(Last Updated on : 27/10/2014)
From the perspective of the whole of the Rayagada district it can be said that tribal communities are quite predominant here and thus comprises of 57.5% of the total population. The typography of the district was such that the tribal people could easily retain their original tradition and ethnicity and live lives on their own whims and desires. Kondha tribe is quite significant and stands apart amongst other tribal community people. In the city of Rayagada the Kondha tribes are widely found. They are also concentrated in other parts of the district like Kashipur, Kalyansinghpur, Bissamcuttack and Muniguda.
Thus Kondha , a popular name amongst the tribes of Rayagada have shown distinct features and characteristics. They belong to Proto-Australoid racial group and are known for their practice of human sacrifice during British era. They follow a distinctive language, namely Kui. No written script was found. They are pure land dwellers and have proved highly adapted to lush greenery of forest region. With passage of time, these tribes of Rayagada have seen development. Thus progress in various fields like education, irrigational opportunities, plantation facilities, advancement in medicinal field also have touched their lives as well.
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