CountryIndia

State:

  

Andhra Pradesh

District:

  

Kurnool



Number of People Groups

231

Unreached People Groups

212

Total Population

4,710,000

Buddhist

0.0 %

Christian

0.7 %

Hindu

82.7 %

Muslim

16.0 %

Sikh

0.0 %

Other Religions

0.4 %
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Photo People Group Population Primary Language Progress
Scale
Hindu Muslim Buddhist Christian Sikh Other
 Adi Andhra 1,800 Telugu 1,700 - - 60 - -
 Adi Dravida 40 Tamil 40 - - - - -
 Adi Karnataka 800 Kannada 800 - - - - -
 Agamudaiyan 80 Tamil 80 - - - - -
Agamudaiyan Nattaman 80 Tamil 80 - - - - -
Ambattan 80 Tamil 80 - - - - -
Anamuk Unknown Telugu - - - - - -
Anglo 60 English - - - 60 - -
 Ansari 8,600 Urdu - 8,600 - - - -
Aray Mala 70 Telugu 70 - - - - -
 Arora (Sikh traditions) 20 Punjabi, Eastern - - - - 20 -
 Arunthathiyar Unknown Telugu - - - - - -
Arwa Mala 40 Tamil 40 - - - - -
Ayyanavar 20 Malayalam 20 - - - - -
 Bagata 40 Telugu 40 - - - - -
 Bairagi (Hindu traditions) 2,200 Bengali - - - - - 2,200
Balasantoshi Unknown Marathi - - - - - -
 Balija (Hindu traditions) 2,800 Telugu 2,300 - - - - 500
Balija Bolla 300 Telugu 200 - - - - 40
Balija Musugu 300 Telugu 300 - - - - 50
Bandi 40 Kannada - 40 - - - -
 Bania Agarwal 49,000 Hindi 49,000 - - - - 300
 Bania Chetti 5,000 Tamil 4,600 - - - - 500
Bania Gujar 1,100 Gujarati 1,100 - - - - -
 Bania Komti 154,000 Telugu 154,000 - - - - 400
Bania Mahajan 800 Hindi 800 - - - - -
 Bania Mahesri 1,200 Hindi 1,200 - - - - -
 Bania Oswal 400 Hindi 200 - - - - 200
 Bania Porwal 900 Hindi 700 - - - - 200
Bania Trivarnika Vaisya 500 Telugu 500 - - - - -
 Bania unspecified 131,000 Hindi 129,000 - - - - 1,200
Banijiga 1,700 Kannada 1,700 - - - - -
 Banjara (Hindu traditions) 42,000 Lambadi 42,000 40 - 60 - 50
Banjara Rathor (Hindu traditions) 1,400 Lambadi 1,400 - - - - -
Bariki 6,800 Odia 6,800 - - - - -
Bazigar (Hindu traditions) 20 Telugu 20 - - - - -
 Beda Jangam 1,700 Kannada 600 - - - - 1,100
 Bedar (Hindu traditions) 7,200 Kannada 7,200 - - - - -
 Beldar (Hindu traditions) 1,900 Kannada 1,900 - - - - -
Beldar Sunkar 100 Marathi 100 - - - - -
 Bhangi (Hindu traditions) 70 Hindi 70 - - - - -
Bhansala 50 Marathi 50 - - - - -
 Bhat (Hindu traditions) 6,000 Hindi 6,000 - - - - -
 Bhumij Unknown Bengali - - - - - -
Bidur 100 Marathi 100 - - - - -
Bindla 20 Telugu 20 - - - - -
 Boya 658,000 Telugu 658,000 - - - - -
Brahmin Chitpavan 800 Marathi 800 - - - - -
Brahmin Deshastha 200 Marathi 200 - - - - -
Brahmin Gaur 1,700 Hindi 1,700 - - - - -
Brahmin Kannada 6,400 Kannada 6,400 - - - - -
Brahmin Kosala Nadu 200 Telugu 200 - - - - -
Brahmin Mahratta 2,300 Marathi 2,300 - - - - -
Brahmin Marathi 1,300 Marathi 1,300 - - - - -
 Brahmin Sakaldwipi 3,200 Hindi 3,200 - - - - -
Brahmin Sanadhya 40 Hindi 40 - - - - -
 Brahmin Saraswat 600 Hindi 600 - - - - -
 Brahmin Sawaria 70 Hindi 70 - - - - -
Brahmin Tamil 500 Tamil 500 - - - - -
 Brahmin Telaganya 9,600 Telugu 9,600 - - - - -
 Brahmin Telugu 26,000 Telugu 26,000 - - - - -
 Brahmin unspecified 45,000 Hindi 45,000 - - - - 100
Brahmin Velanadu 2,300 Telugu 2,300 - - - - -
 Brahmin Vyas 9,600 Telugu 9,600 - - - - -
Byagara 2,700 Kannada 2,700 - - - - -
Chachati Unknown Telugu - - - - - -
Chakketakare 20 Urdu - 20 - - - -
 Chakkiliyan 200 Tamil 200 - - - - -
 Chalvadi 800 Kannada 700 - - 30 - -
 Chamar (Hindu traditions) 1,000 Hindi 600 - - - 500 -
Chandala Unknown Odia - - - - - -
 Chenchu 8,700 Telugu 8,500 - - 200 - 40
 Chenna Dasar 200 Kannada 200 - - - - -
Cheruman (Hindu traditions) 30 Malayalam 30 - - - - -
Cherumar Christian 20 Malayalam - - - 20 - -
 Christian unspecified 400 Kannada - - - 400 - -
Dakkal 100 Telugu 100 - - - - -
Dandasi Unknown Odia - - - - - -
 Darzi (Hindu traditions) 9,800 Hindi 9,800 - - - - -
Darzi Namdev (Hindu traditions) 30 Gujarati 30 - - - - -
Devadasi 2,400 Kannada 2,400 - - - - -
Devadiga 20 Tulu 20 - - - - -
Devadiga Kalavant 20 Konkani, Goan 20 - - - - -
Devanga 400 Kannada - - - - - 400
 Dhangar Bharwad 60 Gujarati 60 - - - - -
 Dhobi (Hindu traditions) 176,000 Hindi 176,000 - - - - -
 Dhobi (Muslim traditions) 8,600 Urdu - 8,600 - - - -
Domm 500 Telugu 500 - - - - -
 Dudekula 400 Telugu - 400 - - - -
Ellamalawar Unknown Kannada - - - - - -
 Gangakula 3,500 Kannada 3,500 - - - - -
 Garoda (Hindu traditions) Unknown Gujarati - - - - - -
 Ghasi (Hindu traditions) 20 Hindi 20 - - - - -
Godagali 20 Odia 20 - - - - -
Godari Unknown Telugu - - - - - -
Godda 80 Kannada 80 - - - - -
 Gond unspecified Unknown Hindi - - - - - -
 Gosangi (Hindu traditions) Unknown Telugu - - - - - -
 Hajam 2,700 Urdu - 2,700 - - - -
 Hande Jogi 400 Kannada 200 - - - - 100
 Hatkar 1,400 Marathi 1,400 - - - - -
Hill Reddi Unknown Telugu - - - - - -
Ilavan 200 Malayalam 200 - - - - -
 Irular 100 Irula 100 - - - - -
Jaggali Unknown Telugu - - - - - -
 Jat unspecified (Sikh traditions) 200 Punjabi, Eastern - - - - 200 -
Jatapu 100 Telugu 100 - - - - -
 Jogi (Hindu traditions) 20 Bengali 20 - - - - -
 Kaikadi 600 Kannada 600 - - - - -
 Kaikolan 500 Tamil 500 - - - - -
 Kalal (Hindu traditions) 3,900 Telugu 3,900 - - - - -
Kalal Idiga 3,300 Telugu 3,300 - - - - -
Kalavant 200 Kannada - - - - - 200
Kamathi 60 Telugu 60 - - - - -
Kammara 300 Telugu 300 - - - - -
 Kapu 414,000 Telugu 413,000 - - 500 - -
Kapu Reddi 16,000 Telugu 16,000 - - - - -
 Kasar (Hindu traditions) 400 Marathi 50 - - - - 300
 Kharva (Hindu traditions) 300 Gujarati 300 - - - - -
 Khatik (Hindu traditions) 16,000 Hindi 16,000 - - - - -
 Koli (Hindu traditions) 300 Gujarati 300 - - - - -
 Koli Dhor 50 Marathi 50 - - - - -
 Koli Mahadev 400 Marathi 400 - - - - -
 Koli Malhar 200 Marathi 200 - - - - -
Kolupulvandlu 40 Telugu 40 - - - - -
 Konda Kapu 20 Telugu 20 - - - - -
 Korama 300 Kannada 300 - - - - -
 Koshti 200 Marathi 200 - - - - -
 Kotia 20 Odia 20 - - - - -
 Koya 3,100 Telugu 3,100 - - - - -
Kudavakkal 200 Kannada - - - - - 200
 Kudumban 40 Tamil 40 - - - - -
 Kudumi 40 Tamil 40 - - - - -
 Kui Khond 20 Odia 20 - - - - -
 Kumhar (Hindu traditions) 50,000 Hindi 50,000 - - - - 200
 Kunbi (Hindu traditions) 8,400 Gujarati 8,400 - - - - -
Kunchatiga 1,100 Kannada 1,100 - - - - -
 Kuruba 200 Kannada 200 - - - - -
Lingader 40 Marathi - - - - - 40
 Lingayat 5,900 Kannada - - - - - 5,900
 Lohana 80 Gujarati 80 - - - - -
 Lohar (Hindu traditions) 19,000 Hindi 19,000 - - - - -
 Madasi Kuruva 200 Telugu 200 - - - - -
 Madiga (Christian traditions) 22,000 Telugu - - - 22,000 - -
 Madiga (Hindu traditions) 482,000 Telugu 481,000 - - 300 - -
 Madiga (Muslim traditions) 600 Telugu - 600 - - - -
 Madiga Dasu 500 Telugu 500 - - - - -
Madiga Penda 600 Telugu - 600 - - - -
Mahar (Christian traditions) 70 Marathi - - - 70 - -
 Mahratta 8,600 Marathi 8,600 - - - - -
 Mahratta Kunbi 1,300 Gujarati 1,300 - - - - -
 Mahyavanshi 60 Gujarati 60 - - - - -
Maila Unknown Tulu - - - - - -
 Mala (Christian traditions) 11,000 Telugu - - - 11,000 - -
 Mala (Hindu traditions) 262,000 Telugu 261,000 - 200 200 - -
Mala Dasari 6,000 Telugu 6,000 - - - - -
 Mala Dasu 100 Telugu 100 - - - - -
Mala Hannai Unknown Telugu - - - - - -
Mala Jangam 30 Telugu 30 - - - - -
Mala Jetti 22,000 Telugu 22,000 - 40 - - -
Mala Masti Unknown Telugu - - - - - -
 Malabar Catholic 60 Malayalam - - - 60 - -
 Mangala 98,000 Telugu 98,000 - - - - -
 Manna Dhora 30 Telugu 30 - - - - -
Manne Unknown Telugu - - - - - -
 Mappila 100 Malayalam - 100 - - - -
 Maravan 200 Tamil 200 - - - - -
 Masan Jogi 500 Kannada 500 - - - - -
Mashti Unknown Telugu - - - - - -
Matang (Christian traditions) 40 Marathi - - - 40 - -
Matangi Unknown Telugu - - - - - -
 Mochi (Hindu traditions) 500 Bengali 500 - - - - -
 Moghal 900 Urdu - 900 - - - -
Mundala 50 Tulu 50 - - - - -
 Munnur 20,000 Telugu 20,000 - - - - -
Musti Chenchu 1,400 Telugu 1,400 - - - - -
 Mutrasi 39,000 Telugu 39,000 - - - - -
 Nadar 80 Tamil 60 - - 20 - -
 Nai (Hindu traditions) 74,000 Hindi 73,000 - - - - 900
 Nair 400 Malayalam 400 - - - - -
 Nat (Hindu traditions) 200 Hindi 200 - - - - -
 Nau Buddh 20 Marathi - - 20 - - -
Navithan 200 Tamil 200 - - - - -
 Nayadi 20 Gujarati 20 - - - - -
 Pallan 900 Tamil 900 - - 20 - -
Pamidi 40 Odia 40 - - - - -
 Pan Unknown Odia - - - - - -
 Paraiyan 400 Tamil 300 - - 80 - -
 Pardhi 600 Pardhi 600 - - - - -
 Pashtun Northern 800 Urdu - 800 - - - -
 Persian 20 Persian, Iranian - 20 - - - -
 Pinjara 9,700 Urdu - 9,700 - - - -
Pulayan 40 Malayalam 40 - - - - -
Pulayan (Hindu traditions) 40 Malayalam 40 - - - - -
 Qassab 400 Urdu - 400 - - - -
 Raddi 500 Kannada - - - - - 500
 Rajput Bais (Hindu traditions) 700 Hindi 700 - - - - -
 Rajput Bhatti (Hindu traditions) 600 Hindi 600 - - - - -
 Rajput Chandel 200 Hindi 200 - - - - -
 Rajput Chauhan (Hindu traditions) 1,000 Hindi 1,000 - - - - -
Rajput Ponwar (Hindu traditions) 400 Hindi 400 - - - - -
Rajput Rathor 400 Hindi 400 - - - - -
 Rajput unspecified (Hindu traditions) 17,000 Hindi 17,000 - - - - -
 Rajput unspecified (Muslim traditions) 500 Urdu - 500 - - - -
 Rajput unspecified (Sikh traditions) 80 Punjabi, Eastern - - - - 80 -
 Relli Unknown Odia - - - - - -
Sali 4,900 Kannada 100 - - - - 4,800
 Saora 40 Odia 40 - - - - -
 Sayyid 55,000 Urdu - 55,000 - - - -
 Shaikh 616,000 Urdu - 616,000 - - - -
 Shaikh Qureshi 48,000 Urdu - 48,000 - - - -
Sikligar (Sikh traditions) 20 Punjabi, Eastern - - - - 20 -
Somvanshi 80 Marathi 80 - - - - -
 Sonar (Hindu traditions) 52,000 Hindi 52,000 - - - - -
 Syrian Christian 200 Malayalam - - - 200 - -
 Tamil (Muslim traditions) 1,300 Tamil - 1,300 - - - -
 Teli (Hindu traditions) 26,000 Hindi 26,000 - - - - 300
Thoti, caste 400 Telugu 400 - - - - -
 Vakkaliga 19,000 Kannada 19,000 - - - - -
Vaniyan 200 Tamil 200 - - 30 - -
 Vannan 80 Tamil 70 - - - - -
 Vanniyan 3,300 Tamil 3,300 - - - - -
 Velama 7,200 Telugu 7,200 - - - - -
Velan 40 Malayalam 40 - - - - -
Vellalan 600 Tamil 500 - - 30 - -
 Viramushti 500 Telugu 500 - - - - -
 Viswakarma 73,000 Telugu 73,000 - - 200 - -
 Yadav (Hindu traditions) 427,000 Hindi 427,000 - - - - -
Yadav Gola 287,000 Telugu 287,000 - - - - -
 Yenadi 800 Telugu 800 - - - - -
 Yerukula 37,000 Yerukula 37,000 80 - 40 - 100
  Totals:  231 4,710,000   212 3,897,000 754,000 300 35,000 800 21,000
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