10 Traits of a Typical Marwari

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10 Traits of a Typical Marwari
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Each one of us has at least one Marwari contact in our friend list if not more. There are certain traits typical to Marwaris which are often talked about. From their love of colours to their passion for food, the community completely nails it.

One necessary correction in our knowledge base should be: Everyone who belongs to Rajasthan is not a 'Marwari'. Marwaris are Indian ethnic group of traders whose origin is from Marwar region. The Marwar region includes Barmer, Jalore, Lakshman Nagar, Nagore, Jodhpur, and Pali.

Here are a few things that you will relate to if you grew up in a Marwari household - and if you didn't, it's still something you can relate to all your Marwari friends.   

#1. Love for Bhujia and Papad.

#1. Love for Bhujia and Papad.

Every Marwari's staple food. Probably that's the reason why Haldiram's is so famous, right!

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#2. Born businessman.

#2. Born businessman.

Talk about their enterprising skills; they are born financial gurus. Joining the family business is usually on the cards.

#3. Marwari weddings are known to be big fat ones.

#3. Marwari weddings are known to be big fat ones.

From the love for colours to love for food, a Marwari wedding is one full of opulence. 

#4. Born foodies. 

#4. Born foodies. 

Dal baati churma, gatte and kadhi, the buffets are the most lavish ones. Despite non-vegetarian food is a strict no, their feasts are great.   

#5. Special menu for travel. 

#5. Special menu for travel. 

Travel with a Marwari and you can see a special menu for the journey. From aloo-puri, achar, bhujia sev, mithai in disposable dabbas. It's all planned. 

#6. Money is honey.

#6. Money is honey.

Every lie that a Marwari speaks: "Paise ki Baat Koni." Yes, saving money is in a Marwari's blood but not all Marwaris are kanjoos

#7. Speaking in Marwari with grandparents is an unsaid rule.

#7. Speaking in Marwari with grandparents is an unsaid rule.

Knowing a bit of Marwari is vital to your communication with your grandparents and they insist on you learning the language.

#8. Alcohol is not their cup of tea. 

#8. Alcohol is not their cup of tea. 

Despite being a matter of personal choice, this remains a rule generally. They have so many amazing non-alcoholic drinks to offer that you won't even miss your booze.

#9. At least one of the family vacations is to a religious place (dhams). 

#9. At least one of the family vacations is to a religious place (dhams). 

Religious places (dhams) for a holiday with family is definitely on cards. Once or more, depends.  

#10. TU PAKKA MARWARI HAI! 

#10. TU PAKKA MARWARI HAI! 

One thing that a Marwari hears all through their lifetime. 

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