Vedda
Vedda may refer to:
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Gurung people
The Gurung people, also called Tamu, are an ethnic group from different parts of Nepal. Gurungs, like Sherpa, Tamang, Thakali, Magar, Manaaggi, Mustaaggi, and Walunggi, are the indigenous people of Ne...
Gurung people - Wikipedia
Chepang people
The Chepang are an indigenous Tibeto-Burman people group numbering around fifty-two thousand mainly inhabiting the rugged ridges of the Mahabharat mountain range of central Nepal. Over the past two or...
Chepang people - Wikipedia
Martial Race
Martial race was a designation created by Army officials of British India after the Indian Rebellion of 1857, where they classified each caste into one of two categories, 'martial' and 'non-martial'. ...
Martial Race - Wikipedia
Kalash language
Kalasha (also known as Kalasha-mondr) is an Indo-European language in the Indo-Aryan branch spoken by the Kalash people, further classified as a Dardic language in the Chitral group. The Kalasha langu...
Kalash language - Wikipedia
Kataragama temple
Kataragamam temple (Sinhala: කතරගම, Tamil: கதிர்காமம் Katirkāmam) in Kataragama, Sri Lanka, is a Hindu and Buddhist temple complex dedicated to Skanda-Murukan also known as Kataragama deviyo....
Kataragama temple - Wikipedia
Maring Naga
The Maring are one of the small tribal groups of Manipur State in North East India. Their name is derived from mei meaning fire and ring meaning to start or produce.The people of Maring tribe are call...
Santhal people
The Santhal (also spelled as Santal, and formerly also spelt as Sontal or Sonthal) are a scheduled tribe of India, who live mainly in the states of Jharkhand, West Bengal, Bihar, Odisha, and Assam. Th...
Santhal people - Wikipedia
Jhabel
The Jhabel are a Seraiki tribe, found in the province of Punjab. .
The Jhabel are essentially a tribe of fishermen and boatmen, found in the southern districts of Punjab, mainly along the banks of...
Zou language
Zo (literally "of the hills"), or Zomi, is a Northern Kukish language originating in northwestern Burma and spoken also in Manipur in northeastern India, where the name is spelled Zou. The name Zo/Zom...
Zou language - Wikipedia
Thangal Naga
Thangals are one of the indigenous Naga tribes restricted to the Senapati district of the state of Manipur in the North-east India. Presently there are 13 Thangal Villages. They are found in eleven hi...
Newa people
The Newar people or Newars (/nɪˈwɑrz/; Nepal Bhasa: नेवार) are the indigenous people of the Kathmandu Valley and its surrounding areas in Nepal and the creators of its historic civilization.The va...
Newa people - Wikipedia
Great Andamanese people
Great Andamanese (Hindi: अण्डमानी Aṇḍamānī in Hindi) is a collective term used to refer to related indigenous peoples who lived throughout most of the Great Andaman archipelago, the main group of ...
Great Andamanese people - Wikipedia
Soliga tribe
Soliga, also spelled Sholaga and Shōlaga, is an ethnic group of India. Its members inhabit the Biligirirangan Hills and associated ranges in southern Karnataka, mostly in the Chamarajanagar and Erode ...
Soliga tribe - Wikipedia
Sarania kachari
The Sarania Kachari is one of a major tribal community in Assam and are also found in other states of Northeast India. People are predominantly inhabitants of Gowalpara, Kamrup, Dhemaji, Lakhimpur, Si...
Historical definitions of races in India
Various attempts have been made, under the British Raj and since, to classify the population of India according to a racial typology. After the independence, in pursuance of the Government's policy t...
Historical definitions of races in India - Wikipedia
Kande Yakka
Kande Yaka translated as spirit of the mountain or rock in English is a popular spirit invoked during religious rituals of the indigenous Vedda people of Sri Lanka.
Sentinelese people
The Sentinelese (also Sentineli, Senteneli, Sentenelese, North Sentinel Islanders) are an indigenous people of the Andaman Islands, in the Bay of Bengal. They inhabit North Sentinel Island, which lies...
David Vumlallian Zou
David Vumlallian Zou (born January 25, 1977) is an historian of modern South Asia with special interest in north-east India. His research interests reflect an interdisciplinary orientation that includ...
Pucikwar people
The Pucikwar were one of the indigenous peoples of the Andaman Islands, one of the ten or so Great Andamanese tribes identified by British colonials in the 1860s. They spoke a distinctive Pucikwar la...
Kirati people
The Kirat or Kirati or Kiranti or Kirant people are indigenous ethnic groups of the Himalayas extending eastward from Nepal into India, Bangladesh, Burma and beyond.They migrated to their present loca...
Kirati people - Wikipedia
Maldhari
Maldharis are nomadic tribal herdsmen who live in the Gujarat state of India. The literal meaning of Maldhari is "owner of animal stock".They are notable as the traditional dairymen of the region, and...
Ram Kinker Baij
Ramkinkar Baij (Bengali: রামকিঙ্কর বেইজ) (26 May 1906 – 2 August 1980) was an Indian sculptor and painter, one of the pioneers of modern Indian sculpture and a key figure of Contextual Modernism....
Layap
The Layap (Dzongkha: ལ་ཡཔ་) are an indigenous people inhabiting the high mountains of northwest Bhutan in the village of Laya, in the Gasa District, at an altitude of 3,850 metres (12,630 ft), ju...
Magars
The Magars are among the oldest ethnic people in Nepal. Their ancestral homeland in Nepal extends from the western and the southern edges of the Dhaulagiri range of the Himalayas to the Mahabharat foo...
Magars - Wikipedia
Vasava
The Vasava are a clan of the Bhil ethnic community found in the states of Gujarat, Maharashtra and Rajasthan in India. They have scheduled tribe status. In Rajasthan, they are also known as Vasave.