Tiwari

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Tiwari /tɪwɑːriː/ is a surname of the Hindu Brahmins communities commonly found in India and Nepal. Alternative spellings include Tiwary, Tewari and Tewary. The word Tiwari (and similar surnmaes such as Trivedi and Tripathi) means "versed in three vedas".

Tiwari Bhanjyang in Bhojpur district, Nepal is named after Khas Tiwaris.

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Independence activists[edit]

Spiritual leaders[edit]

  • Ankit Tiwari, Yoga teacher, poet and spiritual guide
  • Maya Tiwari, known as Mother Maya and Sri Swami Mayatitananda, Guyanese is a spiritual leader, international speaker and author
  • Sahadeo Tiwari, religious scholar

Information Technology and Business[edit]

Civil service[edit]

  • Sivakant Tiwari -former legal head officer of the Singapore Legal Service & head of the Ministry of Defence's legal department (1974), and head of the Attorney-General's Chambers' Civil Division (1987)

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Textile Engineer Tushar Chandra Tewary Bangladesh University Of Textiles

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