Essay On Adivasi In Hindi

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Sundargarh is composite of forty types of tribals living in different corners of the district. The most common tribes are Bhuyan, Gond, Oraon, Munda, Kisan and Khadia. Among all tribes the Kisan are unique in their identity, language, culture and ethnicity. They are originated from the Kurukh (Oraon). During the Mukharjee Settlement the Kundha (Kurukh) are named as Kisan. They are unique in their cultural dance and marriage. The life style of Kisan population in Sundargarh district has been changed with the changing world. The role of globalization, westernization, modernization has great impact on Kisan life style as well as on other tribal of Sundargarh district. The impact of Christianization has brought about change in life style of some of the recognized tribal belong to Sundargarh district
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Adivasi is term for a heterogeneous set of ethnic and tribal groups believed to be the aboriginal population of India. The term Adivasi is from the word of Hindi terminology, which means aboriginal tribes of the Indian society. The adivasi are popularly known as tribal. In India adivasi are recognized as Scheduled tribe included in V schedule of the Indian constitution which is eligible for certain affirmative action measures. In India majority of adivasi are living in the states of Madhya Pradesh, Maharastra, Odisha, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Jharkhand,
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All of them eat meat of sacrificed cock. Gumha Puni is another important festival of Kisan tribe where they wash the feet of cattle with sun-fried rice liquor. Pus Puni, it is a festival of thanks giving to God soon after of Pus Puni the marriage process start in Kisan society. Besides these nuakhai, karma, Jethia, sahorai, diwali festival are all observed by the Kisan in this

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