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List of Ezhavas

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Ezhava is a caste-based community of Kerala, India. They are also known as Ilhava, Irava, Izhava and Erava in the south of the region; as Chovas, Chokons Chekons and Chogons in Central Travancore; and as Tiyyas, Thiyyas and Theeyas in Malabar.

The following is a list of some prominent personalities who were born in the Ezhava caste.

Legendary characters

Spiritual leaders

Literature

Cinema

Politics

Social reformers

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