Kunbis are a subcategory or Hindus. There are many castes who belong to this subcategory, they are mostly present in the Western India. They are traditionally doing agricultural activities which involve various farm land work. They are currently seen in Indian states of Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Karnataka and Kerala. They may be present in small quantities in other Indian states as well. Originally, Kunbis were focusing on agricultural work and they were helping in feeding their communities. But later they moved to doing various other activities which are related to their traditional role. Today they read well in schools, colleges and work on various companies. They also start their own businesses. As they do more and more things in the society, they make sure that their hard work and the attitude to give best for everything is shown. Hence, Kunbis are seen as preferred people to do various things whether it is a government office or a private firm. Kunbi matrimony starts when a parent decides that his or her child is ready for marriage and they prepare a profile. This profile is shared by writing or printing in a sheet of paper, or it is uploaded in a website made for this purpose. Once this is done, it spreads among the community members who may be looking for a suitable match for their son or daughter. When they see a good match between a boy and a girl, their respective families meet in person to discuss the next steps in terms of marriage preparation. Once this is finalized the marriage happens following the typical Kunbi cultural aspects.