Kulalars, also known as Kuyavars are an important community which serves the general public by making things from earth. For example, they make storage pots, bricks and many others. The word Kulalar itself is a slightly varied form of "the one who makes things from earth". Hence, Kulalars were given this responsibility generation after generation, where they learnt how to make best use of the earth by making various things out of it. While the goods may be considered as utility things, they were artists too. They made beautiful toys and divine shapes from earth which was worshipped by others. Hence, they had an important position in the society. These Kulalars are found in large numbers in various Indian states such as Tamil Nadu, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Maharashtra, Gujarat and Rajasthan. They speak various languages, depending on where they live. But in general they follow the tradition of making things like bricks and pots. Younger generation is leaning towards other jobs, making their own businesses too. However, as a family tradition, they want to continue this as they are very proud of their job. Kulalar matrimony process starts when a family prepares a profile of their son or daughter for marriage. This profile is distributed to many people through various channels, including online. Once this is distributed, people come to enquire about a suitable match where details are compared to find if the boy and the girl are a good pair. If families think it is the right match, they proceed to discuss other matters such as the marriage preparations, date, venue and start all the arrangements that are required.