Travel Photography From The Tribal Land of Chhattisgarh
Chhattisgarh, The beautiful land of tribes and rice is also known as one of the major steel iron industry in India.
It has been home to many races and tribes such as Gonds, Khariya, Kamar, Baiga, Korwa, Birhor and Abujhmaria.
The village house of India are much more beautiful and has a attractive lifestyle. The huts of tribes called as Ghotul, made by bamboo sticks and surrounded by earthen or wooden walls
Chhattisgarh is known as the rise bowl of India, as it has tremendous agricultural potential with a diversity of soil and grows many types of rices.
Chhattisgarh has one of highest shares of Scheduled Tribe population within a state and poverty in the state is very high but is better than neighbour states.
Chhattisgarh has the third largest area under forest cover after Madhya Pradesh and Arunachal. Important tree species are bamboo, Mahua, Achar, Amaltas, Amla, jamun and Tendu.
Tribal men and women of Chattisgarh wear traditional folk ornaments made out of beads, which seems quite interesting.
The numerous rivers and their tributaries make the land of Chhattisgarh blessed with fertile plains because of its natural drainage system.
Chhattisgarh people and tribes are still believe in superstition, they branding woman as a witch and belief of practice of witchcraft.