Caste of actor Yash: Vokkaliga, Hindu. Yogesh, actor Kuruba Gowda, is a Hindu. They can marry according to their choice. There will be no caste discrimination between them.
Yes, according to Sri Mad Bhagvatam and Hindu literature, Yadava is a Kshatriya Varna (a caste system not specified in literature), and Kshatriya is never regarded a laborer or other classifications. Those born in the Yadava dynasty are known as Yadav or Yadu. According to them, they are a royal family and should be treated as such.
Yaksha, also written yaksa, Sanskrit masculine singular yaksa, Sanskrit feminine singular yaksi, or yaksini, is a type of nature spirit that is typically friendly but may be capricious, sexually voracious, or even homicidal at times. Belief in yakshas exists across South Asia, particularly in India, but also in Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan.
Yakshas are often described as half man and half animal, although this is not exactly correct. They usually have several hundred legs, each of which has a different function. Their bodies are covered with hair except for their lower bodies which are bare. They have large heads with many teeth in which the upper jaw can be lifted up to show its contents - a feature which gives them their name. The eyes of most species are set close together on top of the head, like those of a horse or goat. There are differences between species, but generally they inhabit forests, jungles, and mountains, especially around sacred sites. They are able to transform themselves into any kind of creature for the purpose of deception or coercion.
They are associated with fertility, agriculture, and wealth. Some species are known to be benevolent while others are believed to be malevolent outright. It is common practice among farmers in India to protect their crops by erecting a shrine to a particular yaksha before planting them. This act is called "yaksha puja".
Fathers/Nde Yohanna Yakubu Gowon was born on 24 August 1887 in Nkwantakura, present-day Kintampo District - about 80 kilometers (50 miles) south of Kumasi. His parents were Chief Gowon and Lady Gowon, both of whom were from influential families. He had three siblings: two brothers and a sister.
Chief Gowon was one of the first people to call himself "Ologba" which means "the father". The name was given because he believed that he had been chosen by God to be the father of the next generation. He also used the name as a form of address - "Ologba Fawunmi" or just "Ologba".
Yakubu means "the second", so his full name is "Yakubu Ologba Fawundi II" or simply "Yakubu II". He had several titles including "Eze nka ari anyin akoko", which means "the chief who does not sleep". He was elected unopposed after his father's death in 1930 to lead the Action Group (AG) that took over the government into exile during British rule of Ghana.
Yash Raj Films (abbreviated as YRF) is an Indian motion film production and distribution business founded by Yash Chopra in 1970. As of 2019, the firm had produced 78 Hindi films, three of which have yet to be released, as well as one Tamil film. The highest-grossing film at the Indian box office is Padmaavat (2018), which has made over $150 million.
YRF has been called India's first fully integrated studio, with facilities including camera and sound departments, costume shops, makeup rooms, offices for writers, producers, directors, and actors, sets, lighting, special effects, and location scouting. The company also owns a chain of movie theaters across India.
In addition to producing films, YRF also distributes its products through its own network of theaters. It has been reported that up to 70% of their revenues come from overseas markets.
Their most popular series is the Police Officer film series, which includes films such as Don, Lagaan, Border, and Dhanak.
Hindu (typically Ahir) name derived from Sanskrit yadava 'of Yadu', 'descendant of Yadu'. The surname Yadav is common among the Ahirs, who are herders, because Krishna is claimed to have been raised among them. This name is prevalent among the Marathas in Maharashtra. It is also found among other communities such as Bengalis, Biharis and Sikhs.
Yadav is one of the most common surnames in India. It is also popular in Nepal, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and the United States.
People with the name include:
Radha Kishan Yadav - Indian politician who has been a member of the Parliament of India since 1984. He is currently Minister of State for Drinking Water and Sanitation and Parliamentary Affairs. He was elected to the Lok Sabha from Alwar district of Rajasthan. His father's name was Radhakrishna Yadav.
Kamala Harris - American politician who is a Senator from California. She is the first South Asian American woman to be elected to the Senate. Her family comes from Kerala, India.
Lal Bahadur Shastri - First Prime Minister of India. He led the country from 1964 to 1966 during its first presidential election. He was an important figure in the independence movement and in the formation of India.