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The Predominantly Animistic – Bastar Beliefs

The Bastar tribals are predominantly animistic. They are also influenced by Hinduism and Hindu practices. Their belief varies from tribe to tribe. the

by Manikanta - Feb 9, 2018

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Ghothuls of Different Tribes

In Abhuj Marias, when the settlement shifts to a new place, Ghotuls are the first building to come up and it is also the best. The Abhuj Marias ha

by Manikanta - Feb 9, 2018

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Muria Tribe

Etymologically, the word Mur is a Sanskrit word. It means mool, which is the root the beginning etc. Therefore, it denotes the first inhabitant, (mool

by Manikanta - Feb 8, 2018

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Dolra Tribe

The people belonging to this tribe are mainly found in konta and Bhopalpattanam areas of Bastar. Their dialect is Dorli, influenced by the Telugu l

by Manikanta - Feb 8, 2018

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Dhurvaa Tribe

These tribes are found mainly in Adhar and Chintgarh areas of Bastar. They are courageous and known for their bravery. They are appointed to take ca

by Manikanta - Feb 6, 2018

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Halibaas Tribe

They are mainly farmers. These tribes are found not only in Bastar but they are also spread in Madhya Pradesh, Odisha and Maharashtra. They speak

by Manikanta - Feb 6, 2018

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Bhatra Bhatra tribes (San Bhatra, Pit Bhatra, Amnit bhatra)

These tribes are located in Bastar and borders of Odisha. Their settlements made of wall houses and boundary made by clay is unique. They are ranked

by Manikanta - Feb 5, 2018

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Abuj Maria Tribe

Abuj Marias are inhabitants of abujjmad area of Naryanpur. They are known as hill Marias. The areas inhabited by the Abuj Maria tribals, are a de

by Manikanta - Feb 5, 2018

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Baison Horn Maria Tribe

This tribal community has the custom of wearing a distinctive head gear which resembles the horns of a wild bison. They generally wear the head gear (

by Manikanta - Jan 25, 2018

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Maria (madia) tribe

The word Madia originated from the word Mad of Gondi dialect, which means the Hill. Therefore, Madia means the people who live in the hills. In th

by Manikanta - Jan 25, 2018

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