Cultural change among tribal’s (Special reference to Meghraj Taluka)

  • Mukesh D Bhagora Meghraj, Aravalli, India
Keywords: Cultural, tribal, Meghraj Taluka


Apart from Africa, the world has the largest tribal population in the world. Which resides in a lesser degree in different states of India. No society is stable but is also flexible. The effect of universal transformation of the transformation has been reduced to a lesser-than-average perception. Adivasi society is also changing with the effect of various factors of change. Tribal communities living in some forests and mountainous areas still adhere to their native land. So life is living in the original state. Nevertheless, real or indirect changes have been made possible in many tribal communities. Due to the efforts of the Central Government and the state government's various schemes and voluntary organizations and organizations, they have started mixing and developing with the tribal community and non-indigenous communities, and have been developing and developing. This has resulted in the research presented in the tribal community to investigate the change.


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