Kadire Remmavve (ಕದಿರೆ ರೆಮ್ಮವ್ವ/ರೆಮ್ಮವ್ವೆ)
|Full Name:||Kadire Remmavve|
|Alias Name:||Rebbavve (ರೆಬ್ಬವ್ವೆ)|
|Pen Name (Vachana Signature):||Kadiaremmiyodeya Gummeshwara|
|Kayaka (Occupation):||Spinning (draw the thread from hand- wheel), cloth weaver|
Brother, ask the caste of the loom I’m turning.
Brahma the plank below;
Vishnu the festoon;
Shiva the standing support;
The two spikes standing behind Shiva are the thread-makers.
The spindle is awareness.
When turned with the hand called devotion the thread wound round, the spindle filled out.
I cannot rotate the loom, myhusband bangs me.
What shall I do,
Kadira Remmiyodeya Gummeshwara? 
She worshipped Guru, Linga and Jangama through her kāyaka. She lived in 12th Century (around 1160). Only 4 vachanas of Remmavve are extant. Two of her vachanas deal with huband-wife motif and the other one is about the significance of kāyaka. Out 4 vachanas 3 are riddles and one is simple
Most of what she earned through her kāyaka she spent in her dāsoha activities spending only a meagre amount on her own subsistence. She appears to have devoted her life to the community. She has claimed that she became liberated from the mundane life when her own physical body was transformed into Basava.
 Vachana No.1303 in "VACHANA" English Version Translation by: O.L. Nagabhushana Swamy, ISBN: 978-93-81457-12-2, 2012, Pub: Basava Samithi, Basava Bhavana Benguluru 560001.
 Shivasharaneyaru, by: Shri Somashekhar Munavalli and Shri Siddhayya Puranik, 1994, Pub: Shree Basaveshwara Peetha, Karnataka University Dharwad-580003.
 Heaven of Equality, Transalted by: Dr. C. R.Yaravintelimath and Dr. M. M. Kalburgi, 2003, Pub: Shree Basaveshwara Peetha, Karnataka University Dharwad-580003.
|Palkuriki Somanatha||Satyakka (ಸತ್ಯಕ್ಕ)|
 From the book "Vachana", pub: Basava Samiti Bangalore 2012.