There are also surnames that indicate royal lineage of mudiraj people.go TOP : The village accountant (variously known as patwari, talatti, karnam, adhikari, etc.) is an administrative government position found in rural parts of the Indian sub-continent.
The office and the officeholder are called the patwari in Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Bengal, North India and in Pakistan while in Sindh it is called Tapedar .
The position is known as the karnam or adhikari in Tamil Nadu, while it is commonly known as the talati in Gujarat and Maharashtra.
Many holders of the title now use Patwari as their family last name in Karnataka and a few other parts of South India. The peer of a patwari in Maharashtra and Karnataka is the talati.
go TOP : Narmet surname not belongs to Telugu Mudiraj community but also to Telugu Yadava community.
Many surnames in Andhra Pradesh are derived from the village / town name in which the people originally used to live.
There are many people having surnames after towns such as Gunturu, Bezawada ( Vijayawada ), Addanki, etc.
go TOP : The Mudiraj people having surname BUKKA seems to the descendants of Bukkaraya, one of the founder king of Vijayanagar empire on the banks of Tungabhadra at Hampi.
Mudiraj warrior clans and its variant valmikis and bunts were the backbone of Vijayanagar empire that sustained for about 300 years.
: The following are some of the surnames of Telugu Mudiraj people with (gotram) within brackets- These names are collected through internet search and personal inquiry made by Mr. Surnames with Star (*) indicate that the surname is analysed to find its origins and people of the surnames.