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Tribes at Brahmaputra and related neighbors: journey ...
With the Mechis des Terai (forest thicket), the Cooches border Tista (with Cooch Behar), and the Murmis or Niche (next to Kiratas or Kichak) come from Tibet. Between Goalpara (in Assam) and Miganj (in Morang) there are the tribes of Kocch, Bodo, Dhimal, Rabha, Hajong, Kudi, Batar or Bor, Kebrat, Pallah, Gangai, Maraha and Dhanuk.
The (Kolar) language of the Munda (with Bhumij, Santal, Ho etc.) is (according to Dalton) to be regarded as the indigenous (from Bihar and Bengal), alongside the Dravidian dialects of the Rajmahali, Oraon (Gondhs, Kandhs), while dialects of the Hindi are spoken by Mar, Kaurs, Nagbansis, Boyar, Bhuiher, Kisan or Nagesar, Parheyas, Cheros (to which, as rulers of the Kol, the monuments in Bibar are attributed) and Kharwar, as well as those (Viras or idolized heroic spirits of the ancestors ) Bhuiyas. The Bhumij or Chuar persecuted (as Vajra Bhumi) the Tirthankara Vira (the Jainas). The name of the Kolh (or Kolarian) is derived from Kolaria, as the name of India, as among the sons of Turvasu, who was enfeoffed by his father Yayati with the south of his empire, Kola in division with his brothers (Pandya, Kerala, Chola) the northern landscapes received. Korea or Kolia denotes the country of the Korwas or Kol and Kurako (man) derives from Kur or Kura (boy). Like the Ho and Santal, the MundaKolh refer to themselves as Horo or people (Manoa or people). As Sud (Sudh or Sudra) or Sudhan (sud, to purify) as Diku) the Brahmins, Rajputs, Goalas, Kurmis, Kahar etc. differ from the natives as Kol (common or impure) or Chuar (robber), as Dasyus or Mlechhas).
By connecting the Rajputs with the Gonds, the rulers of the Raj Gonds were formed in Deogush, Jalalpur (Mandhla and Garha) and Kherla. The Naik or Dero was (Dhurwe Gonds) in Bamanghati served the princes of the Gonds as soldiers. The name Kandh (like the Gond) is derived from the Kandas (hills). The Abbaye (Patriarch 1)) of the village or tribe
1) The Peshdadian dynasty leads as Paradhata (see Haug) to the Purohita (in priestly kingship). The king was ordained by priestly anointing (by Samuel). Judas Maccabaeus was elected high priest and general. In the Atharva-Veda, the kschatrya are threatened with curses when they take away the cow from the Brahmins (and Vasishtha's cow avenged its robbery on Visvamitra). The Gibeonites (since Joshua) belonged to the Netinim or Temple Caves. Joseph called Caiaphas (rock) was appointed high priest by Valerius Gratus (except for Vitellius, successor of Pilate), and Caiaphas functioned as the son-in-law of Annas (high priest). If the vow word Korban is twisted (in order to sanctify an offering for God) by substituting Konam or Konach, the vow has to apply (after Michna). With Amos the awakening of Nasiraer and her work appears as a benefit for the community (see Dillmann). The Talapoins, because they make the land happy through holiness, are to be nourished through public charity. The psalms. as the great hallel (of the Jews) was sung at the Passover celebration (see Augusti). Euripides took the model of his choral songs from Callias' recitations of women when they were spelling (see Athens). According to the Phrygians, the deity sleeping in winter wakes up in summer (see Plut.). When quiescing the Hallelujah, the decision is made in consultation with the assemblies (among the Khond). With the Gond, especially the cousin is chosen as a wife (see Forsyth).
The Carambar, Irular, Puliar, Veder a. s. w. belong to the Maleasur of the Hills. The Beder (Veda 1) are to be found in Mysore. Kallor referred to robbers in the Canary Islands. The natives between Mirzapore and Jubbulpore are called Coles or Koli, as with Simla the lower folk.
Jowang in Keunjhar, Malhars in Dhenkanal, Patoas; Yanadis, Yerakalas, Chentsus (south of the Kistna); Malayalies near Salem; Mulcers, Kaders (in Coimbatore, Malabar, Canara); Khonds, Sowsras, Mali, Malhars (in Ganjam); Badagher, Todas, Irulars, Kotars (in the Nilgiri); Villi, Yenadi; Bajanti-Korawa, Tiling-Korawa, Gohur, Bhowrie, Taremook, Bhatoo, Muddikpor, Cooroo as migrant tribes.
Under the Waddar (near Bombay) are the robber tribes?) (Sanki
(since Alex. II.) a death office was sung (see Wernsdorf). After Polyd. Forg. Hallelujah served to shout war (like Allah), as anglicum (see Anselm. Cant.) Or angel word, coming from heaven (Alandovín). Purasp Ashdahak was ruled over his people not so much by bravery as by wealth and skill, under the subordination of the Nebruth (see Mos. Chor.). In Egypt the royal dignity was bestowed on merit (see Diod.). How the essentially characteristic feature of the pessimistic world view or pessimism is to be seen that in development for the better it never abandons a life, a development that does not allow the living content of being to go, which is therefore a continuous relationship of life in the world process represents, denies, the other way round, this conviction of a progression in the inner world movement to a higher, more perfect life-content is to be regarded as a characteristic feature of the optimistic world view or optimism (see Duboc). Jacobus prayed on his knees in the saint for the conversion of the people (after Hegesippus). The kapporeth in the Holy of Holies served as the image of God's throne. When Ignatiev first met the Chukchi (on the journey from the Kolyma), the Russians were in silent trade (1646). A Japanese ship (sailing to Kamchatka for metallic earth for pottery) was shipwrecked in the Bay of Awatchka (1733). Hemachandra gives yavaneshta or the beloved of the "Yavanas" for lead (taken away from India), as well as for garlic (the Phoenicians). De Soto found giant carved figures at the temple of Talomeco. Kopai, chief of the Schelagin, paid tribute (in Willegin’s time). The Amazons ruled Alion (after Mkhithar) [Ilion in battle]. Major est difficultas locorum recte constituendorum, quae intra castra et Trojam interjacebant (see Heyne). Sigal urbs, ubi regia Sacarum propeque Alexandria urbs et non procul Alexandriapolis urbs (Isidorus). The Yona king Milinda (Menander) ruled in Sagal (born in Kalasi in Alasadda or Alexandria). Alasadda is the capital of the Yona land (in Mahavamsa).
1) In the Hindus of Cochin, the Malayala Sudras and the Eloovars are included. Elu is sacred language in Ceylop.
2) The Kal-Korwah or Rakai-Kari (in Meywar) laid out (as robbers) the land for each leader in his allegiance, being that in which alone, according to the laws and restrictions on this subject, he is allowed to practice dacoitee (see Harvey). The women of Haggal Kaikya Korwa Kaikari steal (near Bombay), thieving by day inregular bands under their respective Jemadarnis or female leaders. The Bhauri (or Bhugri Kilanewala, exhibit huge spinning tops, Bhauras or Bhugra, during the revolutions of which, they observe a profound silence, as though absorbed in the performance (near Bombay). The Mul dasar stand with bare feet on thorns and prickle the body is bloody in order to collect money for the performances (near Bombay). Besides Goraknath the goddess Waddar and Man Waddar) are differentiated. The Lambani or Brinjari (with dressed women, their rings or wooden discs on their arms) rob walls
Satwai worshiped by the Balsantosh. The Bagdi wandering with the Mehtar worship Mhasoba. The Beldar (in bigamy) worship Venkoba. The Dombari worship Yelloba and Yelluma. The Dowsi Gosavi (stealing harvests) worship Nath-deo (near Bombay). The Gurawa are pujaris or priests, of the temples of Shiva and Maroti or Hanuman (in Bombay). The Jangam are priests of the Lingajat (with Pancham-vani, Bangar-vani, Tilali-vani and Gulvi-vani). The Bhat Rajpoot and Bhat-Kunbis are kavis or poets (for festivities). The Bairagi in Bombay) worship the Saligram. The Gopal (begging) adore Bausdeo (near Bombay). · The Ghisari worship Jotiba. The Gole worship Venkoba and Yelluma. The Gati Chori worship Yelluma. The Kaikadi (near Kholepore) worship the earth-erected grave for three days. The Katari Sutar (showing puppet shows) worship Kam and Vithoba. The Mahrathi Nath are treasure hunters. The Nad Lakschmi Walli give performances, whipping their backs with whips. The Nandi Baili Walli worship Venktesh. The Pichati worship the goddesses Ambabad and Satwai. The Simpi (the Dang) form the Karbhari or officials of the Bheel chiefs. Die Nhavi Gangatirkar (near Bombay) shave the head, the upper lip and other parts of the body (at eclipses of the sun, the death of parents, the Agnihotra sacrifice and on occasion of penances) at Nasik (and other sacred spots). The Rajguru teach the sons of the chiefs the art of fencing (near Bombay). The Gosain, named in the exterior of the Tin-nami (three women), strangling travelers, Tinnami (among the Gand Bigari) bury the murdered in round holes (like the Thug in oblong holes). The women of the Khatlur (near Bombay) are tattooed as pacha. The Dakkalwar, as basket maker and ler, have the same old established village haqqs or rights from the Mangs (near Bombay). The Panchputra beg from joiners, blacksmiths and goldsmiths. The Sar Bhangi or Agori (as conjurers) drink from human skulls. The Pauria (the Salpura hill) pull out their ears. With the Mekah Koli (near Bombay) the women of the fishermen consecrate their glass beads (from the arm) to the sea god, and get them replaced by silver ones (in Sone Koli on the right arm) (if the fish is lucky). Waralee women wear metal rings close to their legs (on the Satpura Hills). Die Mahadeo-Kolis (am Bhaum-river) erect thargahs (tombs, commonly of a single stone) near the graves of their parents (s. Mackintosh). Thergahs with a salunka (and a pot on the head) are regarded as monuments to the Gauli, while stones sculpted as musicians are ascribed to the Garsi. The Holgah Ramusi swear by the Tulsi plant, the Purander Ramusi by the Bel tree. The Mohana (converted to Islam) (in Scinde) worship the Indus as Khwaja Khizr. The Pokarno (in Scinde) worship Maharaj, as Vishnu's Avatara. The Koli (workers or cooly) are derived from Valmiki (near Bombay). The Koli (of the Syhadri chain) drove out the Gauli, from whom the Garsis were driven out. The Kshatrya or Rajputs (in Scinde) eat meat only when killed with the sword blow called Jatko, under the formula: bol Khalsa, wah guruki fath (see Sherring). The Brahmins called Sarsadh (in Scinde) know Saraswati Siwa and his wife as singhawani (lion rider) or durga. The Lohano (among the Vaisya in Scinde) who wear the Janeo (or cord) worship (next to Vishnu or Siva) the Indus. The Sudra in Scinde wear the Janeo (cord) and Tilak (forehead mark). The Nathkaris (with "malignent spirits") practice incantations, invoke curses (dreaded by Hindus). The Thakur (near Bombay) come from Rajpoot and Koli parents. From the Mang (near Bombay) some are watchmen, others are thieves (next to Bundi and Uchli). The kschatrya (Brahma Kschatryas), expelled from Scinde by the strangers called barbarians, received their occupations (in Cutch) from the goddess Hinglaj. In the villages (near Bombay), the Mhar (the village eye, arbitrating) forms the Weskur or guardian, the Khule-weskur (keeper of the barns and the Gaow-weskur (recipient of travelers), the Atit (with pir or chiefs) ) split up into Gharbari (family men) and Mathdari (ascetics or monks) in Cutch. The Bhatia (in Cutch) act (as far as Africa). Dressed in black as Celibates in Math or monasteries, the (water-filtering) Man Bhau (with rings. The Ganti-Chor (or Uchli) are Uthai-gir or shoplifters. The Ramusi (among the Ramusi Rakhwaldar) or (hereditary) night watchmen have to find the thieves or to replace half the robbery for which they plunder elsewhere.
In addition to the earth goddess, to whom the Merah sacrifices are made, and the sun and moon, the god of boundaries, god of weapons, god of birth, god of smallpox, god of hills, god of the forest, god of rain, god of springs, God of the rivers, god of the pond, god of the village, etc. worshiped 1) (among the Khond).
Roodhpore as holy city) only Krishna in the Bhagawad Gita. The Rayakavala tribe (in Guzerut) breaks down into Nana or Nava (the little or new ones) and Motha or Juna (the great or old ones) [Juen). The Akali Khalsas or Sikh (in Scinde) only eat what is killed under the rite called Jhatka. The rule of the Jat (from Aleppo in Turkey was overthrown (in Cutch) by the Jareja, who descended from Krishna) came (after may adventures) from Arabia and Egypt to Ghazni (then fleeing to Cutch). The Khoja (in Cutch) worship in the temple called Khana. The Saraswat called Brahmins (in Cutch) are the family priest of the Kshatryas, Lohanas etc. (see Sherring). The Samejra were the slaves of the Jat (when they immigrated to Gujerat). The Kusbee (the Kasba or town, in contradistinction to rural chiefs) disintegrate into Dehela or tribes (in Gujerat). The Yerawas (from Malayalam) are slaves in the Coorg families ”. The (Marwari and Gujerati) Wani (Vaishnavas or Jainas) are strongly opposed to the destruction of life (exorbitant usurers against the “poor cultivators”).
1) Vastu-Yaga venerates the vastu-sarpa or serpent of the house (as house god) (see Pratapachandra Gosha). The monotheism of Pancharatra or Bhagavata (with Jivas or souls, as emanation of the deity) came from northern Svetadvipa (white island). Access to the altar of Durga (reborn as Ranurambha, wife of the Kashmiri king Ranadytya) was defended (in the Vindya) by bees. Kalu-Raya and Daksha-Raya (represented by trunkless mitred head) are worshiped as Kshetrapala or field-gods (with clay figures of tigers and crocodiles). According to the mandan, the earth rests on nine turtles. The Mandan worship the great spirit as Maho Peneta. The Mahror-Rajputs come from the palanquin-bearers called Kahar or Mahra, who, by courageous defense, saved the Raja of the Bais-Rajputs in Baiswara, who had been wounded in battle, and were raised to Rajputeu by him. The (arable) Khasya Rajputs (who do not wear string) are considered to be the oldest inhabitants of Kumaon or Khas-des. The Munha Rajputs (in Gujrat) are related to the Mon or Monas of Amber (Jeypore). Among the Misl (Confederationer) of the Seikh, the Phalkean are the most distinguished (related to the royal house of Pnttiala). Ruling in Oudh, the Bhar were subjugated by the Rajputs (after the Mohammedan conquests of Kanouj and Delhi). The fortresses called Bhar-dih come from the ruling Bhar of Vindhyachal (with the temple of the goddess Vindhyesvari) (with Rajbar and Asur). Kasbhawanpur or Sultanpur, the capital of the Bhar, was conquered by the Mohamedans (see Carnegy) (Assur) (when they were stunned by intoxicating potions). The Rajas of Saket, Kishtawar, Mandi and Keonthal, in the Himalaya, between Simla and Kashmir, are all Gaur Rajpoots (see Elliot). Among the Rajputs (in Panjab) who converted to Islam, the Merasees (as Pir) lead the genealogies of the princes. In the battle of Thaneshwar the Rajputs under Prithi - Raja were defeated by the Mohamedans (1193 p. D.). Die Virogia (of the sect of Prannathis) worship the Pothi or sacred writings of the sect (in Kattywar), they marry in their own tribe. Typhon (who killed Osiris with the help of the Ethiopian Queen Aso) sired (fleeing on a donkey) Hierosolymus and Judaeus (see Plut.). At the time of Edrisi, the Maharaja of Rewah (of the Baghel clan of the Rajputs) professed Buddhism (see Elliot). The Kandh (bordered by the Savara or Saura at Bastar) worship partly the god Bura, partly the earth as Tari. The sacrifice called Meriah (Toki or Keddi) (the Kandh) was bought by the Pan or Panwa, the harvest!) Because of which Tari delivered the more abundantly, the more abundant tears are shed in the torments, and after the priest the necessity Continuing sacrifice stated, it is fair for such a purpose
The Khetran tribe, which immigrated from Khorasan to Vehoweh (where the tribes Magessi and Syal were defeated), are called the Beluchen by Khathi (cultivation) and in them the trade of the surrounding tribes is concentrated (in the case of agriculture in the fertile land) Limits). The khatris are the merchants and scribes (in Punjab). As Upendra (younger brother of Mahendra), Vishnu acquires the world back from Bali in dwarf form in order to give it back to Indra (Sakra). Sivaitic figures with symbols of Buddhism can be found on the coins of the Indoskythian kings. In Vishnuism Ramananda adopted the popular dialect (with lower castes), while Anandatirtha (teaching the Dvaita strictly separated the castes. The Kurmachali brahmins (in Kumaon) are divided into Vaishnavas and Saivas. Amba or Uma is Bhava's wife. Mahesvara is found in the Inscription Valabhi (5th century pd). According to Sankya (in Sivaism Yaudapada's) Prakriti (matter) is eternal, and the soul connected to it is separated in God. The Wollo Gallas assemble early in the morning, say their prayers, take coffee and Tohad (sort of tea) and smoke tobacco (on Wednesday and Friday till after midday). They believe that they receive revelations from Allah on the Wodacha (s. Krapf) (Japan). The Egyptian kings became from the caste of priests or the warrior is taken, and in the latter case previously initiated into the priesthood (see Plut.), like the Persian among the magicians (and Brahmanic dynasties).
1) The Pawnees were wont to most of their seed corn with the blood of a woman (after Schoolcraft). The wife of a Sioux, after she has planted her corn patch, will rise in the night, strip herself naked, and walk around it, thus to impart to the grains the magic of her own fecundity (see Brinton). Like Kave (Lemminkäinen's mother), Kaba (for the Tcheremissen) or Kebe (for the Tschuvaschen) means good spirits who protect them from harm. The Vedic Haltia water spirits) do harm when fishing (according to the Finns).The neck is recognized (by the Esthens) by the fish teeth (with an open mouth). The Tschuden belong to the Lonch (Los or Loh), as guardian spirits of the Ostyaks. The holy horses (ridden by the gods at night to protect the herds) are often found sweaty in the morning (at the bureaus). The holy horse Svantovits was often found dripping with sweat from the night's battles of the god in the morning (on Rügen). The spirits (the koibals) called Aina or Asa (Yzyt) live in the earth (see Castren). When the voice of the god Perun was heard (while throwing a beating on the bridge) the citizens of Novgorod clashed with each other (see Frencel), and so Krishna's people perished (in Dvaraka). When moving into a new house, Api-doma is worshiped by the Slavs. To fight the Aina (spirit) Ai-Kyn (rising from the earth) a message is sent from the seven Kudai to the three-year-old boy. Pilumnus protects the women who have recently given birth with the sign of grain treatment against the wild forest spirit (see Klausen), like Jaga Baba (with the mortar pusher). The Chamar (as leather workers at Benares) revere their ancestors Nona Chamar. The children of the Hindu are frightened with the female ghost Nona Chamain. At the festival of Waizganthos (so that hemp and flax would be given in abundance) a virgin stood on one leg (among the Prussians). The Tungus worship Boa or Buga as the god of the sky. Cid or (Arabic) Sid (sed in Assyrian next to lamas) denotes (as lords) demons (or gods). At the festival (the Finns) called Wuoden Alkajas, the father of the landlord and his father eats a sheep, the bones of which are buried so that no animal gets from it (see Georgi), in order for the cattle to thrive. Nunc posito pascitur umbra cibo (Ovid), when the lar eagerly tastes the first fruits.
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