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List of Nadars

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Nadars are a caste from the Indian states of Tamil Nadu and from a few parts of Kerala. Nadars occupy various positions, including education, politics and mostly retail business. Below is a list of some notable Nadars who have contributed in different fields.[1][2]

Business

Ministers

MLAs

Celebrities

Leaders of Political Movements

References

  1. ^ *Sanchita Das (March 17, 2004). "Nadar vote bank remains divided". Business Standard. Retrieved March 17, 2004. 
  2. ^ a b *Polgreen, Lydia (September 10, 2010). "New Business Class Rises in Ashes of South India's Caste System". New York Times. Retrieved September 14, 2010. 
  3. ^ M.G.Muthu. Rags to riches. Variant Communications, 1999. 
  4. ^ Vikas Pota. India Inc: how India's top ten entrepreneurs are winning globally. Nicholas Brealey Publishing, 2009. p. 179. ISBN 1-85788-524-4. 
  5. ^ [1] www.rxpgnews.com
  6. ^ Dr.Ivy Peter and Dr.D.Peter (148). Liberation of the Oppessed a Continuous Struggle. Kanniyakumari Institute of Development Studies. 
  7. ^ a b Dr.Ivy Peter and Dr.D.Peter. Liberation of the Oppessed a Continuous Struggle. Kanniyakumari Institute of Development Studies. 
  8. ^ a b Dr.Ivy Peter and Dr.D.Peter. Liberation of the Oppessed a Continuous Struggle. Kanniyakumari Institute of Development Studies. p. 232. 
  9. ^ "'who's who' page from Nadar Sangam Website". 
  10. ^ "'Famous Nadars' from Nadar Sangam Web". 
  11. ^ "'Nadar Personalities' kuttyjapan Web". 
  12. ^ "'Nadar Personalities' kuttyjapan.com". 
  13. ^ "Postal cover on ex-MLA released". The Hindu. Chennai, India. 15 February 2007. 
  14. ^ Robert Hardgrave. The Nadars of Tamil Nadu. University of California Press. p. 247.