Chamar is one of the largest communities in India the name Chamar was derived from the Sanskrit word Charmakar (leather worker). They are working with leather, making shoes and bags. For this community the preferred name is Dalit (Marathi for the broken or oppressed people). The alliances in Chamar preferred matrimony between the same communities. Chamar matrimony customs in are quite similar to that of Hindus rituals. There are lots of profiles which are included in the group of Chamar Matrimony. These are Marathi, Punjabi, Guajarati, Bengali, Hindu, etc. Matchmaking is safe and secured. This means that they have exclusive privacy options, verified phone numbers, intelligent contact filters, photo protection features etc and these are taken care of fully. Chamar Matrimony celebrations are based on the Hindu rituals. Chamar brides belong to a prominent occupational caste, whose traditional occupation related in leatherwork and leather goods. A bride from Chamar community wears traditional Hindu wedding dress for her wedding. The Chamars believes monogamy in marriage. Dowry is prevalent largely and paid in cash. Remarriages are also allowed for widowers but these are not allowed for the widows. They have easy and simple customs when it comes to marriage and if they have well to do status, they make the marriage ceremony with extra celebrations and pomp as compared to others. They have easy customs to marriage. If the brides have physical beauty, they are accepted by the higher castes. Now a day's inter caste marriages are also common in the community.