Odisha Tribes (orissa) has a diverse range of tribals, with over sixty representing 24% of the state’s total population. These tribes live mainly in the Japanese gorge hills that run north-south. More than half of their population is concentrated in the 3 districts of Koraput (divided), Sundergarh, and Mayurbhanj Although the social group economy is volatile, the social group culture, in its stable state, is rich and varied, and Adivasis work tirelessly to preserve it. A social group village manages its internal affairs very smoothly through 2 institutions – the Elder Village Council and the Youth Hostel. The core of social group culture, the youth dormitory, is the largest hut in the village It has only 3 walls, richly decorated with symbols representing animals The fourth dimension is open The youth of the village live in the dormitory at night, However, before and after a hard day’s work, people gather here to talk and relax The council of elders also meet here and discuss matters related to the welfare of the village.
People of Odisha (Odisha) social groups celebrate a festival Some categories measure closed cases, births, or deaths in respect of family or a female lineage get lifetime Others are concerned with sowing or harvesting and involve whole communities Essentially a competition is a permanently aged wine; Enjoy a game roast and an evening of song and dance in the spar The subsistence economy of the tribal people here depends on food gathering, foraging, and fishing, so the forest revolves around them. Even large tribes such as the Santals, Mundas, Orams, and Gonds settled on agriculturalists, usually supplementing their economy with exploration and gathering. When farming, they create a truly straightforward technology and a simple division of labor usually limited to the immediate family However, their holdings tend to be small and unproductive, lacking irrigation facilities due to a rugged and uncultivated parcel.