Historians have mentioned a country called Sabarai which is generally held to be identical with the region inhabited by the Savaras. Some historians have identified the Sabarai with Suari, and has further identified both with the aboriginal Savaras or Suars, a wild race who lived in the woods and jungles without any fixed habitations, and whose country extended as far southward as the Pennar River. These Savaras or Suars are only a single branch of a widely spread race found in large numbers to the south-west of Gwalior and Marwar and south Rajputana where they are known as Surrius.
The Ramayana story of the Savara women who were deeply attached to Ramachandra also seems to indicate that the Savaris were a wild tribe inhabiting the forest regions of the south.
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