Dhangars are a subcategory of Hindus. These people are originally those who took care of herds of animals such as cows etc. They were very good in taking care of these animals, giving them food, collecting milk from them and giving it to the community. They lived as true people, never lied and whatever word they gave, they respected it and made sure it is completed. These are the reasons why still there are sayings in India 'honest like dhangars'. Traditionally, Dhangars are hard workers. They lived in Mathura originally, and then from there they started moving to other places nearby. They are today living in various Indian states such as Maharashtra, Gujarat. They are also present in small numbers in other states. Dhangars have moved from the cattle job to do various other things today. Most of them study in schools, colleges and they work for companies, some of them start their own businesses. However, their honesty as a habit is regularly followed by everyone and parents teach it as a strict thing to their children as the greatest habit they should have. This has ensured the Dhangars continue to get the same respect from society. Dhangar matrimony process starts when a boy or a girl's details are published as a profile by their parents. This happens when they reach the right age for marriage. This profile is distributed through family friends and relatives who take it to others. Once a good match is found, both families meet and discuss before finalizing on the marriage. Boy and girl may upload their profiles on websites dedicated for this purpose.