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Like most of the tribal communities of Indian subcontinent, the Toda tribal community has got huge inclination towards religion and spiritualism. This Toda tribal community worships their dairy-buffaloes with lots of veneration.
Jenu Kuruba tribes lead a carefree lifestyle of a typical nomad, adopting to various occupations like conventional food collectors, shifting cultivators. . These Jenu Kuruba tribes also carry on cultivation as a supplementary profession.
Over the years, this Kadu Kuruba tribal community have adapted to diverse occupational activities. The common practice is that in all the famous temples like Beeralingeshwara and Milaralingeshwara ,all the priests that are being duly appointed belong to this Kadu Kuruba tribal community.
This tribe is also known as Beda ,Boya , bydar etc .
The name ‘bedar’ is originated from from the word
‘bedaru’ which signifies Hunter .
This tribe is known for the jewellery its women wear .
Though the Konda Kapus tribes live in great numbers
They are also found in states like Andhra Pradesh
,Orissa etc .
They claim themselves to be the descendents of the famous
Pandava Kings and practice Hinduism
A Konda Kapus tribe woman
In order to sustain their livelihood, this Sholaga tribal community has adapted the occupational activities of the farming. Quite a number of this Sholaga tribal community collect various products from the forest areas.
Dr. Hanumappa Sudarshan(Kannada: ಡಾ. ಎಚ್. ಸುದರ್ಶನ್) (Doctor Hanumappa Sudarshan) is a social worker and tribal rights activist belonging to the state of Karnataka, India. He is a doctor by profession and is well known for his contributions to the upliftment of the forest dwelling tribes (mainly Soligas) in the Chamarajanagar district of Karnataka.
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