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Banjaras during the medieval period of Indian history were generally
(a) agriculturists
(b) warriors
(c) weavers
(d) traders



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Banjaras were a community of nomadic traders who played a significant role in trade and commerce during the medieval period. They were known for their extensive trading networks and transportation of goods across long distances using bullock carts. Banjaras were involved in the transportation of various commodities such as grains, salt, textiles, and other goods. They had a reputation for their business acumen and their ability to navigate through different regions and markets for trade purposes.


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