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International Journal of Home Science

2020, VOL. 6 ISSUE 1, PART C

Trible people in India: A review

Author(s): Dr. Nikita Wadhawan, Chetna Dangi and Manju Saini
Abstract:
Trible people in India are called Adivasi. India total Trible population was 8.6 per-cent. As per the 2011 census, the Scheduled Tribe (ST) population of Rajasthan State 13.5 per-cent of the total ST population of India. Trible population of Rajasthan in Bhil, Meena, Damor, Garasia, Kathodi, Dhanka, Nayaka, Sehria or Sahariya and Koli etc. Udaipur is one of district of Rajasthan in India. There are 11 Tehsils, 2,479 villages and 17 towns in Udaipur district. There are 80.17per-cent of population lives in Urban area and 19.83per-cent lives in Rural area. There are 6.14per-cent Scheduled Caste (SC) and 49.71per-cent Scheduled Tribe (ST) of total population in Udaipur district. The lifestyle of the tribal people in India varies from state to state or region to region. Every Indian tribe has a unique culture comprising of many different things. Tribal families are usually nuclear families, consisting of a man, his wife, and his single children. Consumption pattern of Trible people is markedly different from that the non-tribal people. Consumption of cereal was higher and pulses, leafy vegetables, other vegetables, root and tubers, fat and oils consumption was lower than the recommended dietary allowances.
Pages: 153-155  |  43 Views  15 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Dr. Nikita Wadhawan, Chetna Dangi and Manju Saini. Trible people in India: A review. International Journal of Home Science. 2020; 6(1): 153-155.
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