Member Eligibility
We Belong To One Large Family
The Aim of the Parivar is to unite the
members of these families into one
cultural and social group

Now it is considered
necessary to set up a website
for publishing the activities of
the Parivar, and therefore this
website www.adyargopal.com
has come into existence.
The Parivar is Young
Who Are Eligible to become Members?
  • Descendants of Sampige
    Madhav Kini
  • Descendants of the three
    sisters who married the grooms
    of Mijar Kamaths, Mijar Shenoys
    and Hiranki Kinis.
  • Descendants of Adyar
    Gopalakrishna Shenoy
Adyar Gopalakrishna Shenoy had three
sisters and two brothers.  His
grandfather and father, both died in the
small-pox epidemic that devastated
Adyar village in 1909. Apart from the
descendants of Gopalakrishna and his
brothers and sisters, there are no other
survivors in the Adyar family of Adyar
village.
Adyar Shenoys
Privacy policy
All the information provided to this
website and to the Adyar Gopal Parivar
is published on the web and so it will all
be available
to the public at large.
Only the names and their relationships
with the forefathers is published and
addresses and telephone numbers will
be retained in the files.  These
addresses and telephone numbers
may be made available to other
members
if asked for.
We invite the members to use this
website to announce births, deaths,
weddings, graduations, promotions,
giving thanks, winning awards, and
such other events in the family by
contacting Dr. Mohan Shenoy at phone
26797278 ( prefix with appropriate local
and international codes where
necessary) or sending email to
<shenoymohanga69@bsnl,in>
This is a free service.
In fact all member services are free of
any cost to members.
There is no membership fee of any
kind.  Members are members by birth in
the scheduled families.
Use of this website
Late Adyar Gopalakrishna
Shenoy was born on 21st
September 1906 at the Adyar
Village situated about 8 kilometers
from the port city of Mangalore on
the west coast of Karnataka State
India.  He married Amba the
eldest daughter of Mijar
Manjunath Kamath and Radhu.
Mijar Manjunath Kamath was the
younger son of Mijar Annappa
Kamath and Radhu was the third
daughter of Sampige Madhav
Kini. Adyar Gopal Parivar
therefore invites all those people
who were born in these families
viz. the Adyar Shenoy family, the
Mijar Kamath family and Sampige
Kini family.  People born to
brothers and sisters of Mijar
Annappa Kamath and his wife and
of Radhu are also welcome
to join us.
About Adyar Gopal
The Parivar (the club) is the brain
child of Dr. Adyar Mohan Shenoy,
the third son of late Sri Adyar
Gopalakrishna Shenoy.  It was
inaugurated at a function held in
Mangalore on 23rd September
2007 by Sri M.Mohandas Kudva,
son of late Sri Narayana Kudva of
the Manchakal Kudva family of
late Sri Lakshman Kudva, the
grandfather of Mohandas.
About The Parivar
All those persons born in the families of
Sampige Madhav Kini including the
descendants of his children viz.
Subbamma, Radhu, Venkatray and
Narasimha, are invited to join as
members after filling in the information
form provided here. The same holds
true for those born in the families of the
three sisters that married into the Mijar
Shenoys, Mijar Kamaths,
and Hiranki Kinis. In the case of
Subbamma daughter of Sampige
The Sampige Family
Adyar Gopal and Radha Bai
Towards the end of the Nineteenth Century there were three
sisters, who are our roots. These three sisters have not left the
names of their parents for us. But one among us will look into the
village records of Kannada districts in the future to investigate.
These three sisters got married and bore many children who
became our forefathers. We do not know their names but from
the word of mouth we have come to know that one of them was
named Bhagirathi. However we know the names of their
husbands. The eldest sister got married to Mijar Madhav Shenoy.
Most of the Adyar Gopal Parivar ancestors were born and
brought up within a radius of 100 kilometers in the old South
Kanara District. They were all poor farmers and
businessmen. They were either small landholders or landless
tenants. Some of them were small merchants running retail or
wholesale grocery stores. A good proportion of them were
excellent cooks preparing and selling sweets or establishing
small restaurants. Hiranki Ramray Kini was a retail grocery
store owner in Baddakatte. Mijar Madhav Shenoy and
Annappa Kamath almost entirely depended upon their small
agricultural fields, which they took over as tenants from the
rich Jain landlords in the area.
In 1510 A.D., the Kanara region was ruled by small and petty rulers belonging to the local Jain
or Bunt community. They pledged allegiance to the Kings of Vijayanagara Kingdom first and
then to the Muslim warlords Hyderali and Tippu Sultan who conquered and occupied these
lands.         

Tippu Sultan was the ruler when the armed forces of the British East India Company defeated
him in a battle of Mysore in 1784 A.D. The British rule was administered directly from Madras
(now Chennai) and the north and south Kanara districts were included in the Madras province,
along with Malabar.

Our ancestors are originally from Goa. They lived peacefully until the Portuguese government
was established in Goa in 1510 A.D. The Portuguese King was a Roman Catholic Christian. He
had been advised by the Pope to convert all non-Christians into Christianity, by force if
necessary.

Therefore within a short time after the administration of Goa was taken up by the Portuguese
government, the local Hindu people were persuaded to convert into Christianity. Our ancestors
were well entrenched in their religion and were unable to even think of any other life-style.
Therefore they refused to get converted into Christianity. This lead to imposition of Inquisition
by the Portuguese high-priests with open support of the Portuguese administrators. To escape
this persecution the Hindus took to mass-migration under very difficult conditions and moved to
areas beyond the control of the Portuguese, which was all around Goa. Some of them migrated
to the north; others to the south. Very few could migrate towards the east, since the western
ghat mountains prevented easy march to safety.

This mass-migration began around 1540 A.D., and continued until 1838 A.D., first in big hordes;
later in small groups. In 1837 A.D., Portugal became a Republic nation and the democratic
government of Portugal stopped the religious persecution.
The first migrants had the most difficulties to face; those who arrived later were helped by those
who had arrived earlier and had taken a firm foot-hold in the new land. Thus the Goans who
migrated to the new areas adopted the customs, culture and language of their country of
migration.
The second sister got married to Hiranki Ramray Kini. The
youngest sister got married to Mijar Annappa Kamath. Mijar
Madhav Shenoy and Mijar Annappa Kamath lived in the Badagu
Yedapadav area of Mijar village. Mijar village is located about 24
kilometers from Mangalore on the Mangalore-Moodbidri route.
Hiranki Ramray Kini lived in the Baddekatte area of Bantwal town
situated on the bank of Netravathi River, about 22 kilometers
from Mangalore on the Mangalore-Belthangadi route.
We do not have the records of the names of the parents or the grand parents of the three
sisters we consider our roots. The three sisters were instrumental in keeping the Mijar Madhav
Shenoy family in close touch with the Mijar Annappa Kamath family and the two Mijar families
with the Hiranki Kini family of Baddakatte in Bantwal. Also we do not have the records of all the
children of the three sisters. What records we have are given in this configuration essay.
1.  MIJAR MADHAV SHENOY
FAMILY
1.1 Mijar Madhav Shenoy is the eldest
co-brother. His wife (the eldest sister) gives
birth to three sons: Shanthappa, Manjunath
and Vasudev.
1.2 Shanthappa marries Kejji and they had
three children: Ananth, Leelavathi and
Saraswathi. Saraswathi's nickname was
Sappulli.  
1.3 Ananth married Shreedevi and they had
eight children: Kasthuri, Prema, Sadanand,
Varadaraya, Bhaskar, Shrimathi, Chandrakala
and Krishnabai.
1.4 Leelavathi married Narasimha Bhandarkar.
Narasimha dies early and Leelavathi becomes
a child widow.
1.5 Sappulli is married to Balepuni Das Baliga.
Sappulli gives birth to seven children: Dattu
(Damodar), Mohini, Meera, Rathna,
Chandrakala, Vittal and Hanumanth.
2. MIJAR ANANTH SHENOY
FAMILY
'Gothra' is the term in Sanskrit for different
ancient groups among Hindus, especially the
Brahmins such as the Gowda Saraswath
Brahmins. For example Vacha gothra is the
group descended from Vacha Muni. There are
18 known gothra(s) and Kaunsha, Kaundinya,
Bharadwaja, are some of them. The gothra is
important for marriage among the groups. We
do not marry in the family belonging to the
same gothra.
When a woman gets married she enters the
family of her husband's gothra. All her children
will be considered to belong to the gothra of
her husband. Her daughters are recognised to
belong to the gothra of her husband and when
they get married they can marry into the family
belonging to any gothra other than same
gothra, including her paternal gothra.
The three sisters did not carry the gothra of
their parents to the married home. Their
husbands belonged to the following gothra(s).
Mijar Madhav Shenoy:   Kaunsha
Hiranki Kini:     Kaundinya
Mijar Annappa Kamath: Kaunsha           
Sampige Madhav Kini: Vacha
Adyar Ramachandra Shenoy: Vacha
Manchkal Lakshman Kudva: Kaunsha
2.1 Kasthuri marries Vittal Shenoy and gives
birth to three children: The first child was a
male child but he was disabled and died in his
twenties.
The second child is also a male child; his
name is Manjunath.
2. 1. 2
Manjunath marries Gayathri. They
have one child by the name of Vrinda.
2.2
Prema married Raamachandra Naayak
and gave birth to four children: Krishnanand,
Prabhakar, Ganesh and Uma.
2.2.1
Krishnananda marries Kavitha who
gave birth to two children: Karthik and Krithika.
2.2.2
Prabhakar marries Poornima and got
three children: Praveen, Prajwal and Prasaad.
2.2.3
Ganesh marries Gayathri and gets one
child: Chaithra
2.2.4
Uma marries Manohar Nayak and gives
birth to two children: Madangopal and Manoj.
2.3
Sadaanand marries Anasuya who gives
birth to one child: Srikanth.
2.4
Varadaray marries Vanitha and gets two
children: Shashidhar and Lakshmi.
2.4.1
Lakshmi marries Mangesh Shenoy and
has one child: Pavan.
2.5
Bhaskar marries Sunitha and they get two
children: Yashwant and Ashwini.
2.5.1
Ashwini marries Sathish Bhandarkar
and awaiting a child.
2.6
Shrimathi marries Manjunath Nayak and
gets three children: Surekha, Vijaya and
Ganesh.
2.6.1
Surekha marries Ramakrishna Prabhu
and gave birth to two children: Amritha and
Ananth.
2.6.2
Vijaya marries Padmanabha Shenoy
and gave birth to two chidren: Shwetha and
Vaasudev.
2.6.3
Ganesh marries Vidya and they got no
issues as on Oct 2010.
2.7
Chandrakala married Panduranga
Kamath and gave birth to two children:
Ravikanth and Shashikanth.
2.7.1
Ravikanth marries Revathi and they got
two children: Ramith and Riya.
2.8
Krishnabai marries Varadaray Prabhu
and gave birth to three children: Vaishali,
Sharaayu and Shrinivas.
3. SAPPULLI AND DAS BALIGA
FAMILY
PHOTOGRAPHS OF OUR ANCESTORS
Nethrakka is nick name of Nethravathi, the
eldest daughter of Adyar Manjunath
Shanubhogue and eldest sister of Adyar
Gopal. Click on the picture for more details.
Gowriakka is nick name of Gowri, the
second daughter of Adyar Manjunath
Shanubhogue and elder sister of Adyar
Gopal. Click on the picture for more
details.
Shirdevakka is nick name of Sridevi, the
third daughter of Adyar Manjunath
Shanubhogue and elder sister of Adyar
Gopal. Click on the picture for more
details.
RAAMACHANDRA
Adyar Ramachandra Shenoy was the
elder of the three sons of Adyar
Manjunath Shanubhogue and elder
brother of Adyar Gopal. Click on the
picture for more details.
GOPALKRISHNA
Adyar Gopalkrishna Shenoy was the
fifth child of Adyar Manjunath
Shanubhogue and younger brother of
Raamachandra. Click on the picture for
more details.
Gopalakrishna (Adyar Gopal) (Born
21-9-1906) Grandson of Adyar
Ramachandra Shanbhogue.
Father: Adyar Manjunath Shanbhogue.
Mother: Kamala (maiden name Yamuna).
Sisters: Nethravathi, Gowri, Sridevi.
Brothers: Ramachandra, Padmanabha.
Wife: Radha Bai (maiden name: Amba).
Father-in-law: Mijar Manjunath Kamath.
Mother-in-law: Radhu(Sampige Radhu Kini).
Occupation: Retail Grocery store,
Mangalore.
Death: 8th August, 1991.
BHAVAANI (W/O VASUDEV
HYPOTHETICAL FAMILY LINE
ADYAR MANJUNATH SHANBHAG
SAMPIGE MADHAV KINI
MANCHKAL LAKSHMAN KUDVA
THREE SISTERS' CHILDREN VIZ MIJAR SHENOYS,
HIRANKI KINIS OR MIJAR KAMATHS.
____________________________|_____________________________
|                                                                                                                 |
SON MARRIES A NON-DDM                                                  DAUGHTER MARRIES A NON-DDM
_____|____                                                                               ________|_____________
|                   |                                                                              |                                         |  
DDM (SON)   DAUGHTER (DDM)                                            DDM (SON)         DDM (DAUGHTER

ALL THE SONS AND DAUGHTERS BORN TO THESE SONS AND DAUGHTERS ARE DDM FOR
ADYAR GOPAL PARIVAR MEMBERSHIP ELIGIBILITY.  
SPOUSES OF DDM ARE ALSO ELIGIBLE FOR MEMBERSHIP AS ARE THEIR CHILDREN
REGARDLESS WHETHER THE FATHER OR THE MOTHER IS A DDM.
CONFIGURATION
OF ADYAR GOPAL PARIVAR
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Adyar Gopal Parivar has members who are as old as 70 and
even 80 years but this club is just born on the 23rd
September 2007 by being inaugurated by one of the active
members, viz. Sri Manchakal Mohandas Kudva.  
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BRIEF HISTORY OF GOWDA SARASWATH BRAHMANS
D/O ANANTH SHENOY
GOTHRA
1. MIJAR MADHAV SHENOY
See Family Line Page 6
See images
3.1 Dattu (Damodar) marries Kasthuri and
they got two children: Lalitha and Pandurang.
3.1.1
Lalitha marries Subbaray Kamath and
they have two children: Shrikanth and
Suhaasini.
3.1.2
Pandurang marries Veena and they have
two children: Vivek and Amritha.
3.2
Mohini marries Lakshman Shenoy and
they remained issueless.
3.3
Meera married Gundray Nayak and gave
birth to three children: Ananthkrishna, Vidya
and Vrinda.
3.3.1
Ananthkrishna marries Arundhathi and
they have three children: Anupama, Nagendra
and Sushma.
3.3.2
Vidya marries Sudarshan Shenoy and
they have two children: Sumangala and
Sahana.
3.3.3
Vrinda marries Vasanth Baliga and they
have one child: Adithi.
3.4
Rathna marries Devadas Kamath and gave
birth to four children: Nagesh, Yogesh, Gokul
and Sahana.
3.4.1
Nagesh marries Sandhya and they get
two children: Roopa and Reshma.
3.4.2
Yogesh marries Savitha and they get
two children: Akshay and Abhishek.
3.4.3
Gokul marries Sowmya and they get one
child: Aishwarya.
3.4.4
Sahana is married to Ganesh Prabhu
and she gives birth to two children: Gautham
and Gaurav.
3.5
Chandrakala marries Subbanna Pai and
gives birth to three children: Naaga Raj, Sunil
Raviraj and Gaayathri.
3.5.1
Naaga Raj marries Jyothi and they get
two children: Shraavya and Drishya.
3.5.2
Sunil Raviraj marries Swaathi and they
get one child: Kaarthik.
3.5.3
Gaayathri is married to Srinivas Shenoy
and gives birth to one child: Sanjana.
3.6
Vittalrao is married to Hemalatha and they
got three children: Sujaatha, Suneetha and
Hareesh.
3.6.1
Sujaatha is married to Ganesh Pai and
gives birth to two children: Abhishek and Amrith.
3.6.2
Suneetha is married to Purushottam
Suvarna and they are issueless.
3.6.3
Hareesh is married to Sheila and they
got two children: Aadithya and Aniruddha.
3.7
Hanumanth marries Ravikala and they got
three children: Ganesh Prasaad, Gokuldas and
Kaanchana.
3.7.1
Ganesh Prasaad is married to Deepa
and they got one child: Dhruv.
3.7.2
Gokuldas married Neetha and they got
two children: Maansa and Dharini.
3.7.3
Kaanchana is married to Damodar
Prabhu and they got two children: Preksha and
Prasiddh
See details of Family Line
The second son of Madhav Shenoy marries Gowri and they get six children: Vittal, Vedavathi,
Padmanabha, Ganapathi, Narasimha and Raghuraam.
2.1 Vittal marries Rukmabai and they get three children: Susheela, Shashikala and
Chandrakala.
2.1.1
Susheela marries Pundalik but they are issueless.
2.1.2
Shashikala marries P.D.Nayak and they got two children: Poornima and a boy whose
name is not know to us.
2.1.3
Suryakala marries one Aacharya and gives birth to two children but we do not know their
names.
2.2.1 Shridhar marries Mithra and they got eight children: Manohar, Vaaman, Padmanaabha,
Vishwanath, Revathi, Dhanavathi, Kalaavathi and Vishnu.
2.2.1.1
Manohar marries Leelavathi and they get three children: Vinodini, Pramodini and
Prasaad.
2.2.1.1.1
Vinodini marries Shivananda Shenoy and they get two children: Shylesh and
Samarth.
2.2.1.1.2
Pramodini marries Yogesh Shenoy and they get one childe: Himansh.
2.2.1.2
Vaaman marries Veena and they get two children: Karunakar and Ramya.
2.2.1.2.1
Ramya marries Jeevottam Bhat.
2.2.1.3
Padmanaabha marries Jayalakshmi and they get two children: Priya and Narasimha.
2.2.1.4
Vishwanath marries Vishaala and they get two children: Upendra and Venkatesh.
2.2.1.5
Revathi marries Madhav Kamath and they get four children: Chandrakanth, Aasha,
Suryakanth and Latha.
2.2.1.5.1
Chandrakanth marries Divya.
2.2.1.5.2
Aasha marries Sunil and they get two children: Niyathi and Preethi.
2.2.1.5.3
Latha marries Subhash.
2.2.1.6
Dhanavathi marries Ganesh Prabhu and they get two children: Keerthi and Girish.
2.2.1.6.1
Keerthi marries Narasimha Kudva.
2.2.1.7
Kalaavathi marries Sathish Mahaale and they get two children: Shraddha and Shreyas.
2.2.1.7 Vishnu marries Vidya and they get two children: Vikram and Vinod.
2.2 Vedavathi marries Manjunath Shenoy and they get seven children: Shridhar, Mohan
(Mushnappa), Keshav, Shankar, Rohini, Meera and Nirmala.
2.2.2 Mohan (Mushnappa) marries Tulasi and they get three children: Sudarshan, Jagannath
and Govind.
2.2.2.1
Sudarshan marries Anuraadha and they get two children: Sudha and Supriya.
2.2.2.2
Govind marries Geetha and they get three children: Poornima, Shambhavi and Mohan.
2.2.3 Keshav marries Sugandhi and they get four children: Rajani, Venkataramana, Vijaya and
Bhaarathi.
2.2.3.1
Rajani marries Prabhakar Prabhu and they get two children: Pooja and Pavithra.
2.2.3.2
Venkataraman marries Shilpa and they have one child: Janhavi.
2.2.3.3
Vijaya marries Shridhar Shenoy and they get two children: Shravan and Riya.
2.2.3.4
Bhaarathi marries Shashidhar Nayak and they get one child: Shashaank.
2.2.4 Shankar marries Suguna and they get three children: Prathima, Ganapathi and Mallinath.
2.2.4.1
Prathima is married to Vasanth Prabhu and they get one child: Shreya.
2.2.4.2
Ganapathi marries Veena and they get one child: Babu.
2.2.4.3
Mallinath is married to Amitha and they get two children: Adithi and Arjun.
2.2.5 Rohini is married to Purushottam Nayak and gives birth to nine children: Goverdhan,
Praphulla, Chandrayini, Maalathi, Vaasudev, Baalachandra, Shashidhar, Kusuma and Giridhar.
Goverdhan, son of Rohini, married Kumuda and they got two children, viz. Vinodini and
Vinayak.
Praphulla, daughter of Rohini married Venkatesh Hegde and they got two children, viz. Vittalray
and Anjani.
Chandrayani (Savitha), daughter of Rohini married Yajnesh Murthy and they got one child,
Jnanesh.
Malathi, daughter of Rohini, married Pandurang Kamath, and gave birth to two children, viz.
Prashanth and Preethi.
Vasudev, son of Rohini, married Vasuda and got two children, viz. Akshay and Amrita.
Balachandra, son of Rohini married Lata and they got two children, viz. Vaishali and Vikram.
Shashidhar, son of Rohini married Bharathi and they got one child Shashank.
Kusuma, daughter of Rohini, married Dinesh Shenoy and they got two children, viz. Ashwin
and Apurva.
Giridhar, son of Rohini, married Vrinda and they got one child, Gajaanan.
See details of family line
Meera, daughter of Vedavathi, married Mohan Dange and they got five children, viz. Prema,
Naagi, Bhaarathi, Shrinivas and Ganesh.

Nirmala, dughter of Vedavathi, married Raghuram Kudva and they got five children, viz.
Shashikala, Ravikala, Vatsala, Geetha and Vighnesh.
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Goverdhan married Naaraayani and they got nine children: Anusooya, Raadhakrishna,
Prabhaakar, Chandra Kala, Premaanand, Yashwanth, Dinesh Susheela and Maadhav.
Anusooya married Chittaranjan Prabhu and they got three children: Prashanth, Vasanth and
Sumanth.
Raadhakrishna married Vinaya and they got two children: Ranjith and Rohit.
Prabhaakar married Pavithra and they got one child: Pallavi.
Chandrakala married Ashok Pai and they got two children; Anupama and Ajith.
Premaanand married Priya and they got one child: Srinivas.
Yashwanth is a bachelor (Oct. 2010)
Dinesh married Divya.
Susheela is also known as Surekha and her married name is Vidya. Susheela married Suresh
Kamath and they got two children: Vineeth and Namitha.
Madhav remains a bachelor.

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Nagappayya married Chandrayani and they had seven chilren: 1. Raghupathy, 2. Vaarija  3.
Damodar,
4. Bhagirathi, 5. Yashodha, 6. Nirmala, 7. Raamachandra.

Raghupathy married Jayalakshmi and got three children: 1. Vaasudev, 2. Vijendra, 3. Sumana.

Vaarija died a spinster.

Damodar married Deepa and they got two children: 1. Bhaarathi, 2. Vijay.

Bhagirathi married Radhakrishna Shenoy and gave birth to three children: 1. Prashanth, 2.
Prathima,
3. Suchithra
Prashanth married Prathiksha and got one child: Prajwal
Prathima married Umesh Shenoy and got one child: Mamatha
Suchithra married Ashwin Nayak and they got one child: Ankith.

Yashodha married Shantharam Nayak and gave birth to two children: 1. Sandesh, 2.
Raghavendra.

Nirmala married Chandrakar Kamath and gave birth to three children: 1. Ashvini, 2. Avinaash,
3. Anwitha.

Raamachandra married Rachana and they got two children: 1. Ridish, 2. Vrinda
Pinki got married to Baddur Appa. Their children are: 1. Nethravathi  2. Krishnaray

Nethravathi married Ganesh Mallya and gave birth to six children. They are:
1. Krishnabai  2. Suguna  3. Suresh, 4. Dinesh  5. Harish  6. Saroja

Krishnabai married Shantharam Pai and gave birth to two children: 1. Ahwini  2. Arpana
Suguna married Gopal Pai and gave birth to two children: 1. Rajesh  2. Girish
Suresh married Sunitha who bore him two children: 1. Sunil  2. Sudhir
Dinesh married Anuraadha, (daughter of Krishnaray) who gave birth to two children: 1. Disha
2. Dhanush
Harish married Anitha who gave birth to two children: 1. Akshatha 2. Akshay
Sudha married Ganesh Nayak and gave birth to two children: 1. Anjani  2. Archana

Krishnaray married TulasiBai and they got four children. They are: 1. Gopinath  2. Narayan  3.
Anuraadha  
4. Sudha
Gopinath married Poornima and they got two children: 1. Raajaram  2. Vaishnavi
Narayan remained a bachelor.
Anuraadha married Dinesh Mallya (son of her aunth Nethravathi). (see above).
Sudha married Gurudas Mallya and they got one child: Archana
Vasudev married Bhavaani
Bhavaani delivered seven children:
1) Pinki  2) Nagappayya  3) Goverdhan  4) Sulochana  5) Janardhan  6) Subbanna  7) Koppalli
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families of the three sisters that married into the Adyar
Shenoys, Manchkal Kudvas, Mijar Shenoys, Mijar
Kamaths, and Hiranki Kinis.
The Parivar was inaugurated on 23rd September 2007.
The Parivar or club is the brain child of Dr. Adyar Mohan
Shenoy, the third son of late Sri Adyar Gopalakrishna
Shenoy.
It was inaugurated at a function held in Mangalore on
23rd September 2007 by Sri M.Mohandas Kudva,
son of late Sri Narayana Kudva of the Manchakal
Kudva family of late Sri Lakshman Kudva, the
grandfather of Mohandas.
The Aim of the Parivar is to unite the members of
these families into one cultural and social group
Now it is considered necessary to set up a website
for publishing the activities of the Parivar, and
therefore this website www.adyargopal.com has
come into existence.
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PAGE 2: GURPUR SATISH BHAT
PAGE 3: BALEPUNI DAS BALIGA
PAGE 4: MIJAR ANNAPPA KAMATH
PAGE 6: MIJAR VASUDEV SHENOY
PAGE 7: MANCHAKAL LAKSHMAN KUDVA
PAGE 5: SAMPIGE MADHAVRAY KINI
PAGE 8: HIRANKI RAMACHANDRA KINI
PAGE 9: MANCHAKAL DEVARAYA KUDVA
PAGE 10: MIJAR MANJUNATH SHENOY
PAGE 11: MIJAR MADHAV SHENOY
PAGE 21 AMBA VASUDEV PAI FAMILY
PAGE 22 RADHA (JANI) KESHAV KAMATH
PAGE 23 MIJAR NARASIMHA SHENOY
PAGE 24 NERALAKATTE VISHWANATH SHENOY
PAGE 25 B VARADARAYA KINI
PAGE 26 ARUNDHATHI PURUSHOTTAM SHENOY
PAGE 27 GOWRI VITTAPPA BHAT
PAGE 12: SAMPIGE MADHAVRAY KINI
PAGE 13: MIJAR ANANTH SHENOY
PAGE 15: MANCHAKAL VAMAN KUDVA
PAGE 16: MOODBIDRI VENKATRAY KINI
PAGE 17: MIJAR DASAPPA KAMATH
PAGE 18: MIJAR MADHAV SHENOY
PAGE 19: MOODBIDRI VENKATRAY KINI
PAGE 20: MIJAR RAGHURAM SHENOY
PAGE 14: MANCHAKAL NARAYAN KUDVA
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