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Members of the Rabari are an India as well as in huge numbers present in Pakistan. In India more than 14 crore rabari population are present.they were situated in different states of India.majority in Gujarat, Rajasthan, Haryana, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Himachal Pradesh, Maharashtra, Madhyapradesh and Karnataka.
Rabari is a chandravanshi yadav. They belongs to lord shree Krishna.They know as cowherds. They know as differents names like. Rabari, Desai, Dewasi, Raika, pal, Dhangar, Baghel, Holkar, Yadav, Gaekwad, Gawli.
Rabari community is a single largest community in india. There were more then 14 crores rabari in india. Major population located in Rajasthan, UP, Gujarat, Haryana and Karnataka.
Rabari knows in different states.
Gujarat : Rabari, Raika, Desai
Rajasthan : Rabari, Raika, Dewasi, Gurjar.
Haryana : Raika, Gurjar
Punjab : Rabari, Raika
UP : Pal, Baghel, Yadav,
Bihar : Yadav
MP : Holkar, Dhangar, Pal
Maharashtra : Yadav, Dhangar, Gaekwad, Gawli
Karnataka : Yadav, Kuruba
West bangal ￼: Pal khstriya
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