The Golla community or caste is a cattle-rearing caste in Andhra Pradesh who like the Kuruba, Kuruva and Kuruma, are predominantly sheep, goat and cattle herders. Alternate spellings include Gwals, Gaur, Gaura, Gowda or Gowda Golla. Caste politics include the counting of Gollas as Ahirs.
- Gowda, a title given to the leader or elder in the Golla community
- Konar (caste), cowherds who are referred as Gollas
- Comprehensive History and Culture of Andhra Pradesh p 15 M. L. K. Murty, Dravidian University - 2003 -"In addition to Scheduled Tribes, there are other social groups, like Golla, Kuruba, Kuruva and Kuruma, whose traditional economy is predominantly sheep/goat herding and cattle pastoralism."