A member of a prosperous merchant community orginally from Marwar in Rajputana, but subsequently spread throughout India.
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The Marwari is an ancient Indian breed of small horse formerly used as a war horse by the Rathores of Marwar, who said that a Marwari horse would not fall, even when injured, until it had carried its rider to safety, later by the Moghul cavalry of the 16th century and during the Great War. The Marwari stands up to 14.3 hands high and is bay, brown,
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The Marwari are a people of India.
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The Marwari or Marwadi are an Indian ethnic group that originate from the Rajasthan region of India. Their language, also called Marwari, is a dialect of Rajasthani and is a part of the western group of Indo-Aryan languages. ==Etymology== The term Marwari once referred to the area encompassed by the former princely state of Marwar, also called the
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