In the beginning the community gatherings were held for the
Dhayathi brotheren. Each house constructed a chavadi for their
own use. We can see the number of Chavadies for each Dhayathi.
When the population increased there arose the necessity of
common Chavadi for all the people living in the particular
kottai regions. The Palayapalayam Kshatriya community was
originated by Poosapati Chinnaraju approximately during 1600-1650
A.D. The Singarajakottai was founded by
Mahamandaleswara Gottumukkala Dhora Thimmaraju approximately during
The Sakkarajakottai (Jaggarajukotta) was founded by
PoosapatiJaggaraju who was the grandson of
Mahamandaleswara Dhora Thimmaraju approximately during 1775-1800
A.D. The Thiruvandhapuram Rajakottai (Pachaimadam) was formed by
a group of people for easy administrative purpose in the year
1951. At the time of formation all the members of this Chavadi
were formerly the members of Singarajakottai. The above
chavadi oraginizations were functioning independently without
interfering with other Chavadies. The growth of the population
necessitated for a common organization to cover all the
Kshatriyas of Rajapalayam.
The Rajapalayam Kshatriya Mahasabha was organized by all the
four Kottaichavadi members in the year 1970. This was
successfully organized by Sri Chinthalapati S.R. Narayana Raja.
The Rajapalayam Khstriya Mahasabha (Nalugu Kotta gumppu) is
functioning till date effectlively by solving many social
Kshatriya Seva Samithi was formed in 1980. It is a voluntary
organization that was started by I.B.R.Ragupathi Raja. The
Journal kothalu was published for the exchange of views of the
community. It also started martial arts classes to develop
courage, discipline, and enthusiasm among the Kshatriya youth.
Presently this association undertakes the collection of the
Bio-data of all the families of the entire community, so as to
ensure all information is easily available to all concerned.