For some of them, they were able to find new land and others reduced the number of cattle they had to make more economical solutions. After India's Independence and the divide between Pakistan and India had happened, the sheep and camel rearing and trading had stopped. A lot of the Nomads had settled down with the lands they had already owned. Some of them became land cultivators, or they had indulged in trading. The poor pastoralists had found it very hard to cope and had to borrow money from money lenders with a high rate of interest; a lot of them are still surviving.