Bajgi in India

Joshua Project has identified the Bajgi only in India

Population

37,500

Christian

0.00%

Evangelical

0.00%

Largest Religion

Main Language

Progress


Profile Source: Global Prayer Digest / Keith Carey


Introduction / History

The Bajgi community's name is derived from the word "baj" which refers to the playing of music. They are best known for playing drums, though many of them are tailors or barbers. Because these professions involve interacting with other communities, they share common folk art and even marriage partners with other people groups in Uttar Pradesh. They profess to be Hindus, though they also worship regional gods.

Pray that the Bajgi communities will find Christ to be the only one worthy of their worship.




People Name General Bajgi
People Name in Country Bajgi
Population in India 37,500
Progress Scale 1.1
Least-Reached Yes
Unengaged or Unknown Yes
Indigenous Yes
Alternate Names Auji, Dhaki, Taori, Turi
Affinity Bloc South Asian Peoples
People Cluster Nepali-Pahari
People Name General Bajgi
Ethnic Code CNN25k
Country India
Continent Asia
Region South Asia
10/40 Window Yes
Languages & Dialects (speakers if known) - up to 20 shown
Garhwali (27,000) Hindi (6,700) Panjabi, Eastern (2,500) Pahari, Mahasu (1,500)
Kangri (600) Bilaspuri (500) Kumaoni (200) Sirmauri (200)
Kanauji (200) Chambeali (40) Mandeali (30) Bhattiyali (20)
Languages & Dialects (speakers if known) - up to 20 shown
Garhwali 27,000 Hindi 6,700
Panjabi, Eastern 2,500 Pahari, Mahasu 1,500
Kangri 600 Bilaspuri 500
Kumaoni 200 Sirmauri 200
Kanauji 200 Chambeali 40
Mandeali 30 Bhattiyali 20
Largest Religion Hinduism
Buddhism
0.00%
Christianity
0.00%    ( Evangelical  0.00% )
Ethnic Religions
0.00%
Hinduism
100.00%
Islam
0.00%
Non-Religious
0.00%
Other / Small
0.00%
Unknown
0.00%
Photo Source: COMIBAM / Sepal
Map Source: Omid / Joshua Project / Global Mapping Intl
Profile Source:
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