The Khonds belonged to
British officials saw these settled tribal groups as more civilised than huntergatherers
Vaishnav preachers were the worshippers of
Kusum and palash flowers were used to
The Gaddis of Kulu were
The traders and moneylenders never deceived the tribal people.
The silk growers earned huge amount of wealth and therefore enjoyed a happy life.
Many tribal groups did not like the colonial forest laws and therefore revolted.
The jhum cultivators in north-east India stopped their traditional practice.
The tribal Chiefs lost their authority under the British rule.