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Migration, Adaptation and Social Changes
Migration is linked to mankind from its earliest phases. It brings socio-cultural changes and population redistribution. Following the idea this paper intends to elucidate internal migration of marginalised people of Rajasthan to Delhi, the capital of India; and will highlight how this migratory movement helped in dealing with economic struggles of their lives. It will also bring attention towards challenges they faced at Delhi and other social changes that have happened in the community due to migration like change in their traditional occupation, education, marriage pattern, perception towards girl child and aspirations of children with special reference to girl child.