Maheshwari

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This article is about the maheshwari people. For information about the Maheshwari religion, see Maheshwarism.
Maheshwari
Regions with significant populations
India
Languages
Marwari, Mewari
Religion
Hinduism[1]

A Maheshwari (Sanskrit: माहेश्वरी) is a follower of Maheshwarism, a religion which originated during in the 3133 BCE[citation needed] in the Rajasthan region of the Indian subcontinent. The Khandela Marwad, Rajasthan region is the historic homeland of the Maheshwaris, although significant communities exist around the world[citation needed].

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  1. ^ Carrithers, Michael; Humphrey, Caroline, eds. (1991). The Assembly of Listeners: Jains in Society. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-0-52136-505-5.