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Social How and why were adivasis cut off from non-tribal society in Vedic India?What effects did this have in tribal society?
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Yogita Ingle 5 months, 2 weeks ago

The Vedic period in India was dominated the Aryans who laid down several rules and regulations that governed socio economic lives of the people. These rules, as prescribed by the Brahmanas, were accepted by the rulers of large kingdoms as well as common people who were practicing cultivation. Besides this, there were innumerable groups of people who lived in deep forests and practiced hunting and fishing. They did not follow the social rules and rituals prescribed by the Brahmanas. Since they did not live a settled life, rejected both the caste system and orthodox Hinduism and lived in deep forests, they were cut off from non-tribal societies.

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