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Srivatsa Gotra and Brigu Rishi Vamsham Lineage

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The word "gotra" means "lineage" in the Sanskrit language. Each gotra takes the name of a famous Rishi or sage who was the patrilineal forebearer of that clan. One of the Gotra is Srivatsasa from Brigu Rishi. Srivatsa Gotra has five Rishis: 1.Bhargava 2. Chyavana 3. Apravana 4. Aruva 5. Jamadagni. All these rishis bel…ong to Brigu Vamsham, over the week end got the Brigu Vamsham Lineage from old document from my father. Please Zoom it to see clearly


Brigu Vamsham

Written by tipparaju

September 12, 2010 at 8:43 pm

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  1. Can you please let me know the name of the book from where you obtained this image?


    September 7, 2011 at 9:55 pm

    • Not sure if this book is available in publication anymore, the copy I got was almost half torn and very very old book


      November 5, 2012 at 7:43 pm

  2. hello sir this is vamsi krishna.p I also belong to the same gotra and i am interested to know about my own gotra in dealed. kindly send ur e-mail address , be in touch with me
    thank you

    vamsi krishna pathapati

    January 2, 2012 at 7:02 pm

  3. Hi Surendra,
    This is an excellent info. My gotra Srivatsa too. However I am unable to read the document as it is either in Kannada, or Telugu. Would it be pssible to translate it for me? (PS: My email is Keep up the good work.

    Thanking you,
    With regards,
    Vasu Ranganathan

    Vasu Ranganathan

    November 5, 2012 at 1:42 pm

    • Its in Telugu, may be one of these days I will create a English version and share it


      November 5, 2012 at 7:38 pm

      • Sir Excellent. May God bless u for the very good work done by. I belong to same Gotra . my mail id is

        Potukuchi Bala sundaram

        March 18, 2014 at 6:02 pm

  4. Why in this Gotra table, the name of Srivatsa Rishi is not there?


    July 6, 2013 at 10:30 am

  5. Tipparaju Sir, Have you created English version? Advance thanks.

    Ramani Subbumahalingam

    November 10, 2013 at 4:33 am

  6. sir my goatra is savran my ved is sam ved and sakha is kauthmi , plz sir i am searching for my goatra lineage from so long it is from bhargav lineage as i cannnot read telgu and i am brahmin from kashi plz tell me that this tree has savarn goatra thanks my email


    June 3, 2014 at 8:33 pm

  7. hi surendra its very nice and ancient historical document my gotra is jamdagni i want more from you in english so will you pls mail me at


    December 22, 2014 at 1:28 pm

  8. Some information is wrong on this info . according my research ourvamaharshi son of richika is known as ruchikudu. I am doing research on our brigu vaMSaM. This is to my knowledge . I am Aripirala kaLYAN Sastry. Srivatsasa gothram.

    aripirala kalyan sastry

    October 19, 2015 at 6:30 pm

  9. Your contribution is outstanding. Your information is very much useful now a days. I belong to Srivatsasa gothram. I want to know how to pronounce pravara of Srivatsa gothra and at which point of morning Sandhya Vandanam. Pl share with this information. [my email is].

    With best regards
    Shivaji Rao

    shivaji rao

    November 16, 2015 at 11:29 am

    • Pravara is the like your ID card, when ever you meet a person, you exchange the details of you name, place & lineage. Everyday during prayer you must say your pravara indicating your identity and also its important you do that when you visit the temple and see the God. Especially when you visit Jagadguru or peetadhi pathi you must introduce yourself with pravara, that’s is the respectable way to represent yourself. Now coming pravara its self, there are 3 primary set of information that is indicated:
      1. Your Rishsi’s
      2. Your Gotra
      3. Your Name

      and finally you end with your greetings which is called ‘Abhivadam’

      For Srivatsa Gotra Pravara goes this way:

      ‘Chatusagara Paryantam, go brhamaneya Shubham bahavathu
      Bhargava, Chavana, Apravana, Auruva, Jamadagnihi
      Pancharusheya, SriVatsasa Gotro bhavasya, aapasthambha sutra
      krishna Yajurveda Shakhaa dhayaa, sharman aham bho abhivadaye’

      Meaning goes as follows:
      ‘Out of entire universe which is surrounded by 4 oceans, with atmost respect as a Bramhin I pray
      5 rishis of my lineage- Bhargava Rishi, Chavana Rishi, Apravana Rishi, Auruva Rishi & Jamadagni Rishi
      of SriVatsa Gotra and performing my duty as per Krishna Yajur Vedam I greet you with at most respect’

      Hope this helps

      Best Regards


      November 16, 2015 at 12:05 pm

      • ‘Chatusagara Paryantam, go brhamaneya Shubham bahavathu
        Bhargava, Chavana, Apravana, Auruva, Jamadagnihi
        Pancharusheya, SriVatsasa Gotro bhavasya, aapasthambha sutra
        krishna Yajurveda Shakhaa dhayaa, (Your Name) sharman aham bho abhivadaye’


        November 16, 2015 at 6:38 pm

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