Sourashtra.com Update - 25 Comments

December 19, 2010 | General

Askithengo Namaskar,

Our goals is to make Sourashtra Community recognized by all people as a powerful and united group.

Through Sourashtra Group and Sourashtra.com – We aim to connect people and achieve different goals listed below.

- Business Networking
- Careers
- Matrimonials
- Education
- Health

Ami owra community kuchi onta group create kerayo
Website: http://www.facebook.com/home.php?sk=group_136835109708252&ap=1

Atho onta hot discussion harmam kerriyo.

Owra Sourashtra Samugam MBC kon honaya? Avisamkee nhee Thevey Nhee? – Discuss Kerango. Thuru karuthu kaayo

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Sri Ramakrishna, Vivekananda devotees Conference held at Madurai - 1 Comment

December 18, 2010 | General

The eighteenth conference of the devotees of Sri Ramakrishna and Swamy Vivekananda was held at Sourashtra Higher Secondary School, Madurai. The three day function was started at 10.30 am of 3rd December with flag hoisting. The first part of the conference was celebrated as ‘Sri Ramakrishnar Vi [...]

We are back! - No Comments

December 18, 2010 | General

We are back in action! No excuses! Keep watching the site for updates. Atengudu owrajol rhee jhukku updates expect keruvai. Jukku plans setha. Facebook’um owra Group setha. Group: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=39067448681&v=wall&ref=ts Best Regards CRV and MKK [...]

Contributors Pajeh - 15 Comments

February 27, 2009 | General

Thunga monnu layayo share kellatha ella chookad onda website. Thumi thura articles avngo email kero. Ami websiteum upload keruves. Webmaster@sourashtra.com – ella address note kelluva. email keruvo. Jukku Sondhosh [...]
Sourashtra Language

Sourashtra Language - 101 Comments

February 22, 2009 | General

The Sourashtra Community has its own language and script. The Sourastra script looks very much like Tamil script, although you can also find an infusion of Telegu and Devanagiri alphabets in it. It is closely related to the Gurato language also. This script began development towards the latter part [...]

Sourashtra Wedding Procedures - 23 Comments

February 22, 2009 | Marriages

Sourashtrians follow the practices of the Vaishanvite cult for all the customs and rituals. The wedding rituals and customs are still followed by all members of the community. The procedure is as follows. Nowra Nowri Seelariya Phool Function or Vida Paan Machulariya and Boulas Ghetti Kellariyo Muhur [...]
Sourashtra Community and Cinema Industry

Sourashtra Community and Cinema Industry - 44 Comments

February 22, 2009 | Entertainment, Music

During the early 1960s, the Sourashtrians contributed to Tamil movies. You would be familiar with one of the mostbeautiful actress, Venniradai Nirmala. She belongs to the Sourashtra community in Madurai. M.N. Rajam and Devadas are other notable artists from the Sourashtra community. It is also notab [...]

Sourashtra Relationship Names – More - 65 Comments

February 22, 2009 | Relationships

More translations: Father’s elder brother & his wife – Mottobo & Motombo Father’s younger brother & his wife – Nannobo & Nannambo Mother’s elder brother & his wife  – Mamo & Mami Mother’s younger brother & his wife – Mamo & Mami Fa [...]

Sourashtra Relationship Names - 9 Comments

February 22, 2009 | Relationships

Here are some easy translations that I have compiled. Father – Bo Mother – Ambo Elder Sister – Bei Younger Sister – Mai Elder brother – Dhadho Younger brother – Bhai Husband – Dhallo Wife – Bail Daughter – Bedi Son – Bedo Uncle – Mamo Aunty – Mami Sister-in-law – Bhavi Brot [...]
Godandam - On the day of Devgas

Godandam – On the day of Devgas - 12 Comments

February 6, 2009 | Marriages

Sourashtrians dwelling in South India are very religious and pious. In some of our Sourashtra families Godandam is a traditional prayer performed by the bridegroom on the day of Devgas. Some of the popular families in Madurai who perform this ritual are those of Musathins, Juttins, Gendane & Put [...]

 

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Sourashtra or “Sourashtras” refer to a community of people who originated from Gujarat and now settled in different parts of Tamilnadu.They are also called as Palkars or in Tamil as Pattunulkarars which refers to the silk thread workers.

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