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Tribal Places of india
The large number of tribes in India is one reason that makes it one of the most desirable places for tourists to visit. The tribal population consists of about eight percent of the nation's total population. The tribes of India are still very superstitious and strict followers of their traditions and customs. Every midget detail in the lives of these people including the customs, culture and food habits show a glimpse of their traditions and culture. A tour to the tribal places of India will help you understand the unique traditions and customs followed by the tribal people since time immemorial. The North Eastern part of India has many tribes including the Nagas, Khasis, Jaintias, Mizos, Boros, and Cacharis, which are known for their traditional songs and dances. Santhals and the tribal folks of Bastar can be found in the central part of India, while the south India is home to the tribes such as the Todas, known for their hand woven clothing.

Tour peaceful gompas in Sikkim; experience breathtaking Meghalaya splendor and be enamored with tribal traditions of Mizoram and Tripura with North East Tribal Tourism packages.

Visit an astonishingly green land sprawled on the foothills of Eastern Himalayas with North East India Tribal Tourism packages and relax with an open heart devoid of all cares.

Destinations in North East India are ideal for adventure sports like para gliding, river rafting, mountain climbing, trekking and hand gliding. Set out on adventure treks to tribal areas in Manipur, Tripura, Nagaland and Shillong and be enamored with the profusion of color that greets you.

Watch tribal dancers perform to the beat of percussion instruments with green hills in the backdrop and experience a thrill that is beyond description. Participate in fun rituals of the Chapchar Kut festival of Mizoram and watch Cheraw dancers in action; enjoy the enigmatic yet captivating festive traditions of Lotha, Angami, Sema and Rengma Naga tribal communities with North East Tribal Tourism packages.

Given an opportunity, you must be a part of the Wangama tribal festival that infuses a new life into the luxuriant Garo Hills in Meghalaya as entire hills reverberate with more than 100 drums beating in perfect rhythm at a time. The Nongkrem Dance performed by Khasis is yet another brilliant North East Tribal Tourism attraction while on a tour of paradisiacal Shillong, India

So while traveling India, you can visit Central India where the tribes are present in states like Chattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh and Jharkhand. Cultural & Tribal Tourism in India is also pretty developed in the northeastern states of India that include the tribes of Assam, Tripura, Meghayala, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Sikkim, Manipur and Mizoram. Each of the tribes of these states have their own culture and tradition which varies widely according to the tribes. The tribes have their own beliefs, festivals and lifestyles which will make your Cultural & Tribal Tourism in India a most memorable one. If you want to get the real flavor of rural India the Cultural & Tribal Tourism in India is the ideal tour for you. There are also many local tribes based at Rajasthan and Gujarat.

The Indian Society is not as simple as it looks from the outside. India has a large number of tribal people who still belong to a social set-up, of which very little is known. These tribes who stay in different parts of the country are still to come out of their traditional way of life and join the mainstream. Not-with-standing this apparent aloofness, these tribes are very much a part of Indian society. Having a culture and tradition that is distinctly different from others, the tribals still occupy the yet to be discovered horizons.

Modern India has many indigenous tribes that even today retain their primitive customs and their lives are directly associated with their natural surroundings. The tribals in India, are the pro-environmental communities who are fighting to protect rivers, lands and forest that make for their livelihood. The congruity that exist between local tribals and Nature only helps in making tribal territories full of exotic bio-diversities.

In the western part of the country, in Rajasthan and Gujarat you can witness a way of life that is colorful, while in South India, the skillful craftsmanship of Todas of Nilgiri Hills will fascinate you. Their pastoral way of life clearly brings out the beauty in simplicity. In Central India, in the picturesque Jharkhand, you will get to see the Santhals and the tribals of Bastar. The Santhals are one of the oldest tribals living in India. Again, the north-eastern tribes of India are known for their traditional songs and dances, their colorful handmade clothing and intricately woven bamboo handicrafts.

There are often more to be seen than what meet the eyes. The tribal society is always a thing of great interest. With a well chalked out tour to any of these places you will be able to explore the roots of a multicultural and multilingual India, where unity in diversity is the essence of national spirit.