The following is the list of people who excelled in their respective fields and commanded respect by following the guiding principles of Brahminism or by the virtue of belonging to the Rishi Parampara as described in the guiding principles
Social leaders, reformers and freedom fighters
- Gurazada Appa Rao: Writer of the play/novel Kanya Sulkam
- Viswanatha Satyanarayana
- Chellapilla Venkata Sastry (1870–1950): One of the Tirupati Venkata Kavulu poet duo
- Divakarla Tirupati Sastry (1872–1919): One of the Tirupati Venkata Kavulu poet duo
- Devulapalli Krishnasastri: Poet
- Panuganti Lakshminarasimha Rao
- Chilakamarthi Lakshmi Narasimham
- Paravastu Chinnayya Soori
- Balijepalli Lakshmikantham
- Veturi Prabhakara Sastri
- Gudipati Venkata Chalam
- Mangalampalli Balamuralikrishna: Great Carnatic Singer, Composer and Poet; Winner of Padmashree, Padmabhushan, Padmavibhushan and winner of Chevalier, The highest civilian award by French Government.
- Veturi Sundararama Murthy
- Srirangam Srinivasarao
- Garimella Satyanarayana– Maakoddi Telladora tanamu song.
- Rayaprolu Subbarao: Writer of several songs including “Ea desameginaa endhu kaalidina”
- Puttaparthi Narayanacharyulu
- Gidugu Venkata Ramamoorty: grandfather of the colloquial Telugu language movement, a.k.a Vyavaharika Telugu Bhasha
- Mallampalli Sarabheswara Sarma
- Mokkapati Narasimha Sastry: He wrote Barrister Parvateesam, a humorous novel.
- Kaloji Narayana Rao
- Vedam Venkataraya Sastry
- Dasaradhi Krishnamacharylu
- Kodavatiganti Kutumbarao
- Madhunapantula Satyanarayana Sastry
- Madhira Subbanna Deekshitulu: Author of Kasi Majilee Kathalu, a series of moral stories
- Devarakonda Balagangadhara Tilak
- Chaganti Somayajulu
- Gunturu Seshendra Sarma
- Nidudavolu Venkatarao
- Sripada Krishnamurty Sastry
- Adivi Bapiraju Story Writer
- Jwalamukhi: Pen name of Veeravalli Raghavacharyulu
- Tenneti Hemalata
- Kanuparti Varalakshmamma
- Garikapati Narasimha Rao Sahasravadhani.
- Kopparapu Sodara Kavulu
- Vedam Venkataraya Sastry
- Abburi Chayadevi: Popular writer and winner of Sahitya Akademi award
- Gadiyaram Ramakrishna Sarma: Poet and winner of Sahitya Akademi award
- Sri Utpala Satyanarayana Acharya: Datta Peetha Asthana Vidwan. Winner of Sahitya Akademi prize for Sri Krishna Chandrodayamu (Poetry) in 2003.
- Ajanta (P.V. Shastri): A poet and winner of Sahitya Akademi prize for Swapna Lipi (Poetry) in 1997
- Kalipatnam Rama Rao: Short-story writer and Sahitya Akademi awardee
- Bhamidipati Rama Gopalam: Writer, Got Sahitya Academy award for his work Itlu, Mee Vidheyudu (short stories) in 1991
- Bulusu Venkateswaralu: Writer, Sahitya Akademi winner for his work Bharatiya Tatva Sastramu (translation of Dr Radhakrishnan’s History of Indian Philosophy in 1956)
- Prof.G.V.Subrahmanyam: Literary critic and former Vice-Chancellor of Potti Sriramulu Telugu University. Winner of Sahitya Akademi prize for Andhra Sahitya Vimarsa Angla Prabhavam (literary criticism) in 1986.
- Gollapudi Maruthi Rao: Writer, journalist, film artist
- Rallapalli Anantha Krishna Sharma – Poet – Founding member Annamacharya Project, TTD.
- Pingali Lakshmikantam
Scientists, academicians and intellectuals
Defence forces and police
Bureaucrats and administrators
Carnatic music and classical arts
Media and entertainmentTelugu Brahmins in Media & Entertainment
Story writers and other writers
- Madhurantakam Rajaram
- Bellary Raghava (Bellary Raghavacharyulu) – writer
- Dharmavaram Ramakrishnamacharyulu – Playwright,Dramatist
- Dwivedula Visalakshi: Short Stories.
- Karunasri (Jandhyala Papayya Sastry)
- Satyam Sankaramanchi Amaravathi Kathalu
- Kovvali Lakshmi Narasimha Rao – author of 1000 Telugu novels, popularly known as Kovvali vari navalalu
- Angara Venkata Krishna Rao – Born and educated in Amalapuram,Indian Writer in English,Ph.D from Andhra University, Waltair, Popular Critic, Professor of English at IIT, Madras,author of Nayantara Sahgal, the Indo-American Novel and the Changing Tradition,also anonymously wrote the Synopsis of Fifty Best Telugu Novels for Emesco Books in 1973.