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TRIBES OF ODISHA

TRIBES OF ODISHA

TRIBES OF ODISHA

Munda

Munda Lohara, Munda Mahalis, Nagabanshi Munda, Odia Munda

Region: Sundergarh, Sambalpur, Keonjhar and adjoining districts of Odisha

Population*: 5,58,691

Language: Mundari

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Origin: The Munda call themselves Hodoko, or human in their language.

Culture and Crafts: The tribe practices Sarna, or the worship of the supernatural spirit known to them as Singabonga.

Occupation: They practice settled cultivation supplemented by industrial labour.

*Scheduled Tribes Population as per Census 2011 data.
 PVTGs Population as per Micro Project Survey Data, 2010

Munda

Munda Lohara, Munda Mahalis, Nagabanshi Munda, Odia Munda

Region: Sundergarh, Sambalpur, Keonjhar and adjoining districts of Odisha

Population*: 5,58,691

Language: Mundari

Map: Click Here

Origin: The Munda call themselves Hodoko, or human in their language.

Culture and Crafts: The tribe practices Sarna, or the worship of the supernatural spirit known to them as Singabonga.

Occupation: They practice settled cultivation supplemented by industrial labour.

*Scheduled Tribes Population as per Census 2011 data.
 PVTGs Population as per Micro Project Survey Data, 2010

Munda

Munda Lohara, Munda Mahalis, Nagabanshi Munda, Odia Munda

Region: Sundergarh, Sambalpur, Keonjhar and adjoining districts of Odisha

Population*: 5,58,691

Language: Mundari

Map: Click Here

Origin: The Munda call themselves Hodoko, or human in their language.

Culture and Crafts: The tribe practices Sarna, or the worship of the supernatural spirit known to them as Singabonga.

Occupation: They practice settled cultivation supplemented by industrial labour.

*Scheduled Tribes Population as per Census 2011 data.
 PVTGs Population as per Micro Project Survey Data, 2010

Munda

Munda Lohara, Munda Mahalis, Nagabanshi Munda, Odia Munda

Region: Sundergarh, Sambalpur, Keonjhar and adjoining districts of Odisha

Population*: 5,58,691

Language: Mundari

Map: Click Here

Origin: The Munda call themselves Hodoko, or human in their language.

Culture and Crafts: The tribe practices Sarna, or the worship of the supernatural spirit known to them as Singabonga.

Occupation: They practice settled cultivation supplemented by industrial labour.

*Scheduled Tribes Population as per Census 2011 data.
 PVTGs Population as per Micro Project Survey Data, 2010

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