‘Rabari’ is the name given to a group of people who derive their primary business from the rearing of animals for milk. Traditionally they were camel herders, and were once nomadic people. Now they are less nomadic and herd more cows than camels, but still move their herds between countryside and city, as they seek to feed them. They are considered to be among the least reached peoples with few known Believers.
Pray for this people, generations of herders, that they will come to know the Good Shepherd.

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