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Tripura, the land of History and Legends


Apart from the Native people of Tripura there are some minority Immigrant tribes who were in Tripura since centuries. They are Santal, Munda, Orang etc. They were brought in Tripura during the time of monarchy by Tea plantation traders for the tea plantation, from Bihar as labourer. Some were brought for the purpose of brick kiln factory, by various factory owners.

They belong to Austro-Asiatic race, branch of the great Austric race. They are very industrious, hard working, honest, sincere, and simple. They have very rich cultural heritages. There are many folk dances, folk songs, folk tales which have been incorporated in main stream Indian mythology.

It is claimed that the Ramayana’s story were basically Austro-Asiatic peoples story. But later it had been modified to suite the majority and changed in to modern days Ramayana.

These groups of people had contributed the diverse cultural sphere of Tripura. But they have not been given due attention to uplift their economic, educational and cultural aspect. As a result they are let to live mostly below poverty line, educationally back ward, and culturally left to lurch behind other group of people.

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