IN SEARCH OF ETHNIC DIMENSIONS

DAY-01 :- Arv. Bhubaneswar, Transfer to Hotel. Latter visit the Ancient Temples of Bhubaneswar & Jain Caves of IInd BC. ON-BBI.

PARASURAMESWAR

PARASURAMESWAR :- Considered the best safeguarded example of an early Orissan sanctuary dated to the Sailodbhava period. The sanctuary is committed to Hindu god Shiva and is one of the old existing sanctuary in the state. The sanctuary is accepted to have been worked amid 650 AD in Nagara style. This sanctuary has a vimana, the sanctum, and a bada, the curvilinear tower over its rooftop, raising up to a stature of 40.25 ft (12.27 m). It is the main sanctuary to have an extra structure called Jagamohana, contrasted with the before sanctuaries that had just the vimana. Despite the fact that the sanctuary is devoted to Shiva, it contains etched pictures of Sakta gods. The sanctuary have portrayal of Saptamatrikas pictures, in particular, Chamunda, Varahi, Indrani, Vaisnavi, Kaumari, Sivani and Brahmi.

MUKTESWAR :- A critical historic point to the design improvement in Odisha, Mukteswar Sanctuary is frequently portrayed as gems of Odisha for its perfect figures and rich looks. The design is currently an undeniable five segmented shape, pancharatha and the stage or the pabhaga comprises of five moldings, as in last sanctuaries. The jagamohana of this late ninth century sanctuary is presently a pidha deul/Temple with brightened roof, cut into a lotus with eight petals. The change iconography is similarly perceptible with Ketu presented as the ninth planet, the affiliation Karttikeya with the peacock and the presence of the mouse as the mount of Ganesha.

LINGARAJ :- The sanctuary of Lingaraja is profoundly respected by the devotees of Hinduism. The term 'Lingaraj' proposes 'the ruler of Lingas', where 'linga' is the phallic type of Lord Shiva. In the eleventh Century, Lingaraj Temple was worked by the King Jajati Keshari, who had a place with Soma Vansh. The tall tower of the sanctuary reaches out to the tallness of 55 meters and actually, overwhelms the horizon of Bhubaneshwar. The roomy patio involves 50 little holy places that are committed to a few Divine forces of the Hindu pantheon.

BRAHMESWAR :- Brahmeswara Temple is a Hindu sanctuary committed to Lord Siva. The sanctuary is constructed around 1058 AD by Somavamsi ruler Udyotakesari, for his mom Kolavati Devi. On sandstone dividers there are emblematic enrichments and the thought of heavenly assumes that helps the Believer in his contemplation. The carvings over the door jamb contain excellent blossom plans and in addition Flying figures. Like the Rajarani, there are pictures of the eight directional Guardian Deities. There are moreover a significant number of tantric-related pictures, and even Chamunda shows up on the western exterior, holding a Trident and a human head, remaining on a cadaver. Shiva and different gods are likewise delineated in their horrendous perspectives.

RAJRANI :- Built eleventh AD. The Rajarani sanctuary is extraordinary, there is no divinity related with it. There's a story that the sanctuary was a delight resort of an Oriya lord and ruler (Raja and Rani). Be that as it may, all the more reasonably, the sanctuary got its name from the assortment of sandstone used to make it. The carvings on the sanctuary are especially Ornate, with various sexual models. This regularly prompts the sanctuary being alluded to as the Khajuraho of the east. One more of the sanctuary's striking highlights are the groups of littler cut towers on its tower. The open and perfectly kept sanctuary grounds are a quiet place to unwind on the off chance that you need a break from touring.

KHANDAGIRI and UDAYGIRI CAVES :- One of the most punctual gatherings of Jain shake cut covers, the holes of Udayagiri (Hill of Sunrise) and Khandagiri (Broken Hills) charge a one of a kind position in the recorded of history, shake cut engineering, craftsmanship what's more, religion. The two slopes rise suddenly from the waterfront plain, around six km west of Bhubaneswar, isolated by an interstate. Rani Gumpha, Hati Gumpha, Chhota Hati Gumpha, Jaya Bijay Gumpha, Manchapuri, Ganesh and Tiger Caves are the most vital and protected Caves in the Udaygiri Hill. Also Nabamuni Gumpha and Barbhuja Caves are the vital collapses the Khandagiri Slope. Each one of those Caves accepted to be developed between IInd to Ist Century B.C.

TRIBAL MUSEUM :- This historical center has life-sized legitimate tribal homes, made by the tribal Skilled workers offer a perspective of the State's tribal legacy. It has areas which grandstand tribal Ancient rarities and articles, concentrating on very much inquired about, recorded social existence of tribals of Odisha. This tribal historical center is UNESCO Designated best tribal gallery in India .There are dresses and decorations, dokra things, Musical instruments, chasing executes, angling nets, weapons of offense and resistance, horticulture instruments, family protests, individual things, tribal workmanship, Photos and earthenware things in the document. Customary ensembles, for example, the ringa of the Bonda tribe, phute sari of the Santhals and gatungkap of Lanjia Saora can be seen at the historical center.

64 YOGINI TEMPLE HIRAPURjagganath-temple

DAY-02 :- Drive to Puri enroute visiting Hirapur 64 Yogini, Dhauli, Pipli & afternoon visit Puri City. ON-PURI.

64 YOGINI TEMPLE HIRAPUR :- The 64 Yogini Shrine at Hirapur worked amid the ninth century to tackle the extraordinary forces, just four of the structurally unmistakable 64 Yogini Shrines get by in India today. Two of the sanctuaries Are in Orissa - at Hirapur close Bhubaneswar (15 km), and the twin towns of Ranipur and Jharial. The other two 64 Yogini Shrines are available in Khajuraho and Jabalpur in Madhya Pradesh. Developed as a hypaethral structure. The sanctuary is a round structure, 30 feet in distance across, which is worked of coarse sandstone and has scarcely 8 feet high dividers containing 64 specialties to house the figures of Yoginis or Dakinis (2 feet in height).There are 7 more katyayanis on the external edge divider. This hypaethral hallowed place confronting the east was found in 1953 by Kedarnath Mahapatra of the Orissa State Museum. It was a sanctuary open to the sky, with a little stage in the center with four columns. The inward border divider had little Yogini statues made of dark Chlorite.

DHAULI :- Ashoka had a unique soft spot for Dhauli, where the fight was battled. The Daya stream is said to have turned red with the blood of the many perished after the fight, and empowered Ashoka to understand the size of repulsiveness related with war. He got homes for the loner, directions engraved for authorities, explained the primary standards of dandaniti for people in general, gave exceptional status to his new kingdom including the stupas at Dhauli. The Rock Edicts found here incorporate two separate Kalinga Edicts. In Kalinga Edict VI, he communicates his anxiety for the "welfare of the entire world". The stone cut elephant over the Edicts is the most punctual Buddhist model of Odisha. The stone elephant demonstrates the creature's foreparts as it were, despite the fact that it has a fine feeling of shape and development. On the highest point of the slope, an amazing white peace pagoda has been worked by the Japan Buddha Sangha and the Kalinga Nippon Buddha Sangha in the year 1972.

PIPLI :- Applique originates from the French word "appliquer", which intends to "put on" In applique, one bit of texture is set over a base layer and is sewn set up. Another method is the invert applique, in which one layer of texture is set on another layer, and a shape is removed from the best layer, uncovering the lower layer. These two are then flawlessly sewed together. The applique make achieved its top in the eleventh century AD, under the support of the lord and respectability. A specialty that started as a sanctuary craftsmanship now discovers its application in an extensive variety of family unit, enhancing and formal items. This handiwork is unparalleled in its adaptability and flexibility, allowing experimentation and empowering advancement. Craftsmans with their skilful mixing of myths, imagery and creative ability give the art an engaging dynamism. The applique things are basically utilized amid parades of the divinities in their different custom trips. Things like Chhati (umbrella), Tarasa – a heart-formed wooden piece secured by appliqué material and bolstered by a long wooden shaft and Chandua – an umbrella formed covering are generally observed amid the parades. 'Jhalar', another prevalent thing is a kind of lace which is utilized as a fringe to overhangs and furthermore freely as a brightening piece.

JAGANNATH TEMPLE

PURI :- JAGANNATH TEMPLE :- Jagannath sanctuary at Puri is a standout amongst the most noteworthy landmarks in the state, and is devoted to Jagannath, the Lord of the Universe and an incarnation of Vishnu. Built by King Ananta Varman Chodaganga Deva from Ganga Dynasty in 1198, the sanctuary cherishes Lord Jagannath, Subhadra and Balabhadra. The primary sanctuary of Jagannath is a forcing structure encompassed by two dividers. The 65-meter-high sikhara (tower) is bested by the banner and wheel of Vishnu what's more, watched by two stone lions and a column delegated by the Garud. Worked in the Kalinga style of design, Lord Jagannath is accepted to be the image of Universal peace. Consistently, the enormously mainstream custom of Rath Yatra closes at the premises, amid which a great many lovers throng to the sanctuary.

DAY-03 :- Day Excurssion to Konark to visit the Sun Temple & latter visit Raghurajpur the Artisan village. ON-PURI.

SUN TEMPLE, KONARK :- One of the most staggering landmarks of religious centrality, A genuine magnum opus of engineering gladly remains as Sun Temple at Konark. Here the dialect of stone thrashings the dialect of human. The Sun Temple of Konark, frequently called as the Black Pagoda, Built in thirteenth century by King Narasimhadeva-II, of the Ganga Dynasty, the sanctuary is planned in the state of a giant chariot with seven steeds and twelve wheels, conveying the sun God. It is an abundant demonstration of the creative wonderfulness of the time. Considered as an immense chariot drawn by seven lively steeds on 12 sets of perfectly improved wheels- - after the legendary seven steed chariot of Sun God- - the sanctuary was one of a kind in its engineering and usage.

DAY-04 :- Drive to Gopalpur on Sea going to weaving town Olasingh and Boating at Chilka Lake to see Birds. ON-Gopalpur.

OLASINGH :- A town of Orissa having dexterous, carefree individuals. The town conveys with itself a long old history in Ekkat weaving. It is well known for Khandua Silk and Ekkat sarees. Generally created and oversaw by Craftsmen themselves, these items were either devoured by the nearby populace or by individuals from near to locales, however this craftsmanship was begun and perceived by Jagannath Temple of Puri. Today these customary experts groups are getting to be progressively defenseless against the difficulties of evolving financial substances got by a variety of 'rising ways of life'. One approach to enable the specialists to deal with such a testing circumstance is to reorient their plan abilities with quality cognizance and market insight.

CHILKA LAKE :- The pear-molded lake spreads crosswise over 1,100 sq km, and has a one of a kind biological system with a scope of oceanic widely varied vegetation found in and around its saline waters. Winged animals :- The Chilka Lake offers the biggest social affair of transitory feathered creatures in the nation. No big surprise, it was announced one of the six wetlands of worldwide significance at the Ramsar Convention on Migratory Species of Arctic and Central Asian Waterfowl. The lake and its islands abound with settling flying creatures like white bellied ocean birds, ospreys, brilliant plover, sand flautists, pelicans, shovellers, gulls, flamingos… and so forth., which originate from to the extent Central Asia what's more, Siberia. The Nalabana Island that spreads around 16 sq km was announced a winged creature haven. Its center range (around 9 sq km) draws in around 400,000 waterfowls of various species.

DAY-05 :- Drive to Rayagada going to Taptapani Hot Spring and Jirang Tibetan settlement and Monastry. ON-Muniguda.

The high temp water from the regular spring of Taptapani are credited with therapeutic properties and can be washed in at the lake made beside the hot spring. The hot spring is arranged at the eastern incline of the eastern ghat at a peak of the slope inside the rich green woodland having wide scope of widely varied vegetation. Padma Sambhav mahabihar, Jirang is Tibetan Buddhist cloister, named after Acharya Padma Sambhav, is from antiquated Odisha and spread Buddhist religion to Tibet, in Seventh century. Jirang is referred to as smaller than normal Tibet as in 1963, around 600 Tibetans family traveled to Chandragiri which is a rich valley in eastern Ghats, after Chinese intrusion in 1959 alongside Dalai Lama. So one can discover Tibetan culture there. Jirang religious community Is developed between 2003 to 2008. Craftsman from Tibet, Nepal and Bhutan partake in it. It is spread in 10 sections of land and 70 feet high with a Buddha statue of 17 feet, initiated by Dalai Lama in January 2010. There is an expansive statue of Acharya Padma Sambhav at left half of Lord Buddha and Buddhist icon Avalokiteswar at the right side. On the dividers there are numerous religious canvases of Buddhism. Around 350 Buddhist priests has a place with all age gather are living in the religious community. The religious community is situated close to a slope which resembles a resting elephant. As per the priests it is the image of learning or you can state the religious community is assembled where the specific sign is available. The religious community is encompassed by many slopes and brimming with greenery and peace with numerous Tibetans families living close cloister from mid 60's in Five distinct towns.

INSTEAD OF THE ABOVE, THE BELOW CAN BE POSSIBLE.

Drive to Rayagada going to Taptapani Hot Spring and Lanjia Saora Tribes in their towns at Puttasingh. ON-Muniguda.

Lanjia Saora Tribes

LANJIA SAORA :- Saora and Shavar are a similar Tribe in Orissa.They are a standout amongst the most established Tribe in Orissa as their Name is additionally found in Hindu blessed book Ramayan. This perticular gathering is marginally not quite the same as the other Saora or Shavar. The men of this Group wear a loin material of an extremely long one wrapped around the midsection and the either end of the fabric hold tight the front and the back of the individual like a trail. Since localy the Tail is called as 'Lanj', this perticular Group is called as 'Lanjia Saora', the Saora with a tail. Ladies customarily wear a little fabric weaven by them selves around the midriff and a pullover on the best part. They likewise put some roundabout Tatoos on the face. They put a few level silver rings on the upper piece of the Ear and a round level huge wood plate in the lower some portion of the Ear. Their homes in the towns in many lines and each column having just couple of houses. Additionally their homes having a high Platform. This is the main Group who has its own Famous Painting on the Wall about their Ancesteres, which is called as 'Anital'. Presently a days that artwork is extremely well known among the Professional painters and they paint the same as the image of Orissan Tribes. Like the other Tribe this perticular Group is confronting an awesome peril under impact of Christian Conversion. Just the Older Generation keeping their convention and the more youthful Generation has totally changed their way of life following the cutting edge Civilisation. May be it will take an additional 10 years and this Group will turned out to be just the History in Books.

DAY-06-TUE :- Excurssion to see Tatoo confronted Kondh Tribes, in their towns and Market. Once acclaimed for Human Sacrifice.ON-Muniguda.

KONDH (KUTIA-TATOO FACED) :- This gathering is a piece of the real Tribe 'Kondh' and they are isolated into 3 bunches as Desia Kondh, Dongaria Kondh and Kutia Kondh. Kutia Kondh's normaly found in a perticular Hill region called Belghar. Desia Kondh gathering having the biggest Population among the Kondh. Yet, Desia Kondh isolated into few little gatherings according to their Ornamental Decoration and their way of life. This perticular amass goes under Desia Kondh Group and found in just at Baliguda range of Kandhamal area. The whole Kondh tribe irespective of any Group talks just 2 distinctive dialects called Kui or Kuvi and this perticular Group talks dialect Kui. This Group has similar capacities like the entire Kondh Group. According to the Fancy improvement the ladies of this Group put around 15 to 18 little ear rings of silver, alongside their nose rings. They additionally put tatoos on the whole face. Since of the Tatoos on the face this Group is normaly called as 'Kutia Kondh' among the Kondh Tribe. In the past as the piece of the Kondh Tribe they were well known for the 'Meria Sacrifice'(Human Sacrifice) for the better Crop by the Earth Goddess. Their homes are scattered in the town and customarily worked with Wood Plates. Since they are living in profound timberland, they utilize part of huge wood logs for their home development and fencing. Presently days this perticular Group changing their way of life affected by transformation to 'Christianity'.

DAY-07-WED :- Visit Chatikona Market for Dongaria Kondh. Last drive to Chandoori Sai going by Paroja Tribal Villages. ON-Gaudguda.

DONGARIA KONDH :- This is the other vital gatherings of Kondh. Populace is about Some 6000 or more as it were. They live on Niyamgiri slopes close Rayagada extending 1500 to 4000 ft. This gathering live on profound Forest on slopes which is called as Dongar and that is the reason they are called as Dongaria. Both Male and Female embellish them with parcel of Ornament. Male and Female both utilize clips, nose and ear rings. Male utilize arm ornament and Female utilize bangles, rings on finger and toes. Female likewise wear ancklets. Female keep one little knief settled in the fasteners which push them to gather organic products from the woodland. Comparable, yet minimal greater knief is continued hanging around the midsection of the Males. Develop part of Fruits and Vegetables on the slopes such as Mango, Jack organic product, Pine apple, Tamarind, Pumpkin and Brinjal ect. They gather those and comes to weekely advertise for offering and bying their required things. Beverages alcohol of Saga Palm and Date Palm squeeze alongside mahua, rice and Millet made liquor. As they additionally develop a great deal of Tobacco and they are use to smoke the same. In the past they were exceptionally acclaimed for the "Meria Sacrifice" (Human Sacrifice) for the better Crop Evry year. Presently days they are Sacrificing Wild ox, Goat, Fowl and Peason. Since they are one of the littlest and most primitive Group they are being secured by Govt.

DAY-08-THU :- Visit Onukadeli Weekly Market for BONDA (most primitive) & GADABA Tribes. ON-Gaudguda.

BONDA :- Bondas are thought to be the Most primitive tribe among every one of the Tribes. They live on Bonda slopes of Eastern Ghats Mountains Ranging least from 3000 ft over the Sea Level. Talks their own and diverse dialect from others called 'Remo'. Their Population around 4000, living in around 36 towns. Ladies are Continuously perfect shaved head Covered with dabs. Wears ear ring and many metal (Aluminum and Brass) neckles. As they are top less, they cover bosom with long globule Neckles hang down till the maritime and underneath. Just wears a little material about 2ft long/10inch width, fabric around the midsection, which is weaved independent from anyone else utilizing the fiber from a tree and they bite the dust them with regular hues. The two men and ladies are attached to drinking liquor of Sagapalm and Date palm Juice and Mahua, Rice and Millet made. They are forceful in nature. Bonda Girls wed more youthful young men to them, who can procure and bolster them, When they get Old. They walk least 15kms to achieve the week by week advertise. Despite everything they rely upon "Bargain framework". They are famously called as 'necked individuals of India'. Additionally these individuals are known as the most Primitive Tribe among all the tribes of India GADABA :- Having a bigger populace, however they are additionally considered as primitive. Talks their diverse dialect "Gutab". Live relatively compliment lands. Depends on horticulture. Alongside agribusiness gathering from backwoods and incidental chasing is winning among them. Despite the fact that they are devided into 5 gatherings, yet they are for the most part known as 2 bunches called Bada and Sano Gadaba. Bada Gadabas living on high grounds and slopes where as Sano Gadabas live in level and swamps. Ladies weave their fabric from the fiber of the tree. According to the name of the fiber the material is likewise called as 'Kerang'. Amid the move ladies wear 2 bits of a similar fabric. They are dependent both to Alcohol and Tobacco pipe smoking. Exceptionally well known for their Dance "Demsa" and melody. They form their own particular tunes befitting diverse events. Just ladies move and men play musics. Bada Gadaba ladies generally wear 2 major metal neckles each around 1 and half to 2kg in hold up.

DAY-09-FRI :- Visit Kunduli Market and Latter to Vishakhapatnam (OR) Nuagaon and Nagarnar Tribal Market and Latter to Jagadalpur.

PAROJA :- This gathering is a greater gathering contrast with the other Tribal gatherings. Their name 'Paroja' accepted to be gotten from the Odia dialect 'Praja' implies average citizens. In spite of the fact that they are for the most part devided into 4 gatherings, extensively they are referred to into 2 gatherings, for example, Bada Paroja and Sana Paroja. The Bada Parojas take after more Hindu convention and in this way they don't eat Cow or, on the other hand Buffalo, where as the Sana Parojas eat both the creatures. The ladies of this Tribe dress and finish them perfectly. Utilize vivid however little sarees putting a bunch on the correct shoulder, wear nose rings with red stone settled on it,ear rings, clips and bangles. Neckles and Bangles are made of silver and most different Ornaments are made of Brass. Presently days a few people wear additionally gold Ornaments. Comparative like Gadabas they have horticulture, gathering from woods and chasing is the primary occupation. They have part of celebrations and some of them are from Hindu convention. Move and tune is the real piece of their religious and social functions. They moreover have their own particular diverse dialect called 'Parji'.

* ON THIS DAY (DAY-09), ONE CAN END HIS TOUR & DRIVE TO VISHAKHAPATNAM, SAME DAY EVENING OR NEXT DAY, CAN TAKE HIS FLIGHT / TRAIN TO THE OTHER DESTINATION HE WANTS.

** ONE CAN STAY HERE 2 / 3 NIGHTS MORE TO SEE THE DETAIL LIFE STYLE OF DIFFERENT TRIBES IN THEIR VILLAGES & ALSO DANCES. TREACKING IS ANOTHER BEST WAY TO SEE THOSE IN MORE DETAIL.

*** MOSTLY THE PEOPLE STAYS IN HOTELS AT RAYAGADA & JEYPORE IN TRIBAL AREA, BUT WE PREFER TO STAY AT ‘NEW HOPE’, MUNIGUDA & ‘CHANDOORI SAI’, GAUDAGUDA. THESE 2 PLACES HAVE VERY LIMITED ROOMS, BUT THIS GIVES YOU THE REAL TRIBAL EXPERINCE AS BOTH THE PLACES INSIDE OR NEAR THE TRIBAL VILLAGES FAR AWAY FROM THE MODERN, RUSH & NOISY HOTELS.

**** IF YOU CONTINUE THEN THE PROGRAM GOES FOR FEW MORE DAYS. OPTION FOR MANY MORE DAYS TO CONTINUE IS THERE.

DAY-10-SAT :- Visit Bison Horn Maria Tribe village, Market & Chitrakote. DANCE POSSIBLE. ON-Jagadalpur.

Bison Horn Maria Tribe village

Buffalo HORN MARIA :- Bison Horn Maria for the most part found in Chhattisgarh's Bastar locale, they are a noteworthy sub-station of the tribal group called Gond. Their contemplative person nature makes them live in disconnection in the insides of thick woodland zones of these states. This tribal group of Chhattisgarh determined their name from their novel custom of wearing an unmistakable crown, which looks like the horns of a wild buffalo. They by and large wear that hood amid marriage moves or different services. The aggregate populace of Bison Horn was 10,100. Most the individuals from this group of Bison Horn take after the conventions and traditions of the Hindu religion. Other than loving the earth goddess Danteshwari for their maintenance, Bison Horn Marias venerate spirits and non-human items. Their religious conviction is a blend of Hinduism with animistic convictions. They love differed divine beings. Aside from being identified with each other, these Clan Gods are evidently regional. They even confidence in resurrection. The Bison Horn Maria men have an unmistakable hairdo of long braid. Other than that, they convey a tobacco box and an uncommon sort of brush. This brush stays connected to their loincloth. Ladies of Bison Horn tribal gathering for the most part dress in white skirts. They even utilize changed gems for embellishment. Those hats are set on an edge of bamboo and improved with plumes of peacock or chicken and hanging cowry shell strings. Such a crown is passed on from one age to another.

CHITRAKOTE :- The Naegra of India. Exceptionally renowned from the Hindu Epic Ramayan, where Rama,Sita and Laxman invest their energy in the Forest.

DAY-11-SUN :- Visit Narayanpur, Best & the biggest Tribal Market in India. Market having the biggest Cock Fight Centre. ON-Kanker. NARAYANPUR MARKET :- THE BIGGEST & THE MOST COLOURFUL MARKET. FAMOUS FOR COCK FIGHT.

Also possible to see Colorfully decorated Muria Tribe Men.

DAY-12-MON :- Visit Kanker Area for Deer Horn Muria, Ghotul & also visit Rajpura Tribal Market to see Gond Tribe. ON-Kanker.

MURIA :- Chhattisgarh, the "rice bowl" of India is celebrated internationally for its incredible characteristic quality, Social party, storage facility of minerals and power and vast iron and steel plants. The people of Chhattisgarh is predominantly overwhelmed by tribals, of which the Muria race of natives holds a unique place. The Murias are one of one of the endless tribes that occupy Chhattisgarh. They are a conspicuous sub rank of the Gonds who overwhelm the masses of the Area. The Muria tribesmen principally dwell in the thick woods zones of Narayanpur Tehsil what's more, Kondagon Tehsil of Bastar District, the home of dominant part of the tribals. Not at all like the primitive social untouchables like the Abhuj Maria and Bison Maria tribes who live in disengagement in the detached corners of the timberlands, the Murias are further developed and progressive and live in the open in the midst of the huge moving fields and valleys. The Muria economy is prevalently agrarian. They develop rice in bounty. Some Muria tribals additionally rely on gathering backwoods items. The timberland items are not just used to make valuable items, the eatable parts are likewise devoured by the neediness ridden tribals. In the event of ailment and ailments they look for the therapeutic forces of the Mahua plant. The tribals are an exceedingly superstitious parcel who have confidence in worshiping the faction divine beings and goddesses. The Muria society is without a position framework and the general population likewise rehearse enchantment, dull expressions and wizardry. Their general public is very dynamic and in spite of the fact that Ghotul relational unions are the normal work on, dating and furthermore enjoy free sex.

DAY-13-TUE :- Drive to Raipur, 04 hours to the Airport & Drop at Airport.

TOUR ENDS.

*** INSTEAD OF ROAD SIDE HOTELS IN SMALL TOWNS OF JAGADALPUR & KANKER, IT IS ALWAYS BETTER TO STAY AT BASTAR JUNGLE RESORT AT JAGADALPUR & KANKER PALACE AT KANKER AWAY FROM POLUTION & NOISE.

MOST IMPORTANT FOR TRIBES.

* DAYS OF THE WEEK ARE IMPORTANT FOR TRIBES. SO THIS PROGRAMME IS MADE ACCORDINGLY. ON DIFFERENT WEEK DAYS, DIFFERENT TRIBES HAVE THEIR WEEKLY MARKET ON DIFFERENT AREAS. NORMALY SUNDAY IS A HOLIDAY FOR US BUT DIFFERENT TRIBES HAVE THEIR WEEKLY HOLIDAY ON THEIR DIFFERENT MARKET DAYS OF THE WEEK.

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