South Asian Peoples
Rajasthani is a dialect cluster of the Indo-Aryan language family. One or more of the Rajasthani languages are spoken by more than 20 million people, mainly in Rajasthan and neighboring states of India and Pakistan. The Rajasthan people cluster encompasses numerous castes and tribes whose common connection is the use of a Rajasthani language. Most of these people groups practice Hinduism.
Peoples within this cluster:
Bagri; Bairagi (Harauti); Bania, Agarwal, Rajasthani; Bania, Banik; Bania, Rajasthani; Bhangi (Mewari); Bhat, Mewari; Bhattiana; Bhatu (Andamani); Brahman, Dhundhari; Brahman, Mewari; Bunkar; Chamar, Malvi; Chamar, Marwadi; Chamar, Rajasthani; Changar; Darzi, Marwari; Dhatki Marwari; Dhed; Dhobi, Marwari; Dhola; Gujar, Muslim; Gujjar, Marwari; Gujjar, Muslim; Gujjar, Sikh; Kahar, Shekhawati; Kalal, Rajasthani; Kalbi; Kambodia Bhagat; Kapadia Sansi; Kuchband; Kumawat; Lohar, Bagri; Mali, Mewari; Marwadi, Nepali; Marwari, Northern; Nagda; Nai, Mewari; Naik; Narsingpura; Parkari Kachchhi; Patel, Marwari; Patel, Nimadi; Patel, Rajasthani; Pathan, Marwari; Payak; Rajput, Dhundari; Rajput, Malvi; Rajput, Mewari; Rajput, Nimadi; Rajput, Thuana; Ranghar; Sadh; Shaikh, Dhundari; Shaikh, Marwari; Shaikh, Mewari; Shaikh, Nimadi; Shaikh, Shekhwati; Siddh; Southern Marwari; Sunga; Teli, Merwari; Vijabargiya
Countries where they are found:
Afghanistan; India; Nepal; Pakistan
Unreached people groups:
Number of countries: