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The Nadars are an entrepreneurial south Indian caste[3] and constitute 12% of Tamil Nadu's population.[1] It is classified and listed as a Other Backward Class by the governments of both Tamil Nadu and India.[4][5] The Nadar community was not a singular caste, but an assortment of sub-castes and classes of different origins, which in course of time, came under the single banner Nadar.[6] Nadar climber (or palmrya climber) was the largest subsect of today’s Nadar community.[7] A few sub sects of the Nadar community were traditionally wealthy landlords and money lenders. Nadars are predominant in the southern districts of Tuticorin, Kaniyakumari, Tirunelveli and Virudhunagar.


The Nadars are an entrepreneurial south Indian caste[3] and constitute 12% of Tamil Nadu's population.[1] It is classified and listed as a Other Backward Class by the governments of both Tamil Nadu and India.[4][5] The Nadar community was not a singular caste, but an assortment of sub-castes and classes of different origins, which in course of time, came under the single banner Nadar.[6] Nadar climber (or palmrya climber) was the largest subsect of today’s Nadar community.[7] A few sub sects of the Nadar community were traditionally wealthy landlords and money lenders. Nadars are predominant in the southern districts of Tuticorin, Kaniyakumari, Tirunelveli and Virudhunagar.


The Nadars are an entrepreneurial south Indian caste[3] and constitute 12% of Tamil Nadu's population.[1] It is classified and listed as a Other Backward Class by the governments of both Tamil Nadu and India.[4][5] The Nadar community was not a singular caste, but an assortment of sub-castes and classes of different origins, which in course of time, came under the single banner Nadar.[6] Nadar climber (or palmrya climber) was the largest subsect of today’s Nadar community.[7] A few sub sects of the Nadar community were traditionally wealthy landlords and money lenders. Nadars are predominant in the southern districts of Tuticorin, Kaniyakumari, Tirunelveli and Virudhunagar.

Latest News img The Nadars are an entrepreneurial south Indian caste and constitute 12% of Tamil Nadu's population. It is classified and listed as a Other Backward Class by the governments of both Tamil Nadu and India. The Nadar community was not a singular caste, but an assortment of sub-castes and classes of different origins, which in course of time, came under the