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Gavara are one of the many small communities or castes of Andhra who live mostly in the north coastal districts.

In common with many other Telugu-speaking communities, the Gavara often use the title Naidu.[1]


  1. ^ Vijaya, M.; Kanthimathi, S.; Srikumari, C. R.; Reddy, P. Govinda; Majumder, P. P.; Ramesh, A. (2007). "A Study on Telugu – Speaking Immigrants of Tamil Nadu, South India" (PDF). International Journal of Human Genetics. 7 (4): 303–306.