Sundhi is a prominent caste in Bihar, Jharkhand, Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Odisha. This community is basically found in eastern India. In some coastal regions of Andhra Pradesh too, families of this community is found. The word "Sundhi" has been derived from the Sanskrit word 'shaundik' which means a spirit-seller. The caste is a result of cross unions among Brahmans, Kshatriyas and Vaishyas. Sundhi is not a large community in general and they are found in less number in these states of India. The modern day Sundhi community is found to be engaged in varied professions other than alcohol distilling. They are quite educated now and doing different roles in every kind of work-field. They are software engineers, doctors and playing many important roles in government sectors too. Most of them are rich and particularly in Andhra Pradesh they are considered as a wealthy sect. As far as their tradition and ritual are concerned, they have their own rituals. They do not borrow any tradition from any other community like Kshatriya, Brahmin or Vaishyas. They are quite attached towards their caste and prefer to marry within their community only. Finding a perfect match for the educatedSundhi brides and grooms are difficult but not impossible. The growing number of educated youngsters is the solution for perfect Sundhi Matrimony. Marriage ceremonies of Sundhi are celebrated according to their tradition. As there are two sub-groups in their community, they prefer to tie knots with their own sub-groups. There one may find upper Sundhi and Lower Sundhi and they prefer to follow their own rituals.