Singh, K. S. 1994

Singh, K. S. 1994. The scheduled tribes. (People of India: National Series, III.) Calcutta: Anthroplogical Survey of India. 1266pp.

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  author     = {Singh, K. S.},
  pages      = {1266},
  publisher  = {Anthroplogical Survey of India},
  series     = {People of India: National Series},
  title      = {The scheduled tribes},
  volume     = {III},
  year       = {1994},
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  inlg       = {English [eng]},
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  lgcode     = {Mala Malasar [ima], Mahli = Mahali [mjx], Majhi speak Bundelkhandi, Majhwar, Mal Pahariya, Malai Arayan Earlier the Malai Arayan were dependent on shifting cultivation hunting and food gathering = Malaryan [mjq], Mala Kuravan mother tongue Malayalam Mala Kuravan who were pastoralists earlier = Malankuravan [mjo], Malai Vedan = The Malai Vedan were traditionally food gatherers, Malaikudi The Malaikudi were hunters and gatherers in the past, Malasar speak a lect of Tamil among themselves Their traditional occupations include trapping of birds and animals animal husbandry and collection of minor forest produce = Malasar [ymr], Malaya Pandaram speak a dialect of Malayalam Hunting and gathering were their traditional occupations = Hill Pandaram = Malapandaram [mjp], Malayan-Kongu The language spoken by them at home and with others is Malayalam Hunting gathering and the collection of honey are their traditional occupations, Malayan-Nattu The language and script used by them within the community and also with others is Malayalam Collection of honey is their traditional occupation while fishing settled cultivation agricultural and non-agricultural labour are their other occupations, Maleru The Maleru like the Malaikudi were hunters and gatherers in the past, Malhar The Malhar are landless and earn their livelihood as food gatherers and hunters mother tongue of the Malhar is Savara, Mali, Mannan speak a dialect of Tamil Their traditional occupations are hunting and gathering trapping of birds and animals and shifting cultivation = Mannan [mjv], Manne Dora major occupation of the Manne Dora is cultivation mother tongue is the Dravidian language Telugu, Miji, Mishing-Miri, Mishmi, Digaru-Mishmi = Digaro-Mishmi [mhu], Mishmi-Idu = Idu-Mishmi [clk], Miju-Mishmi, Tawang Monpa, Monsang, Moyon, Muduvan/Muthuvan practise slash and burn cultivation and horticulture in the reserve forest = Muthuvan [muv], Mudugar = Muduga [udg], Mukha Dora, Nahal speak Nimadi an IA language [noe], Naikda/Nayaka cultivation and agricultural, Palliyan This community of food gatherers has now taken up the vocation of agricultural and plantation labourers = Paliyan [pcf], Paniyan Earlier the Paniyan used to depend largely on wage labour for their livelihood but presently they are also engaged in fishing settled cultivation and in government services = Paniya [pcg], Pao [ppa], Pardhan [pch], Raji, Sentinelese [std], Shompen [sii], Soliga/Soligaru dialect of Kannada traditional occupations of the Soliga were shifting cultivation and the collection of minor forest produce, Urali Sholagar speak Sholaga Kannada Hunting and gathering fishing and trapping of birds = Sholaga [sle], Sulung, Ulladan traditional occupations of the Ulladan are foraging trapping of birds and animals collection of honey and medicinal plants canoe-making wood cutting basket-making and mat-weaving. Now they have ceased to be foragers [ull], Uraly shifting cultivators in the past, Vaghri in Kutch district of Gujarat speak Sarhodi = Koli-Kachi [gjk], Vaiphei [vap], Varli [vav], Wancho = Naga-Wancho [nnp], Yanadi speak Telugu [tel], Yerava = Ravula [yea], Yerukula [yeu]},
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