List of Scheduled castes in Rajasthan

Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes are communities that are accorded special status by the Constitution of India.

This is a list of the scheduled castes in the Indian state of Rajasthan.

#Adi Dharmi
#Aheri
#Badi
#Bagri, Bagdi
#Bairwa, Berwa
#Bajgar
#Balai
#Bansphor, Bansphod
#Baori
#Bargi, Vargi, Birgi
#Bawaria
#Bedia, Beria
#Bhand
#Bhangi, Chura, Mehtar, Olgana, Rukhi, Malkana, Halalkhor, Lalbegi, Balmiki, Valmiki, Korar, Zadmalli
#Bidakia
#Bola
#Chamar, Bhambhi, Bambhi, Bhambi, Jatia, Jatav, Jatava, Mochi, Raidas, Rohidas, Regar, Raigar, Ramdasia, Asadaru, Asodi, Chamadia, Chambhar, Chamgar, Haralayya, Harali, Khalpa, Machigai, Mochigar, Majar, Madig, Telugu Mochi, Kamati Mochi, Ranigar, Rohit, Samgar
#Chandal
#Dabgar
#Dhanak, Dhanuk
#Dhankia
#Dhobi
#Dholi
#Dome, Dom
#Gandia
#Garancha, Gancha
#Garo, Garura, Gurda, Garoda
#Gavaria
#Godhi
#Jingar
#Kalbelia, Sapera
#Kamad, Kamadia
#Kanjar, Kunjar
#Kapadia Sansi
#Khangar
#Khatik
#Koli, Kori
#Kooch Band, Kuchband
#Koria
#Madari, Bazigar
#Mahar, Taral, Dhegumegu
#Mahyavanshi, Dhed, Dheda, Vankar, Maru Vankar
#Majhabi
#Mang, Matang, Minimadig
#Mang Garodi, Mang Garudi
#Megh, Meghval, Meghwal, Menghvar
#Mehar
#Nat, Nut
#Pasi
#Rawal
#Salvi
# [Sansi
#Santia, Satia
#Sarbhangi
#Sargara
#Singiwala
#ThoriNayak(in Ganganagar district only)
#Tirgar, Tirbanda
#Turi

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*"The Constitution(Scheduled Castes) Order", 1950 1 (C.O.19) Part XV


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