The Babburkamme (also spelled Babbur Kamme, Bobburukamme, Babboor Kamme) are a community of Brahmins in India. They belong to Hindu Pancha Dravida Smartha Brahmin. According to one published source, the Kamme community migrated south through Andhra Pradesh over a long period, where one part of the community settled. Those people are today known as Uluchu Kamme and have Telugu as their mother tongue. The other part of the community further migrated through the Vijayanagara kingdom towards southern Karnataka and Tamil Nadu and are called Babburkamme.
Babburkammes are largely spread in the Karnataka towns of Bangalore, Holenarasipura, Konanur, Arkalgud, Bellur, Kanakatte, Mirle, Arasikere, Belavadi, Mayasandra, Bettadapura, Davanigere, Shivamogga, Chikkamagaluru, and Bhadravati.