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SOCIAL LIFE OF HILL KHARIAS OF MAYURBHANJ OF ODISHA IN EASTERN INDIA: AHISTORICAL ANALYSIS

Fagu Tudu, Ratnakar Mohapatra.

Abstract
The social life of Hill Kharias of Mayurbhanj is one of the fascinating aspects of the tribal history of Odisha in Eastern India. In India 75 Particular Vulnerable Tribal Groups (PVTGs) inhabit in various geographical regions and out of these 13 Particular Vulnerable Tribal Groups (PVTGs)reside in Odisha. Especially, Mayurbhanj is a tribal dominated district where 53 tribes and4 Particular Vulnerable Tribal Groups are inhabited. Out of these, Hill Kharias is one of the major PVTGs in Mayurbhanj district of Odisha. Accounts of Hill Kharias are all the more intriguing and chasing and assembling as well. They move in the backwards looking for nourishment around the year. They are semi-migrant tribe and their sustainability completely relies on forest. Now-a-days as they are not additionally getting timberland assets as they were getting prior. Still their monetary condition is poor right now. In fact, the social life of Hill Kharias of Mayurbhanj is very interesting study for the scholars to know the history of one of the primitive tribal groups of Odisha. The empirical study has been done by the present scholars to focus on the social activities of Hill Kharias of Mayurbhanj. Different aspects of social life of Hill Kharias of Mayurbhanj liketheir family, clans, housing pattern, birth and death rituals, marriage system, health and hygiene, social council, educational system, change and development, etc. have been highlighted in the present piece of work. Methodologically, both the primary and secondary sources have been used in this article to access the social life of Hill Kharias of Mayurbhanj of Odisha in Eastern India

Key words: Primitive, Kharia, Tribe, Social life, Marriage, Education, Mayurbhanj, Odisha, India


 
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Fagu Tudu, Ratnakar Mohapatra. SOCIAL LIFE OF HILL KHARIAS OF MAYURBHANJ OF ODISHA IN EASTERN INDIA: AHISTORICAL ANALYSIS. JCR. 2020; 7(7): 846-853. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.07.154


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Fagu Tudu, Ratnakar Mohapatra. SOCIAL LIFE OF HILL KHARIAS OF MAYURBHANJ OF ODISHA IN EASTERN INDIA: AHISTORICAL ANALYSIS. JCR. 2020; 7(7): 846-853. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.07.154



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Fagu Tudu, Ratnakar Mohapatra. SOCIAL LIFE OF HILL KHARIAS OF MAYURBHANJ OF ODISHA IN EASTERN INDIA: AHISTORICAL ANALYSIS. JCR. (2020), [cited May 31, 2021]; 7(7): 846-853. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.07.154



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Fagu Tudu, Ratnakar Mohapatra (2020) SOCIAL LIFE OF HILL KHARIAS OF MAYURBHANJ OF ODISHA IN EASTERN INDIA: AHISTORICAL ANALYSIS. JCR, 7 (7), 846-853. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.07.154



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Fagu Tudu, Ratnakar Mohapatra. 2020. SOCIAL LIFE OF HILL KHARIAS OF MAYURBHANJ OF ODISHA IN EASTERN INDIA: AHISTORICAL ANALYSIS. Journal of Critical Reviews, 7 (7), 846-853. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.07.154



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Fagu Tudu, Ratnakar Mohapatra. "SOCIAL LIFE OF HILL KHARIAS OF MAYURBHANJ OF ODISHA IN EASTERN INDIA: AHISTORICAL ANALYSIS." Journal of Critical Reviews 7 (2020), 846-853. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.07.154



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Fagu Tudu, Ratnakar Mohapatra. "SOCIAL LIFE OF HILL KHARIAS OF MAYURBHANJ OF ODISHA IN EASTERN INDIA: AHISTORICAL ANALYSIS." Journal of Critical Reviews 7.7 (2020), 846-853. Print. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.07.154



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Fagu Tudu, Ratnakar Mohapatra (2020) SOCIAL LIFE OF HILL KHARIAS OF MAYURBHANJ OF ODISHA IN EASTERN INDIA: AHISTORICAL ANALYSIS. Journal of Critical Reviews, 7 (7), 846-853. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.07.154