Social and Educational change among tribal’s In reference to Aravalli district
The present era is an era of change. That is, understand all kinds of things today whether it is urban society, rural society or tribal society, whether or not they are transforming the new horizons of development and development. Traditionally tribal communities are becoming an important component of Indian society. They are traditionally a people living in forests and isolates from the rural and urban communities apart from tradition. Mainly because of their isolation, they were backward in social, economic and political matters, as compared to non-tribal people. Today, there have been significant changes in their socio-economic and socio-cultural situation due to the impact of various factors like industrialization, urbanization, legalization, education and civilization.
Adivasis have become economically capable to teach their children. Today, they are awake to encourage their children to concentrate only on the study. Do not look at children in their studies in farming. Education has found that people in the household get government jobs, children have improved, respect has received respect in the society, there has been a lot of change in the knowledge and behavior of the people in the home, and children have been awakened, and the status of home status has increased. At present, they have adopted modern comforts and facilities. The amount of economic self-sufficiency increased in them. They understand the importance of savings in their life and are saving. Their marriage has been high. Education and career seem to be getting married in adulthood. The presence of the elders in the wedding is considered inevitable.
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