There are a number of traditionally itinerant or travelling groups in Europe who are known as "Travellers" or "Gypsies".- Itinerant groups in Europe
According to studies done on the Kalderash clans of Seattle, Kalderash Roma generally stick to traditional itinerant jobs such as automobile body repair, roofing, stove cleaning, and other short term jobs that allows them to maintain their traditional lifestyle.- Kalderash
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The Romani (also spelled Romany, ), colloquially known as the Roma, are an Indo-Aryan ethnic group, traditionally nomadic itinerants.
Kalderash, from Romanian căldărar, lit. bucketmaker, meaning kettlemaker, tinsmith, tinker; also in Moldova and Ukraine.
Dialect group of the Romani language.
Vlax Romani is classified in two groups: Vlax I, or Northern Vlax (including Kalderash and Lovari), and Vlax II, or Southern Vlax.
Kalderash Romani is a group of Vlax dialects spoken by the Kalderash Romani, mainly in Romania.
Abolished in stages during the 1840s and 1850s before the independence of the United Principalities of Moldavia and Wallachia was allowed, and also until 1783, in Transylvania and Bukovina .
The lăieşi category comprised several occupational subgroups: alongside the Kalderash (căldărari or "copper workers"), Lăutari ("string instrument players"), Boyash (lingurari or "spoon makers") and Ursari ("bear handlers"), all of which developed as distinct ethic subgroups, they comprised the fierari ("smiths").
The Romani people are a distinct ethnic and cultural group of peoples living all across the globe, who share a family of languages and sometimes a traditional nomadic mode of life.
There are many Romani groups, but with different Law. ( in Ruska Roma's and Kaldarash dialects)
Traditional court for conflict resolution in the culture of Vlax branch of the Romani people.
Some non-Vlax Romanies adopted this institution, like the Drzara from Sweden (originally from Serbia), in contact with the local Kalderash.
Katarina Taikon-Langhammer (29 July 1932 – 30 December 1995) was a Swedish Romany activist, leader in the civil rights movement, writer and actor, from the Kalderash caste.
Romani Canadian writer, linguist, professor, folk musician, and activist.
Lee's father was a Kalderash musician from Europe who immigrated to Canada, where he married and took his wife's surname of Lee.
Romanian Romani Pentecostal minister and self-proclaimed "King of Roma Everywhere".
He was the son of Ioan Cioabă, a Kalderash Romani leader.
French writer and Evangelical pastor of Romani ethnicity.
His father was a Kalderash Rom from Russia; and his mother was a Manouche from France.