest relatives make a sacred offering to the Gods so that the departed soul may enter Swarga or heaven 13 Loka (sanskrit) in Hinduism means world. Therefore everyone is exhorted to achieve liberation from this tiresome cycle of birth and death. all one's troubles are attributed to the bad deeds of one's prev ious birth. in the proper time and place and with faith. or place or plane of existence. The part of the Sraaddha performed to help him at this stage is called the Preta Kriya. in which a devotee chooses a 'personal' deity and prays to it with intense love and devotion. This is also the reason why penance or prayashchit is considered so important. Karma yoga (through action). Sraaddha gives satisfaction to the Pitris. as it brings pain and suffering. which ultimately leads to the final destination.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy Birth in any form is considered undesirable. Tapoloka (abode of tapas) and Satyaloka (abode of Truth) 15 . Such a state is acquired only by a very saintly person. Gyana yoga (through knowledge). Traditionally in the Puranas there are seven lokas. _____________________________ 10 In Hinduism and Jainism. to the betterment of society with sincerity and faith. Bhuloka (earth). Janaloka. All sacrifices. a jiva is the immortal essence of a living being. As a result. Performance of Sraaddha and Tarpana 12 relieves the hunger and thirst of the departed soul during its journey to the Pitri Loka13. is not tied to a body or earthly existence in any way. through perfecting oneself in a particular discipline and meditating on it. pilgrimages and acts of charity that one performs are directed towards improving the self in order to be born in a higher form. abode. who has become a perfected soul with no worldly requirements and true knowledge of Brahman. A jiva that is free of maya. the son helps his father to dwell in joy with the Pitris. are known as Sraaddha. by attaining moksha. Sraaddha And Tarpana Sraaddha is the name of the ceremonies performed by relatives to help the Jiva who has cast off his physical body in death. By the offering of the sixteen Sraaddhas. is called atma 11 Preta "Departed one. Their belief in the transmigration of souls makes the Hindus a fatalistic people. Bhuvarloka (air). subject to maya. Svarloka or Svargaloka (heaven). How Sraaddha And Tarpana Benefit The Departed Souls Gifts to deserving Brahmanas for the benefit of the Pitris. A Jiva 10 who has cast off his physical sheath is called a Preta 11. one devotes one's life to good causes. The three paths to moksha are: 1 2 3 Bhakti yoga (through devotion). Maharloka. The son should perform the Sapindikarana rites for his father.

Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy Chapter 3 Geography As an aid to the understanding of the family history. traditions and folklore are essential. climate. The following information in brief is provided to improve the understanding of the Achar family for the reader of this document. Map of India 16 . the river Cauvery. a description of the place called Talacauvery. local languages. geography.

is marked in the map. The location of Talacauvery. The Western Ghats comprise the mountain range that runs along the western coast of India. from the Vindhya-Satpura ranges in the north to the southern tip of India 17 . a map of Karnataka State and a detailed map of the vicinity of Talacauvery are shown in the following pages. Karnataka State is located in southwestern part of India. A map of India. in the eastern side of the Western Ghats1 and flows southeast through Karnataka and Tamilnadu into the Bay of Bengal.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy Landscape The place. Map of Karnataka State _________________________ 1. in the southwestern part of Kodagu district. The Cauvery River originates at Talacauvery. Talacauvery is in Kodagu (Coorg) district of Karnataka State.

The river is also important for its irrigation canal projects. Heavy rainfall during the monsoon season keeps the landscape in a lush tropical green condition all year. Known to devout Hindus as Dakshina Ganga. The wide delta created by the distributaries is called the garden of southern India. Forests covered 63% of the total area of the district in the 1977. Below the dam. the Cauvery is joined by two tributaries. proliferation of dams and reservoirs. It is an alarming trend. the river widens to 900-1. lighted musical fountains and waterfalls. The district was called Coorg. This garden. the area slightly northwest of the merger of Western and Eastern Ghats in South India. Before emptying into the Bay of Bengal south of Cuddalore. Research and Education (CEERA) National Law School of India University. Nearly 73. Cardamom is also harvested from the forests in Kodagu. After passing through a narrow gorge and tumbling 60-80 ft (18-24 m) in the rapids of Chunchankat te. which is the anglicized name for Kodagu. Its entire course is considered holy ground.4%. the Hemavati and Lakshmanatirtha. It was a tiny province (one of the smallest of British India) about 150 miles southwest of Bangalore. The district is famous for its beautiful landscapes of rolling hills and forests 2.000 hectares of forest cover has disappeared due to the expansion of cultivated and settlement areas. At the Krishnaraja Sagara. its flow is interrupted by a number of anicuts or weirs. although their numbers have dwindled over the years. which survive to this day. Tamil Nadu. Kodagu was discovered by the British over 200 years ago and was under direct British rule from 1834 until Indian independence in 1947. Yellappa Reddy for the Cen tre for Environmental Law Education . A. Mismanagement of these forest reserves is already showing a severe impact on the health of the Cauvery river. The forests are partially gone now as a result of population growth and resulting pressure on the environment. N. It rises on Brahmagiri hills in the Western Ghats in Kodagu district of Karnataka state and flows in a southeasterly direction for 475 miles (765 km) through Karnataka and Tamil Nadu states into the Bay of Bengal. Kodagu district is nestled in the blue hills of the Western Ghats.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy Talacauvery is in the mountains. Case Study by Mr. there is a beautiful garden with manicured lawns. _________________________ 2 Deforestation and Its Impact on The Ecosystem. forming a 12-sq-miles (31-sq-km) reservoir. at an annual rate of 1. Hydrological Regime and Bio diversity of The Western Ghats. Corruption is at the root cause of deforestation of Kodagu district. Various British pioneer types made their way through the dense jungle and deep ravines and ridges. There. the area covered is barely 45%. topiary (ornamental gardens). is a sacred river of southern India. Bangalore 18 . named Brindavan Gardens is famous throughout India. Cauvery River Cauvery also spelled as Kaveri. it breaks into a large number of distributaries. On its way it descends the Eastern Ghats in a series of great falls. and dammed for irrigation. Kodagu forests form a major fraction of the Cauvery river catchment area. Many of them stayed on after the independence. The total deforestation is thus 28% in 20 years. it is celebrated for its scenery and sanctity in Tamil literature. Its uppermost course is tortuous with a rocky bed and high banks under luxuriant vegetation. building roads and planting coffee estates. By 1995.200 ft across the Karnataka plateau.

Mercara but it is locally known as Madikeri. It remained a separate province until 1947 being administered by Chief Commissioners. subordinate to the Governor General of the British East India Company. Map of Kodagu District After the end of East India Company rule in 1857 it came under the direct rule of the British Raj. The rainfall is in the range of 100 to 150 inches per year. Kodag u was an independent kingdom under the Lingayath rulers of Ikkeri Dynasty. 19 . mainly during the monsoon mont hs of June through August. The British renamed the district headquarters. During the British rule. has a mild climate and a lot of rainfall. subordinate to the Viceroy. From 1633 t o 1834. ruled it. Mercara was listed as a hi ll station. From 1834 to 1857 a Commissioner. The British compared this district to Scotland and Wales. being hilly with mountains as high as 5000 feet above sea level.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy Kodagu District Kodagu district.

bison. highest). even the summer is pleasant. cardamom est ates and coffee pl antations. and specifically the rainfall that is associated with th is wind. There are four seasons. Harangi and Lakshmanathirtha are the rivers owing east. This is followed by the rainy season from June through the end of September. tiger. Not many trees grow near the houses. black wanderoo. teak plantation or dense mixed jungle. lady fish in rivers are worth mentioning.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy After Indian independence i n 1947. This is the monsoon season with rainfall measured to average about 150 to 200 inches. the place adorns verdant green foliage all year round. Payaswani and Bara Pole are the rivers owing west and Kaveri with tributaries Hemavati. The range has a bulging toward west at Brahmagiri. dominated by the rainy season. maki ng it quite slippery and walking becomes quite treacherous. Tumbe Male. Some time later. Because of the moderate elevation of Talacauvery. _________________________ 3 A monsoon is a periodic wind. Mysore State was renamed as Karnataka State. The main flora in the nearby hills is ferns and plants bearing large bell shaped white flowers. Leaches are also a serious problem during these months. the district remained for some time as a central government administered territory. especially in the Indian Ocean and southern Asia. Tadiandamol (1750 m. High hilltops are generally grassy with valley of dense mixed jungles. The prominent peaks are Pushpagiri. wild boar. Nishani Motte. leopard. The district forms a portion of Western Ghats with the high range running north south along the western side of the district. Because of the heavy rainfall. The rainfall reduces on the eastern slopes. Summer. hornbi ll. Elephant. Low hill ranges are generally under cultivation. Kote Betta. the hottest part of the year is from March through the end of May. Talacauvery Vicinity Soma Male and Brahmagiri (Davasibetta) the birthplace of Lakshmanathirtha River. The tree growth is limited to the canyons where the river or streams flow. and mahseer. On the western slopes of the Ghats the monsoon 3 may bring as much as 300 inches of rain. During winter from November through February it is very cool. 20 . The word is also used to label the season in which this wind blows from the southwest in India and adjacent ar eas that is characterized by very heavy rainfall. starting at Madikeri. During the rainy season moss grows in abundance. deer. During the first reorganization (based entirely on language) of the Indian states in the sixties it was incorporated into Mysore State. Climate The climate in Talacauvery is temperate. peacock in jungles. It could be an ideal place to build a summer resort.

unep-wcmc. A view from the top of Brahma Giri Talacauvery can only be approached from t he easterly direction. This plot of land belongs to the Temple Committee. Bagamandala Hobli. It had only five houses during the nineteen fifties. Each house. _________________________ 1.org/wdbpa/. according to the Register of Tenancy Certificate (RTC) provided by the Revenue Department. The area around Talacauvery is a sanctuary 1 and is designated as such in the United Nations List of National Parks and Protected Areas.91 acre plot under survey no. This means that the Achar family members do not legally own the property on which their houses are built. all occupied by the Achar family members as far back as anyone remembers. http://sea. located due east of the main shrine of Cauvery. At this writing only three of the five original houses remain along with a new one named S hanthi Dhama.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy Chapter 4 Talacauvery Talacauvery. over the years has acquired a name. Karnataka State. 4 of the Cherangala village. 21 . India is located at latitude 12 o 17' N and longitude 75 o 25' E at an elevation of about 4500 feet. Talacauvery is not even a small village. Coorg district. The Achar families most probably do not even own the land on which the houses are built2. No roads lead to Talacauvery in all the other directions. basically associating it with the people living in it or some other special characteristic feature. Apart from the temple plot is the 1. Urbanization and associated problems will never reach this ideal place on earth. 2005 World Database on Protected Areas CD-ROM Release 2. Madikeri Taluk. in which stand the residential and other structures of the priests of the temple. This makes the place quite isolated.

The houses typically have very small windows letting in very little light. Even during the middle of the day it takes some time to get used to the poor lighting inside these houses. The vegetable garden at Hosamane consisted of many terraces. Every morning the cows were milked by the ladies of the house and l et out for grazing. Kanike joins Cauvery and another unseen river called Sujyothi in the Triveni Sangam at Bagamandala. Typically these cows were not very productive but they were the only source of dairy products in Talacauvery. a cowshed and at least one other small building where the lower caste workers from outside Talacauvery would remove husk from the paddy to make rice and perform other menial duties. This house is on the eastern side of Hosamane.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy The summit of Brahma Giri3 is the highest point in Talacauvery. to ease the trek up the mountain. Once every so often. Shreepathi Achar who lived in Kottige has built a new house named Shanthi Dhama. mud floors and Mangalore tile roofs. During part of the year fog rolls in about 3 P. Recently stone steps have been built from the temple to the crest. each family cultivated a large vegetable garden. one of the cows would not return and probably fell as prey to the tigers or coyotes in the forest. During the spring and summer months. there were four houses in Talacauvery and they were aptly named: · · · · Hosamane Melinamane Keliginamane (Tharavadumane) Bangale Later on one more house cal led Kottige was built further south of Bungale. An occasional glass tile on the roof lets in some light upstairs. The mud floors are very smooth and are pol ished black. On a clear afternoon. These houses have some common feat ures. All the houses in Talacauvery are at a level approximately 300 feet below the temple. Brahma Giri3 is also considered sacred and al l able-bodied pilgrims trudge up to the top. On the other side of Brahma Giri is the start of another river called Kanike. which has now been conv erted into a rice field. This used to be a simple marsh. By nightfall the cows would return on their own to the cowshed. small streams or rivers owing west from the Western Ghats into the Arabian Sea can be seen as si lvery ribbons. They are generally small and were built with mud walls. Out of these only 3 houses remain. The temple is approximately 300 feet below the summit of Brahma Giri. A magnificent view of the surroundings is visible from the crest of Brahma Giri. Even the inside walls are black but not as polished as the floors. Each house has a separate bathhouse.M. Because of the high altitude. Both Bungale and Kottige have been razed to the ground due to disuse. Houses at Talacauvery Originally. Irrigation water flowed by gravity from _________________________ 3 Giri . fog is prevalent in Talacauvery for a good fraction of the year.mountain 22 . and provides a natural cooling effect.

The vegetable plants were fertilized with abundant cow manure. when they were in bloom. the new house built by Sripathi Achar. which is serviced by public transportation from Madikeri (Mercara).Shanthi Dhama above . etc. Even the children helped in planting seeds and tending the garden. Another view of the beautiful mountainous terrain of Talacauvery area with Ramanna Achar's house (Hosamane) at the bottom left corner is shown at the left. A number of Achars. This garden had approxi mately 20 to 30 different varieties of rose bushes. Flowers from the gardens were used in the daily poojas at the temple and at home. Even tobacco was grown for use by the adults for chewing and making snuff. These are mainly varieties of southekai. starting with Venkatramana Achar. potatoes.View from temple A picture of Hosamane 4 is shown above. provided a del ightful and fragrant entrance to the house. onions.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy terrace to terrace. These rose bushes. During the season. The children from Talacauvery had to walk down three miles in the morning to attend classes and then go back up the same day _________________________ 4 Hosa in Kannada or Posa in Tulu literally means new and mane means house 23 . a pharmacy and a middle school during the sixties. Raghava Achar and Vittala Achar taught at this school. a bountiful harvest of vegetables is common. a post office. Bagamandala was a small town with few grocery stores. This was the primary purpose for growing flowers. Shanthi Dhama. kumbde. The women also use the flowers as a decoration on their hair. Neighborhood The nearest small town is Bagamandala. Hosa Mane . is seen above Hosamane. Some of the vegetables have a long shelf life and are saved for use during the rainy season. a small clinic with one attending doctor. when it is very difficult to grow anything. the district headquarters. This house had a large rose garden in the front.Ramanna Achar's House (lower right) .

a single lane asphalt road from Madikeri to Bagamandala. During the late seventies. The children named this as the Perale Kadu 5 . The postman used to come to Talacauvery once a week to deliver mail. at Madikeri. the only way to approach Tal acauvery was by a footpath. a majority of which was as wide as a one-lane _________________________ 5 Perale Kadu literally means guava forest in the language Tulu 24 . All pilgrims that visit Talacauvery. electricity finally came to Talacauvery. prior to making the trek to the Cauvery temple Half a mile away from Talacauvery. Triveni Sangama at Bagamandala Path to Talacauvery Prior to the construction of the one lane paved road from Bagamandala to Talacauvery. During those days. This temple is of Kerala style. was extended to Talacauvery and the buses started bringing pilgrims almost daily. In the summer there were many verities of sweet berries growing nearby. This path. the road. first worship at the Bagandeshwara temple. pilgrims had to walk the three miles to Talacauvery. meandering through the forest. Many verities of guava trees grew here. or in Mangalore. In the seventies.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy Any thing else is only available about 24 miles away. there used to be a grove of guava trees. about three miles long. Down the hill a few hundred yards away from the confluence of the three rivers is the Bhagandeswara temple. Only the able bodied devotees made the journey to the temple. They were wild trees and the children from Talacauvery enjoyed the fruit.

was a set of 144 stone steps. since they are not even involved in the maintenance of this path. He was a large man and his weapon was a large mace. 7. The tree was so tall and thin and the oranges were always out of reach. The first one. The next interesting feature was about a mile downhill from Talacauvery. he rode on the back of a specially outfitted elephant to Talacauvery. It was not because the terrain was too steep. who was one of the five Pandava brothers from the great Hindu epic Mahab haratha He is known to represent largeness.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy road. oil and other commodities needed for survival at Talacauvery. Off to the left side of the road (path) was a large stone outcropping. a variety of berries grew along this path. Bhima's. The Bagamandala middle school children were made to wear their best clothes and stand in attention on both sides of the road leading to the town. Talacauvery children who attended school at Bagamandala also used this path. There were some interesting things along this path. He waved at the school children from his fancy car. The local government was not responsible. There was even a lone tall orange tree along this path. a total of six miles a day. The Maharajah (Jaya Chamarajendra Wodeyar) was a very large man probably weighing in excess of 350 pounds. During the summer months. No one knew that raspberries were safe to eat. He was reputed to have over fifty expensive cars at his palace in Mysore. They would walk downhill to school in the morning and come back up aft er school. Some were very sweet but others such as raspberries were not in favor. This rock had a dark cave on one side and none of the children dared to explore this cave for fear of being attacked by imaginary wild animals lurking inside. The Achar family members performed speci al poojas at the temple in his honor. sugar. was not passable by any type of vehicle including bullock carts. Kallu means stone or rock in Tulu or Kannada 25 . During the early fifties. No one knows who and why he or she built these steps. From Bagamandala. about half a mile from Talacauvery. He arrived with his entourage at Bagamandala in his fleet of shiny Rolls-Royce automobiles followed by many government officials. The Achar family children enjoyed many of these wild berries. Some one si mply spent a lot of labor and resources t o build these steps. aptly named Bhimana 6 Kallu 7. _________________________ 6 Bhimana means. the Maharajah of Mysore made a ceremonial visit to the temple. Laborers from Bagamandala carried on their back all essentials such as rice. These steps were about 30 feet wide.

The C.P. 1 Eldams Road. According to the available historical records it is also known that Maharajah Veera Rajendra Wodeyar. after defeating Tippu Sultan. the king of Mysore.R. who was ruling this part of Kodagu.. the copper clad roofs of the Agasteshwara and Maha Ganapathi temples were replaced with ugly red concrete domes.D. published by C. gave some important grants to the temple. Ramaswami Aiyar Foundation. through his chief Melpundi Kunniyarasa. The small granite structure at the Brahma Kundi ke was also replaced by a concrete structure. A stone inscription in this regard is found in the courtyard of Sri Bhagandeshwara temple at Bagamandala. Chennai 600 018.D. Fortunately the current renovation is putting these temples back to the original graceful copper roofing. the king of Kodagu. Sometime during the early eighties. Funded by UNESCO. New Delhi 26 .Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy Chapter 5 The Temple History Around 14th Century A. renovated the temple in 1797 A. Temple renovated during the nineteen eighties (circa 2000) _________________________ 1 Sacred Tanks of South India.P. Environmental Edu cation Centre. King Bhodharupa Bhagawar 1 of North Malabar (in Kerala).

Details The Cauvery Temple (Before renovation) of the building of the Ramanna Achar Near Brahma Kundike (1956) temple are not well known.Composer of Sri Cauvery Suprabhatam") 27 . It consists of a small sacred pond named Brahma Kundi ke of about 3 by 3 feet. Unlike any other Gods in temples. Idols carved in stone elaborately ornamented with brass. The main deity of this temple is Goddess Cauvery represented by the small sacred pond or Brahma Kundike.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy Therefore.N. In contrast to the norm. Sanskritha Sahithya Vidwan. was renovated about 200 years ago with minor changes done in the early eighties. a larger tank of about 30 by 40 feet. a small 4 by 4 by 6 feet high structure next to the small sacred pond. What the temple lacks in grandeur is more than made up by the most beautiful scenic mountainous location.Narayana Achar. this God is from time immemorial. silver or gold represent most other Gods and Goddesses in other Indian temples. a full-edged renovation of the Talacauvery and Bagamandala temple complex is going on and will be completed by the end of 2007. Achar family's involvement with the temple started about the time of the first temple renovation. there is no image or statue of the Goddess Cauvery at this temple. Kodagu .N. and two other larger temple structures housing the usual minor deities. the temple is about 800 years old." Dr. _________________________ 2 "Temples of Kodagu.Vyasa Rao and T. The Brahma Kundike is the main part of the Talacauvery temple complex. Description The temple2 itself is very small and does not have the grandeur of other famous sout h Indian temples. At this writing.Satyamoorthy (Sons of Talacauvery P.T.

_________________________ 3 theertha . The small 2 by 3 by 5 feet high pointed structure and the Brahma Kundike serve as the main Cauvery temple. The Brahma Kundike is the place where the Goddess Cauvery bubbles out every year during the Theerthodbava. The pilgrims or devotees take a dip in this pond to absolve themselves of all their mortal sins and obtain the eternal blessings from Goddess Cauvery. My uncle Dr. the Brahma Kundike renovated during the eighties (Circa 2006) priests at this temple for over two centuries. the priests pour the thee rtha 3 from the Brahma Kundike over the devotees. are the only ones permitted to touch the sacred water in the Brahma Kundike. The g ranite structure (the main temple) in the picture has been reconstructed during the late eighties. only the male members of the Achar family. i. Other devotees that come to the temple are mostly from areas where the river flows.e. Anantha Achar took this photograph around 1955. This is the famous Cauvery Tula Sankramana festival. Further. The Achars. Cauvery is the patron Goddess (Kula Devata) of the Kodavas and they comprise a majority of devotees at the temple. They may also pay the priests for additional pooja services. The reconstructed structure is made of concrete in place of the earlier granite as shown in next page. After they have dipped themselves. from the rest of Karnataka and Tamilnadu. A larger pond (about 30 ft X 40 ft) or tank is immediately next to the Brahma Kundi ke..holy water 28 . after being initiated into the priesthood by the sacred thread ceremony are allowed to touch the sacred water.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy The picture in the above shows Ramanna Achar standing next to the Brahma Kundike. The devotees toss coins and sometimes jewelry into the Brahma Kundike as an offering to the river Goddess.

Rest of the time one has to go down the hill a Top view of the temple after partial renovation (2006) little ways to see the stream. Ramanna Achar near Brahma Kundike (Circa 1954) The other temple structures are an Agasteshwara temple with a rare and ancient Shiva Linga. They are now larger and more elegant. The outflow of water from this tank goes down the hill as the river Cauvery. These temples are above and behind the Brahma Kundike. During the rainy season. Both temples are in a new courtyard as shown.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy Water from this tank flows out to a smaller tank below. Cauvery River is unique because there are not many rivers in India or elsewhere with such a welldefined source. which were replaced by the ugly concrete structures some time during the late eighties. and another temple dedicated to Lord Maha Ganapathi. Fortunately. Pictures of these temples after renovation are shown bel ow. All these tanks have stone steps. A Vasantha mantapa has been constructed in front of the Agasteshwara temple as seen in the photograph below. once again typical of south Indian temples. 29 . These temples used to have elegant copper clad roofs. which is primarily used for washing utensils and other purposes. one can actually see the river owing out of this tank. Talacauvery temple renovation initiated in 2004 has compl eted reconstruction of these temples with the original beautiful copper clad roofing. The Maha Ganapathi temple is seen to the left of the Agasteshwara temple.

30 A.Also known as ficus religiosa is a variety of fig tree that was already known as the Bodhi tree. 2006 Abhisheka . in the presence of devotees and committee members and the prasada pratishte and Kalashodghatane were performed from 6.M. the punarpratishstapana (re-consecration) of the renovated temples of Sri Agastheshwara and Sri Maha Ganapathi were performed at Talacauvery. Tula Sankramana The most important festival at the Cauvery temple is the Tula Sankramana that occurs around the 17 th of October every year. May 20. The Ganahoma was performed at 5. In between the Brahma Kundike and the other two temple structures there is a holy Ashwattha 7 tree where. May 20 of 2006 4 .M.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy Renovated Agasteshwara and Ganapathy Temples (Vasantha Mantapa in front) Renovated 2006 Re-consecration of Temples Amidst chanting of Vedic hymns and pouri ng rain in the early hours of Friday. at the auspicious lagnam. It is the oldest depicted tree in Indian art and literature and it can be said that this is the mythical “World Tree" or the \Tree Of Life" of the Indian subcontinent 30 .20 A. It is a sacred tree to both.50 A.a copper pot filled with water Ashwattha . Vishnu and Maheshwara gave darshan t o sage Agastya.M. The Theerthodbava is an annual occurrence at the Brahma Kundike.A ceremonial bath performed in the worship of a Deity or the coronation of a king Kalasha . foothills of the mighty Brahmagiri Hills in Kodagu. even before Gautama Buddha sat under its branches meditating and achieved enlightenment. according to legend. to 7. Hindus as well as Buddhists. in which the Goddess Cauvery is believed to emerge from the Brahma Kundike in the form of a holy _________________________ 4 5 6 7 The Hindu. the Trimurthis Brahma. The Brahmakalashabhisheka 5 and Jeevakalashabhisheka 6 rituals were performed by a group of 20 archaks. l ed by Neeleshwara Padmanabha T antri.

. The auspicious time moves forward each year by about 6 hours and i s determined by the position of the planets.Thousands of pi lgrims gather at the temple to share their devotion to the Goddess Cauvery and be present at this auspicious time. 8:00 P. The women of the Achar households Brahma Kundike after renovation (2007) laboriously grind all these coconut s and extract oil. Then the priests perform other poojas for the devotees for an additional compensation. The festive mood and the reverence to the Goddess permeate one and all during this event. drinking water. adds many jatra specials to keep the traffic flow _________________________ 8 Panchanga .M. The event occurs at the appointed hour in the Karkataka Lagna heralding Tula Sankramana.M. on the day of Tula Sankramana. presents a great logistics challenge to the local governmental authorities. and ban on sale of liquor in the area. Tula Sankramana Day 2004 is a very auspicious moment . Thousands of devotees witness the grand spectacle every year.Hindu religious calendar 9 Triveni Sangam . which is then used for cooking during the rest of the year.M. known i n local parlance as Cauvery Changrandi. Typically the times are around 8: 00 A. which has a monopoly of the public transportation in the state. The rest is a mystery. arranging for sanitation and hygiene. The gathering of large number of devotees at the temple and in Bagamandala at the Triveni Sangam 9 on this day. 2:00 P. and 2:00 A. Typical Tula Sankramana day arrangements by the local government include deploying of policemen for handl ing the huge crowds during the three-day 'Jathra' or the fair. the Cauvery is reborn here. The priests break the coconuts thus offering it to the Gods.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy spring. The Karnataka State Road Transportation Corporation. The authorities are accustomed to this once a year phenomenon and are adept at handling all the necessary arrangements. Kanike and Sujyothi. in this case Cauvery. The pilgrims bring coconuts and bananas to offer to the Gods. every year.. The Achar priests at the temple consult the Panchanga 8 and determine this auspicious time to the very minute. considered a miracle by the devotees. A large amount of half coconuts pile up at the temple during this festival and becomes the property of the Achar families. The leftover (coconut rind) from the oil extraction process become animal fodder and is fed to the cows.M. medical facility. electricity. They keep one half of the coconut for the Gods and return the other half to the pilgrims as holy prasad. The weather is typically picture perfect during this time of the year at Talacauvery. They all bathe (snaana) at the large pond and have the theertha from the Brahma Kundike sprinkled on them by the priests. improvement of roads. For centuries.Confluence of three rivers. Only the first two rivers actually join here and typical of Hindu tradition a thir d underground river joins to make the place holy 31 . And that's about all anyone knows for sure.

They provide devotional music and many other charitable services such as free food t o the pilgrims. Some Achar family members at Brahma Kundike on Tula Sankramana day 2004 Steady streams of devotees arrive at the temple during this month.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy adequate to handle the extra load of pilgrims. The rest of the year sees far fewer pilgrims and the pace of living at Talacauvery slows down. Many other organizations from the state also participate in the planning to make this event a success every year. 32 . the whole month after the Tula Sankramana (Makara masa) is considered auspicious. In addition.

Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy Tula Sankramana 2004 (Pilgrims mob Brahma Kundike) 33 .

The rituals followed in worship services each day. Thus. the lay. the yoga and mental discipline required for this worship. the government authorities participated in the ceremonies. This rare event orchestrated. It is customary for the government administration of the Talacauvery Temple Complex (Mujrai) to arrange for the agamic 3 event even in the case minor agamic events. In this exceptional case. or holy place. _________________________ 1 archaka . the learned and the press persons sincerely lauded the noble effort and thanked the Achar family. the missing idols of two of the holy shrines of the temple complex. once in a lifetime installation ceremonies.Guardian of fields. the rules for constructing temples and sculpting images. the government authorities approved the installation. Also present were members of the temple committee. The Talacauvery Achar family members and their relatives made the entire arrangement for the reinstallation of these idols. kshetrapalini 2 Goddess Sri Chamundi and of Lord Sri Naga were re-installed.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy Chapter 6 Historical Events Re-installation of Idols The 6 th of May 2001 will forever remain a red-letter day in the history of Sri Moola Cauvery Temple Complex at Talacauvery. At the end of the ceremonial rites. also follow rules laid out in the agamas. lighting in the temple complex etc. the kind of images to be installed. and the rules pertaining to conduct of worship services and festivals. the agamas deal with the philosophy and spiritual knowledge behind the worship of the deity.Worshiper 2 kshetra-palaka (male) or kshetra-palin i (female) . their dimensions. representatives of government departments and a large number of i nvitees from the local area and a few fortunate pilgrims who had come to Talacauvery on that day. the materials from which they are to be made. the government entrusted all responsibility of installation of idols.e. 3 Agamas . which involved re-installation of idols in any of the shrines in the temple complex. 34 . body. It was on this auspicious day. In addition.Elaborate rules have been laid out in the agamas and in the Shilpa Sastras (the science of sculpture) describing the quality requirements of the places where temples are to be built. i. because the Achar family took the lead in the initiation of the process of discovery of the lost idols and defined the proper ceremonial rites to be performed. air circulatio n. This is also a day to remember for the Talacauvery Archak 1 family who has performed priestly duties at the holy place for over two centuries. dignitaries from Kodagu District and members of the press were present.. The Manasara and Shilpasara are some of the works dealing with these rules. The original idols from the open shrines were some how lost sometime about five decades ago. On the final day of the multi-day event. A large number of Talacauvery Achar family members from far off places and their relatives attended the rare. proportions. there were no earlier recorded instances. This day was historic because as far as we know. Every one contributed monetarily and many participated personally during the ceremonies. Therefore. funded and managed by the Achar family at the holiest of the temples created an atmosphere of immense spiritual bliss and evoked a sense of boundl ess joy in the hearts of all the participants.

e. that they must urge the authorities and the government to rectify the deficiencies in an expeditious manner. the ritualistic poojas and homas connected with the re-installation of the idols continued. She also like Saraswati. Sri Neeleshwara Padmanabha T anthry presided over the 3-day agamic ceremony for installation of the idols in the temple complex.. whether again a blessing or creation of some object. five or six decade old photographs of the shrines with the original idols. Simultaneous to the sanctification process.Matan gi thus grants control over all creatures. the Archak family had obtained the required idols. Taking the advice to heart. the family _________________________ 4 prasna (prashna) . However. The next day i. the Archak family's elder members performed special poojas in all the shrines of the temple complex. the Achar family members recommended to the government officials to initiate the process of redressing the deficiencies as soon as possible.Means and methods of utilizing the mantras for one's own good. The Achar family took on this responsibility as a privilege.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy The sequence of events that led to the above historic installation is described briefly below: In 1992. respecting the Achar families familiarity with agamic matters. They also informed the officials that the deficiencies could be corrected by performing agamic rituals with only minor civil works and therefore the government will incur negligible expenses. clearly restated most of the earlier stated deficiencies. desire etc. They released a printed copy of the deficiencies revealed by the prashna for limited circulation. a pilgrim devotee visiting the temple complex (who is believed to have Vak powers5 ). At the special pooja of Goddess Sri Moola Cauveriamma. In fact. whereby the Yogi can curse. He informed the Archaks present. The family also provided to the officials as proof. earned as a reward for the continued devotion and attachment to the temple complex for over two and half centuries. Months earlier to the installation ceremonies. The committee deliberating the urgency of the matter. The Achar family raised all the needed funds from its members and completed the task successfully on the 6 th of May 2001. 6 tantra (thanthra) .Question 5 As a form of Saraswati. Near the end of year 1999. the Kodagu Temple Fund Management Committee headed by Deputy Commissioner had arranged a Prashna 4 for finding the sanctity related deficiencies associated with the Talacauvery and Bagamandala temple complexes. two or three successive committees which took office thereafter under the administrative arrangements of the government could not apprehend the significance of the sanctity related deficiencies and the need to rectify the same. grants Vak. 5 th May 2001. The Archak family warmly welcomed the revered Tanthry and his team of agamic priests 6 on their arrival at Talacauvery.siddhi or Mystic Power of Speech. bless or whatever he says will manifest. Soon after the welcoming ceremonies. the Tanthry and his staff began the ritual of agamic sanctification of the sites of the shrines and the new idols on 4 th of May 2001. special poojas were performed in the family's first ancestral home (presently owned and occupied by Sri Krishnamoorthy Achar and his brothers). they always addressed pilgrim facility improvements rather than the sanctity related deficiencies for almost a decade. Relating to tantra 35 . tantric (thaanthrik). that in the primary interest of the Achar family and also the pilgrims visiting the temple day after day. the spouse of Brahma or Prajapati (Lord of Creatures) . Preparations began with great enthusiasm and full devotion to the cause. thought it fit to entrust the full responsibility of arranging the installation of the idols to the Talacauvery Achar family.

The installation of the idols was to be done at the auspicious time of 11:02 A. _________________________ 7 Muhoortha . beating of drums.Auspicious time chosen by the priests after consulting the Panchanga and the position of the planets 36 . Early morning as if it were a miracle. This replaced the embellishment missing from the complement of adornments (revealed by Prashna and Vak) hel d by the authorities. Upon hearing these sounds t he family members.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy offered a pair of chamaras to the Goddess. This weather pattern started previous evening would have been a detriment for performing the ceremonies as planned. the clanging of cymbals and the ringing of bells. The activities of this final day started early for the Tanthry team.M. bright and delightful morning in and around the holy site. The weather for the rest of the day was exceptional. the Achar family Achar Family at The Temple members and relatives gathered at the ancestral homes in Talacauvery. (Muhoortha 7 on the 6th of May 2001. or God's response to all the prayers. The agamic rituals started before dawn accompani ed by blowing of horns (kahale). which was not conducive to the trip up the mountain to the temple complex. the rain stopped and the sky cleared. all could see was a fresh. young and old got ready to go to the temple. Soon. But they were greeted by a thick layer of fog accompanied by heavy drizzle.

11 vedic (Vedhik). Following the installation. Under such cases it can be assumed that the deceased may not have reached ultimate peace. The participants listened to the chanting of Vedas 10 by a group of Vedics11 . accident. suicide etc.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy Arriving at the temple. Higher station in their after-life after death (sadhgathi 1 ) may have eluded them. Ultimate Peace Ceremonies Unnatural deaths of some family members caused by illness. In fact. welfare and future prosperity.Devotional song(s) to God. The plan was discussed in detail during the reinstallation ceremoni es.Any of the six principal systems of ancient Indian philosophy. the temple committee members and the dignitaries heaped praise on the Achar family. It is believed that the effectiveness of these rituals increase as the collective participation of family members increase. Sama-Veda. temple committee members.Good path. Many came from far away places. Entire body of ancient sacred revelations of truth. This caused slight dismay to the pilgrims taking a ritual bath in the tank at that time. This get together was unprecedented and was an enjoyable occasion for one and all. government dignitaries and members of the press. 13 prasadha (prasaadha). Tradition has it that on such i mportant occasions. the family members joined the special invitees. _________________________ 8 snaana . Every one who attended carried away the joyful memories of the gathering. This was followed by a breakfast and an informal get together in the temple complex's new communi ty hall. many were meeting each other for the first time or after many years. This course of action includes special dedicated rituals to be performed by the family members. Yajur-Veda. the Tanthry and his team performed special poojas. As the appointed time for the installation of the idols approached. liberation 37 . In fact prashna astrologers had indicated this ceremony to be mandatory for the Achar families health. this did happen and many participants affirm the same having observed a snake in the holy tank twice on 5th May 2001. all Achar family members and relatives had their customary ablution (snaana 8) in the sacred tank and a darshana 9 of all the shrines. insight or vision of truth 10 Vedas (Vedas). All participants witnessed the installation ceremonies performed simultaneously by the Tanthry and his team of priests with great joy and devotion.Bath 9 darsana (dharshana) . chief among which are four books: the Rig-Veda. a snake would be sighted to display the pleasure of the Gods. Others participated in bhajans 12. Later that day.Consecrated food 14 sadhgathi . After prasadam 13 was distributed. are common in the life of many families. every one participated in a mass feeding arranged by the Achar family. community singing of spirituals. and Atharvana-Veda. Hindu religion prescribes a course of action by the surviving family members for praying for the ultimate peace of all the deceased and in particular for enabling such of the ancestors (pitrus16) to reach sadgathi.. in a meeting presided over by the Tanthry. The performance of these rituals was discussed prior to the re-installation of the idols ceremonies.Of or pertaining to the Vedas 12 bhajan .

A large number of family members from far and wide participated in these ceremonies and made it a resounding success. The ceremonies were well attended by the Achar family members and invited Brahmins. learned in agamic rituals. 38 .Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy The Achar family members implemented this plan by performing three day rituals at Talacauvery on Feb 2-4. Competent priests. performed these rituals. The first ancestral Achar family house (Tharavadu house) also called Kelaginamane was chosen for these ceremonies. 2002.

Telugu. K Padmanabha Kekunnaya2 . Kannada. Kannada and English.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy Chapter 7 Languages The Coorgies or Kodavas. Padmanabha Kekunnaya 3 Caldwell. Caldwell 3 brought out his monument al work called A Comparative Grammar of the Dravidian or South Indian Family of Languages In this prestigious work he justifies that notwithstanding its want of a literature. 651 pages (Reprinted December 31. The contacts with the other Brahmin families in and around Dakshina Kannada district are maintained through the traditional arranged marriages and many religious functions to this day. They are mainly five in number: Tamil. In ancient times this region was called Tulunaadu (the Tulu country) and the people whose mother tongue is Tulu are called the Tuluvas. Tulu and Malayalam. Both Kodagu and Tulu are oral languages only. Tulu is a language spoken i n the area situated on the West Coast extending from the northern part of the undivided Dakshina Kannada di strict (now this part belongs to the Udupi District) of Karnataka state up to the Kasaragod District (on the northern part) of the Kerala State. The language Tulu came from their roots in Dakshina Kannada district. These five major Dravidian languages together are called as Pancha Dravida Bhashegalu. ISBN: 8120601173 39 . as the local peoples are called. It is an amazing fact that the Achars have maintained the language traditions for all these generations. They generally speak Tulu at home. and is used for all business transactions. Tulu language belongs to the Dravidian group of languages that are spoken mai nly in South India. Tulu is one of the most highly developed languages of the Dravidian family. The coffee and cardamom plantations (the primary agriculture in Coorg) import seasonal labor from South Canara (Dakshina Kannada) district and northern Kerala state. It was this appraisal that _________________________ 1 Malayalam is the major language of Kerala state 2 http://www. One particular group of Brahmins (Shivalli) in Dakshina Kannada speaks Tulu. R. Among a couple of dozens of Dravidian languages a few have evolved into major ones and have produced i nnumerable literary works for the last two thousand years. Kannada is the language used in schools from primary through high school. Linguists enumerate about 24 Dravidian languages spread mainly in South India and some parts of North India and in a few areas of Pakistan. Unfortunately the significance of the Tulu language was not recognized until Rev. Kannada l anguage (both oral and written) is used in schools and commerce. These works can stand on par with other literary works of the world both in quality and quantity.com/tulu. These laborers also speak Tulu and/or Malayalam1 . The Tulu Language and Tulu script sections were excerpted from publications of Dr. 1998) Asian Educational Services.yakshagana. speak a language called Kodagu. Such developed languages of the Dravidian family are called as major Dravidian languages. K. The Tulu Language The Achar family members are fluent in Tulu.htm The Tulu Language by Dr. All these languages are classified as part of the southern Dravidian languages. India.

The Tulu inscriptions and the ancient literary works in Tulu that are available now were all written down in this script. who are well versed in Tulu and Malayalam language and literature. When they went to Kerala for performing poojas in temples they took this script and used it to write everything. The Tulu Script Tulu. hold the opinion that Tulu script never existed and the so called Tulu script is not Tulu one but Malayalam script. the present Malayalam script is nothing but the modified Tulu script. Unfortunately. At present. and tra translated as deliverance 40 . About 2. it is very clearly proven by scholars.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy opened the eyes of the linguists toward Tulu and made them to give due respect and recognition to it as one of the important and developed Dravidian languages. The Kannada script ably occupied the place of the Tulu script by the first half of the 19 th Century. Apart from this. until recently the Tulu Brahmins used to write Vedic mantras in this script only. it is foolish to argue that age-old Tulu language borrowed a script for its own from Malayalam language. the Tulu script is gradually vanishing. In fact. due to lack of knowledge. A good number of Tulu speakers can be seen all over India and also in other parts of the world. which is younger to Tulu. one of the major Dravidian languages. The Tulu Brahmins were writing the Vedic mantras 4 in Tulu script. As Malayalam evolved as an independent language almost one thousand five hundred years after Tulu bifurcated from the Proto-Dravidian. We have. epic poems Sri Bhagavata and Kaveri belonging to the 17 th Century and a prose work Tulu Devimahatme ascribed to the 15 th Century and a few other literary works in Tulu. A majority of Tulu speaking population is found in the coastal area of Karnataka state. mainly in Gulf countries and in the United States of America. at present. lack of public instruction in Tulu language etc. All these have been written down in Tulu script. Malayalam had no script until the Tulu Brahmins' arrival in Kerala. a strong misconception prevails among many people regarding the existence and prevalence of this script. meaning mind. This script is generally called the Tulu script. Though the subject of Tulu script is found to be controversial. Introduction and establishment of the modern printing press by the German missionaries in Mangalore in the 19 th Century and their trial of printing the Tulu writings in Kannada script are the major reasons for the Tulu script to go behind the scenes. Predominance of the Kannada language. _________________________ 4 Mantra is a Sanskrit word combining the two syllables: man. are some of the reasons for the Tulu script to lag behind.5 million people speak Tulu. that it is the Tuluvas who contributed a script for Malayalam. also possesses a script. Tulu writing is carried exclusively in the Kannada script. However. They. before us the Tulu Mahabharata ascribed to the 13 th century.

At the same time land reform acts in the south Indian states essentially eliminated the absentee landlords. The plot of land under survey no. The land is in Cherangala village.91 acre pl ot under survey no. does not comprise the temple structure but is termed as the land surrounding Talacauvery (Forest Paisary) and it belongs to the Forest Department. Two distinct paths opened up at this time. Up to the early fifties. and t imes were changing. Educational opportunities started to become increasingly common in the newly independent nation of India. This plot of land belongs to the Temple Committee. As the family grew in numbers. A large number of family members sought higher education and left the priesthood to earn a better living. 2/2 measuring 29. Apart from the above two plots is the 1. belonging to the government. The state of Kerala.org 41 . he needed t o take possession and start to cultivate the land on his own. To avoid the loss of agricultural properties. Doors that opened up for bet ter living through education required them to move out of Talacauvery to live in large cities where the new jobs were being created. a few family members moved out of Talacauvery. Land The sanctum sanctorum of Goddess Cauvery. 2003. according to the RTC. the primary resources of the Achar family were limited to the income from the temple and ancestral properties. The nomencl ature for the plot of land (46 cent s) is Kaveramma's temple in Talacauvery1 . They spread out and established their livelihood around t he state and the country. The family had to evolve to adapt to these changes. Achar family resources have changed over generations. 4 of the same village. If the absentee landlord expected to keep his agricultural land.kodava. took active interest in cultivating their own land and became agriculturists. according to the Register of Tenancy Certificate (RTC) provided by the Revenue Department. Otherwise the land reverted to the tenant over a period of ten years. www. with a duly elected communist government.60 acres.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy Chapter 8 Evolution of A Life Style Life style changes forced upon by family expansion over many generations are an ev olution that leads in many cases to the overall betterment of the family. Madikeri taluk of Kodagu district. are located in the 46 cents of land under survey no. which includes the ablution tank (Kola). Online Edition . these resources were not sufficient to support the desired life styles. The land is in Cherangala village. located due east of the main shrine of Cauvery. Brahma Kundike and other structures of the temple. Bagamandala hobli. Growth can only be handled by increasing the available resources. This means _________________________ 1 Coffeeland News. Madikeri taluk. Most of them moved to Bangalore. Public transportation systems were developing and distances were no longer a barrier to progress. was the leader in land reform. in which stand the residential and other structures of the priests of the temple. March 23. Bagamandala hobli. Rest (very few) stayed on in Talacauvery to follow the old family tradition of priesthood and to perform the traditional temple duties. 3. The first path lead to higher education and its associated higher income pot ential and the other in agriculture.

provide minimal compensat ion to the priests. Satyanarayana pooja. homas and other functions and collect a fee for such services. They are now living at their properties and are prospering. Each branch or house i n Talacauvery was responsible for about 3 months of the temple activities. the local government is in charge of a majority of temples and is responsible for day-to-day operations and long-term maintenance. under the auspices of the Mujrai department. The tenants were mostly Kerala Muslims. The Achar family members were not involved in such activities. They. They had to move away from Talacauvery and build houses at their properties. The pilgrims would pay for the services of the priests for performing special poojas on their behalf at the temple or sometimes at the Achar family homes. These properties were rice fields with many coconut trees. Since the three-month period. These fields would produce up to three crops of rice a year depending on the availability of water. this period was also shared such that each family branch got this time every four years. Achar family resources included income from performing the daily poojas at the Talacauvery temple. During this period some of the Achar family members repossessed their land from the tenants and started to cultivate and manage it. thread ceremonies. The temple poojas probably provided about half the income needed for taking care of day-to-day living expenses. Supplemental income was generated from the pilgrims. The cardamom 42 . These estates were between 3 to 10 miles from Talacauvery. in the State of Kerala and elsewhere. which included the Tula Sankramana. The tenants lived at the properties. They have converted some of the land to produce cash crops of areca nut. Finally. Some of the Achars had cultivated a good following of devotees who were regulars at the temple. Others. Early Years Up until mid twentieth century. locally known as Mapilles or byarys. The Achars had to supplement this income with other resources. Most of the Achar family ancestral properties were in Parappe in Kasargod taluk of Kerala state. cultivated the land and paid back half of the production to their landlords. The only religious functions performed by them related to the daily poojas at the Talacauvery temple. Under independent India. Some of these Brahmins make a good living performing such activities. The rent was sometimes in kind and at other times in value. performing additional services for the pilgrims and income from family properties. four branches of the family shared the temple pooja functions. These acts transferred the property rights over a period of time from the absentee landlords to the tenants who cultivated the land. was the most lucrative.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy that the Achar family members do not legally own the property on which their houses are built unless they represent the Temple Committee. coconuts and other daily needs for performing the daily poojas. lost their landed propert ies forever. The Achars would visit their properties a few times a year and collect the rent. It must be noted that some of the Brahmins also perform weddings. The rest had to come from the personal properties. some of the Achar families had Ellaki Malai of a few hundred acres of forest land leased from the government. During the early sixties land reform was in full swing. such as rice. By the early fifties. For a long time Achars were absentee landlords of these properties. This compensation is mostly in kind. Rest of the househol d expenses were covered by the income from their agricultural properties. who could or would not do this. The duties of the temple kept them essentially bound to Talacauvery. because they had better jobs in large cities or did not have the desire or will to do the same.

there are many doctors. It became a priority for the younger generations of Achars. 1947. E ducation opened the doors for many Indian citizens. There was a need to expand their horizons and obtain skills other than priesthood. with negligible stresses of the modern world is a great loss to a majority of present generation of Achars 43 . The Present As the family grew in numbers. Achar families who left Talacauvery and established themselves elsewhere are prospering. The cardamom estates were far away from Bagamandala and essentials had to be hand carried by laborers. India became a free nation on August 15. it became very clear that the meager resources of the Achar family were not sufficient to support all of them in reasonable lifestyles. Achars have not yet dabbled in politics at the local or national level in India. But in the end Achar families monetarily benefited from these estates. engineers. Generally. It is conceivable that in the near future Talacauvery may be left without any Achar family members and an entire lifestyle devoted to priesthood at the Cauvery temple may come to a sad end. Currently. In spite of going into and excelling in many respectable vocations. lawyers and teachers in the Achar family. The paths to the estates were in many cases rather steep and narrow. Very few Achar family members are living at Talacauvery at this writing. No one coul d carry more than 25 pounds of g rains or other essentials at a time. A simple life style of devotion and piety to Goddess Cauveriamma.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy had to be harvested by hand during the monsoon. At times these estates were very lucrative and at other times when the market prices for cardamom fell. dried and processed using manual labor. To obtain higher education they had to leave Talacauvery. A few run their own small businesses. The transition from priesthood to professional life began in earnest in the early 1960s. They moved on and left Talacauvery. they were not. Many sought and excel led in higher education and became professionals. Many attained high positions in industry and government. Some have emigrated to the United States of America. The Talacauvery houses were becoming crowded. Achar families imported seasonal labor from South Canara District and northern Kerala State to work these cardamom estates.

It will be worthwhile to gather dates of birth and death as well as photographs of individuals. It is increasingly difficult to keep track of all the members. He was a tough and powerful village Patel. the family has grown very large. Most of the information for generations one through five is missing since they are long gone.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy Chapter 9 Biographical Data Talacauvery Achar family genealogy starts with Venkappayya (Generation 1) and continues through the current generation (Generation 10). He had onl y one daughter and passed away in his middle age. Such information is hard to come by. what he knew and attempted to pass on verbally was never documented. Shankaranarayana Achar and Padmanabha Achar) and settled in Talacauvery. But unfortunately. due to lack of foresight. This nuclear family provides higher mobility and opportunity. The close-knit multigeneration extended family is gone forever and is being replaced by nuclear families. 5 Shankaranarayanachar + Gangamma 6 Ramakrishna Achar + Padmavathy 6 Ramanna Achar + Savitri 6 Kamala + Rao Bahadoor Sripathi Rao 6 Bhageerathi Chennakeshava Kadambalithaya 6 Shankaranarayana Achar + Gangamma 6 Savitri + Ramakrishna Kedilaya 6 Gangamma + Srinivasayya 6 Padmanabha Achar + Parameshwari 44 . The modern worl d appears to scatter family members to four corners of the globe in search of their fame and fortune. His widowed mot her was unabl e to deal with him. During the period of time from generation six through ten. He was tall and fair. Sreenivasa Achar (Baludyamma) of generation 6 had gathered a great deal of information about the senior members of the family. He was known to be quite a figure in village politics at Parappe in Kasaragod taluk. Such a task is currently beyond the scope of this effort. He continued to live at Parappe. Ramakrishna Acha r He was the eldest son of Shankaranarayana Achar. left the village with her other three sons (Ramanna Achar. Information gathered here is a bare minimum and does not include dates of birth and death. In many case names of the spouses are missing.

Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy He also had a mistress (name unknown) of lower caste in Parappe. Hosamane Ramanna Achar. Ramanna Achar was concerned about the safety of the cows stepping on these loose stones and getting hurt during grazing. The hills of Talacauvery had many loose stones. some as large as four feet in diameter and three feet high. His mother. because of the serious caste bias. he piled these stones into large piles. he was very powerful. did money-lending business and leased a cardamom estate from the government. his brothers Shankaranarayana Achar and Padmanabha Achar and their families lived in Hosamane. Those of us visiting Talacauvery should think of Ramanna Achar when we see t hese stone piles . With this mistress he had many children. Parappe is a village in Kasaragod taluk of Kerala state. They were not educated and made their living taking care of the rice fields owned by Ramakrishna Achar. This shows that he was a kind-hearted man. When informed about this history they do not want to accept it as fact. respected his elders and led a life devoted to his family. In his later days. Some of these piles are still there. which existed during those days. There is still some amount of shame associated with associating with members of the lower castes. He performed poojas at the temple with the assistance of his brothers. They were handsome people and had some resemblance to the sons of Ramanna Achar. some as large as six inches in diameter. Gangamma was a very capable woman and managed the affairs of Hosamane until Ramanna Achar became an adult and became the head of the family. Ramanna Achar His two younger brothers Shankaranarayana and Padmanabha and t heir families lived with him as an extended family in Hosamane. mostly sons. 6 Ramanna Achar + Savitri 7 Venkatramana Achar + Kaveriamma 7 Keshava Achar 7 Dr. Over the years. As a matter of fact most Achar family members of recent generations do not even know this story. Ramanna Achar Ramanna Achar discontinued his education at Kasaragod to join his mother in Talacauvery at an early age. Laxmana Achar + Laxmi 7 Kaveriamma + Venkatramana Kolathaya 7 Narayan Rao + Susheela 7 Damodara Achar + Laxmi 7 Ganga + Shankaranarayana Kedilaya 45 . Ramanna Achar left a lasting legacy in Talacauvery. He was a God fearing man. This branch of the Achar family tree has no connection to the rest.

ate his lunch and as usual took a nap. He never woke up from his nap. Shankaranarayana Achar and Padmanabha Achar. Even the visit from the postman on Friday evening was an important occasion. Only Gopala Achar. Basically. He retired from the Board High School during the mid sixties at age fifty five. there was no public transportation available to go to Mangalore. The two brothers maintained separate cooking and house keepi ng facilities until they too passed away. Male members of the Hosamane family except Gopala Achar have left Talacauvery in search of fame and fortune. His grandchildren moved back with their respective parents in Madikeri and Puttur.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy 7 Saraswathi + Vishnu Kedilaya 7 Raghavendra Achar + Prema 7 Dr. Table below shows Ramanna Achar's children and their spouses. The house that once had a single extended family of over 20 people with a united cooking and house keeping was suddenly divided. He liked to sit on a wooden chair on the front porch of Hosamane and talk for hours to people visiting Talacauvery. During those days. During those days. telephones or newspapers i n Talacauvery until the late sixties. this was the only means of communication and obtaining information from the outside world. Even on his last day. Venkatramana Achar My father. It must have been a two day affair just to travel a distance of about 100 miles. a victim of polio lives in the ancestral home and does the two months temple pooja. This was probably due to the inuence of his brother-in-law Rao Bahadoor Sripathy Rao. He was a healthy man till the very end. originally shared equally between Ramanna Achar. Ramanna Achar's wife Savitri went to live with her sons in Bangalore or Mangalore. He never talked about it and we did not have the guts to ask him. People were forced to retire at this age to create more jobs under the socialist government of India. There were no radios. one for Shankaranarayana Achar and the other for Padmanabha Achar. Venkatramana Achar was the eldest son of Ramanna Achar. He was the first one to send his sons for higher education. Immediately after his passing. He was the first fromTalacauvery family to attend college in Mangalore. Two of them became doctors and the third became an engineer. He completed the first two years of college and then for some inexplicable reason dropped out. Venkatramana Achar South Canara District. the house was divided into two sections for the two remaining brothers. Ramanna Achar's sons and their families severed all connections to Talacauvery at this point in time. Anantha Achar + Shantha He had an advanced outlook and consi dered education to be important. He had to walk down the hill for about 20 miles to South Canara District and then probably use public transportation. 46 . Hosamane was never the same again. He passed away in 1955. he performed the daily poojas at the home shrine. He became a middle school teacher first at the Bagamandala school and later on at the Board High School at Puttur. Ramanna Achar had seven sons and three daughters.

Sneha and Bharathi.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy He was proud of his command of English language and often quoted from Shakespeare's plays. Even after his retirement he did not go back to Talacauvery. He forced me to read the newspaper and I have now subscribed to a daily newspaper ever since I was about 20 years old. All he wanted was to provide an engineering education for his children so that they will not be encumbered by poverty. My brother did not get anymore kashaya to drink. My father's demands from life were rather minimal. Thimmayya Bhat's compound. Later on my father moved to a small rental house in Dr. He saw the loss of the quality of life with the socialistic from of government imposed by Jawaharlal Nehru. As a school teacher his income was small. My brother took a sip and the glass slipped from his hands and broke i nto pieces. 10 a month. He had two daughters. After my grandfather passed away in 1955. He was also the first one from the Talacauvery family to own a car and have his own large house in Bangalore. He liked children very much and was willing to talk to them with great deal of respect. Much later he moved in with my youngest brother. That was the end. He abhorred the resulting political corruption and wished the British were back in control in India. Laxmana Achar Dr. but never asked us how or what we felt. He was always up to date with the current events. Communication was just one way under his strict guidance. My father was a gentle soul. Even though the property (rice fields) was divided equally amongst the six brothers. in this case an Udupi Hotel. Laxmana Achar was the first one from the Talacauvery Achar family to get a medical degree. He was an avid reader of The Hindu. What is amazing about Laxmana Achar is that his father Ramanna Achar did not provide him the means to go to college. He rented a small apartment belonging to Ananda Rao for Rs. My father ordered a coffee for himself and a Kashaya1 for my brother. He was the nicest of all Ramana Achar's children by far. my father managed the Parappe properties for his brothers. They had a stop over in a small town and my father took my brother to a restaurant. He did it on his own. His clinic included a small pharmacy. One day my father and Anant ha were traveling by bus to attend a function at some relatives place. After graduation from medical school. He was afraid of places he had not seen when he was young. When all six of his children started living with him it was rather crowded but we managed and then one by one his children started going to college and left home. He spent his hard earned savings and a majority of his inheritance for education of his children. My brother had a unusual incidence with him which shows the character of fathers during those days. He cared for his children very much but was not able to communicate with them. he started his medical practice in Bangalore in a clinic just behind city market. These were served in glass tumblers. He was a stern disciplinarian and he only told us what to do. Some one in Puttur passed it on to him after they read it. Now my father had to payfor the broken glass as well and it upset him very much. he collected the rent from the tenants and distributed it evenly to his brothers until the property reverted back to the tenants due to land reforms passed by the Kerala state legislature. 47 . Education for his sons was paramount in his mind and nothing came in the way. the English language newspaper published in Madras. He not only examined the sick patients but also sold the required medication from his pharmacy. Three of his sons became engineers. Ananatha and his family in Bangalore. He could have easily gone back and l ived a life of a temple priest which would have limited his children's opportunities. He regretted the British leaving India.

the fifth son of Rammanna Achar. running a taxi cab service. As it turned out he made a significant impact on my future and I am truly grateful. my life would have been different. I remember him often. In an attempt to influence the outcome. a perpetual lease from early kings of Kodagu some how is no longer shared by all the heirs of Rammana Achar. He was a very proud of his accomplishments and always lent a kind and unselfish hand to the younger generation of the Achar family. Running the malai must have been very lucrative for him and his family although most of his brothers did not share equally from the ancestral property. Many more followed in their footsteps and now Bangalore has the largest number of Achar fami ly members. market the cardamom produced att he malai and then distribute the proceedi ngs equally to the six brothers. he was in charge of running the Elakki Malai2 in Kodagu. first in Virajpet and later on in Madikeri and Mysore. After a while the earnings from the malai started becoming smaller and smaller. Because of the reverse discrimination practiced in the field of education I was out of luck in obtaining admission to any engineering college. and distributing south Indian movies to local theaters. He was a self made business man. After Ramanna Achar passed away in 1955. He was in his domain. At this writing I do not have any clue at all about the malai and what happened to the perpetual lease. Tamilnadu and Andhra Pradesh states on business. He and his wife Susheela had two daughters named Asha and Rekha. Jamma Malai. Without the benefit of higher education. he dabbled in many things. He kept going to each college and finally ended up at Gulbarga where a new college was being established. including running a Udupi hotel. After consulting with the admissions peopl e he left me to wait for the final outcome. My uncle Narayana Rao had a hand in my getting admission at the Gulbarga Engineering College. He lived most of his life in Bangalore. They were the first two brothers from Talacauvery to settle down in Bangalore and provide a bright and shining beacon to all the rest of the Achar family members. Damodara Achar would hire the seasonal labor from Kerala. Damodara Achar Damodara Achar.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy Narayan Rao Uncle Narayana Achar called himself Narayan Rao. until finally it completely stopped. 48 . He was a jolly man with a permanent broad smile on his face. The malai. After he left. It was always a delight to listen to him talk about the business world. He lived a few blocks away from my uncle Raghavendra Achar. There was no one else in the Achar family that could claim the title of eternal optimist. my uncle took me to various engineering colleges in Mysore state. He traveled all over Karnataka. His relationship with his elder brother Dr. as a contractor when he had his house built. He was adept in managing to survive in the dog eat dog business world. He talked extensively to the admissions people until we found that I had no chance. If Narayana Rao had not taken me to visit the colleges. He was a jack of all trades and he excel led in everything he touched. He made a significant impact on every one of the younger generation he came into contact with during his life. Ramanna Achar had a lease of 400 acres of the malai property. Laxmana Achar was strong and unconditional. I was fortunate to meet one of the founders of the college and was admitted. spent most of life as an employee of Canara Corporation Bank.

he started working for Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL). This process finally resulted in my getting admission to the Gulbarga Engineering college. Raghavendra Achar Raghavendra Achar was the first engineer from the Talacauvery family.S. Finally he did a stint in managing the New York office of the company just prior to his retirement. My life changed for the better by this generosity on the part of my uncle and auntie. The constitution mandated Raghavendra Achar discrimination in the form of a quota system. Many more Achar family 49 . After graduation from medical college and completing his residency in Madras. Later on. Raghavendra Achar provided the only chance I had i n obtaining an engineering education. He was kindest uncle one could ever wish to have. a whole owned undertaking of the Government of India. He rose through the ranks to become the Deputy General Manager of Bharat Electronics Limited. he passed away at a young age from brain cancer. He was a brilliant man. my generation of brahmins were the first ones to pay retribution. Many younger generation Achar family members were inspired by this trail blazer of a man and have tried to emulate his success. After completing my first year in College. While he was employed at BEL. This rejection was the result of extreme reverse discrimination practiced on brahmi ns. He is survived by three children. Both of his children are settled in the U. He and his wife Prema let me spend a year at their house. He graduated with a M. My fundamental right of getting a good education became a victim of misguided principles of a socialistic form of government. Using the quota system. I was rejected by all the engineering colleges in erstwhile Madras State. He was the first one in Talacauvery to buy a camera and the few pictures of the family. He has one son named Ravi and a daughter named Rajani. I am eternally grateful. he married Shantha and started his medical practice in Tuticorin along side his father-in-law. obtaining a Pre-University Course certificate. once again the first Achar family member to go overseas. he became a professor at Hubli Medical College. the brahmins were discriminated in the educational field and government jobs.S degree from the Madras University Medical College. He lives in Bangalore with his wife Prema. My uncle was newly married at that time. Raghuram and Murali and his wife Shantha. Recently the Jamma Malai Owners Association has started battling the government for compensation as part of the lease termination process. Geeta. Unfortunately. including his father and mother were taken by him in the mid nineteen fifties. At the point in time my uncle came to my rescue by providing a solution that required me to stay at his at in Malleswaram. After graduation from the Bangalore Engineering College. thus changing my life for ever. Anantha Achar Anantha Achar was the youngest son of Ramanna Achar. Those were the days of centrally planned economy a la Jawaharlal Nehru.A.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy The Karnataka state government is attempting to terminate the perpetual lease agreement with the 50 or so Kodagu families.B. he was sent to England for training.B. attend the second year of college and then apply again to engineering colleges in Mysore state. This discrimination was mandated by the Indian constitution formulated in the mind set of Jawaharlal Nehru. For all the sins committed by the upper cast e brahmins over the lower castes in the past. He was the second doctor in the family from Talacauvery after his elder brother Laxmana Achar.

He performed regular pooja at the temple. Children would run after him for the sweats. he would prepare at the temple at the end of the poojas. mild mannered. was hardworking and generally kept to himself. He was quiet. He developed high skills at carpentry and possessed a full compliment of tools. 6 Padmanabha Achar + Parameshwari 7 Savitri + Hebbar 7 Narayana Achar + Shobini 50 . if dressed properly would be mistaken for a foreigner. His wife Gangamma and Ramanna Achar's wife Savitri were sisters. He was a mild mannered person. kind hearted and was the most frugal member of Hosamane. Shankaranarayana Achar Many of carpentry work of Hosa mane was the outcome of his skill and labor. He had great sense of humor and woul d greet every body with his characteristic pleasant smile. He was very fair in complexion. He had a air for climbing hills and used to visit the cardamom est ates to help his elder brother. 6 Shankaranarayana Achar Gangamma 7 Satyabhama + Seetarama Kekunnaya 7 Gopala Achar 7 Bhageerathi + Rama Padvetnaya 7 Lopamudre + Gopalakrishna Kalluraya 7 Shankara Achar + Kamalaxi 7 Ramakrishna Achar + Girija 7 Keshava Achar 7 Kamala + Venkat Rao Padmanabha Achar He was the youngest brother of Ramanna Achar. Shankaranarayana Achar He was the younger brother of Ramanna Achar and lived with him at Hosamane. had a son and two daughters. He was fair and had a medium build. He loved good food and sweet s in particular. He was nick named as Baddajja because he was pleasingly plump. He had a air labor. He had four sons and t hree daughters.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy members have persued medical education since the trail blazing done by Anantha Achar.

ate a good lunch and started to relax for an afternoon nap. but probably was God. This house. He was the only person in Talacauvery who knew the complete history of Talacauvery family starting from Venkappaya. and he decided to stay at the temple to perform the evening pooja before going back home. The man ate the rice. 6 Srinivasa Achar + Mahalaxmi 7 Anantha Krishna Achar + Vasanthi 7 Vedavathi + Subba Rao Melinamane This house is the only house in Talacauvery with a first floor. He was short. Narasimha Achar and Seetarama Achar lived together in Melinamane. by his hard work. Narayana Achar and Padmanabha Achar. With his own three sons. T here is a small kitchen at the temple used to cook rice that has to be offered to the Goddess Cauvery during the morning pooja. This day. He was a teacher to a majority of the children of Hosamane family. Narayana Achar. As he was about to doze off. That is when Baddajja looked down and saw that man's feet were very dusty and dry. built almost from scratch his house at Kakkadappadi and lived there with his wife and children. He was a Sanskrit scholar and had a wide fund of knowledge. Srinivasa Achar and his two nephews. he heard some one outside the kitchen. wheatish in complexion. Normally after the morning pooja the rice is carried down to the house and used for the midday meal. 4 Vishnu Achar 51 . Srinivasa Achar He was the cousin of Ramanna Achar and lived with him in Hosamane. thanked Baddajja and started walking away into the heavy rain. He was adept in cooking. He had a kind heart. He used to come to Talacauvery to perform his portion of the pooja at the temple. Vasuadeva Achar. who had came t o test his disciple Baddajja. Baddajja offered him some. first settled in Bhagamandala at the temple and later settled permanently at Kakkappadi at his ancestral property. medium built. It seems that one day during the monsoon. Padmanabha Achar the youngest brother became the head of the extended family. He had one son named Ananthakrishna and one daughter named Vedavathi. facing east belonged to three brothers Krishna Achar. Since there was a lot of cooked rice left. He. Ranga Achar. to the west of Hosamane. Subraya Achar son of Narayana Achar passed away early. This man asked for some food to eat from Baddajja. Vishnu Achar. This was amazing because the rain was coming down in torrents. He looked out and found a tall man under an umbrella protecting himself from the heavy downpour. Baddajja immediately realized that the man was not really an ordinary man. eldest son of Krishna Achar settled in Dhakshina Kannada. He was very sincere and hard working. Baddajja had completed the morning pooja at the temple. He left Hosamane in the early fifties.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy 7 Jayalaxmi + Radhakrishna Kalluraya There is an interesting story about Baddajja. he cooked some vegetables. It was raining heavily.

He lived a life of priestly purity amid a large joint family and passed away at a ripe old age of 93 years. Telugu and Kannada. One day he was coming home from Bhagamandala at nightfall.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy + Wife 5 Krishna Achar + Wife 6 Vishnu Achar + Gangamma 6 Kavery 6 Ranga Achar + Kaveriamma 5 Narayanachar + Wife 6 Subraya Achar + Padmavathi 6 Narasimhachar + Bhageerathi 6 Seetaramachar + Laxmi 6 Satyabhama + Subraya 5 Padmanabhachar + Wife + Kamala 6 Vasudevachar + Kaveriamma 6 Narayanachar + Laxmi 6 Srinivasachar + Krishnaveni Padmanabha Achar Padmanabha Achar was fai r. He was well versed in Sanskrit. He had a large family. He migrated to Dhakshina Kannada in his earlier days and settled down there. Duri ng his younger days he used to ride down the hill on horseback to Bhagamandala. He bent to collect the same and when he touched it. he 52 . He was very simple. he found a black wooden stick that stretched across the drainage ditch. Vishnu Achar Padmamabha Achar's elder brother's son was fair and tall. Ranga Achar The younger brother of Vishnu Achar was fair and had a mustache. He had a passion for collecting small logs of wood while coming home in the evening. He had a owing beard with a shawl on his shoulders and resembled Rabindranath Tagore. The dim moonlight was falling on the road. When he was crossing a drainage ditch across the road. hard working. He used to come to Talacauvery during Tu1amasa and on ot her special occasions. tall and handsome wi th a broad forehead al ways wearing a tilak. He lived a long and happy life.

Vasudeva Acha r He was medium built. Dr. He was a thorough gentleman. Seetajja as he was affectionately called by the children. loved good food especially jack fruit and mango. 53 . his bed and everything he touched. As soon as Seetajja and Baddajja spotted a pilgrim family they would rush to the temple and whomever arrived first would perform the special poojas for the pilgrims and get compensated financially. that is other than Tulamasa. each one woul d sit on the front porch of their houses scanning the footpath leading to the temple. Kelaginamane Very little of Kelaginamane is left. Seetarama Achar Tall and dark compl exioned was very active till the end. ever vigilant of pilgrims arriving at the temple. He taught initially Sanskrit and later Kannada at Central High School. Part of the house has been razed to the ground.Clean a title most appropriate for his personal cleanliness and clothes he wore. He composed four Suprabhatas3 for sacred temples of Talacauvery. His cleanliness included his room. He was a man of few words. T. He was a fast talker. he migrated to Dakshina Kannada and settled down in his wife's property. He was extremely good in the art of drawing. He was also a Sanskrit Scholar. Narasimha Achar He was called Mr. This competition was based on t he monetary compensation received from the devotees. Madikeri. N. He used to sketch persons and landscape in a matter of seconds. Srinivasa Achar He was medium built and dark complexioned. Vyasa Rao (Plastic Surgeon) and T. He had an i mmense capaci ty to mix with relatives and pilgrims alike. He was known to be a good cook. Satyamoorthy (Retired BEL General Information Offcer) of Bangalore are his sons. After his marriage. Udupi and Kukkesubramany a. On a good day two or three families may arrive at Talacauvery. dark complexioned. During the off season. Nobody now lives in this house. He left Talacauvery at an early age and worked as an overseer in the Public Works Department in Dhakshina Kannada. N. He had to his credit the Kannada translation of Cauvery Mahatme extracted from Skanda Purana.4 Bagamandala. very composed. and Baddajja were always in friendly rivalry in providing the services to the pilgrims. average build and humorous in nature.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy heard a hissing sound and he real ized that it was a snake. Narayana Achar He was fair.

where Krishna Achar was the head of the family. By virtue of his personality he used to stand out among the trio. Shankara Achar was fair and handsome. Ramachandra Achar He was short and wheatish in complexion. he would fully fill even the largest chair.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy Krishna Achar Kelaginamane. like the visit of religious leaders and other dignitaries. Vasudeva Achar Very little was known about him. A towering man. He was a learned man and was considered authority on several subjects. Shankara Achar along with his brother Ramachandra Achar and their families lived in this house. He along with Padmanabha Achar of Melinamane and Ramanna Achar of Hosamane formed a harmonium trio. was the Tharavadu house5 of Talacauvery family. He was very honest and upright individual. He had a large family. receive visitors with great zeal and dignity and perform special poojas at the sacred Talacauvery temple. wheatish in complexion. he used to dress appropriately. He passed away at an early age. very intelligent and hard worki ng. Bungale This house has now been completely razed to the ground. 54 . On all special occasions.

O Kodagarahalli Shunttikoppa.O Parappa Delampady Via Mulleria 671 543 Kasaragod Taluk Kerala 4994 270 292 Asha P.K Karnataka 8251 649 204 Bharathi Saralaya Dr.B. Jagadish Deepa 31 Asha Officers Colony Ramakrishnapuram Secundarabad 500 556 Andhra Pradesh 40 2779 1330 Balakrishna Kolathaya. No 20 Shankarmutt Road Bangalore 4 944 8408 946 Bhavani W/O K. Chamrajpet Bangalore 560 018 80 2652 5492 Ananthakrishna Acharya S/O T. Ananthakrishna Kudannaya Laxminivasa Estate P.A 001 716 838 6767 Ananth Achar T.K Karnataka 8257 684 316 Ashalatha W/O Raghurama Bhat Kumuda General Stores Meghana Complex Shettar Colony P.Y 14221 U.O Pernaje. Srinivasa Acharya Srinivas Kakkapady P. 4 th Main BEML Layout.K Karanataka 8251 620 498 Bharathi Irnuraya (Laxmamma) Door No 303 Adarsh Palace 47 th Cross.V No. Devi Krupa Cauverybai Layout Apparao Road.R Kaverikrupa Elemale Nelloore. N Sudha Industries Opposite Raghavendra Matt Kallere Puttur D. 1 st Stage Basaveshwara Nagar Bangalore 560 079 80 2348 9467 Aravinda Achar T. Road Dharwad 4 Bhageerathi W/O Vasudeva Ungrupulithaya Pernaje House P. Via Kav Puttur Taluk. 12 th Cross.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy Appendix Achar Family Phone Book Ahalya W/O Ramachandra Kalkoor No.P.V. 260. Kenraji Sulya Taluk D. 28. Kodagu Karnataka 8276 662 126 55 . D.S. 11 th Main 4 th Block Jayanagar Bangalore 560 041 80 2699 0162 Bhaskar Achar Dr 51 Crestwood Lane Williams Ville N.

O Parappe Delampady Via Mullaria Kerala 671 543 4994 270 263 Hemalatha W/O Radhakrishna M Lecturer In Micro Biology KMC. Road 5 th Cross. P.D.O Mandekolu Sullia Taluk.D Thejas 6 150/1.H. Balmata Mangalore D.O Belluru Via Mulleria 671 543 Kasaragod Taluk Kerala 4994 260 324 4994 260 066 Geetha W/O Radhakrishna Ballal Kaveri House Sri Durga Parameshwari Temple Road Ambagilu Puttur P.K.O Ajjavar Sullia Taluk Karnataka 8257 603 111 Krishnamurthy T.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy Chandrashekara Acharya S/O Vishnu Acharya Kaverikripa Mulleria 671 543 Kasargod Dist Kerala 4994 260 102 Geetha Dr. 15 th Cross.O Udupi 576 125 8252 580 230 Gopala Achar T. J.B. Pothi No.R 143. P. Ibrahim Saheb Street Opp To Railway Press (Madras) Chennai Jayaprakash 523 42891 Jayasheela B. Lobo Road Kodikal Mangalore 575 006 8242 458 723 Jayalaxmi W/O Ramakrishna Nidvanaya Kayarthod House P. Mullya.K Karnataka 8242 575 021 Jayalaxmi Vijaya Balakrishnan 24.S Talacauvery Bhagamandala Post Kodagu District Karnataka 8272 243 236 Guruprasad T. Basavanagudy Shimoga Karnataka 8182 227 830 Keshava Kadambalithaya S/O Sreedhara Kadambalithaya Volesari. 68 Raghavendra Block 12th Main Road Srinagar Bangalore 560 085 Jagadish T. D. 1 st Block Rajajinagar Bangalore 560 010 80 2342 0779 56 . Via Sampaji Kodagu Karnataka 0825 756 243 Kaveriamma W/O Shivakrishna Somayaji Mule.O Balambi.K Karnataka 8257 85 611 Jayarama Acharya S/O Rangacharya Sreeranga Nilaya Meleheonbe P. J Door No. P. Rao B. 4 Shanta Nivas Balaclava Canoor Nilgiris 643 102 Tamilnadu 4232 207 338 Gopalakrishna Acharya K S /O Padmanabha Acharya Angeerasa Peraja.

110.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy Kusuma Vasuki 159 KSRTC Layout J.D 0872 25055 Padma W/O Ajit Kumar Iddya Achuta Rao Road Shimoga Karnataka Padmavathi W/O Vishnumurthy Nalluraya Urmi House Post Paivalike. 2E. 303 Adarsh Palace 47 th Cross. 1 st Block Thyagarajnagar Bangalore 560 028 80 2676 8845 Narayana Achar T.K Karnataka Dr. Pavan Paradise 63A Saimandir Road 1st Cross. 34.R No. 11 th Main 5 th Block Jayanagar Bangalore 560 041 80 2699 0162 Leela W/O Ramakrishna Nurithaya Rtd. D.K Karnataka 0825 661 415 Manamohan T. 33. Door 24 S waminagar Extn Muragappa Street Ullagaram Chennai 91 44 2445 5627 Murthy (Vittals Brother) 80 2342 0779 80 2839 4300 Narayana Achar T. 6 th Main Malleshwaram Bangalore 560 003 80 2334 2399 Nagesh Rao Flat No.O Via Ujire Belthangady Taluk. Laxminarayana 16. Nagar.D 1469. Philomina College Puttur D. Suleman Zakaria Layout Kasamajor Road Egmore Madras 8 44 2819 4806 Leelavathi W/O Padmanabha Rao Retd. Via Uppala Kasaragod Dist Kerala 4998 205 501 57 . II Phase Bangalore 80 2663 9707 Laxmamma Door No. Agri Civil Engineer Mundaji P.S Talacauvery Bhagamandala Post Kodagu District Karnataka Nirmala W/O Ramakrishna Ballakuraya Vyasachal Compound Bhoja Rao Lane Dongarakere Mangalore 575 003 Padma Dayananda Rao Latha Estates Kothhur Bannerghatta Road Bangalore 560 083 80 2641 464 Lalithamma W/O Shyama Rao Sarvesha Sadana Near St.O Batrakodi Via Kulashekara Mangalore Taluk Karnataka 8242 272 408 Murali Acharya Plot No. 11 th Cross.P. Teacher Pedamale. Puttanna Road Basavanagudi Bangalore 560 004 Narayana T. Sannidhi Poornadrishti Main Road C & D Block Kuvempunagar Mysore 570 023 8212 541 278 Malavika Suresh Rao No. P.

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Panduranga Achar T.S
Prakasha Dr. Bopaya's Compound
Sudarshan Circle
Madikeri Karnataka 571 201
Prabhakara Acharya K
Kundala House P.O Adur
Via Mulleria 671 543
Kasaragod Taluk Kerala
4994 260 179
Prasad S.F.I
Greenary Apt. No.16,
Plain Street Bangalore 560 001
80 2286 1969
Prema
W/O Narayana Poti
Flat No. 41, Building No. 22B
Brindavan Thane W. Mumbai
22 3534 0707
22 3533 4204
Pushpa
W/O M.M. Acharya 4 th Cross No. 304,
3 rd HRBR Layout
Kalyana Nagar
Bangalore
80 2544 2291
Radha
W/O Subraya Bhat
Durga Nivas,
Panjala P.O Kyna South Uchil Mangalore Taluk
Karnataka
0824 740 828
Raghavendra Achar T
No. 36, Nanjappa Road
Shantinagar
Bangalore 560 027
80 2223 9777
Raghupathy Achar T.D
115 Laxmi Panduranganagar
Bannerghatta Road
Bangalore 80 2658 5015
Raj Acharya
Susan Acharya
116 Honeycomb Ct
Encinitas, California 92024 USA
001 760 436 0681

Prabha
Angiras Shivabaugh
Opp Canara Club
Mangalore Karnataka
Prabhakara Sampigethaya
S/O M.S. Sampigethaya P.O Ujire
Belthangady Taluk D.K
Karnataka
8256 406 158
Bhagya
W/O Mohan Rao T
Udupi Shrikrishna Bhavan
Pallavaram (Madras)
Chennai
Pundarikaksha Acharya. K
HSA, Beeranthabail KMC
25/201Ashwini House
Near Lalithakalasadan
Beach Road Kasaragod Kerala
4994 221 432
Pushpa Madhusoodan
Adarsha Residency 47 th Cross,
8th Block Jayanagar
Bangalore 82
80 2653 4331
Radhakrishna Acharya K
Kundala House P.O Adur
Via Mulleria 671 543
Karnataka
4994 260 150
Raghavendra Acharya M
S/O T.V.A Kaverikrupa
Akkapady P.O Mandekole
Sullia Taluk Karnataka
8257 685 664
Raghuram
112/16, Five Star Apartment
Padikoppam Road Annanagar West
Chennai 600 040
44 2620 6019
Rajagopal Achar (Anandathirtha)
Talacauvery
Bhagamandala Post
Kodagu District
Karnataka

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Rajeev Acharya
Shri Venkatadri No. 339 19 F Main,
1 st N Block Rajajinagar Bangalore 560 010
80 2342 0279
80 2342 3275
Ramakrishna Achar T S
19/42, 5 th Main Road Tata Silk Farm,
T.R. Nagar Bangalore 28
80 2676 1609
Ramanna Achar
Monkude House P.O Kolanadu
Bantwal Taluk D. K.
Karnataka
Rathna
W/O Dr. Shankara Narayana Rao
Tumkur
Karnataka
Ravindra Achar
S/O Ramachandra Acharya (Laxmi)
Urkyadi House P.O Parappa Delampady
Via Mulleria 671 543 Kasaragod Dist Kerala
4994 265 211
Sahana
W/O Raviprakash Muchinnaya
Advocate
Mamatha Belthangady, D.K Karnataka
8256 402 250
Saraswathi Kedilaya
Angiras Shivabaugh
Opp Canara Club Mangalore
Sathyavathi
W/O S. Seetharama Shagrithaya
Pundikai House P.O Pundikai, Via Darbe
Puttur Taluk, D.K. Karnataka
Savitha
w/o Nagaraja Acharya
Carinja Printers Agrabail Complex,
B.C. Road P.O Jodumaraga Bantwal Taluk.
D.K. Karnataka
0825 523 904 0825 522 951 0825 523 905
Savithri
W/O U. Subraya Bhat Retd. Teacher
Kuntar House P.O Kuntar Via Mullaria 671
543 Kasaragod Taluk Kerala
4994 260 281

Rama
W/O Satish Sharma
Pharmatical Shop Vrindavan Society
Thane, W. Mumbai
22 35407 525
Ramamurthy Dr.
Deepa Apartment Urva,
Mangalore 575 005
8242 456 7
Ranganatha Kolathaya
437, 12A Cross, 4th Main
Mahalaxmipura Bangalore 86
80 2349 7391
Ratnaraj T.J
Door No. 68 Raghavendra Block
12th Main Road Srinagar
Bangalore 560 085
Raveendra Acharya M
Kala apts, 78/7,
Dr Rangachari Road, Mylapore,
Chennai 600 004
44 2498 2492
Saraswathi Ballakkuraya
W/O K.P Ballakkuraya
Advocate Kukur House Kerlur Village
Charla Post Via Manjeswar
Kasaragod Dist Kerala
4998 252 398 92
Satyamoorthy
465, `Cauvery' 1 st Cross, 3 rd Stage, 3 rd block,
Basaveshwaranagar Bangalore-560 079
80 2323 3492
Satyanarayana T.V
694, Syndicate Bank Road
1 st Stage, Indira Nagar
Bangalore 560 038
80 2528 6384
Savitha Manohar

Savithri Thimmaiah
2869, 8 th Main, 2 nd Cross 2 nd Stage
Kumarswamy Layout
Bangalore
80 2666 2230
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Shantha A
W/O Prakasha Kedilaya
Uduthya House, P.O Kumbdaji
Via Perdal Kasaragod Taluk
Kerala
4994 260 271
Shanthi Chandrashekhar

Shantha Ramakrishna Achar
Matavana Karike Post
Kodagu 521 247
Karnataka

Shankar Rao T.S
No. 52, Reservoir Street
Near Sri Vijaya English School
Bangalore 560 004
80 2661 3494
Shashikala
Shawn Achar
W/O B.K. Ramesh Plantation Consultant
Irina Achar
Sowbhagya Opp To Aruna Nursing Home
904 N Wayne St Apt 105
Basavanahalli Road
Arlington Virginia 22201 USA
Chikkamangalur
001 703 312 4723
Shyamala
Sneha Yedappadi thaya
W/O Ananda No. 91, Bharat hi I Block, II Main 284, 3 rd Main Road
Thyagarajanagar Bangalore 560 025
N.R. Colony Bangalore 560 019
80 2676 2638
80 2677 0651
Sreedhar Acharya P.V S/O Vishnu Acharya 11 Shreepathy S.S
Advocate
Meeyamsaheb, 1 st Street Chepauk (Madras)
No. 45, Central St Kumarapark West
Chennai 5
Bangalore 560 020
80 2336 6528
Shreepathy Achar T.S
Srikara T.S
Shanthi Dhama, Talakavery
170, 18 th Main 1 st Cross, HAL II Stage
Bhagamandala Post Kodadu District
Indiranagar Bangalore 8
Karnataka
80 2526 3828
8272 243 312
Srikrishna Acharya
Srinidhi Achar S
S/O T.V.A Kaveri Oil & Floor Mills
/O T.S. Shripathy Achar
Uppinangady Puttur Taluk
Temple Road Sullia, D.K Karnataka
Karnataka
0825 720 178
8251 651 182
Subraya Kedilaya P
Sudhakara Achar
S/O Venkatramana Kedilaya Valalamba,
E209, P Grihalakshmi, SM RD,
P.O Guttekar Via Sullia Karnataka
Jalahalli West, Bangalore 560 015
8257 682 143
80 2839 0174
Sudhakara T. J
Suguna
Manava Charitable Hospital
W/O Damodara Ballakuraya
Indira Nagar Bangalore 560 073
P.O Muliyar Kasaragod Taluk Kerala
80 2839 6945
4994 250 023
Sujatha
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........................................................................................................ +Sunitha ................... +w/o Shankara Achar ................................................................................... 8 Ranganatha Achar ........................ +w/o Krishna Achar ................................ +Rajeshwari ........... 9 Arpana ..... +Satish ................................................................................ +Satyanarayana ............................. +w/o Kittappa Achar ...................................................................................................... +Yashoda ............................................................ +w/o Vishnu Bhat .................................................... +Ramakrishna Ballakuraya .................................. +Wiswas .........Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy Descendants of Venkappayya Putturaya 1 Venkappayya Putturaya ................................................................................................................................................................................ 8 Janaki ................................................. 9 Manoj Kumar .......... +w/o Venkappayya ........................ 9 Ramesh ........................... 7 [1] Ramachandra Achar ................................ 8 Vimala ............................................................................ 10 Nisha .......................................................... +Nalini .................................................................... 9 Prashanth ........................................................................................ 4 Kittappa Achar .......... 5 Ramachandra Achar ............. 8 Vasanthi .. 6 Krishna Achar ...................................... *2nd Wife of [1] Ramachandra Achar: .... 8 Vittala ..................................................... 9 Sandhya ................................... 3 Shankara Achar ................... 8 Nirmala ....... 8 Narayana Achar .......... +Laxmi ........................................................ +Raghavendra ..................................... 9 Praveen ..................... 9 Chetan Kumar ... 8 Moorthy Achar ...................................................................................... +w/o Ramachandra ..................................... +Parameswari ...... 2 Vishnu Bhat .................................................................................................... +Gopalakrishna Banninthaya ............................................................... 9 Aditya ....................................................... 9 Deepa ......................................... 9 Ravishankar 62 ............

........................................................... +Chaithra ........... +Mangala ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. +Ramachandra Banninthaya .... +Leela ........................................................................................................................................ 9 Manushankar ...........................Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy ............................................................................................................................................ 8 Ravindra ................................................ +Nayana ............................................................................................................................................................. 9 Ramesh ................................................................. 9 Rakesh ......... 9 Rajatha ..................................................................................... 7 Kamala ........................... 8 Bharathi ............. 10 Son ....... +Sachindra ... +Parameshwara Ballakuraya ................................................................................. 8 Goplakrishna Banninthaya .............................................................. 9 Kartik Achar ........................................................................................... +Laxmi ............ +Narayana Irnuraya ..................................................... 9 Dinesh .................................................... 8 Pushpa ....................... 10 Sruti ............................ 9 Vinaya ....................................................... 8 Shankaranarayana Banninthaya ................................................................................ 8 Veena ........ 9 Sheela ...................... 7 Narayana Achar ..... 10 Nisha ................................................................................................ +Madhusudan Talithaya ............................... +Malathi ....................... +Suresh ............... +Narayana . 9 Bhanushankar 63 ................ +w/o Kartik Achar ..... 9 Deepak ....................................................................................... +Raghavendra ...................................... 9 Chandana ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... +Vimala ................................................................................................................. 9 Udayashankara ......................................................................................... 9 Reshma .......... 10 Shilpa .. 8 Bhaskar Achar ......... 9 Vijaya ................................ 8 Saraswathi ......................... 9 Kanchan ................................................................................. +Jaya .......................

10 Guruprasad ...................................................................................................................................................... 8 Kaveriamma .............................................. 9 Balakrishna Bipadithaya ......... 9 Hemachandra Bipadithaya .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 10 Ravi .................................................................................................................... 10 Anagh Upadhyaya .................................................................................................... 9 Girisha Banninthaya P.................... +Chandrakantha ...... ..................................................... +Shilpa Banninathaya ................................................ 10 Vidya ............................................................................................. 10 Koustubh Banninthaya .......................................................Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy ............................................... +Hari .................. +Ramadevi ............................................................................. +Krishnamurthy ................................................... 9 Srinivasa Bipadithaya ......... +Aswita ........................................... +Nagaraj ................................................................................... +Shankaranarayana Bipadithaya .......................................................R.............................................. ............................................................................................................................... 9 Padmaxi . 10 Naveen .................................................................................... 10 Maina ......................... +Shakuntala .......... ...............R................................................................................. 10 Shantala ...... 9 Kusuma ........... 10 Savita .................................................................................... 9 Vasanthi ................................................................ 10 Champa ................................................................................................................... 10 Anil Bipadithaya ............ 10 Swapna .................................................. 9 Naveena Banninthaya P....................... +Shambhavi Girish ................................ 10 Pradhan Bipadithaya ................................................................................................................................... +Prabhakar ....... +Ratnavathi ..................................................................................................................................... +Venkatachapathi ........... 10 Anuradha ...................... +Girish Upadhyaya ........ 9 Uma Upadhyaya .. 9 Srimati .. +Balakrishna ......................................... 8 Ramachandra Banninthaya P......... +Venkatramana ........................ 10 Akhila ............................................................................................................................ 10 Vivek 64 .... 10 Abhijit ..................................................................................... +Shanta ..........................................................................

.................. 9 Sandhya ...................................... +Ranganath ....................................................................... 9 Vijaya .............. 10 Rajani ............. 10 Daughter ..... +Sukanya ....... 10 Ananya ........... 9 Vidya ............................................................................................................ 9 Mala ............ +Laxminarayana Sastry .................................................................................................................................................................... +Ganesh .................... 10 Son ...... 9 Rajendra ............................. N............... 10 Smitha ........................................................................................................ 10 Sreyas ................................................................................................. 9 Sashikala .................................................... 10 Vishaka ........................................................................................................................... +Manjunath .... +Krishnamurthy ..........................................................Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy ................................................. 8 Lalitha ........................................................................................................................................................................... 10 Ashok Kedilaya .. 10 Ashita ............................................ 9 Praveen ...... Kedilaya ................................ +Mamatha ............................. 9 Ravikala ......................................................................... 9 Nirmala .................................................................................................. +Thammaya ..... +Shashikala ........................................................................................................................................................ 9 Shreepathi Bipadithaya ................. Kayarthaya ................................ +M........ S................ 10 Sachin Bhat ........... 9 Premalatha .. +N. 10 Sreya .................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 10 Ranjini .............................................................................................. 10 Aditya ............................................................................................... 10 Harikumar .................... Bhat ............................................................................................. +D................................................................................................................................................................................................ +h/o Sharada .................................................................... 10 Jayashree ........................... 10 Poornima .................. 10 Bharat .... 10 Praveen ...................................... K.......................................... 10 Pallavi 65 .................................... 9 Prakash Bipadithaya ............................................. 8 Sharada .....................

...... +Vasuda ... 9 Balakrishna Shagrithaya .......................................................................................................................................................................................... +Nagaratna ...................................................... 10 Prasanna Tantri ....................................... 10 Ramachandra Parlattaya ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 10 Ranjan Shagrithaya ........................................................... 10 Sandhya ............................................................................ 10 Pavan Shagrithaya ............... 9 Seetha . 7 Lalitha ........................ 9 Raghavendra Prasad ........................................... 10 Laxmisha Parlattaya .................................................................................. 8 Satyabhama ......................... 7 Kaveriamma 66 ........................................................................ 7 Satyabhama ......................... 10 Rashmi .......................................................................... +Sumathi ............. +Sreevalli .......... 10 Girisha Parlattaya ............................. 10 Prasanna Parlattaya .......... 10 Prabhakara Parlattaya ....................... 9 Ramachandra Shagrithaya ........................................................................................................... 10 Sumana ............................................................................................. +Shivaprasad Kalluraya ... +Subbanna ..................... 10 Krupa ......................................................................................................................................................... +Vanitha ................... +Balakrishna ............................................... 9 Shankara Shagrithaya ..... 10 Latha ................................... 9 Guraraj ............... 9 Ravindra Shagrithaya .................................................................................. 9 Swarnakala .................................................................................................................................................... 10 Sharanya ...... 9 Kaveriamma ........................... +Sunanda ................................... +Venkatramana Shagrithaya ......................................................................................... +Padmanabha Parlattaya ............................................... 10 Prathana ..................................................... 7 Sharada .......................................................................................................... +Sampathu ......................................... +Shyamala ...................................................... +Venkatrakrishna Tantri ...................................................Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy ............................................................................................................................................................................. 9 Chakrapani ............................ +Rajashree .................................................................................................................................. +Anand ........................................................

................................................................................................. 10 Vinaya ........ 9 Pradeep .................................................................................... +Krishnamurthy ... 11 Son ........................... 10 Rathi ....................................................................................................... 10 Kirthan Sharalaya ....................... 10 Shruti ................................................................................. 10 Shilpa ...... 9 Ravishankara Ballakuraya ............................ +Saritha ................................ 9 Prasada ........................... 8 Narayana Sharalaya ....................... 7 Mahalaxmi ............................................................................................................................................ 10 Prathijna ........ +Prabhakar Pejavar ............... +Suresh Ital ................................................................................................................. 9 Pranesh Sharalaya ......... 9 Pradeepa Sharalaya .................. 6 Kaveriamma 67 ............. 10 Krutika ................................................................................................................ 8 Sumati ................................... +Malathi ..................................................................... +Krishnaraja Varambalitaya .............................................................. +Nirmala ................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 9 Reshma ................................................ 9 Jyothi ................. +Saraswati ........................................................................................................................................................................... 8 Kumari ..................................................................................... +Raghavendra Acharya ............................ +Anupama ......................................................................... 9 Vasantha ....................................... +Kalpana ...................... 8 Parameshawara Ballakuraya ...................................................................................................................................... +Venkatramana Ballakuraya ................................................... 10 Chaitra ...................................................... 8 Seeta Ratna .......................................................................Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy .......... 8 Ramakrishna Ballakuraya ........................................................................................................ +Ramakrishna Tantri ....................................................................................... +Bhavani ........................ +Srinivas .................................................................................... 10 Shruti ............... 10 Udayashankara Acharya .................................... 10 Nikitha ............................. 9 Vijaya ................................ 9 Poornima ..................... +Eswarappa Sharalaya .......

................................................................................... +Venkatramana Kalluraya ........................................................................ +Vishnu Kekunnaya ... +Usha .............. 9 Dinesh ................... +Laxmi ...................................... 7 Shankara ............ 9 Anantha Krishna Chadaga .............. +h/o Bhageerathi ....................... 7 Madhava .......................................... 9 Balakrishna Chadaga ............................. 8 Subraya ....................................................................................................................................................... 7 Padmanabha .................................................................................................. 7 Vishnu ........................................................................................................ 8 Devaki ................... 7 Padmavathi (Paddakka) ............ 9 Sumathi ................................ +Subramanya Kantavar .................... +Jayalaxmi .................... 7 Parameshwara ........................................................................ +h/o Kaveriamma .......................................... 9 Nalini ............................... 9 Vishalakshi ....................................................................................................... 8 Vedavathi .... 9 Prabhakara Chadaga .......... +Govinda Bhat ............................. 6 Bhageerathi ............... 9 Madhusudhana Chadaga .................................................... 9 Susheela ....... +w/o Ramachandra .... 9 Raghuram 68 ................. +Bhaghirathi ................................ +Damodara Shastry ........................................................................................................................... 9 Ganesh Chadaga ....... +Shankar ... 7 Ratni .......................... 7 Ramachandra ...................................................................... 9 Rathna ................................................................................................ +Harischandra Rao .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... +Venkatramana Kedilaya ....................... +Venkamma ............................................................. 7 Ramachandra ........................................ 9 Leelavathi .................................................. +Ramachandra Ammannaya ............. 9 Jayashree .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy ........................................... 6 Vasudeva Achar ...................................... +Ramakrishna Chadaga ............

...................... 6 Shankara Achar ........................................................................................................................................... +Kaveriamma ................................................. +Prathibha ..................................................................................... 8 Satyavathi .......................................................................................... 9 Vani . 9 Krishnaraj ..................... 7 Girija ....................................................... 9 Uma ...... 9 Venkatraj ................................................ 8 Subraya Kedilaya ................................ 9 Balasubramanya .......................... 9 Chetan Kumar 69 .................................................................... +Jayanthi ................................................................................................................................................. +Srinivasa Ballakuraya ........................................................................................... 7 Subbakka ... 9 Keshav ....................................... +Subramanya Shastry .................................................... +Asha ...................... 9 Keshiva ........................................ 9 Reshma .................................................... 9 Gopala . +Malini ....................................................................................................................................................................... +Sundar ........................................................................................ +Rupa ....................................................................................... +Radhakrishna ..... +Manoranjan ...................................................................... +Uma .............................................................................. +Mohini .......... +Veena ............................ 9 Shobha ..............Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy ............................................................................................................................... +Sundar Rao .................................................................................................. +Ganapathy Shastry ..................................................... 9 Shubha ................................................ 9 Usha ......................................................................................................................... 9 Venugopal ........... 8 Ramachandra Kedilaya ................................................................. 8 Saraswathi ........................................................ +Subraya Sharalaya .......................................................... +Kusuma .......... 8 Vasudeva Kedilaya ......................... +Sukanya ....................................... +Kulkarni ............................................................. 9 Kusuma ...................................... 9 Ramya ....... 9 Venkatramana ..................................... +Parashuram .

.............................. 8 Vanamala ................................................................................ +Jayanthi ........................................................ 8 Venkatraya Sharalaya ....................................................................................................... 8 Kalpana ..................................... +Kumaraswamy ... 9 Ashwini ........................................................................................ 9 Sharmila ....... 9 Sahana ............................. +Sulochana ........ 9 Shrikara ......................................................................................................................... +Dinesh ................................................... 8 Sukumara Sharalaya .................................... 8 Vatsala ........................................................................................ 9 Sanjaya Sharalaya ........................................................................................ 8 Nagesh Sharalaya .............................................. +Prabhakara .................................................................................. 9 Sangeetha ................................................................................................................................... 8 Saroja ................ 9 Sucheta ................................................................. +Prema ....... 9 Ravi .......... +Rama Chandraiah ..................... 7 Kaveriamma ............................................... +Subbaraya ..................................................................................................................... 9 Amrut ....................... 9 Srinidhi .................................................................................................................... 9 Roopa ................................................................................Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy ............. 8 Sumangala .................................................................................................................. +Shrirama ......... 9 Swapna ... 9 Santosh Sharalaya ....................................................................................................................................... 8 Nirmala ............................................ 9 Sahana ......... +Jayashree ................................................................ +Rajalaxmi ............... +Narayana ........................................................................................................ 9 Sowmya ..... 9 Shantala ....................................... 9 Reshma .... 9 Prashanth Sharalaya ................................ 9 Shobha ......................... 9 Hemanth Sharalaya ............... 9 Sandeep Sharalaya ..................................... 8 Mohana Sharalaya .......................................................... +Dinesh 70 ................................................................... 8 Sudhakara Sharalaya .................................................

Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy

.............................................................. 10 Jayadeepa
.............................................................. 10 Jayadeva
....................................................... 9 Jyothi
............................................................. +Satish
.............................................................. 10 Swati
.............................................................. 10 Swapna
....................................................... 9 Shanthi
............................................................. +Rajesh
.............................................................. 10 Raksha
....................................................... 9 Ravishankar
............................................................. +Sudha
....................................................... 9 Chandrashekar
................................................ 8 Ramakrishna
......................................... 7 Seetamma
............................................... +Seshappa Hebbar
......................................... 7 Ramakrishna Achar
............................................... +Shanta
................................................ 8 Uma
...................................................... +Rama Rao
....................................................... 9 Naveen
....................................................... 9 Sapna
....................................................... 9 Prasad
................................................ 8 Usha
...................................................... +Prabhakar Bhat
....................................................... 9 Rekha
....................................................... 9 Sudhir Bhat
................................................ 8 Shankar Achar
...................................................... +Ranjana
................................................ 8 Sandhya
...................................................... +Narayana Rao
....................................................... 9 Ananda Rao
....................................................... 9 Yogesh Rao
....................................................... 9 Pratima
....................................................... 9 Aruna
....................................................... 9 Rashmi
................................................ 8 Murali Achar
...................................................... +Prema Sundari
....................................................... 9 Dinkara Achar
....................................................... 9 Madhukar Achar
....................................................... 9 Ananya
................................................ 8 Shobha
...................................................... +Suresh
....................................................... 9 Sindhukavery
....................................................... 9 Sumanth
......................................... 7 Shreepathy Achar
............................................... +Kamalaxi

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................................................ 8 Sumana
...................................................... +Narasingha Rao
....................................................... 9 Aparna
............................................................. +Gopal
.............................................................. 10 Sowmyagouri
................................................ 8 Sahayaja
...................................................... +Sudhakar Rao
....................................................... 9 Sudhanya
....................................................... 9 Surabhi
................................................ 8 Shrikara
...................................................... +Vijayalaxmi
....................................................... 9 Viraja
....................................................... 9 Sriya
................................................ 8 Shreenidhi
...................................................... +Swathi
....................................................... 9 Manasa
....................................................... 9 Nahush
......................................... 7 Sharada
............................................... +Vasudeva
................................................ 8 Ananthakrishna
...................................................... +Satyavathi
....................................................... 9 Suresha
....................................................... 9 Vinod
................................................ 8 Narayana
...................................................... +Padma
....................................................... 9 Smitha
....................................................... 9 Swetha
....................................................... 9 Pranesh
................................................ 8 Raghupathi
...................................................... +Geeta
....................................................... 9 Archana
................................................ 8 Pashupathi
...................................................... +Lata
....................................................... 9 Akash
....................................................... 9 Akshaya
................................................ 8 Shreepathy
...................................................... +Jyotsna
....................................................... 9 Sowmya
................................................ 8 Geeta
...................................................... +Ramakrishna Bhat
....................................................... 9 Ranjan Bhat
................................................ 8 Suphala
...................................................... +Sundar
....................................................... 9 Sujatha
....................................................... 9 Sudhir
................................................ 8 Girish

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...................................................... +Kanakalata
....................................................... 9 Guruthirtha
................................................ 8 Vinaya
...................................................... +Ramesh Rao
....................................................... 9 Ranjani
................................................ 8 Latha
...................................................... +Gopalakrishna
....................................................... 9 Akshata
....................................................... 9 Ambika
................................................ 8 Madhu
...................................................... +Srinivas
....................................................... 9 Aditya
......................................... 7 Indira
............................................... +Ramakrishna Kadambalithaya
................................................ 8 [2] Venugopal
...................................................... +Poornima
....................................................... 9 Sampreethi
....................................................... 9 Sankeerthi
................................................ *2nd Wife of [2] Venugopal:
...................................................... +Renuka
................................................ 8 Pundarikaksha
...................................................... +Bharati
....................................................... 9 Anupama
....................................................... 9 Gururaja
....................................................... 9 Kishore
................................................ 8 Suguna
...................................................... +Damodar Ballakuraya
....................................................... 9 Krishnaraja
............................................................. +Jyothi
....................................................... 9 Srirama
....................................................... 9 Sujatha
................................................ 8 Padmanabha
...................................................... +Rugma
....................................................... 9 Chitra
....................................................... 9 Sweta
....................................................... 9 Arpitha
................................................ 8 Satyanarayana
...................................................... +Udaya
....................................................... 9 Punith
....................................................... 9 Pooja
................................................ 8 Chandrashekar
...................................................... +Vimala
....................................................... 9 Swaroop
....................................................... 9 Sankeet
................................................ 8 Rajagopal
...................................................... +Savitha

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......................... 9 Rajania .... 9 Swapna .................. 10 Swastik .............. 10 Abijith ........................................................ +Krishnakumar ................................................................... +Malathi .......................................... 8 Sudha ................... 9 Arjun ..................................................................................... 9 Prateek Achar 74 ......................................................................................... 9 Pratibha ...... 9 Sreelatha ................................................................................. 9 Pavitra ........................................................... 10 Vadiraja ........................................... 8 Muralidhar ........................................................................................................................................................................ 9 Rachita ..................... 7 Sundara Achar ............ +Balakrishna ................ 9 Ankith ................................................................................................................ 9 Shobha .................................. 9 Sreekantha .... 9 Pallavi ................................................................................................................................................................................................................ +Shalini ........................................................................... 8 Prabha .............................. +Jayaprakash ........... 9 Krupa ......................... 9 Shruti .... +Chetna ....................................Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy ........................................................................................................................... +Gopalakrishna ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 8 Malini ........................ 8 Panduranga Achar . +Krishnaiah .......................................................................................... 9 Ashok ........................................................................................... +Anasuya ....................................................................... 7 Kamalaxi .............................................................................. 8 Nagendra .................................... +Leela ............................... 9 Sharath Achar ....................................................... +Subraya ...................................... 9 Karthik ............................ +Raghurama ............................................................................................................................ +Ajith ......................... +Sreenidhi ..................................... 9 Mamatha ............... +Vishnumurthy ........... 8 Bharathi ........................................... 9 Keerthi .......

..................................................................................... +Ajith ............ 9 Kaushik Rao ......... 8 Narendra Bhat ............. 8 Shankar Rao ......................... 8 Sujatha ............... 8 Ramakrishna Rao ................................................................................. +Rajagopala Bhat .................... 8 Raghunandan Rao ................. 10 Alok ..................................... 8 Kusuma ................. 9 Vidya .......................................... +Eshawara Hebbar ............... +Sudha ........................Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy ......................................... +Balakrishna Rao ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 7 Seshappa Hebbar .................. +Dananjaya ..................................... +Madhav ...................................... 10 Adithya ............................................ 9 Vishak Rao ................................................................................ +Ramesh Rao ......... +Vasant Rao ............ 9 Balasubramanya Bhat .... 9 Chandan Rao ................................................................................................................... 9 Rakshitha ............................................................................. 8 Radhakrishna Hebbar ............................................... +Gayathri ................................................. +Vidya .................................................................................................. +Sreelatha ...... 10 Shashank .................................................................................. 9 Leela ............. 6 Gangamma ........................................................................... 9 Shashank ......... 9 Lavanya .......................................................................................................... 9 Aswin Rao .. 9 Kartik Rao .............................................................................................................. 9 Mukunda Rao ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... +Suma ........... 9 Sreevatsa Achar .................. 10 Prajna ............ +Rekha ........................................................... +Seetamma ................. 7 Jahnavi ......................................... 9 Jyothi ......................................................................................... 9 Seetha 75 ......................................................................... 7 Sunanda ................. 9 Swathi .............................................................................................

................................................................................... 8 Malathi 76 .............. +Gangamma ................ +Madhav Achar Bailoor ............................................................... +Triveni ........................................................... +Vijaya .......................................................... 10 Son ..................... 9 Gowrav Hebbar .............................................................. +Anajani ................................. 10 Sagar ...... 9 Praveen Punchithayya ............... +Sunanda ............................. +Laxmikanth ............................................................ +Kishore Rao ....................Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy ....................... 10 Viviktha ...... 7 Rajashekar Hebbar ............................... 8 Ravindra Hebbar ................................. 7 Ananthakrishna Hebbar ............................... 9 Kartik Hebbar ................................... 8 Bharathi .................... 9 Vignesh Hebbar ..................................... 7 Raghava Achar ....................... 7 Ravishankar Hebbar ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 10 Niharika ............................................................................................................................................................. 9 Amitha ............................................................................................................................ +Shyamala ....... 9 Gowtham Hebbar ............................................................................ +Ramachandra Holla ........ +Madhusudan .................................................................................................................................... 9 Veena ............................... 8 Sumathi ............................ +Sashidar Kote ...................................... 6 Ramachandra Achar ................ 9 Shilpa ............................................................................... 9 Anish Bailoor ......... 8 Akshatha .... 9 Nagesh Bailoor ....................................................... +Shankaranaryana Punchithayya .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. +Leela .................. 8 Champa ........................................................................................................................................... 8 Kavya ...... 8 Kaveri ................. 9 Agasthya Hebbar ................................................... 7 Radhika .................................. +Poornima ..................................................... 8 Pundarika Hebbar ................................................. 8 Rajashree ..................................

................................................ 8 Jayaprakash .. +Jyothi ............................................ 9 Sachin ..................................................... 8 Radhakrishna ...................... 9 Jeevitha .................................. 9 Gururaj ......................... +Tulasi ........................ 9 Geeta ..................... 9 Sahana ................ 8 Balakrishna ..... +Raghavendra ............................................. +Subbanna ..................................................................... +Satish Rao ............................. +Sudha .. 8 Sandhya ........................ 9 Akila .................. +Amitha ....................................................................................... 10 Aishwarya .......................................................... 8 Sreemathi .......................................................................................................................................................... 9 Rajgopal .................................................................. 8 Shanthi .. 9 Shravya 77 ......................................................................................................... 9 Venugopal ........................................................................................ 9 Kishan ................................................................................. 9 Shubha ................ +Shyama Rao .....................................Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy ...................................................................... 8 Rajeev Achar ........................ 8 Sulochana ............. +Chandrashekar .... 9 Akshetha ......... +Chandramathi ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 9 Guruprasad ................................................................................................. 7 Gopalakrishna Achar ........ 9 Abijith ....................... +Deepa .................................................................. 9 Shruti .................. +Subramanya Rao ............................................. +Subraya Ammannaya .............................................................................................................................................. 9 Sowmya ........................................................................................................................................ 7 Lalithamma ................................................................................................................... 10 Chaitra ....... 8 Prabha ...................................................................................................... +Laxminarayana Kadambalithaya ......................................................................... 9 Sneha ..................... +Ganapathi Rao ........................... 8 Sumangala ......................................................................

............................................................. 8 Vasantha .... 7 Saroja ...................................................................... 8 Saroja .......................................................................... 8 Rajarama Acharya b: 27 Dec 1941 ...................... 9 Harish ......................................................................................................... 8 Suresha ............................... 9 Daughter ................................................................................................................................. 7 Vadiraja Achar ........................................................................................... +Kishor Udupa ..... 8 Asha ........................ +Gangamma ............................................. 8 Rajesh ........... +Susan Levant b: 27 Jul 1938 ...................................................................................................... 9 Balakrishna ............................. +Rama .............................................................................................................................................. 7 Kaveriamma .............................. 9 Arjunraj ............................................. 8 Vignesh .......................... 5 Shankaranarayana Achar .... 9 Shaarvari ................................. +Padmavathi ......................................................................................................................... 6 Ramanna Achar ............. +Shridevi ...... +Keshava Nidwannayya ..................... 9 Daughter ......................................................................................................... 8 Usha .................................................... +Savitri ................................................................................... 7 Aravinda Achar ................................. +Sunitha .................................... +Jayalaxmi ............ +Laxminarayana ...... +Savitha .... 8 Satish .............................................. 8 Rekha ................................................................................ 7 Venkatramana Achar ....................................................................................... 6 Ramakrishna Achar ........................................................................................................... 9 Daughter ..... 9 Daughter ............ 9 Parimala ......................... +Kaveriamma b: 24 Oct 1924 .......................Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy ......................................................................... +Keshava Baipadithaya ................ 9 Girish ............................ 9 Prithvi ..................... 9 Sarala ............................. 9 Suraj Arthur Achar b: 02 Feb 1967 78 ........................................ 8 Ramakrishna ...............................................

............................... +Shantha ............................. +Poornima .................................................................................................................. +Mohan Acharya .......................... 10 Anusha ............................D................. +Laxmi ......................... 10 Srikantha Rao ........... +Ajith Kumar Idya ....................................................................................................................................................... 8 Satyanarayana Achar ................ 10 Nishad ................................ 9 Padma ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 8 Chandrashekar Achar ........................................................................................... 9 Savitha ............... 8 Snehalatha .... 10 Apoorva .................. 9 Promod Yadpadithaya ............................................................................... 10 Atul Idya ............................................ 10 Sachin Rao ................................................................................................... 7 Keshava Achar ............................................... +Achala ................................................... 10 Nikitha ........................... +Umesh K................ +Irina Moroz ..................................................................................................................... 9 Srinidhi Achar ............................................................................................................ +B... Rao ................. 8 Savitri ............................................. +Suriti Kundu b: 01 Sep 1968 ............................................................. 9 Lakshmeesha ............... 9 Shawn R...........................Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy ................................................................................. 9 Savitha ........................................................................................... 9 Shishir Yadpadithaya 79 .................... 8 Anantha Achar .................................................................................................................. +Manohar .............. 8 Jayasheela .................. 10 Son ... 10 Ravi Jay Achar b: 14 Sep 2006 . 9 Avinash Achar ....... +Thimmaiah ........ 9 Puspa . +Smitha ..................................................................................................... Achar b: 09 May 1971 ............................ 9 SriKrishna Rao ............................................................ 10 Jivan Dev Achar b: 11 Aug 2003 .................................................. 10 Danil Shawn Achar b: 15 May 2008 ................................................................. Rao ........................ +Narayana Yadpadithaya ............................................................................................................................ 10 Anvitha ...................................................................................................................K............................................... 7 Laxmana Achar ................................... 10 Rohan Raj Achar b: 20 Oct 1999 ................................

............................................... 7 Kaveriamma ..................... +Akhilesh Rao .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 10 Sharnya .................................................................................................................... 9 Suraj Kolathaya ............ +Ravikumar ........................................................................................................... 9 Sparsha ............................... +Gopalakrishna Tolpady ...................................... 9 Srikanth Kolathaya ............................................................................................................................................................ +Vinutha ............................................... 8 Vijayalaxmi ........................................................................................................ +Valentino Railard ... 9 Geetha ......Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy ...................................................................... 9 Shruti .......................................................................................... 9 Sunil Kolathaya .................................................. 9 Manoj Tolpady ....... 9 Santhosh Kolathaya ........................................................................... 9 Kiran ........................................................ 8 Ranganatha Kolathaya ........................................................ 9 Reetu .............................................................................. 10 Keerthan ........... +Shobha ..................................................................................... +Ambika ............ +Jaya ............. +Reshma ............................................................. 10 Minal 80 ................... +Venkatramana Kolathaya .................................... 8 Bharathi ................................... 8 Sukumara Kolathaya . 9 Kishore Kolathaya .......... +Chitra ....................................... 9 Harsha Kolathaya .............. +Ravikala ................ 9 Shailesh Kolathaya ............... 9 Sudhir Kolathaya ......................................................................................................... 10 Shayari ............. +Savitri ................................................... 9 Pradeep Kolathaya .................................. +Manunath Chinya ...................... +Sushma ............................................................................................................ 10 Shreya ................................................................................................ +Manjari ........................................................................................................................................................ +Laximinarayana Sharalaya ................................................................................... 8 Subramanya Kolathaya ........................................... +w/o Harsha ......................... +Vinod Bhat ..................................................... 8 Narayana Kolathaya ..................

................................................................................ 9 Shilpa ...... +Vanitha ............................................................ +Susheela .................. 9 Sisheer ................................................................. 10 Son ............................................... +Chetan Tolpady ..................Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy ....................... 9 Megha ......................................... 9 Shilpa ..................................... +Ramesh ....................................................................................... 9 Deepa ........ 9 Ramya ....................................................................................................................................... 8 Asha .................................................................................................................... 8 Raghupathi Achar ..................................................................................................... 8 Yadukumar Kolathaya ........................................................ 10 Madini ...................................................................................... +Mutatekar ......... 9 Naveen ...................................................... 9 Kiran ........ 8 Rekha . 10 Krithik ........... 8 Ramamoorthy Achar 81 ........................................................................................................... 9 Madan ............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 8 Balakrishna Kolathaya .................................. +Meera .................... 9 Anuradha ..... 9 Reshma ......... +Shyamala .................... 9 Greesma ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 9 Rinya .................... +Laxmi ..................................................................... 9 Kavitha ................. +Shobha ............................................................................................ 7 Narayan Rao . +Maya ............................................ 9 Sharavan Achar ............ 8 Narayana Achar ..................... 8 Jagadeesha Achar .............................................. 9 Gagan Achar ............................... 7 Damodara Achar . 8 Manamohan Achar ................................................................... +Jagadeesh .................................................... 9 Gururaj Kolathaya ........................................................................... 10 Ninad ...................................................... +Puspha .......................................................... +Veena ............................................ 9 Spoorthi ................................

.................. 7 Saraswathi ............... 8 Prabha ........ +Vishnu Kedilaya ........................................... +Winni ...... 8 Malavika ......................................................................................................... +[9] Dayananda ........................................................................... 9 Amrith ......................... +Mallika .............................................. 7 [5] Ganga ..................................................................................... 8 [18] Rama ............................................................................................................................... +Radhika ....................................................................................................................................... +[4] Shankaranarayana Kedilaya ............................... 8 [14] Lalitha .............. +[7] Atloor Venkatakrishna Somayaji .......... +Suresh ............................................................................................................................. 8 Rajani ................. 9 Krishna Achar .................................... 10 [10] Snehalatha ...................................................................................... 9 Shreya ........................................ 9 Vivek Pejavar .............................................................. +Prema ... 8 [3] Ravi Achar .....................................................Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy ........................... 9 [21] Shrikara .................................................................................................................. 7 Raghavendra Achar ................................. +[20] Leela ................................ 9 Sowjanya ..................................................................... 8 [24] Kusuma ............................................................... 8 Usha ... 9 [17] Rajashree ...................................... 8 [19] Ramakrishna Kedilaya .......................... +[11] h/o Snehalatha .................................................................................................... +Shantha 82 ... 10 [13] Raghavendra ................................................................................................................. 9 [16] Ravi ....... 9 Veda ......... 9 [8] Padma ......................................................................... +[15] Rajaram ......................................................................... 10 [12] Gururaj ............................................... 9 [22] Shubha ..... 8 [6] Savitri ................................................................ 7 Anantha Achar ........................................................................ +h/o Prabha ................................................................... +Satish Pejavar .. 8 [23] Indira ....................................... *2nd Wife of [3] Ravi Achar: ................... 9 Ajith ...............................................................................................................................

.................................................................................... 10 Kavya . 8 [28] Vyasa Rao . 9 [36] Surekha .................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 9 Swapna ................................................. +Sreenivasa Potty ............................................................... +Sunandamma ... +Rao Bahadoor Shreepathi Rao ............................................... +[26] Narayana Achar ................................................... 7 Venktakrishna Kadambalithaya ............. 9 [43] Harsha Ital ....................................... +Shailini ........... 9 [40] Prashanth Achar ............................................... +[34] Gururaj Ithal ................................................................... 7 Sridhar Kadambalithaya ..................... 10 Karthik ....................................................................................................... 9 [33] Sujatha ......................................................... +[44] Mrudula ................................................................................................. +Narayana Kakura .......... 8 Raghuram Achar ....................................................................... 9 Sudarshana .......... 8 Padma .......................................................................................................... +Vanaja ................................... 8 Murali Achar .. 8 [41] Shakunthala ............................................................................... 8 [37] Satymoorthy Achar .................................................................................. 7 [27] Laxmi Kadambalithaya ........................... 9 [39] Prakash Achar ................................................................. +Ratna ............ 7 Narayana Kadambalithaya ....................... 10 Vijayetha .......................................................... +[42] Ramachandra Ital ............................... +[38] Prabha ................................................................................................................................................ 6 Kamala ....................................................... +[29] Jaya ............................................................................................... L................................................... 6 Bhageerathi ..................................................... +Usha .......... +[31] Savitha ... 10 [35] Abhishek ... 8 Geetha ............................................................................................ 10 [32] Laxmi ..............................................Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy ...................... 9 [30] Sudhakar Rao .......................... 9 Prashantha 83 .................................................................................................................... 9 [45] Raghavendra Ital ......... Shastry ................................ +Chennakeshava Kadambalithaya .... +M............................... 9 Ananditha .....................

................................... +Ramesh ............................ 10 Smeetha .................................................................... +Shankar Rao .................. 9 Suman ............... 9 Suraj Bhat .................................................................................................Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy .............. 9 Shridhara .............................................................................. 9 Sudheer .... 10 Son ......................................................................................... 8 Bhageerathi ................................. +Rekha .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 8 Subramanya Kadambalithaya ........................ L..................................................................................... +Sreenivasa ... 9 Prathima . 9 Suma ................................................................................ +Ramadasa ............ 9 Rajesh ........................................................................................................................................ 9 Apsara ..................... 9 Rama ..................................................................................... 9 Divya .. 10 Son .......................... 9 Swathi ..................................... +Deepa ..... 8 Keshava Kadambalithaya ............................ 9 Supriya ..... +Rajiraj ...................................................................... +Sandhya ............. 9 Deepika ........... 8 Satyabhama ..................... +Akhila ......................................... +Raghavendra ....................................... +Linda ..................................... +Sandhya .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. +Y. 9 Poornima ......................... 7 Soubadra .............................................. +Kivn ................................................................................................... 8 Surya Kadambalithaya ..... 10 Shrikrishna ... +Raghavendra Rao ....................................................... 9 Sanjay Bhat .............................. +Sannutha ...................................... Bhat .... +Sreenivasa Sampigethaya 84 ..................................................................................... +Sreedevi ..... 8 Laxmi .............. 9 Rathi ...................................................... 9 Santhosh ..........................................................................................................................

..................................... 9 Rakesh ........................... +Ranganatha 85 ....... 10 Daughter ...... 9 Sunil ............................................................................................................ +Ratnakara ..................................................................................................................................................... 10 Shreya .... +Aravind ......... 9 Savitha .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 9 Krishnamurthy ........................ 10 Son ........................... +Ganesh Rao ..................... 9 Anuradha ........ 9 Bindu ........................................................................................ 10 Daughter ........................................................................................................ 9 Suchithra ............................................................................................................................................................ 9 Subhadra .................................................... 10 Son ..................................... +Manjunatha .......................................... +Sulochana ................. +Girish ...........................................................Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy .......... 10 Son ........................ 9 Niveditha ........................................ 10 Son ................................. +Gopal ......................................................................................................................................................................... 8 Ahalya ........................... +Krishnamurthy ................................... 10 Varun ...................................................................................................................................... 10 Son ........................................... 10 Gowri ...................................................................................... 8 Chenkeshava Sampigethaya ................................ +Rajendra ................................................................... 9 Beena .. 9 Arathi . 8 Vijaya ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 8 Prabhakar Sampigethaya .......................... 9 Shrikantha ................................................ 9 Nandakishor ..................................................... 9 Padmaja ............................................................................................................................................................... +Milind ..................................................... +Bindu ................................................................................................. +Jamuna ................................................................. 10 Pannaga .... 10 Son .. +Arpana ................ 10 Daughter .................. 9 Srivatsa ....................................................

...................... +Satyanarayana Yerkadithaya ................................................................................................... 9 Prakash Kudvennaya ........................... 8 Vijaya Raghava Padvetnaya ..................................................... 9 Sharathkrishna Padvetnaya ........................................................................... 8 Vijayakumari ............................. 9 Balachandra ................................................ 8 Chandrika ................................ 9 Sandeep .................................................... +Laxminarayana ............................................................................................ 9 Prathoma ............................. 7 Bhageerathi ............ +Gopalakrishna Kalluraya ......................... 9 Arun Yerkadithaya . +Srikanth ............................... +Seetarama Kekunnaya .................................. 9 Rohit Kalluraya ................ 9 Ramakrishna ................................ 9 Gouri .......................................................................................................................... 8 Vijayalaxmi ..................................... 10 Shayari .... +Husband ........................................ 9 Anjali ................................................................................................... 9 Aravind ................................................................................................................................................................................ 7 Gopala Achar .................................................................... 9 Rajit Kalluraya 86 .. 7 Lopamudre ................................................................................................................................ 10 Shreya ....................................................................................... 8 Subramanya Kalluraya ............ 10 Rohith ........................ +Bujanga Rao .................. +Namita ....................... +Narasimha Manja ............................................ 9 Shobha .......................................................................................................................................... +Hariprasad Kudvennaya ......... +Gangamma .....................Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy .................. 8 Kaveriamma ............................................................................................................................................................ 7 Satyabhama .................................. 9 Akshatha ...................... +Ajay ...................................................................................................................... 6 Shankaranarayana Achar ............................................... +Rama Padvetnaya ................................................................................................................. 8 Aruna . 9 Shridhara Manja ........................ 9 Suma .................... +Kusuma ........................................................ 9 Sandhya ............................

..................................................... 9 Sushma ................ 9 Preetish ........................................................................................................................... +Girish ............... 8 Rama .................................................. 9 Priyanka ........................................... 8 Vasanthi .................. +Venkat Rao .................................................. +Girija ...................................................................................................................................................... 8 Satish Achar ........ +Venkatramana Rao ............................................................. +Prasad ................................... 7 Ramakrishna Achar .............................. 8 Udayakumar Rao ........ 8 Sukumar Kalluraya ................. +Pushpalatha .............................................................. 9 Madhuri ................................................................................................ 9 Amogh .. 8 Raviraj Achar ....................... 8 Gururaja Achar .. +Janikirama Tolpadithaya ............................................................... +Kamalaxi ........................................................................................ +Raghvendrachar .................................... 8 Sudhindra Achar ................................................ 9 Kiran Kalluaraya ............................................................................. 9 Rashmi ......................................................... 9 Kavya ............................................................. 9 Murali Mohan Rao ......................... 8 Sudha ................................... 9 Ramya ........Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy ................................. 9 Adarsh Achar ........ 9 Ambika ..... 9 Sriharsha Kalluraya ............................................................................................ +Ashok . +Geetha .................................................................................................................. 9 Prashantachar ............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 8 Sujatha 87 .................................................................. +Veena . 7 Shankara Achar ................ 7 Kamala ............................ 8 Rupa . 8 Mohana Kalluraya .................. 7 Keshava Achar .................................................... +Mamatha ............................................................. 8 Premalatha .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 9 Samrudh Rao ................. 8 Shobha ........................................

................. 6 Savitri ...........................................................................................................................................Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy ..................................................... 9 [16] Ravi ...... +[20] Leela ..................................... 10 Son ............................................................................... +Vasudeva Putturaya ...................... 8 [24] Kusuma ......................... 7 Gangamma .......................................................................................................................... 10 Ashwini ......................................................... 10 [12] Gururaj ..................................... 8 [18] Rama ................................... 8 [14] Lalitha ............................. 7 Bhageerathi ... +Ramakrishna Kedilaya ..... +[11] h/o Snehalatha ............................... 8 Ramakrishna Putturaya .............. 9 [22] Shubha ...................... 8 [23] Indira ........ 10 Son ................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 9 Mamatha ............................................... 9 Latha ...................................................................................... +Giriprasad ................................................................................................................................................... +Savitri ........................................... 8 [6] Savitri ...................... +Chandrashekara Holla . +[15] Rajaram .......................... 10 [13] Raghavendra .......................................................................................................................... 10 Son ......................................................................................................................................... 10 [10] Snehalatha ................................. 9 Smitha ......................................................................... +Vishnumurthy Rao ....... 9 Om Prakash Rao 88 .................................................... 9 Gayathri .......................................................................... +[9] Dayananda ................ 9 [17] Rajashree ......................................................... +[7] Atloor Venkatakrishna Somayaji .............. 8 [19] Ramakrishna Kedilaya ... +[5] Ganga ........ 8 Lalitha .................. 9 Arpitha ......................................................... +h/o Gayathri .................................................................................................................................................... 9 Son ............................................................................................................................ 9 [8] Padma ............................................................................................ +Sriniivasa Rao ................................................................. 10 Daughter ............... 7 [4] Shankaranarayana Kedilaya .......... 9 [21] Shrikara .....................

..................................... 9 Raghavendra ............................................................................................................................................................................ +Umesh ................................................................................................................... 9 Son .................. 8 Chandini ...................... 7 Kaveriamma .......................................... 9 Sudhir Rao ............................................................... 9 Santosh ................................................ 9 Daughter .................... +Sridhar Rao .....................................Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy .................... 9 Mohit Putturaya ......... 8 Daughter ........................................... 8 Srinivasa Putturaya ..................................................................................... 7 Kamala ................................................................. +Sundar Rao ....................................................... 9 Nagesh Rao ....................................................................................................................................................... 8 Manorama ................................................................................ 8 Shankara Putturaya ............ 9 Kavitha .. +Eeswara Malathaya ...................................................................................... +Annaje Hebbar ............................................................................ 9 Shubha ..................................................................................................... +w/o Vasudeva ................................ 7 Kaveriamma ........................................................................................ 9 Umesh Putturaya ....................... 8 Narayana Rao .............................. +Vimala ....................................... 8 Radha 89 ............ +Srinivasayya .... 8 Radhakrishna Malathaya .......................... 8 Padmanabha Putturaya .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 9 Daughter ..................................... +Krishna Pajethaya .... +Jyothi ....... +h/o Chandini .................... 8 Vasudeva Hebbar ............................. 8 Subramanya Putturaya ........................... 6 Gangamma .................................................................................................................................. 9 Sunil Rao ........................................................... 10 Karan Pajethaya ............ +Rama ............. 9 Son ....................................................................................................................... +Susheela .............................................. 9 Vikram Malathaya .... 9 Usha ...... 8 Seema ..... 9 Raviprakash ....................................

..... 9 Sachin .................................................................................................................................................... 8 Mohan Rao ................................................................................................................. 10 Anuj . +Malathi .......................... 9 Archana .............. +Vasumathi .......................................................... 9 Sharat Kumar Tantri ......................................................................................... +Satish ....... 10 Sahana ................................................................ 9 Sandhya ......................... +Nithin Rao ........... +Prithviraj ...................... +Dhinraj ...................... 9 Anupama . 8 Vasanthi ... +Murali ...... +Jaya ................. 9 Shailini . 10 Amrut Rao ................................................................ 9 Suman ....................................................................................................................Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy ........................................................................ 9 Santhosh Kumar Tantri ................................................ 8 Balakrishna Rao .. 9 Jyostna ....................................................................................... +Srinivasa Tantri ................. +K.................................................................................N............................................................................................................................................................................... 8 Malathi .......................... 9 Savitha ............................ 8 Sharada ................................................................. 10 Arjun ..................................................................................... +Kumari ................................................... 9 Jayashree .......................................... +Srinivasa Tantri ............................................................... +Arun Rao ....................................................... 10 Avinash Rao ................................................................... Ithal .............................. 8 Bhaskar Rao .................................... 9 Shymala ............................................................. 10 Bhavana ............................................................................................................................... +Balakrishna ... 9 Prashant Rao .......... +Ramamurthy ........................................................ 10 Nikitha 90 .................................................................................................................................... 8 Subba Rao ................ +Vasudeva Rao ............................................................................. 8 Janaki ................................ 7 Saraswathi ... +Shashikala ........................................................................................................................................................................................

.......................................................... 8 Sanjay ....................................................................................................................................................... 9 Ashwin ....... 8 Krupalaxmi ................................. 9 Daughter ... 8 Sujatha ................................................................................... +Mahalaxmi 91 ... 6 Padmanabha Achar ........................................................................ +Vishnumurthy Hebbar ........................................... 5 Srinivasa Achar .......... +w/o Gopalakrishna .............................................. +Vishala ........ 8 Ashoka ......................................................................... +Jayashobini ......................................................... 7 Jayalaxmi . 7 Savitri ...................................................Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy ...................................................................... 7 Srinivasa Achar ............... 8 Kshyama ..... 9 Son .................................................. 9 Keerthana .............................. +Radhakrishna Kalluraya ....................................................... +Praphulla ......... +Shreepathy Bhat .................................................................. +Dinakar Rao ............................................... 8 Sudha ................................................................................................. +Sudha .............................................. 8 Girish Achar ................................................ 7 Laxminarayana .............................................................................................................................................. 7 Shreepathy .......................................................................................................... 9 Pavana ... 8 Nagesh ............................ 6 Gopalakrishna Achar . 8 Savitha ..................... +Sudha ....... 8 Dinesh ................................... 8 Rajesh .................................. +Raghavendra ................................... +Shyamasunder ............................................. +Parameshwari . 9 Vijaya ................ 9 Krupa ............................................................. 9 Meghana ........................................................................................................................................... 8 Hari Nagesh ................... +w/o Srinivasa ................................................................................ 7 Narayana Achar ................................................................................... 9 Vidya .. 6 Srinivasa Achar ..............................................................

+Radhakrishna Kedilaya .................................. 7 Vedavathi ............................................................................................................................................................. 8 Sowmya .. +Anantharama Baltilaya .................................................................................................................... 8 Savitri ........................... +Ramakrishna Kadambalithaya ................. 7 Shankara Narayana Baipadithaya ... 8 Bharathi ................. 9 Dhatri ................................................. 9 Vipul Baipadithaya ....... +Venkatramana Baipadithaya ............................. +Vanamala ...................................................... +Subba Rao . 8 Krishna Baipadithaya ..................................... 8 Janardana Baipadithaya .................................................................................................................................. 8 Prema ............... 8 Vasuda 92 .................................................................... 8 Sunithi ..................................................... 9 Suchaitha ....................................................... +Satish ........................ +Anantharama Nalluraya .................................................................................................................................................................................. 9 Anjali . 8 Rama ................................. 6 Gangamma ........ 9 Medha ...Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy ................................................................................................... 9 Alok Baipadithaya .................................................................................... +Jayalaxmi ..... 9 Sowmya ................................................................ 9 Anup Baipadithaya ................................................................................... 9 Preet .... +Leelavathi .................................................................................... 8 Nagesh Baipadithaya .................................................................................................................................................................................................... +Shantha ..... 8 Gururaj Achar ................ 9 Vasanthi .. +Narayana .......................................................................................................... 8 Indira ........................................... 9 Suratna ....................................................... 9 Madhura ............ 8 Kumaraswamy Baipadithaya ................ 8 Sudhakara Baipadithaya ................................................................ 7 Srinivasa Baipadithaya ............... 9 Madan Baipadithaya ................................................................... 7 Anantha Krishna Achar ....... +w/o Srinivasa ....................................................................................... +Vasanthi ...........................................................................

...................... +Vishnu ................... 8 Shreepathi Kedilaya ................................................................................................................................................. +w/o Krishna Achar .................... 8 Satyavathi .................................. 8 Ratnangi ...................... 8 Rajhna ... +Eswaraprasad Kadambalithaya . +Saraswathi ............. 10 Anvitha 93 ............................................... 7 Gangamma .............. 7 Laxminarayana Achar ................................. 6 [25] Vishnu Achar ....................................................... 8 Girish Kedilaya .......... 8 Padmavathi ......................................................... 9 Suman ......................... 7 Sharade ......................... +Ashwath ......................................................... 9 Gururaja Achar .................................................................... 8 Vittala Achar ...................................................... 10 Anvesh ........................................... +w/o Vishnu Achar ................................................ 3 Krishna Achar .................................................................................................................................. 9 Amrutalatha ... 9 Sachin Kedilaya .. 4 Vishnu Achar .......... 6 Sharade ................................................... +Gururaja Paddilaya .................................................................................. +Rama Kalluraya ........................................................................................................................ +Vasumathi ................. +w/o Krishna Achar ............. 9 Guruprasad Achar ............................................... +Udaya Kumar ................................Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy .............................................................. 8 Anasuya ................... 9 Bhanupriya ..................... 9 Prasannalatha ............................................................ +Gangamma .......... +Ramesh ................................................................................................................................................... 8 Kaveri .................................................................... +Jayaprakash Oppanthaya .................................................................................................................................................. +Pallavi ............ 8 Gopalakrishna Kedilaya ............... 10 Advaith Anvesh ... 5 Krishna Achar ................................................................. +Prema ........................................ +Ramanna Kedilaya .............................................................. +Venkatramana Kolathaya ................................................................................................................

.................................... +Bhageerathi ....... 7 Anantha Achar ..................................................................... 8 Shankara Narayana Achar . 8 Bhageerathi ........................................................................................................................... +T................................................................................ 9 Padmanabha Achar ......................................... +Raviprakash Muchinnaya .............. +Ratnavathi ......................... +Padmavathi ......................... +Kaveriamma ............................................................. +Narayana Ballullaya ............... +Nagaraja Acharya ....................... 9 Vinaya Achar 94 ................................................................................................................... +Padmanabha Rao . 10 Akshar ............................................................................................... +Yumanamma .................... 8 Gopalakrishna Achar . 8 Prema ................................... *2nd Wife of [25] Vishnu Achar: ............................. 8 Suryamurthy Achar ............................................................. +Subraya Bhat ............Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy ............ 9 Savita ........... +Ratna ................... 9 Krishnaprasad Achar ........................................ +Shantha . 9 Anantharama Achar ............................................................................................. +Saroja .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. +Vasudeva Ungrupulithaya ............................................ 9 Bhagya .............................................................................................. 7 Padmanabha Achar .................. Mohan Rao ................ 8 Krishna Achar ................................................................ 9 Sumantha Raja Achar .................................................................................................................... +Premaleela ... 9 Smita ..... 9 Sahana .................................................................................... 9 Narayana Achar ......................................................................... 8 Leelavathi ................... 9 Veena ....................................................................... 8 Prabhakara Achar ................................................................................... 8 Savitri .................................... 9 Guruprasad Achar ............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 8 Vishnu Achar ......... 9 Kavery ........... 9 Gururaja Achar .................................... 9 Sowmya ............................... 9 Rohini ....................................................

..... +Shobha Rani ......... 8 Rajagopala Achar ....... +Rekha ............................................... +Shivarama Sharalaya ............... 9 Sneha . +Mohanasharma .......................................................Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy ......................................................................................................... +Geeta ..................................... +Radhakrishnaiah ...................................................................................................................... 9 Ashwin Achar ................. 8 Sumana ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... +Shobha Rani .................................. 9 Santhosh Achar ................... +Anusuya .................................................................................... +Narayana .................... +Someshekara Ballullaya ........................................................... 8 Shanta ................. 7 Padmavathi ...... +Rama .. 9 Awati 95 ................... +Prakash Kedilaya ................................. 8 Ravindar Achar ................................................................... 9 Ajith Achar ..................................................................................... 9 Sandeepa Achar ........................................................................................ 7 Vasudeva Achar ....... 8 Venugopala Achar ............ 7 Shridhara Achar .......................................................................... +Sharada ............................................... 8 Nirmala ............................... 8 Umesha Achar ...................... 8 Radhakrishna Achar .... 9 Kartik Achar ..... +Ananda .. 9 Smita .. 8 Pundarikaksha Achar ......................... 9 Vinuta ................................................................................................ 8 Vijayalaxmi ............................. 8 Raghavendra Achar .................................... +Kamalaxi ................................................................... 8 Udayakumar Achar ....................................................................................................... 9 Viswas ...... 9 Shruti ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 8 Shyamala ..... 9 Usha ............................ +Rajani ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 9 Prakash Achar ........ 8 Rohini ..................

Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy

......................................... 7 Satyavathi
............................................... +Seetharama Shagrithaya
......................................... 7 Chandrashekara Achar
............................................... +Shantha
................................................ 8 Hemalatha
...................................................... +Radhakrishna
................................................ 8 Jayalaxmi
...................................................... +Vijaya Balakrishna
................................................ 8 Sujatha
...................................................... +Ranganatha
................................................ 8 Ashalatha
...................................................... +Raghuram Bhat
....................................................... 9 Son
................................................ 8 Gurprasad Acharya
...................................................... +Lavanya
.................................. 6 Kavery
.................................. 6 Ranga Achar
........................................ +Kaveriamma
......................................... 7 Padmavathi
............................................... +Vishnumurthy Nalluraya
................................................ 8 Sukumara Nalluraya
...................................................... +Sashikala
....................................................... 9 Shanta
............................................................. +Aravinda
................................................ 8 Vijaya
...................................................... +Seetarama Upadyaya
....................................................... 9 Prasanna Upadyaya
............................................................. +Poornima
.............................................................. 10 Pooja
....................................................... 9 Anita
............................................................. +Rajendra
.............................................................. 10 Ananth
.............................................................. 10 Abhin
....................................................... 9 Prashanth Upadyaya
................................................ 8 Kaveriamma
...................................................... +Shivakrishna Somayaji
....................................................... 9 Sumana
............................................................. +Raghupathy
.............................................................. 10 Nayana
.............................................................. 10 Vinaya
....................................................... 9 Krishnamurthy Somayaji
................................................ 8 Subramanya Nalluraya
...................................................... +Prasanna
....................................................... 9 Chitrika
....................................................... 9 Souraba
................................................ 8 Ranganatha Nalluraya

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...................................................... +Jayalaxmi
....................................................... 9 Pratishta Nalluraya
....................................................... 9 Pritvin Nalluraya
................................................ 8 Gopalakrishna Nalluraya
...................................................... +Kusuma
....................................................... 9 Gururaja Nalluaraya
....................................................... 9 Srinidhi Nalluaraya
................................................ 8 Malini
...................................................... +Jayantha
....................................................... 9 Archana
....................................................... 9 Ajay
................................................ 8 Satyamurthy Nalluraya
...................................................... +Sashikala
....................................................... 9 Varsha
......................................... 7 Yamunamma
............................................... +Narayana
................................................ 8 Ratna Kumar
...................................................... +Hemalatha
................................................ 8 Nalini
...................................................... +Sreenivasa Kedilaya
....................................................... 9 Savita
....................................................... 9 Sandeepa
................................................ 8 Ranganatha
...................................................... +Shreya
....................................................... 9 Shreya
....................................................... 9 Ananya
......................................... 7 Bhavani
............................................... +Ananthakrishna Kuddannaya
................................................ 8 Krishnamurthy Kuddannaya
...................................................... +Shobha
....................................................... 9 Deviprasad
....................................................... 9 Deepika
................................................ 8 Prabhakara Kuddannaya
...................................................... +Laxmi
....................................................... 9 Pranam
................................................ 8 Prakash Kuddannaya
...................................................... +Beena
................................................ 8 Pramod Kuddannaya
......................................... 7 Radha
............................................... +Subraya Bhat
................................................ 8 Manohara Bhat
...................................................... +Shubha
....................................................... 9 Dhanyashree
................................................ 8 Muralidhara Bhat
................................................ 8 Nirupama
................................................ 8 Manjunatha Bhat

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......................................... 7 Jayarama Achar
............................................... +Jayanthi
................................................ 8 Sudhakara Achar
...................................................... +Sashiprabha
....................................................... 9 Sanjana
................................................ 8 Guruprasad Achar
...................................................... +Radhika
................................................ 8 Ratanraja Achar
......................................... 7 Sumitra
............................................... +Padmanabhachar
................................................ 8 Shobha
................................................ 8 Pratiba
................................................ 8 Ganesha
.......................... 5 Narayana Achar
................................ +w/o Narayana Achar
.................................. 6 Subraya Achar
........................................ +Padmavathi
.................................. 6 Narasimha Achar
........................................ +Bhageerathi
......................................... 7 Rama
............................................... +Ramakrishna Noorithaya
................................................ 8 Sudindra Noorithaya
...................................................... +Anupama
................................................ 8 Asha
...................................................... +Satyamurthy
....................................................... 9 Kavya
....................................................... 9 Nidhi
................................................ 8 Lata
...................................................... +Ravi
....................................................... 9 Megha
......................................... 7 Ahalya
............................................... +Ramachandra Kalkoor
................................................ 8 Namita
...................................................... +Krishna
....................................................... 9 Nikhil
................................................ 8 Naveen Kalkoor
.................................. 6 Seetarama Achar
........................................ +Laxmi
......................................... 7 Rajagopala
......................................... 7 Susheela
............................................... +Anantharama Kedilaya
................................................ 8 Murali
................................................ 8 Mamatha
...................................................... +Sameer
....................................................... 9 Son
....................................................... 9 Daughter

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............................................................. 6 Satyabhama ........ 9 [32] Laxmi .............................................................................................................................. +Kaveriamma ........................... 8 Sudeer Achar ...................... 9 Sonali ............................................................ +Shanta ......................................................................................................................................... +Sunitha ......................................... 8 [33] Sujatha ........................................................................................................................................... 7 [28] Vyasa Rao ................................................ 7 Kusuma ..................................................................................................... 8 [39] Prakash Achar ........................................ +[42] Ramachandra Ital ....... +[44] Mrudula .... +Kamala ... 7 Narayana Achar ........... 8 Ashwani ................................................................................. 8 [30] Sudhakar Rao ...... 9 Chaya ........................................................... K..................................... +[38] Prabha ...... +Subraya ...................................... 8 Badriprasad ......................................................... +Vikrama ....... 8 Reshma ... 7 [37] Satymoorthy Achar ..................................... 8 [36] Surekha .......................................................Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy .......................... 5 [46] Padmanabha Achar ................................................................................................................ 8 Dinesh Bhat ........................... 7 [41] Shakunthala ... 9 [35] Abhishek .... 8 Namita ................................... 6 Vasudeva Achar .................................... +[34] Gururaj Ithal ... +Renuka ...... Bhat ............................................................................................................. +P..... 8 [45] Raghavendra Ital 99 .......................................................................................................................... +[29] Jaya .......................... 8 Anil Bhat ......... 8 Swapna ......................... +Suma ................................................................................... 8 [43] Harsha Ital ............. 7 Srikrishna Achar ................................................................................ 8 [40] Prashanth Achar .......................................................................... +[31] Savitha .......... 9 Deeksha ............................................................................................ +[27] Laxmi Kadambalithaya ...... 6 [26] Narayana Achar ...

.......................................................................................................................................... +Ujvala 100 .............................................................. +Sandhya Pejathaya ................................................................ 8 Krishnaraja Aralithaya ............. 8 Ashok Kalluraya ............................. 9 Pooja ......................................... 7 Vasanthi .............................................................................................................. 9 Sagar ................................................................................................................. +Krishnaveni ..................................................Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy ................................................................................ +Anantharama Aralithaya ................................................ 7 Shashikala ..................................... 9 Karishma Pejathaya ................. 9 Yatish ...................... 8 Suntiha ............. +Ramakrishna Kalluraya ........................................................................................................................................................................... +Girish ...................... 9 Krishna Pejathaya ................................................. 8 Veena ......................................................... +Raghavendra Rao ...................... 9 Vinaya Agnithaya ................................ +Bhaskar Rao ......................................................................................................................... 8 Sandhya ........................ +Shweta Pejathaya ......................................................................................................... +Niveditha ............................................................... 6 Srinivasa Achar .............................................. +Prabhakara ........................... 9 Sneha .......................................... 9 Nishant Pejathaya ....... 9 Sanjana Pejathaya .............................................. 9 Nidhisha Pejathaya ..................................................... 8 Krishnaprasad Rao .................. +Roopa Pejathaya ................................ 8 Satish Aralithaya ...................... 7 Sulochana .......................... 9 Vidya ................... 8 Latha ................................ 8 Dinesh Pejathaya ......................................................... +Kavya . 9 Rohan Pejathaya ....................... 8 Girish Pejathaya ................................................................................................... 8 Rajesh Pejathaya ............................................................................................................................................. 8 Nayana .... 9 Devyani Pejathaya ......................................................................... +Ramesh Pejathaya ........... 9 Nikil Rao ............... 7 Vanaja ......... +Krishnamurthy Agnithaya .......

........................... 2 Krishna Achar 101 .......................................... 9 Rachan Rao ....................................................................... 8 Arun Kalluraya ....... 9 Ranjeet Ballal .......... *2nd Wife of [46] Padmanabha Achar: ....................................... +Radhakrishna Ballal ........................Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy ... 2 Shankara Achar ............................................................... +Shankara Narayana Rao .............................................. 8 Ratna ........................................................... 7 Ratna .......................... 9 Ramya ........................ 8 Geeta ..................................... 7 Geetha ................................ 3 Narayana Achar ................................................................................... 9 Rohit Ballal ............................... +Wife ...........

Jagadeesha: 81 Jayarama: 98 Jivan Dev: 79 Kartik: 63 Kartik: 95 Keshava: 79 Keshava: 87 Kittappa: 62 Krishna: 62 Krishna: 82 Krishna: 93 Krishna: 101 Krishna: 93 Krishna: 94 Krishnaprasad: 94 Dr. 99 Prateek: 74 Pundarikaksha: 95 Radhakrishna: 95 Raghava: 76 Raghavendra: 82 Raghavendra: 95 Raghupathi: 81 Raghuram: 83 Rajagopala: 95 Rajeev: 77 Ramachandra: 62 Ramachandra: 62 Ramachandra: 76 Ramakrishna: 71 Ramakrishna: 78 Ramakrishna: 87 Dr. Anantha: 82 Anantha: 79 Anantha: 94 Anantha Krishna: 92 Anantharama: 94 Aravinda: 78 Ashwin: 95 Avinash: 79 Dr. Panduranga: 74 Prabhakara: 94 Prakash: 83. Bhaskar: 63 Chandrashekar: 79 Chandrashekara: 96 Damodara: 81 Danil Shawn: 79 Dinkara: 71 Gagan: 81 Girish: 91 Gopala: 86 Gopalakrishna: 77 Gopalakrishna: 91 Gopalakrishna: 94 Guruprasad: 93 Guruprasad: 94 Guruprasad: 98 Gururaj: 92 Gururaja: 87 Gururaja: 93 Gururaja: 94 Dr. 101 Padmanabha: 94 Padmanabha: 94 Dr. 99 Narayana: 91 Narayana: 101 Narayana: 98 Narayana: 94 Narayana: 99 Padmanabha: 91 Padmanabha: 99.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy Index of Individuals Madhukar: 71 Manamohan: 81 Moorthy: 62 Murali: 71 Dr. Ramamoorthy: 81 Ramanna: 78 Ranga: 96 Ranganatha: 62 Ratanraja: 98 Ravi: 82 Ravi Jay: 79 Ravindar: 95 Raviraj: 87 Rohan Raj: 79 Sandeepa: 95 Santhosh: 95 Satish: 87 Satyanarayana: 79 Satymoorthy: 83. Murali: 83 Narasimha: 98 Narayana: 63 Narayana: 62 Narayana: 81 Narayana: 83. 99 Prakash: 95 Prashanth: 83. 99 Abijith Unnamed: 74 Unnamed: 77 Achala Unnamed: 79 Achar Adarsh: 87 Ajith: 95 Dr. Laxmana: 79 Laxminarayana: 93 102 . 99 Seetarama: 98 Shankar: 71 Shankara: 62 Shankara: 69 Shankara: 87 Shankara: 101 (Paddakka) Padmavathi: 68 Abhijit Unnamed: 64 Abhin Unnamed: 96 Abhishek Unnamed: 83.

Suraj Arthur: 78 Suryamurthy: 94 Udayakumar: 95 Umesha: 95 Vadiraja: 78 Vasudeva: 68 Vasudeva: 99 Vasudeva: 95 Venkatramana: 78 Venugopala: 95 Vinaya: 94 Vishnu: 93 Vishnu: 93. 94 Vishnu: 94 Vittala: 93 w/o Kartik: 63 w/o Kittappa: 62 w/o Krishna: 62 w/o Krishna: 93 w/o Krishna: 93 w/o Narayana: 98 w/o Shankara: 62 w/o Vishnu: 93 Acharya Gurprasad: 96 Mohan: 79 Nagaraja: 94 Raghavendra: 67 Rajarama: 78 Udayashankara: 67 Unnamed: 98 Aishwarya Unnamed: 77 Ajay Unnamed: 97 Unnamed: 86 Ajith Unnamed: 74 Unnamed: 75 Unnamed: 82 Akash Unnamed: 72 Akhila Unnamed: 64 Unnamed: 84 Akila Unnamed: 77 Akshar Unnamed: 94 Akshata Unnamed: 73 Akshatha Unnamed: 76 Unnamed: 86 Akshaya Unnamed: 72 Akshetha Unnamed: 77 Alok Unnamed: 75 Ambika Unnamed: 73 Unnamed: 80 Unnamed: 87 Amitha Unnamed: 76 Unnamed: 77 Ammannaya Ramachandra: 68 Subraya: 77 Amogh Unnamed: 87 Amrith Unnamed: 82 Amrut Unnamed: 70 Amrutalatha Unnamed: 93 Anajani - Adithya Unnamed: 75 Unnamed: 76 Anand - Aditya Unnamed: 62 Unnamed: 65 Unnamed: 73 Agnithaya Krishnamurthy: 100 Vinaya: 100 Ahalya Unnamed: 85 Unnamed: 66 Ananda Unnamed: 95 Ananditha Unnamed: 83 Ananth Unnamed: 96 Ananthakrishna Unnamed: 72 103 .Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy Shankara Narayana: 94 Shankaranarayana: 78 Shankaranarayana: 86 Sharath: 74 Sharavan: 81 Shawn R.: 79 Shreepathy: 71 Shridhara: 95 Sreevatsa: 75 Srikrishna: 99 Srinidhi: 79 Srinivasa: 91 Srinivasa: 91 Srinivasa: 91 Srinivasa: 100 Subraya: 98 Sudeer: 99 Sudhakara: 98 Sudhindra: 87 Sumantha Raja: 94 Sundara: 74 Dr.

Janardana: 92 Keshava: 78 Krishna: 92 Kumaraswamy: 92 Madan: 92 Nagesh: 92 Shankara Narayana: 92 Srinivasa: 92 Sudhakara: 92 Venkatramana: 92 Vipul: 92 Arathi Unnamed: 85 Aravind Unnamed: 85 Unnamed: 86 Aravinda Unnamed: 96 Archana Unnamed: 72 Unnamed: 90 Unnamed: 97 Arjun Unnamed: 74 Unnamed: 90 Balachandra Unnamed: 86 Balakrishna Unnamed: 64 Unnamed: 66 Arjunraj Unnamed: 78 104 . Unnamed: 81 Unnamed: 85 Anusha - Unnamed: 65 Ashok Unnamed: 74 Dr. Unnamed: 87 Ashoka Unnamed: 91 Ashwani Unnamed: 99 Ashwath - Unnamed: 79 Anusuya - Unnamed: 93 Ashwin - Unnamed: 95 Anvesh - Unnamed: 91 Ashwini - Unnamed: 93 Advaith: 93 Anvitha Unnamed: 79 Unnamed: 93 Unnamed: 70 Unnamed: 88 Aswita Unnamed: 64 Awati - Aparna Unnamed: 72 Unnamed: 95 Badriprasad - Apoorva Unnamed: 79 Unnamed: 99 Bailoor - Apsara - Anish: 76 Madhav Achar: 76 Nagesh: 76 Unnamed: 84 Aralithaya Anantharama: 100 Krishnaraja: 100 Satish: 100 Baipadithaya Alok: 92 Anup: 92 Dr.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy Ananya - Arpana - Unnamed: 65 Unnamed: 71 Unnamed: 97 Unnamed: 62 Unnamed: 85 Arpitha - Anasuya Unnamed: 74 Unnamed: 93 Unnamed: 73 Unnamed: 88 Aruna - Anita - Unnamed: 71 Unnamed: 86 Unnamed: 96 Anjali - Asha - Unnamed: 86 Unnamed: 92 Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Ankith Unnamed: 74 Ashalatha - Anuj - Unnamed: 96 Unnamed: 90 Ashita - Anupama Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: 78 81 98 69 67 73 90 98 Anuradha Unnamed: 64 Dr.

N.: 84 Balasubramanya Unnamed: 69 Ballakuraya Damodar: 73 Parameshawara: 67 Parameshwara: 63 Ramakrishna: 62 Ramakrishna: 67 Ravishankara: 67 Srinivasa: 69 Venkatramana: 67 Ballal Radhakrishna: 101 Ranjeet: 101 Rohit: 101 Ballullaya Narayana: 94 Someshekara: 95 Baltilaya Anantharama: 92 Banninathaya Shilpa: 64 Banninthaya Gopalakrishna: 62 Goplakrishna: 63 Koustubh: 64 Ramachandra: 63 Shankaranarayana: 63 Beena Unnamed: 97 Unnamed: 85 Bhageerathi Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: h/o: 68 68 83 84 88 86 94 94 98 Bhaghirathi - Bhavana Unnamed: 90 Bhavani Unnamed: 67 Unnamed: 97 Bindu Unnamed: 85 Unnamed: 85 Bipadithaya Anil: 64 Balakrishna: 64 Hemachandra: 64 Pradhan: 64 Prakash: 65 Shankaranarayana: 64 Shreepathi: 65 Srinivasa: 64 Chadaga Anantha Krishna: 68 Balakrishna: 68 Ganesh: 68 Madhusudhana: 68 Prabhakara: 68 Ramakrishna: 68 Unnamed: 68 Bhagya Unnamed: 94 Bhanupriya Unnamed: 93 Bhanushankar Unnamed: 63 Bharat Unnamed: 65 Chaithra Unnamed: 63 Chaitra Unnamed: 67 Unnamed: 77 Bharathi Unnamed: 63 Unnamed: 74 Unnamed: 76 Dr.: 99 Prabhakar: 71 Raghuram: 96 Dr. Rajagopala: 75 Ramakrishna: 72 Ranjan: 72 Sachin: 65 Sanjay: 84 Shreepathy: 91 Subraya: 94 Subraya: 97 Sudhir: 71 Suraj: 84 Vinod: 80 Vishnu: 62 w/o Vishnu: 62 Y. Unnamed: 80 Unnamed: 92 Chakrapani Unnamed: 66 Champa Unnamed: 64 105 .Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy Unnamed: 74 Unnamed: 77 Unnamed: 90 Unnamed: 78 Vijaya: 96 Bharati Unnamed: 73 Bhat Anil: 99 Balasubramanya: 75 Dinesh: 99 Govinda: 68 Manjunatha: 97 Manohara: 97 Muralidhara: 97 N. K.: 65 Narendra: 75 P. L.

88 Chinya Manunath: 80 Gangamma Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Chitra Unnamed: 73 Unnamed: 80 Chitrika Unnamed: 96 Dananjaya Unnamed: 75 Daughter Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: 65 88 89 89 89 98 78 78 78 78 85 85 85 91 Gayathri Unnamed: 75 Dr. Unnamed: 91 Unnamed: 63 Unnamed: 68 Unnamed: 77 Chandrashekar Unnamed: 71 Unnamed: 73 Unnamed: 77 Divya Unnamed: 84 Chandrika Unnamed: 86 Ganesh Unnamed: 65 Chaya Unnamed: 99 Ganesha Unnamed: 98 Chetna Unnamed: 74 Ganga Unnamed: 82.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy Unnamed: 76 Chandana - Unnamed: 68 Deviprasad - Unnamed: 63 Chandini - Unnamed: 97 Dhanyashree - Unnamed: 89 h/o: 89 Unnamed: 97 Dhatri - Chandraiah - Unnamed: 92 Rama: 70 Dhinraj - Chandrakantha Unnamed: 64 Unnamed: 90 Dinesh - Chandramathi - Unnamed: 70 Unnamed: 70 Dr. Unnamed: 88 h/o: 88 Geeta Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: 82. 88 80 83 87 101 Girija - Deeksha - Unnamed: 87 Unnamed: 69 Unnamed: 99 Deepa 62 77 81 84 Giriprasad Unnamed: 88 Girish Unnamed: 72 Unnamed: 87 Unnamed: 78 Unnamed: 85 Unnamed: 100 Shambhavi: 64 Deepak Unnamed: 63 Deepika Unnamed: 84 Unnamed: 97 Devaki - 72 72 77 95 101 Geetha - Dayananda - Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: 75 76 78 89 88 86 92 93 93 Gopal Unnamed: 72 106 .

88 Gururaja - Jamuna Unnamed: 85 Janaki Unnamed: 62 Unnamed: 90 Unnamed: 73 Guruthirtha Unnamed: 73 Jaya Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Hari Unnamed: 64 Harikumar Unnamed: 65 Harish Unnamed: 78 Harsha w/o: 80 Hebbar Agasthya: 76 Ananthakrishna: 76 Annaje: 89 Eshawara: 75 Gowrav: 76 Gowtham: 76 Kartik: 76 Pundarika: 76 Radhakrishna: 75 Rajashekar: 76 Ravindra: 76 Ravishankar: 76 Seshappa: 71 Seshappa: 75 Vasudeva: 89 Vignesh: 76 Vishnumurthy: 91 Hemalatha Unnamed: 97 Unnamed: 96 Jayadeepa Unnamed: 71 Jayadeva Unnamed: 71 Jayalaxmi Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: 97 Jayanthi Unnamed: 70 Unnamed: 98 Unnamed: 69 Jayaprakash Unnamed: 74 Unnamed: 77 Jayasheela Unnamed: 79 Jayashobini Unnamed: 91 Jayashree Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Chandrashekara: 88 Ramachandra: 76 Husband - 65 70 90 68 Jeevitha - Idya Ajith Kumar: 79 91 92 97 68 78 96 Jayantha - Holla - Unnamed: 86 63 80 83. 99 Raghavendra: 83. 99 Suresh: 67 Gowri Unnamed: 85 Greesma Unnamed: 81 Ithal Gururaj: 83. 99 Dr. 88 Unnamed: 92 Gopalakrishna Unnamed: 73 Unnamed: 74 w/o: 91 Gouri - Irnuraya Narayana: 63 Ital - Unnamed: 86 Harsha: 83.: 90 Guraraj Unnamed: 66 Guruprasad Unnamed: 64 Unnamed: 77 Jagadeesh Unnamed: 81 Jahnavi Unnamed: 75 Gururaj Unnamed: 77 Unnamed: 82.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy Unnamed: 85 Gopala - Atul: 79 Indira - Unnamed: 69 Unnamed: 73 Unnamed: 82.N. 99 90 Unnamed: 77 Jyostna - 107 . 99 K. Ramachandra: 83.

99 Laxminarayana: 77 Narayana: 83 Ramakrishna: 73 Ramakrishna: 92 Sridhar: 83 Subramanya: 84 Surya: 84 Venktakrishna: 83 Kakura Narayana: 83 Kalkoor Naveen: 98 Ramachandra: 98 Kavery Unnamed: 96 Unnamed: 94 Kalluaraya Kiran: 87 Kavitha - Kalluraya Arun: 101 Ashok: 100 Gopalakrishna: 86 Mohana: 87 Radhakrishna: 91 Rajit: 86 Rama: 93 Ramakrishna: 100 Rohit: 86 Shivaprasad: 66 Sriharsha: 87 Subramanya: 86 Sukumar: 87 Venkatramana: 68 Unnamed: 81 Dr.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy Unnamed: 90 Jyothi Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: 63 Kantavar 67 71 73 75 77 89 Subramanya: 68 Karthik Unnamed: 74 Unnamed: 83 Kaveri Unnamed: 76 Unnamed: 93 Jyotsna Unnamed: 72 Kaveriamma - Kadambalithaya - Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: h/o: 68 Chennakeshava: 83 Eswaraprasad: 93 Keshava: 84 Laxmi: 83. 88 Shreepathi: 93 Sreenivasa: 97 Subraya: 69 Vasudeva: 69 Venkatramana: 68 Vishnu: 82 Unnamed: 67 Unnamed: 70 Kamala 63 83 89 87 99 Kamalaxi Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: 74 87 95 71 Kanakalata Unnamed: 73 Kanchan - 76 87 98 83 100 Kayarthaya - Kalpana - Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: 96 67 64 66 66 69 70 78 80 89 86 89 99 94 96 78 Keerthan - 108 .: 65 Prakash: 95 Radhakrishna: 92 Ramachandra: 69 Ramakrishna: 82. 88 Ramakrishna: 88 Ramanna: 93 Sachin: 93 Shankaranarayana: 82. Unnamed: 89 Kavya Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: D. K.: 65 Kedilaya Anantharama: 98 Ashok: 65 Girish: 93 Gopalakrishna: 93 M. S.

Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy Unnamed: 80 Keerthana - Unnamed: 81 Krupa - Unnamed: 91 Unnamed: 66 Unnamed: 74 Unnamed: 91 Keerthi Unnamed: 74 Krupalaxmi - Kekunnaya Seetarama: 86 Vishnu: 68 Unnamed: 91 Krutika Unnamed: 67 Keshav Unnamed: 69 Kshyama Unnamed: 91 Keshiva Unnamed: 69 Kuddannaya Ananthakrishna: 97 Krishnamurthy: 97 Prabhakara: 97 Prakash: 97 Pramod: 97 Kiran Unnamed: 80 Unnamed: 81 Kishan Unnamed: 77 Kudvennaya - Kishore - Hariprasad: 86 Prakash: 86 Unnamed: 73 Kivn Unnamed: 84 Kulkarni Unnamed: 69 Kolathaya Balakrishna: 81 Gururaj: 81 Harsha: 80 Kishore: 80 Narayana: 80 Pradeep: 80 Ranganatha: 80 Santhosh: 80 Shailesh: 80 Srikanth: 80 Subramanya: 80 Sudhir: 80 Sukumara: 80 Sunil: 80 Suraj: 80 Venkatramana: 80 Venkatramana: 93 Yadukumar: 81 Kumar Chetan: 69 Chetan: 62 Manoj: 62 Ratna: 97 Udaya: 93 Kumaraswamy Unnamed: 70 Kumari Unnamed: 67 Unnamed: 90 Kundu Dr. Suriti: 79 Kusuma Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Kote Sashidar: 76 Krishna Unnamed: 98 Krishnaiah - Lakshmeesha - Unnamed: 74 Krishnakumar - Unnamed: 79 Lalitha - Unnamed: 74 Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Krishnamurthy Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: 64 75 82. 88 86 97 69 69 99 64 65 67 85 85 Lalithamma Unnamed: 77 Lata - Krishnaraj - Unnamed: 72 Unnamed: 98 Unnamed: 69 Krishnaraja - 66 65 82. 88 88 Latha - Unnamed: 73 Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Krishnaveni Unnamed: 100 Krithik - 109 66 73 88 100 .

Unnamed: 86 Unnamed: 82 Mamatha Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Leela Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: 63 74 75 76 82. 88 Levant - Unnamed: 72 Mangala Unnamed: 63 Manja Narasimha: 86 Shridhara: 86 Manjari - Susan: 78 Linda - Unnamed: 80 Manjunath - Unnamed: 84 Lopamudre - Unnamed: 65 Manjunatha - Unnamed: 86 Madan - Unnamed: 85 Manohar - Unnamed: 81 Madhav - Unnamed: 79 Manorama - Unnamed: 75 Madhava - Unnamed: 89 Manoranjan - Unnamed: 68 Madhu - Unnamed: 69 Manushankar - Unnamed: 73 Madhura - Unnamed: 63 Maya - Unnamed: 92 Madhuri - Unnamed: 81 Medha - Unnamed: 87 Madhusudan - Unnamed: 92 Meera - Unnamed: 76 Madini - Unnamed: 81 Megha - Unnamed: 81 Unnamed: 81 Unnamed: 98 Mahalaxmi Unnamed: 67 Unnamed: 91 Maina - Meghana Unnamed: 91 Milind - Unnamed: 64 Mala - Unnamed: 85 Minal - Unnamed: 65 Malathaya Eeswara: 89 Radhakrishna: 89 65 74 88 87 98 Manasa - Leelavathi Unnamed: 68 Dr. Vikram: 89 Lavanya Unnamed: 75 Unnamed: 96 Malathi Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Laxmi Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: 63 62 79 81 83. Unnamed: 92 Unnamed: 94 67 74 76 90 90 63 Unnamed: 80 Mohanasharma Unnamed: 95 Mohini - 110 .Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy Dr. Unnamed: 91 Dr. 99 84 97 98 68 Malavika Unnamed: 82 Malini Unnamed: 74 Unnamed: 97 Unnamed: 69 Laxmikanth Unnamed: 76 Mallika - Laxminarayana Unnamed: 78 Dr.

Girisha Banninthaya: 64 Naveena Banninthaya: 64 Paddilaya - Unnamed: 86 Unnamed: 99 Unnamed: 98 Gururaja: 93 Padma Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Nandakishor Unnamed: 85 Narayana Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: 62 65 67 70 95 63 70 72 92 97 95 Naveen Unnamed: 64 Unnamed: 71 Unnamed: 81 72 79 82. 99 Nidwannayya Keshava: 78 Muchinnaya Raviprakash: 94 Niharika Unnamed: 76 Murali Unnamed: 90 Unnamed: 98 Muralidhar - Nikhil Unnamed: 98 Nikitha - Unnamed: 74 Unnamed: 67 Unnamed: 79 Unnamed: 90 Mutatekar Dr. Subramanya: 96 Sukumara: 96 Vishnumurthy: 96 Namita - Ramakrishna: 98 Sudindra: 98 Oppanthaya Jayaprakash: 93 P.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy Unnamed: 69 Unnamed: 96 Unnamed: 100 Moroz - Nidhi - Irina: 79 Unnamed: 98 Mrudula Unnamed: 83. Unnamed: 81 Ninad - Nagaraj - Unnamed: 81 Unnamed: 64 Nirmala - Nagaratna - Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: 66 Nagendra Unnamed: 74 Nagesh Unnamed: 91 Hari: 91 Nirupama Unnamed: 97 Nahush Unnamed: 72 Nisha Unnamed: 63 Unnamed: 62 Nalini Unnamed: 62 Unnamed: 68 Unnamed: 97 Nishad Unnamed: 79 Niveditha - Nalluaraya - Unnamed: 85 Unnamed: 100 Gururaja: 97 Srinidhi: 97 Noorithaya - Nalluraya Anantharama: 92 Gopalakrishna: 97 Pratishta: 97 Pritvin: 97 Ranganatha: 96 Satyamurthy: 97 Dr. Ramachandra Banninthaya: 64 P.R. 88 83 Padmaja Unnamed: 85 Padmanabha Unnamed: 68 Unnamed: 73 Padmanabhachar Unnamed: 98 Padmavathi Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Nayana Unnamed: 63 111 78 93 94 96 .

Sreenivasa: 83 Prabha - Unnamed: 85 Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: h/o: 82 Parameshwara - Prabhakar - Unnamed: 65 Unnamed: 74 Unnamed: 93 Pannaga - Prabhakara Unnamed: 70 Unnamed: 100 Unnamed: 91 Parameswari Unnamed: 62 Parashuram Unnamed: 69 Parimala Unnamed: 78 Parlattaya Girisha: 66 Laxmisha: 66 Padmanabha: 66 Prabhakara: 66 Prasanna: 66 Ramachandra: 66 Pradeep Unnamed: 67 Prajna Unnamed: 75 Pranam Unnamed: 97 Pranesh Unnamed: 72 Praphulla Unnamed: 91 Prasad Unnamed: 71 Unnamed: 87 Raghavendra: 66 Pashupathi Unnamed: 72 Pavana - Prasada Unnamed: 67 Unnamed: 91 Pavitra - Prasanna Unnamed: 96 Unnamed: 74 Pejathaya Devyani: 100 Dinesh: 100 Girish: 100 Karishma: 100 Krishna: 100 Nidhisha: 100 Nishant: 100 Rajesh: 100 Ramesh: 100 Rohan: 100 Roopa: 100 Sandhya: 100 Sanjana: 100 Shweta: 100 Pejavar Prabhakar: 67 Satish: 82 Vivek: 82 Pooja Unnamed: 73 Unnamed: 96 74 77 82 83. 99 Unnamed: 64 Unnamed: 68 Parameshwari - 65 67 73 76 79 84 96 Prasannalatha Unnamed: 93 Prashantachar Unnamed: 87 Prashanth Unnamed: 62 Prashantha Unnamed: 83 Prathana Unnamed: 66 Prathibha Unnamed: 69 Prathijna Unnamed: 67 Prathima Unnamed: 84 Prathoma Unnamed: 86 Pratiba Unnamed: 98 Pratibha - 112 .Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy Unnamed: 95 Unnamed: 98 Unnamed: 100 Poornima - Padmaxi - Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: 64 Padvetnaya Rama: 86 Sharathkrishna: 86 Vijaya Raghava: 86 Pajethaya Karan: 89 Krishna: 89 Pallavi - Potty Dr.

88 Unnamed: 81 Putturaya Mohit: 89 Dr. 88 89 84 91 71 78 84 91 Rajeshwari Unnamed: 62 Rajgopal Unnamed: 77 Rajhna - 113 .Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy Unnamed: 74 Pratima - Unnamed: 96 Radhakrishnaiah - Unnamed: 71 Praveen - Unnamed: 95 Radhika - Unnamed: 62 Unnamed: 65 Unnamed: 65 Preet - Unnamed: 76 Unnamed: 82 Unnamed: 98 Raghavendra - Unnamed: 92 Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Preetish Unnamed: 87 Prema Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: 70 82 92 93 94 Premalatha Unnamed: 65 Unnamed: 87 Raghupathi Unnamed: 72 Raghupathy Unnamed: 96 Raghuram Unnamed: 68 Premaleela Unnamed: 94 Raghurama Unnamed: 74 Prithvi Unnamed: 78 Raghvendrachar Unnamed: 87 Prithviraj Unnamed: 90 Railard Valentino: 80 Priyanka Unnamed: 87 Rajagopal Unnamed: 73 Punchithayya Praveen: 76 Shankaranaryana: 76 Pundarikaksha - Rajagopala Unnamed: 98 Rajalaxmi - Unnamed: 73 Punith - Unnamed: 70 Rajani - Unnamed: 73 Unnamed: 65 Unnamed: 95 Unnamed: 82 Pushpa Unnamed: 63 Pushpalatha - Rajania Unnamed: 74 Unnamed: 87 Puspa - Rajaram Unnamed: 82. Padmanabha: 89 Ramakrishna: 88 Shankara: 89 Srinivasa: 89 Subramanya: 89 Umesh: 89 Vasudeva: 88 Venkappayya: 62 Rajatha Unnamed: 63 Rajendra Unnamed: 65 Unnamed: 96 Unnamed: 85 Rajesh Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Rachita Unnamed: 74 Radha Unnamed: 89 Unnamed: 97 Radhakrishna Unnamed: 69 Unnamed: 77 63 62 77 82. 88 Unnamed: 79 Puspha - Rajashree Unnamed: 66 Unnamed: 76 Unnamed: 82.

99 Dr.K. Sundar: 89 Sundar: 69 Sunil: 89 Rajiraj Unnamed: 84 Rakesh Unnamed: 63 Unnamed: 85 Raksha Unnamed: 71 Rakshitha Unnamed: 75 Rama Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: 78 82. Dinakar: 91 Dr. Arun: 90 Aswin: 75 Avinash: 90 B. Ramesh: 75 Rao Bahadoor Shreepathi: 83 Sachin: 79 Samrudh: 87 Satish: 77 Shankar: 75 Shankar: 84 Shankara Narayana: 101 Shyama: 77 Dr. 88 84 89 87 92 95 98 Ramachandra Unnamed: 68 Unnamed: 68 w/o: 62 w/o: 68 Ramadasa Unnamed: 84 Ramadevi Unnamed: 64 Ramakrishna Unnamed: 71 Unnamed: 78 Unnamed: 86 Ramamurthy Unnamed: 90 Ramesh Unnamed: 63 Unnamed: 62 Dr.D. Sudhakar: 72 Sudhir: 89 Dr. Nithin: 90 Om Prakash: 88 Padmanabha: 94 Prashant: 90 Rachan: 101 Raghavendra: 84 Raghavendra: 100 Raghunandan: 75 Rama: 71 Ramakrishna: 75 Ramesh: 73 Dr.: 79 Balakrishna: 75 Balakrishna: 90 Bhaskar: 90 Bhaskar: 100 Bujanga: 86 Chandan: 75 Dr. Unnamed: 81 Unnamed: 84 Unnamed: 93 Ramya Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: 81 87 69 101 Ranganath Unnamed: 65 Ranganatha Unnamed: 97 Unnamed: 85 Unnamed: 96 Rani Shobha: 95 Shobha: 95 Ranjana Unnamed: 71 Ranjani Unnamed: 73 Ranjini Unnamed: 65 Rao - 114 . Ganapathi: 77 Ganesh: 85 Harischandra: 68 Kartik: 75 Kaushik: 75 Kishore: 76 Krishnaprasad: 100 Mohan: 90 Mukunda: 75 Murali Mohan: 87 Nagesh: 89 Narasingha: 72 Narayan: 81 Narayana: 71 Narayana: 89 Nikil: 100 Dr.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy Unnamed: 93 Akhilesh: 80 Amrut: 90 Ananda: 71 Dr. Sridhar: 89 Srikantha: 79 SriKrishna: 79 Sriniivasa: 88 Subba: 90 Subba: 92 Subramanya: 77 Sudhakar: 83.

Vyasa: 83.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy T.: 79 Vasant: 75 Vasudeva: 90 Venkat: 87 Venkatramana: 87 Vishak: 75 Vishnumurthy: 88 Dr. 99 Yogesh: 71 Unnamed: 73 Unnamed: 99 Reshma Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Rinya - Rashmi - Unnamed: 81 Unnamed: 66 Unnamed: 71 Unnamed: 87 Rathi - Rohini Unnamed: 94 Unnamed: 95 Rohith - Unnamed: 67 Unnamed: 84 Rathna - Unnamed: 86 Roopa Unnamed: 70 Unnamed: 68 Ratna Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Seeta: 67 Rugma Unnamed: 73 83 94 101 101 Rupa Unnamed: 87 Unnamed: 69 Sachin Unnamed: 77 Unnamed: 90 Ratnakara Unnamed: 85 Ratnangi Unnamed: 93 Ratnavathi Unnamed: 64 Unnamed: 94 Ratni - Sachindra Unnamed: 63 Sagar Unnamed: 76 Unnamed: 100 Sahana Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: 68 Ravi Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: 64 70 82. Mohan: 94 Udayakumar: 87 Umesh K. 88 98 Ravikala Unnamed: 65 Unnamed: 80 Ravikumar Unnamed: 80 Ravindra - Unnamed: 72 Sameer Unnamed: 98 Sampathu Unnamed: 66 Sampigethaya Chenkeshava: 85 Prabhakar: 85 Sreenivasa: 84 Raviprakash Unnamed: 89 Ravishankar Unnamed: 62 Unnamed: 71 Reetu Unnamed: 80 Rekha 71 75 78 81 95 84 70 70 77 90 94 Sahayaja - Unnamed: 63 Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: 63 67 70 80 81 99 69 Sampreethi Unnamed: 73 Sandeep Unnamed: 86 Sandeepa Unnamed: 97 Sandhya Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Renuka - 115 65 66 71 77 84 84 .

99 90 91 78 85 Savitri - Sarala - Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: 69 72 93 96 Shailini Unnamed: 90 Unnamed: 83 Shakuntala Unnamed: 64 66 66 84 86 99 Satyamurthy Dr. 88 88 91 92 94 Seema - Saroja Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: 73 79 79 83.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: 86 90 62 100 Satyanarayana Unnamed: 73 Unnamed: 62 Satyavathi - Sangeetha - Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: 70 Sanjana Unnamed: 98 Sanjay - Savita - Unnamed: 91 Unnamed: 64 Unnamed: 94 Unnamed: 97 Sankeerthi Unnamed: 73 Savitha - Sankeet - Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: 73 Sannutha Unnamed: 84 Santhosh Unnamed: 84 Santosh Unnamed: 89 Sapna Unnamed: 71 Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: 78 Saraswathi 63 69 82 90 93 Saraswati Unnamed: 67 Saritha Unnamed: 67 70 78 94 78 Sashikala Unnamed: 65 Unnamed: 96 Unnamed: 97 Unnamed: 89 Seetamma Unnamed: 71 Unnamed: 75 Seetha Unnamed: 66 Unnamed: 75 Shaarvari Unnamed: 78 Shagrithaya Balakrishna: 66 Pavan: 66 Ramachandra: 66 Ranjan: 66 Ravindra: 66 Seetharama: 96 Shankara: 66 Venkatramana: 66 Sashiprabha Unnamed: 98 Sastry Laxminarayana: 65 Satish Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: 62 71 78 90 92 Satyabhama Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: 88 78 79 80 82. 99 Shalini Unnamed: 74 Shankar Unnamed: 68 Shankara - 116 . Unnamed: 98 Shakunthala Unnamed: 83.

: 83 Subramanya: 69 Shanta Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: 64 71 95 96 99 Shantala - Shayari Unnamed: 80 Unnamed: 86 Sheela - Unnamed: 64 Unnamed: 70 Unnamed: 63 Shilpa - Shantha Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: 79 82 92 94 96 Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Shobha - Shanthi - Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: 71 Unnamed: 77 Sharada Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: h/o: 65 66 65 72 90 95 Sharade Unnamed: 93 Unnamed: 93 Unnamed: 77 Shreenidhi Unnamed: 72 Shreepathy Unnamed: 72 Unnamed: 91 Shreya Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: 78 Shridhara Unnamed: 84 Shrikantha Unnamed: 85 Shrikara Unnamed: 70 Unnamed: 82.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy Unnamed: 68 Damodara: 68 Ganapathy: 69 M. L. 88 Unnamed: 72 Unnamed: 66 Unnamed: 70 Sharnya Unnamed: 80 Shashank Unnamed: 75 Unnamed: 75 Shrikrishna Unnamed: 84 Shrirama Unnamed: 70 Shruti Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Shashikala Unnamed: 65 Unnamed: 90 Unnamed: 100 Shastry - 80 82 86 97 97 85 Shridevi - Sharanya Sharmila - 70 71 74 80 81 86 87 97 98 69 Shravya - Sharalaya Eswarappa: 67 Hemanth: 70 Kirthan: 67 Laximinarayana: 80 Dr. Mohana: 70 Nagesh: 70 Narayana: 67 Pradeepa: 67 Pranesh: 67 Prashanth: 70 Sandeep: 70 Sanjaya: 70 Santosh: 70 Shivarama: 95 Subraya: 69 Sudhakara: 70 Sukumara: 70 Venkatraya: 70 63 67 76 81 81 Shubha - 117 67 67 74 77 80 95 .

Unnamed: 88 Sneha Unnamed: 77 Unnamed: 95 Unnamed: 100 Snehalatha Unnamed: 79 Unnamed: 82. 88 h/o: 82. 88 Krishnamurthy: 96 Shivakrishna: 96 Son Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: 70 72 77 92 92 94 63 65 67 76 81 88 88 88 88 89 89 98 84 84 85 85 85 85 85 85 91 Unnamed: 84 Sreekantha Unnamed: 74 Sreelatha Unnamed: 74 Unnamed: 75 Sreemathi Unnamed: 77 Sreenidhi Unnamed: 74 Sreenivasa Unnamed: 84 Sreevalli Unnamed: 66 Sreya Unnamed: 65 Sreyas Unnamed: 65 Srikanth Unnamed: 86 Srimati Unnamed: 64 Srinidhi Unnamed: 70 Srinivas Unnamed: 67 Unnamed: 73 Srinivasa w/o: 91 w/o: 92 Srinivasayya Unnamed: 89 Srirama Unnamed: 73 Srivatsa Unnamed: 85 118 . 88 Somayaji Atloor Venkatakrishna: 82. 88 89 97 69 Unnamed: 96 Unnamed: 79 Sonali Unnamed: 99 Soubadra - Shyamala Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: 84 66 81 95 76 Souraba - Shyamasunder - Sowmya - Dr. Unnamed: 91 Unnamed: 96 Sowjanya Unnamed: 82 Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Shymala Unnamed: 90 Sindhukavery Unnamed: 71 Sisheer Unnamed: 81 Sowmyagouri - Smeetha - Unnamed: 72 Unnamed: 84 Sparsha - Smita - Unnamed: 80 Unnamed: 94 Unnamed: 95 Smitha - Spoorthi Unnamed: 81 Sreedevi - Unnamed: 65 Unnamed: 72 Unnamed: 79 Dr.Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: 77 82.

Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy Unnamed: 86 Unnamed: 99 Sriya Unnamed: 72 Suman - Sruti - Unnamed: 84 Dr. Unnamed: 90 Unnamed: 93 Unnamed: 63 Subbakka Unnamed: 69 Sumana - Subbanna - Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: 66 Unnamed: 77 Subbaraya Unnamed: 70 Subhadra - Sumangala Unnamed: 70 Unnamed: 77 Unnamed: 85 Subraya Unnamed: 68 Unnamed: 74 Unnamed: 99 Sumanth Unnamed: 71 Sumathi Unnamed: 66 Unnamed: 76 Unnamed: 68 Suchaitha Unnamed: 92 Sucheta Unnamed: 70 Suchithra Unnamed: 85 Sudarshana Unnamed: 83 Sumati Unnamed: 67 Sumitra Unnamed: 98 Sunanda Unnamed: 66 Unnamed: 75 Unnamed: 76 Sudha Unnamed: 71 Unnamed: 74 Unnamed: 75 Unnamed: 77 Dr. 99 87 91 96 Suntiha Unnamed: 100 Suphala Unnamed: 72 Supriya Unnamed: 84 Surabhi - Sukanya - Unnamed: 72 Unnamed: 65 Unnamed: 69 Sulochana Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: 66 95 96 72 Suratna Unnamed: 92 Surekha 70 77 85 100 Unnamed: 83. Unnamed: 87 Unnamed: 91 Unnamed: 91 Unnamed: 91 Sunandamma Unnamed: 83 Sundar Unnamed: 72 Unnamed: 69 Sundari Prema: 71 Sudhanya Unnamed: 72 Sunil Unnamed: 85 Sudheer Unnamed: 84 Sunitha Unnamed: 62 Unnamed: 78 Unnamed: 99 Sudhir Unnamed: 72 Suguna Unnamed: 73 Sunithi Unnamed: 92 Sujatha Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: 72 73 75 83. 99 Suresh Unnamed: 71 Unnamed: 82 Unnamed: 63 Suma Unnamed: 75 Unnamed: 84 Suresha Unnamed: 72 119 .

Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy Unnamed: 78 Susheela Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Kishor: 78 Ujvala 68 81 89 98 Unnamed: 100 Uma Unnamed: 71 Unnamed: 69 Unnamed: 69 Sushma Unnamed: 87 Unnamed: 80 Swapna Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Umesh Unnamed: 89 Ungrupulithaya 64 70 71 74 83 99 Swarnakala - Vasudeva: 94 Upadhyaya Anagh: 64 Girish: 64 Uma: 64 Upadyaya Prasanna: 96 Prashanth: 96 Seetarama: 96 Unnamed: 66 Swaroop Unnamed: 73 Usha - Swastik - Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: 74 Swathi Unnamed: 75 Unnamed: 84 Unnamed: 72 Swati Unnamed: 71 Sweta - Vadiraja Unnamed: 74 Unnamed: 73 Swetha - Vanaja Unnamed: 83 Unnamed: 100 Unnamed: 72 Talithaya Madhusudan: 63 Vanamala Unnamed: 70 Unnamed: 92 Tantri Prasanna: 66 Ramakrishna: 67 Santhosh Kumar: 90 Sharat Kumar: 90 Srinivasa: 90 Srinivasa: 90 Venkatrakrishna: 66 Vani Unnamed: 69 Vanitha Unnamed: 66 Unnamed: 81 Varambalitaya - Thammaya Unnamed: 65 Krishnaraja: 67 Varsha - Thimmaiah Unnamed: 79 Unnamed: 97 Varun - Tolpadithaya Janikirama: 87 Unnamed: 85 Vasantha - Tolpady Chetan: 81 Gopalakrishna: 80 Manoj: 80 Unnamed: 67 Unnamed: 78 Vasanthi Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Triveni Unnamed: 76 Tulasi Unnamed: 77 Udaya Unnamed: 73 Udayashankara - 71 78 82 89 95 68 69 83 62 64 87 90 92 92 100 Vasuda Unnamed: 66 Unnamed: 92 Unnamed: 63 Udupa - 120 .

Talacauvery Achar Family Genealogy Unnamed: 83 Vasudeva Unnamed: 72 w/o: 89 Vasumathi - Vikrama Unnamed: 99 Vimala - Unnamed: 90 Unnamed: 93 Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Vatsala Unnamed: 70 Vinaya - Veda - Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: 82 Vedavathi Unnamed: 68 Unnamed: 92 63 76 81 87 94 69 100 Venkamma - Unnamed: 72 Vinuta Unnamed: 95 Vinutha Unnamed: 80 Viraja Unnamed: 72 Vishaka - Unnamed: 68 Venkappayya - Unnamed: 65 Vishala - w/o: 62 Unnamed: 91 Venkatachapathi - Vishalakshi - Unnamed: 64 Venkatraj - Unnamed: 68 Vishnu - Unnamed: 69 Unnamed: 68 Unnamed: 93 Venkatramana Unnamed: 64 Unnamed: 69 Venugopal - Vidya 64 65 75 75 91 100 Unnamed: 78 Vijaya 63 65 67 76 85 91 96 Vijayakumari Unnamed: 86 Vijayalaxmi Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Vijayetha - Unnamed: 74 Unnamed: 95 Vittala Unnamed: 62 Vivek - Vignesh - Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Vishnumurthy Viswas - Unnamed: 73 Unnamed: 77 Unnamed: 69 Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: 63 67 73 96 Vinod - Veena Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: Unnamed: 62 63 73 89 80 86 95 72 Unnamed: 64 Viviktha Unnamed: 76 Wife Unnamed: 101 Winni Unnamed: 82 Wiswas Unnamed: 62 Yadpadithaya Narayana: 79 Promod: 79 Shishir: 79 Yamunamma Unnamed: 97 Yashoda Unnamed: 62 Yatish Unnamed: 100 Yerkadithaya Arun: 86 Satyanarayana: 86 Yumanamma Unnamed: 94 121 .

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