Member Eligibility
We Belong To One Large Family
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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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
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 <shenoylab@hotmail.com>
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
Adyar Gopal and Radha Bai
'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                                  Vachha
Mijar Annappa Kamath               Kaunsha
Sampige Madhav Kini                Vachha
Adyar Ramachandra Shenoy     Vachha
Manchkal Lakshman Kudva      Kaunsha
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