|Other names||Banjāri Hound, Vanjāri Hound, Banjāri Greyhound, Vanchāri Hound, Wanjāri Hound|
|Dog (domestic dog)|
The Banjara Hound, also known as the Vanjari Hound, is a breed of dog found in India. It is a sighthound-type dog bred and used for hunting by the nomadic Banjara of Maharashtra. The Banjara Hound is a rough-coated breed of sighthound, usually brindle or solid-coloured. It resembles a large Saluki, standing around 28 in (71 cm), and is famed for its stamina and ability to pull down deer.