Yadav are, mostly landowning community which comprises of large many small-scale farmers and many traditional occupations like animal husbandry, selling milk or milk products or agriculture activities. The Yadavs are considered one of the prosperous communities occupying a respectable position in Indian society. It has been seen that Yadav community do not marry outside their community. The marriages in this community are generally performed in form of arrange marriages therefore they are married with consent of their parents and elders. Yadav grooms are generally familiar names like Kannaujiya, Dandhor, Kisnaut, Majhrot and Bhurihar. Kashyap and Manu are another sub groups which are popular in this caste. Yadav grooms follow all Hindu traditional rites and rituals in their marriage ceremonies. The grooms or brides will take blessings from their elders and therefore marriages are arranged by elders Yadav brides are found with sindur, glass bangles, nose studs, toe-rings, bindi etc. And it is believed that Yadav bride will leave her parents house after marriage and will live with her husband thereafter. Traditional Yadavs existed in extended families but now they are also moving towards nuclear families especially ones which dwell in urban settings. Yadav sons have equal right on parental property and therefore the grooms inherit parent's wealth and property. Daughters do not have any share in parental property. The status of Yadav women is secondary as that of men and therefore they are especially meant for household chores and following rites and rituals of society. With the advancement of society it is now seen that women are going out for private and government jobs.