The local tribe Rabari, an indigenous tribal caste of nomadic cattle and camel herders and shepherds that live throughout northwest India, primarily in the states of Gujarat, Punjab and Rajasthan. The word "Rabari" translates as "outsiders", a fair description of their primary occupation and status within Indian society. Moving mainly through the regions of Rajasthan and Gujarat, they go back to their village once a year and make their living by selling milk. Completely nomads in the past, they are now semi-nomads, moving from their village according to the seasons. Nowadays, many Rabari have abandoned the nomadic lifestyle for a modern life, settling down in the cities.