South Asian Peoples
Gujarat is a state is western India and Gujarati is a generic term for the migrants from Gujarat who went to different parts of the country for employment, business and trade. It is also the name of the Indo-Aryan language they speak. There are an estimated 46 million speakers of Gujarati, the majority still residing in Gujarat, Maharashtra, and Rajasthan.
Peoples within this cluster:
Bairagi (Gujarati); Bania, Gujarati; Banjania; Baria, Hindu; Barot; Bavcha; Bawa Dhed; Bhadela; Bhambi, Gujarati; Bhangi (Gujarati); Bharthari; Bharwad; Bohra; Borpi; Brahman, Gujarati; Charan, Hindu; Chaudhari, Chodri; Chunvalia; Dangashia; Darzi, Gujarati; Depala; Dhangar; Dhobi, Gujarati; Dudhwala; Gadaria, Vaghri; Gadhai; Garmatang; Garoda, Hindu; Gavri; Ghanchi, Hindu; Ghantia; Golarana; Gopal; Gujarati; Kachhia, Hindu; Kahar, Gujarati; Kamalia; Kapadi; Kasbati, Muslim; Kathar; Kathi; Khalpa; Khant; Kharva, Hindu; Khoja; Koli, Hindi; Kunbi; Lohana; Lohar, Gujarati; Machhi, Hindu; Mahyavanshi; Maji Rana; Makrani, Hindu; Mali, Gujarati; Memon; Mer, Maher; Mitna; Molesalam; Nadia; Nai, Valand; Naikda, Gujarati; Nayadi; Padharia; Patel; Patel, Anjana; Patelia; Patni Jamat; Patnulkaran; Pinjara, Gujarati; Pomla; Rajput, Gujarati; Rathawa; Rathodia; Ravalia; Sagar; Sandhai; Sathwara, Hindu; Shaikh, Gujarati; Shenva, Hindu; Siddi, Muslim; Sutar; Tai; Targala, Hindu; Teli, Gujarati; Thakarda; Tharadari Koli; Tirgar, Hindu; Turi Barot; Turk Zamat; Vadi; Vanjha; Vyapari; Wadiyara Koli; Wandhara; Yadava, Gujarati; Zimbabwian Gujarati
Countries where they are found:
Bahrain; Bangladesh; Burundi; Canada; Fiji; France; India; Kenya; Madagascar; Malawi; Malaysia; Maldives; Mozambique; Myanmar; Oman; Pakistan; Reunion; Rwanda; Seychelles; Singapore; Tanzania; Uganda; United Kingdom; United States; Zambia; Zimbabwe
Unreached people groups:
Number of countries: