Sonars, also known as Sunars, Suniars, Suniareh, Swarnkar are a group of families living mainly in the north India, who traditionally spent their time in building gold jewelry. They understood various kinds of gold, what can be made into which kind of jewel and how. They used their expertise and experience to produce unique jewelry items which are liked by their customers. This became their way of life which slowly moved to selling jewelry made for public. Today majority Sonars are still engaged in gold related businesses while few have moved to other works such as agriculture and trade. These Sonars are available in large numbers in North Indian states, mainly Haryana and Punjab. They are also available in other states in small numbers. They are hard workers, paying close attention to even the smallest thing. When the work on anything, they ensure it is done in the best possible way. This has given them a social status where other respect them purely for their talent and artistic abilities. Sonar matrimony process is initiated by the parents of a boy or a girl for whom a suitable match has to be found. They prepare a profile of their son or daughter with all required details and they distribute it to other community members through paper or online. This profile is reviewed by other parents with a similar purpose and a good match is found. After that the respective families meet and discuss the next steps in terms of the marriage planning, which will be in a grand scale.