10 Lines On Adivasi In English For Students

  1. The term “Adivasi” refers to all tribes in the Indian subcontinent.
  2. In the regions of India where they reside, they are regarded as indigenous.
  3. Ethnic minorities like the Chakmas in Bangladesh, Tharus in Nepal, and Vedda in Sri Lanka are also referred to by this title.
  4. The Adivasi make up about 8% of the population of India.
  5. There are more than 500 distinct Adivasi communities in India, indicating that the Adivasi population is not uniform.
  6. They make up a sizable portion of India’s minority population, accounting for 8.6% of the country’s total population, or 104 million people, as per the 2011 Census. 
  7. Andhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, and other states are particularly notable for their Adivasi societies.
  8. The phrase “Adivasi,” which means “the oldest inhabitants,” is taken from Sanskrit.
  9. They are currently dispersed throughout the Indian subcontinent in Bangladesh, India, Nepal, and the Andaman Islands.
  10. In our country, rural areas are home to around 90% of the Adivasi population.