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The Garodi are a Muslim community found in the state of Maharashtra in India. They are also known as Sampagarudi, Madari Baorikar and Gare.[1]


The Garodi are a community of Madari Faqirs, and are found in the districts of Kolhapur, Sangli and Pune. They speak the Dakhani dialect of Urdu, but most also speak Marathi.[2]

Present circumstances

The Garodi are an [3]

See also


  1. ^ People of India Maharshtra, Volume XXX, Part 1, edited by B.V Bhanu, B.R Bhatnagar, D.K Bose, V.S Kulkarni and J Sreenath. pp. 624-628.
  2. ^ Ibid.
  3. ^ Ibid.
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