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The affiliation of Kammas as a caste to the ruling dynasties could not be ascribed till 11th century. Traces of evidence were found in the inscriptions of Telugu Cholas/Chodas of Velanadu starting from Gonka I (1075-1115 CE), found in many places in Kammanadu. Gorantla Butchayya chowdhary - Former Minister, Govt of AP. This shows that the ancestors of Kammas and Velamas were either Buddhists or Jains who did not follow Gothra system and that both the social groups had a common history. The historical reasons for the dichotomy of the two groups are not known, although many stories abound. Inscriptions mentioning Kammanadu are available since 3rd century C. EAccording to some historians the Kammas existed since the time of the Christ Kambhoja/Pallava origin Some historians opined that the name Kamma is probably derived from Kambhoja, an ancient Aryan warrior clan. Nagadeva’s other sons Ellaya Nayaka and Mechaya Nayaka were also valiant fighters. Chandra Rajeswara Rao - Freedom fighter, eminent socialist and long time general secretary of the Communist Party of India. Another warrior of repute was Muppidi Nayaka who went on an expedition to Kanchi, defeated the Pandya king and merged it with Kakatiya dynasty in 1316 CE. thousands of Kamma Nayakas perished along with others, in the defense of Warangal. Satya Narayana Koratala - Marxist Ideologue and Polit Bureau member of the Communist Party of India.
After the fall of Warangal they united the Nayaka chieftains, wrested Warangal from the Delhi Sultanate and ruled for 50 years ]. Hanumantha Rao Moturi - CPI(M) Polit Bureau Member and Editor of Prajasakti Daily since its inception. The Garuda Purana locates a Kambhoja principality/settlement in the neighborhood of Ashmaka, Pulinda, Jimuta, Narrashtra, Lata and Karnata countries, and also specifically informs us that this section of Kambojas were living in the southern part of India. pulinda ashmaka jimuta narrashtara nivasinah carnata kamboja ghata dakshinapathvasinah[ Kurmi origin Another origin of Kammas is speculated as: Buddhist Kurmis from the Gangetic plains migrated to the Krishna river delta in large numbers to escape the persecution of Pushyamitra Sunga (184 BCE)Buddhism was already flourishing in Dharanikota, Bhattiprolu, Chandavolu etc in this fertile area Historians surmised that the Sanskrit word Kurmi/Kurma became Kamma in later years The first records of the word Kammarashtram appeared in the Jaggayyapeta inscription of the Ikshvaku King Madhariputra Purushadatta (3rd century CE)Kammarashtram extended from the Krishna River to Kandukur (Prakasam Dt.). The Kamma population was 795,732 in the year 1881 . In the last decades of the previous century some of them migrated to other parts of the world, particularly to the USA, UK and Australia.