The Koli people (Hindi: कोली) are a community native to India and Pakistan. The Koli forms the largest caste-cluster, comprising 24% of the total population of the Gujarat[1] and 30% of Himachal Pradesh.[2] The following is the list of notable Kolis.


Military

Navy

Bust of Kanhoji Angre in Visaka Museum
Bust of Kanhoji Angre in Visaka Museum

Army

Tanaji Malusare
Tanaji Malusare

Politics

Chief ministers

Party presidents

Ministers

Members of Parliament

Revolutionaries and freedom fighters

Jhalkaribai Koli statue in Agra, Uttar Pradesh

Rulers

Maharaja Yashwantrao Martandrao Mukne of Jawhar State

Religion

Velnath Thakor temple, Rajkot, Gujarat

Outlaw

See also

References

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