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Mathalaya  - Matholiya – Mate ( an officer of a pandol)
Samar – Samala – Samal – Savarkar (those who can have dialogue with god)
Ranodwahi – Rinya- Ranade-Rane ( protectors of yajna)
Bilwawan –Bilwal- Bivalkar( collectors of Bel and fruits of Bel)
Chol – Chotiya – Shende (arrangement for hair-cutting)
Sundar – Sundariya –Manohar ( arrangement of  adornment or make-up,toilet)  
Bathoba – Bathothiya- Bade, Bad (of the Banyan tree for offering in Yajna
Zapanatya – Zarvana Diya – Kanade ( drama of Yaksha (?)
Charushtali – Sundhala – Tamhankar (sthali – Tamhan the plate for Puja)
Triwari – Tiwari- Sovani (three time drinking of Soma rasa)
Bilva – Bil – Bhide-Chapekar (Arch and the bow)
Godhuliya – Godhala – Gondhalekar (singing the prayer in the evening)
Dindam – Dindwaniya – Dandekar (manager of music instruments)
Goras – Gorasiya- Gore, Godse (supplier of cow milk)
Goyal- Goval – Gole (mentainance  of cows.)
Dyugol – Dugoliya -  Dugal (study of stars)
Praval – Paraval – Bal (plants for decorating the Pandol)
Navahalak – Navahal – Lagu (Hal-langul, polough)
Hoochar – Hoochariya – Gandhare (hoochar named appeal (?)of Gandarvas)
Pippal-Peepalava- Pinpalkhare (wood offering of Pimpal tree)
Parashala – Parashala –Rasal (collecting pieces of wood for offering)
Ghatawal – Ghaatwal – Ghate, Gadgil (Gadgevat i.e holders of Water Urn)
Tankhari – Tankhara –Takale (Tank - coins)
Nidhaniya – Nanu,Nitawya- Natu (a group of mantra)
Darbhashayi –Dabhada- Dabake, Damale
Nishthar – Nighura – Nijsure (killer of the goat who kill by hitting)
Vyavaharak –Bohara –Behare (tradesman supplier of provision)
Bhurbhar –Bhubhra – Barve (those who put earth and level the Yajna land)
Vibhajiya –Bantawa – Watave, Bhagane, Bhagawat (distribution of Dakshina coins)
Shrotriya- Soti – Kane (Shrotru – ears, original meaning : Veda)
Bhrashta –Bhatiwada – Bhate (arrangement of cooking)

Although there were common surnames among the Khandals and Chittapavans, it was natural that after the Chiplun Yajna and chiti process, they took independent caste names. That is why the name Chittpavan-meaning  purified from the Chiti process, was so recognized.  After this Yajna, they set up  their towns on the lands they received as donations or fees paid for religious services. The land given away as donation is named Agrahar. Therefore there are  village names like Guhagar, Diveagar, etc. in the Konkan. Because of such common settlements in the Konkan, all the Konkansthas having one common name have  one original village where they have their family deity too. Other bhahmin castes like Okkal, Audichya,Nagar, Havik, were similarly brought to different lands and got settled in those different places.  In that age, the meaning of Brahmanya (characteristics of the Brahmins) were known as :  the experts in knowledge of the Vedas and the skills for Yajna and Yajna rituals.  Yajna is a concrete form of Brahma and its devotees, worshippers were the Yajnavette (experts) of Brahman scholars of the Vedas. This is the original etymology of the word Brahmin. The books about Yajna are also called Brahmin-granths. The Brahmins for the 12th  day feast i.e. Bhat-Bhikshuk ( those who asked for food ) is a much later development.