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Yādav refers to a grouping of traditionally mainly non-elite, peasant-pastoral communities or castes in India and Nepalthat since the 19th and 20th centuries has claimed descent from the mythological King Yadu as a part of a movement of social and political resurgence.
The term 'Yadav' now covers many traditional peasant-pastoral castes such as Ahirs of the Hindi belt and the Gavli of Maharashtra. The Yadav are included in the category Other Backward Classes (OBCs) in many Indian states.
Traditionally, Yadav groups were linked to cattle raising and, as such, were outside the formal caste system. Since the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, the Yadav movement has worked to improve the social standing of its constituents,through Sanskritisation,active participation in the Indian and British armed forces,expansion of economic opportunities to include other, more prestigious business fields, and active participation in politics.Yadav leaders and intellectuals have often focused on their claimed descent from Yadu, and from Krishna,which they argue confers kshatriya status upon them,and effort has been invested in recasting the group narrative to emphasise kshatriya-like valour,however, the overall tenor of their movement has not been overtly egalitarian in the context of the larger Indian caste system.