Agris are a subcategory of Hindus living in Maharashtra. Today they may be present in other neighboring states such as Rajasthan, Delhi and Gujarat, but they mostly live in Maharashtra and they speak the language of Marathi at home. They are traditionally known as salt makers. That is, those who get the sea water, treat it and extract salt, selling it to public. Later they moved to other related jobs such as agriculture, fishing etc. Traditionally, Agris are hard workers. As their original jobs themselves required tough acts, they learnt to apply their minds and bodies in the right way. Today, Agris work in salt making, agriculture and fishing, combined with many other professions. Many of them go to schools, colleges, study well, get good grades, get nice jobs. Some of them even start their own businesses. Whatever may be the choice of job by an Agri, he or she always puts the best efforts to make sure that the job they have taken on hand is performed in the best possible manner. This attracts people from this community to be placed in various important positions in every field. Agri matrimony process happens when parents decide that their son or daughter is in the right age to get married and they start preparing a profile about them. This profile is then distributed to everyone in the community in offline channels, or using an online channel where it is possible to upload their profiles. These profiles are seen by prospective families who contact them about a possible match. Once the match is achieved, marriage arrangements will start. They don't have an elaborate marriage, but they follow the traditions carefully.