Prajapatis, also known as Kumhars are an important community which serves the community and general public by making useful things from earth. For example, they use earth and make storage pots, they make bricks which are used to construct a house and many others. The word Kumhar itself points to a pot. Hence, Prajapatis were given this important responsibility generation after generation, where they learnt how use of the earth in the best possible way making various things from it. While the goods are useful, they were art pieces too. They made beautiful toys and shapes of gods from earth which was then worshipped by others. Hence, they had a very important position in the society. Today, Prajapatis are found in large numbers in various Indian states such as Rajasthan, Gujarat and Maharashtra. They are also available in small numbers in various other states. They speak different languages, depending on the place where they choose to live. But in general they follow the same tradition of making things such as bricks and pots. Younger generation of Prajapatis are leaning towards finding other jobs, some people making their own businesses too. However, they really want to also continue this as a family tradition along with their other jobs, because they are very proud of what they are doing. Prajapati matrimony process starts when a parent prepares a profile of his / her son or daughter for marriage. This profile is then distributed to many people within the community through various channels, including online. Once this is distributed, people will be knowing about the boy or the girl and will enquire about a suitable match. Then their details are compared to match the boy and the girl nicely. If both families think that it is the right match, they then proceed to discuss other matters such as the marriage preparations, plan, marriage date, venue and start the required arrangements.