A vast majority of people living in Jind District's Baroda village who live off agriculture have adopted Jainism.
According to a Times of India report, Baroda village was dominated by 'Chahal gotra .' The people residing there are practicing Jainism for nearly 142 years. It was also reported that irrespective of one's caste, almost all households in the village have named their house "Jain Bhavan." Jains in Baroda follow an essential personality in the village who has true faith in their religion. Also, the village reportedly recorded a lower crime rate compared to the neighboring towns, and it consists of nearly 2,500 families.
Since most of the people in Baroda follow Jainism irrespective of their caste, it can be concluded that a major chunk of the population in the village has either adopted or traditionally following the Jain tradition.