The Nihali have lived in a symbiotic but socially inferior relationship with the Korku people. They are bilingual in Korku, with Nihali spoken to prevent the Korku from understanding them.
The history of Nihalis reveals a massacre that was organized by one of the rulers in the area in the early nineteenth century. Since then, Nihali group has come down in size. The group has been multilingual and uses Nihali as a secret language which is not revealed to outsiders.
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