Banjara

The Banjara, also called Lamani are a class of usually described as nomadic people from the Indian state of Rajasthan, North-West Gujarat, and Western Madhya Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Maharastra and Eastern Sindh province of Pakistan. Like many nomadic castes, they claim to be descended from Rajputs, and are also known as Lakha Banjara m...
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Banjara

(from the article `India`) Nomadic groups may be found in most parts of India. Some are small bands of wandering entertainers, ironworkers, and animal traders. A group ... Aboriginal peoples in the Alwar, Jaipur, Bharatpur, and Dholpur areas include the Mnas (Mewts); the Meos; the Banjrs, who are traveling tradesmen and ... [2 relate...
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Banjara

[Muslim] The Muslim Banjara or Lambadi are a Muslim community found in the states of Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh in India. Many members of this community migrated to Pakistan in 1947, and have settled in Karachi and Sindh. They are also known as the Rahmani, especially in Uttar Pradesh, and they use Rahmani as their surname. T...
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