According to a common belief, the Kuiltas migrated from Ayodhya to Boudh. The ancestors were employed in the royal household of Dasharatha. It is believed that they also accompanied Lord Rama Chandra, Lakshman and Sita in their exile. Thereafter, they settled in Boudh. The major centres of Kulitas are considered to be Sarsara and Jagati. The cast was basically confined to cultivation. Today, the scenario has changed a lot. People from the caste are now enjoying a predominant position socially and economically. Mainly located in the states of Orissa, Chhattisgarh, and Madhya Pradesh, Kulitas follow a simple lifestyle. The wedding within the community is practiced similar to that in Hindu marriage ceremony. There are certain differences. Weddings of Kulita represent simplicity and candour. Solemnized with many rites and rituals, these are prolonged occasions. The rituals and the customs for Kulita Matrimony are carried out way before the D-Day and afterwards. The mother of the bridegroom does not participate in the ceremony. The aged female members in the family from groom's side do not attend the wedding ceremony. The ritual takes place in the evening or night. The current generation is highly educated and responsible. They are free to choose their life partners. Career oriented girls prefer to pursue their career after marriage and contribute to the financial position of the family. Marriages these days are also conducted through matrimonial sites. Suitable matches can be found online for Kulita boys and girls of marriageable age. This helps to easily find the right matches.