Solution:A pastoralist community called Maldhari resides in Gujarat. Maldhari is a name used to describe a wide range of castes and communities of workers. Maldhari means "keeper of Animal Stock" in Sanskrit. They were traditional dairymen in the area who provided milk and cheese to the rajas' palace (king). Maldharis are people who own animals, breed them and herd them. They have a simple life in a modest mud hut. They are descended from nomadic people who migrated from Rajasthan and Gujarat. They kept livestock, including camels, buffalo, sheep, goats, and cows.