Sadgope is a Bengali Hindu caste and generally they are considered as the upper caste. They are found in other parts of the country too but known by different names in different parts of the country. They are known as Dhangar in Maharashtra, Ahirs in north India, Idayan in Tamil Nadu, and with many other names in other parts of the country. Sadgope is an upper caste in West Bengal and they are largely the community of landlords. Though now a day they do not possess much of the land, they are doing much of the government and private sector jobs. They are found in every field of work. Their mother tongue is Bangla and they believe in following their tradition and culture. They follow the tradition in every occasion. The Sadgope matrimonial rituals are also influenced by the old traditions of West Bengal. Their matrimonial tradition is endogamous and they practice gotra exogamy. They like to marry outside their gotra. They are mainly agriculture land owner and business community. They are generally found in many surnames like Roy, mondol and sarkar. Their marriage ceremony involves much pomp and joy. They follow the landlord style of marriage. They are Hindus and they follow all the Hindu rituals for accomplishing their matrimonial ceremony. Their marriage represents the Bengali culture and rituals perfectly. Like all Hindu marriages, the Sadgope matrimony involves pre-wedding, wedding and post-wedding ceremonies. All the rituals are greatly celebrated and enjoyed. And all relatives participate in the marriage ceremony. The lavish dinner is the most prominent affair in the ceremony.