Gadaba


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a member of an agricultural people in southeastern India

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the Dravidian language spoken by the Gadaba

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Practices regarding colostrums and pre-lacteals among Gadaba and Konda Dora tribes of Vizianagaram district.
Gurubari Khilo 30+ patrikhu 5 9 Rukumani Gouda 21+ Purudab 5 10 Santi Raut 25+ Dandavadi 7 11 Mangali Bisoi 33 Dandavadi 5 12 Lalita Harijan 38 R.majhigam 4 13 Jamma Khara 28 Bagheipadar 5 14 Gangeigatam 26 Nuagoon 5 15 Banu Gadaba 25 Kusumguda 5 16 Rukmani Pujari 25 kotlaguda 4 17 Radma Khillo 42 Paraguda 5 18 Punni Sagania 24 Gaudaguda 2 19 Roila Bairagi 23 Gaudaguda 5 20 Lalita 30 Ramagiri 4 SI.NO NAME PARITY HB ON FIRST HB ON 2ND VISIT(gm) VISIT(gm%) 1.
But two genetic subgroups overlap: South Dravidian II (Telugu, Gondi, Konda, Kui, Kuvi, Pengo, Manda) and Central Dravidian (Kolami, Naiki, Parji, Ollari, Gadaba).
A number of days are also spent travelling into the remote uplands of Orissa, visiting the remote villages of tribes such as the Gadaba, the Kondha and the wild matriarchal Bonda.
Using Steever's (1993: 4) names, three distinct and coherent groups are universally recognized: 1) South: Tamil, Malayalam, Irula, Kodagu, Toda, Kota, Kannada, and Tulu; 2) South-Central: Telugu, Gondi, Konda, Kui, Kuvi, Pengo, and Manda; 3) Central: Kolami, Naiki, Parji, Ollari, and Gadaba. There is a remaining isolate, Koraga.