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|Gujarati, Hindi, Rajasthani|
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Tirgar is Dalit community primarly found in the states of Gujarat and Rajasthan in India.They are considered as artisan caste known for making Bow and arrows.
Tirgars derive their name from the words for 'arrow' (tir) and 'maker' (gar). This community was traditionally associated with the manufacture of bows and arrows. Their origin legend describes them as originally Rajput. They are said to have supplied arrows to the god Rama.They claim to have immigrated to the region in the Middle Ages, and were invited by the local Rajput community to manufacture bows and arrows. In Rajasthan, they used to make weapons for Maharana Pratap.
Majority of the Tirgars resides in Gujarat, with a small community in Rajasthan. They are classified under Scheduled Caste category under affirmative action by the Government of India. Majority of the people follows Hinduism.
Sunar is a Hindu and Sikh caste in India referring to the community of people who work as goldsmiths. Found usually in Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Gujrat and other Northern States. in nepal sunar is also use soni as a caste. The community is primarily Hindu around india but there is big population of sikhs rajputs located in Punjab.
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