Baahubali in Hogwarts Houses

In Harry Potter, we are introduced to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, where students are sorted into four houses after which students from 11 years of age to 17 – 18 years of age are taught. A seven-year course where students are sorted when they join, based on their predominant personalities.

The four houses are Gryffindor, established by Godric Gryffindor; Hufflepuff, established by Helga Hufflepuff,; Ravenclaw, established by Rowena Ravenclaw; and Slytherin, established by Salazar Slytherin.

Gryffindor is a house of courageous people and values courage, bravery, nerve, and chivalry; Hufflepuff is a house of loyal people and values hard work, patience, justice, and loyalty; Ravenclaw is a house of smart people and values intelligence, creativity, learning, and wit while Slytherin is a house of ambitious people and values ambition, cunning, leadership, and resourcefulness.

Baahubali is a film series, later expanded to an animated series and a trilogy.

Baahubali 1: The Beginning and Baahubali 2: The Conclusion are the films and there’s a trilogy called The Rise of Shivagami. There is an animated series called The Lost Legends.

We come across many interesting characters in Baahubali.

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What if the characters of the Baahubali series were sorted into one of the four houses of Hogwarts?

Amarendra Baahubali

The brave crown price and the only man in Mahishmati worthy to be king, Amarendra has been brave his entire life, even dying a heroic death. He is a worthy Gryffindor. His other qualities are intellect (Ravenclaw) and loyalty (Hufflepuff).

Mahendra Baahubali

The man who breathes courage, Mahendra used to climb the waterfall as early as when he was a child, and even goes on to conquer a kingdom at 25 and become king after knowing his true heritage! That makes him a Gryffindor.

His other qualities, just like his parents, are intellect, creativity and loyalty, which makes him worthy to be a Hufflepuff and Ravenclaw too.


The warrior princess, the deserving queen, the brave mother who put up all resistance she could and a magnificent queen mother, Devasena is clearly a true Gryffindor.

She also exhibits loyalty and patience (Hufflepuff) and intellect (Ravenclaw).


The foster mother and aunt of Amarendra Baahubali, the mother of Bhallaladeva and the queen regent of Mahishmati, Shivagami is a brave woman (Gryfffindor) and tactful (Ravenclaw) in nature. She is extremely loyal (Hufflepuff).


A brave woman who does not hesitate to challenge anyone, no matter what their authority is. Avanthika is a true Gryffindor in her own right!


He is a brave man who fights a war even in his late eighties, making him a Gryffindor. He is very loyal, and this makes him a Hufflepuff.


He is a Gryffindor at heart due to his courage despite his initial hesitation in involving in duels. He is a very loyal person, making him a Hufflepuff.


The king of Kunthala, he exhibited loyalty at all walks of his life, be it to his kingdom or to his family. This makes him a Hufflepuff. He also has Gryffindor qualities as he is very brave.

Mahendra’s foster parents

Sangha and her husband are proud Hufflepuff’s given their loyalty to their people, including to their foster son, Mahendra Baahubali.

Bijjala Deva

He is a cunning man with has the worst kind of character you could possibly imagine. He is a bad son, a bad brother, a bad husband, a bad influence on his only son and definitely unsuitable to be a king. In short, he is a Slytherin and a wicked, good for nothing.


A Slytherin, just like his father, thanks to his father who raised him to hate his own mother, brother and everyone who supported them.

The ministers of Mahishmati and Kunthala

They have been shown to take various decisions are all having good intellect. They’re all perfect Ravenclaw’s.

The Royal priest of Mahishmati

A Slytherin, due to his exceeding arrogance, wicked nature and evil ambition. He is a Hufflepuff due to his loyalty, albeit to the evil people.

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