The people of Latur comprise mainly of Hindus, Muslims, Christians and Jains. There are also smaller groups of Sikhs, Buddhists, Zoroastrians, and Jews living in the city as well. There are many tribal communities living here, such as the Bhils, the Kolis, the Mahadeo, the Gonds, and the Warlis. As Latur is famous for great quality pulses, it comes as no surprise that several of the people are employed in the growth and production of toor dal, which is the most famous pulse grown in the region. Dal is also a popular part of their diet along with rotis, rice, and vegetables. The people of Latur also work in industries that grow and produce other pulses such as Urad, Moong, and Channa. Other industries they work for include the production of oil seeds such as sunflower and soya bean, safflower, nutcrackers, locks, sugar, brassware, milk powder, ginning, and pressing.
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