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These days it's not uncommon to hear the word Kanjar/kanjaḍa (कंजर/कंजड़) being used as either a sarcastic insult or a nominal derogatory insult against the other person.

However, as per Wikipedia:

The Kanjar are a nomadic tribe or group of people of North India, Kashmir and Pakistan. Some of them are Hindus.

Question:

Is the word "Kanjar" found in any canonical text either in reference to insults or as a group or tribe of people (like the malecchas or the chānḍālas)?

In what context is the word kanjaḍa (कंजड़) found in the texts?

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