Arya Vysyas are a sub religion of Hindus. They are primarily Telugu speaking people. Telugu is a language spoken in the south Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. However, Arya Vysyas are living all over India and other countries and they use Telugu as a medium of speech. These people worship the cow, which is a sacred animal in Hinduism. Arya Vysyas have number of customs which are around this cow worship. Today, Arya Vysyas work in various things around the world. They are hard workers, and anything that is assigned to them, their bosses can be fully confident that it will be done properly. This name hasn't come to them overnight, but it is a result of years and generations of hard work and loyalty. Today they are working in offices, starting their own businesses, helping others establish their companies and supporting society with their caring attitude. There are two groups of Arya Vysyas available: Gavara Komatis is first one and Kalinga Komatis is the second one. There are some differences between these two communities, but primarily both of them follow the Arya Vysya tradition and make sure their young ones understand its importance and follow it with full satisfaction. Arya Vysyas start their matrimony process when their boys or girls reach certain age which is typically 18 for girls and twenty one for boys. They start distributing the profiles of boys and girls through various matrimony channels and when a suitable match is seen, they analyze properly before deciding on the right match.