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  • noun Any of an Indian ethnic group originating from the Rajasthan region of India.
  • proper noun Their language, a dialect of Rajasthani.

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Examples

  • The name Marwari is commonly applied to Banias coming from Marwar.

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  • Anglo-Indians (dorais) etc. The so called Marwari could, in fact, be a Gujarati-speaking Patel, Sindhi-speaking Raheja or even a Kutchi-speaking Memon.

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  • Anthony Devlin-Pool/Getty Images Camilla, duchess of Cornwall, visited the 'Marwari' horses, known for their endurance, in Jodhpur, India, Tuesday.

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  • 'Marwari' was a term coined by people of Kolkata to describe those who migrated from

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  • But over time, 'Marwari' caught on as a way to refer to a businessman from Marwar, given the rapid success achieved by members of the community in business matters.

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  • 'Marwari' has a geographical connotation to it, so there can be a Marwari farmer, trader,

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  • In the indian breed of horses, the chief breed is 'Marwari' which is originally related to the Marwar region (Jodhpur, Pali and Sirohi) of Rajasthan and also known as 'Malani' breed by many people.

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  • He is the elder son of Narendrakumar Baldota, the Marwari owner of MSPL, Karnataka's Bellary district's largest iron ore mining company.

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  • He is the elder son of Narendrakumar Baldota, the Marwari owner of MSPL, Karnataka's Bellary district's largest iron ore mining company.

    The Bellary Minefield

  • Courtesy Hermes Hermès said it will support the Asiatic Society of Mumbai by donating some of the proceeds from the sales of its silk scarf "La Danse du Cheval Marwari" Marwari horse dance, shown at left.

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