Also known as Moolyas in North Karnataka, Kulal community is widely spread in Mumbai and Mangalore. They have own centre of the community called Kulal Bhavan in Suratkal. The unity in Kulal could be seen in Mangalore. They were agriculturists initially but with the education they are now seen with diffrenet work culture. Some Kulals are also seen as pot makers and mud idol makers in Tamil Nadu. Their main language is Tulu and some of them speak Kannada. Various matrimonial meets happen to find the bride and the grooms for the unmarried children. The Kulal Sangha meets in a year or two and finds with the intention to respond to the members' expectations and making marriage alliances for the unmarried wards. Mutual relationships and values should not be weakened and rich background and high qualification should not be set as requirements. The Kulal Matrimony wants the girls and boys to prefer the magnanimity of understanding and have adjustments in life to lead a satisfied and happy life as affluency and beauty is not permanent. The rituals and customs followed for marriages are the same as set by the ancestors and seniors and they are relevant. Girls and boys are also allowed to come in these Sangha's so as to find the appropriate match for them. Some of them finalize their marriage then and there only. These Sangha's are a good way to find the right option, giving several options to a family. They help in getting the right choice easily.