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Natives and Tribes

India is a land of myriad culture and people. Perhaps no other country has such diversity in its population. It is due the presence of these natives and tribes that our country has received its varied flavour. A look into the lives of these tribes makes for interesting reading. A different lifestyle exists apart from the ones visible in our day to day life. This has been the topic of discussion of many a website; and this page will help you locate the websites which gives voice to the myriad cultures in India.


This gives a site map of the various tribal populations of Indian origin. It gives a State wise exhaustive list of all the tribes that are found in the country with a brief idea on how much of the population they cover. It also endeavours to describe tribal areas and the State wise position of scheduled areas for them. The site is not only informative but has also been done in an extremely creative manner.

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This is another site map that gives the tribal population of India. Done almost in the same manner this also showcases the different tribes in the country and their associations. Their population based data is given here for reference.


This site gives a brief description of the castes of the natives of India. It explains the system of caste that these natives follow. It gives out information and yet aims to give information as simply as possible.


If you are interested in knowing about the tribes of North east India, then this is the site to visit. It gives out information on the various tribes of Nagaland, Meghalaya and the like. It provides the user useful information on the history of the tribes and several other details.


This site deals exclusively with the jarawa tribe of Andaman & Nicobar Islands It discusses the different anthropology they belong to. This site speaks of the confluence of the present with the past and gives in vivid details the origin of the ‘jarawa tribe'. It also speaks of their lifestyle and the culture they follow.

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