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Adivasi or Indigenous Peoples In Bangladesh

Although there are at least 54 groups of Indigenous and Tribal Peoples live in Bangladesh. However, the National Committee recommended 50 indigenous communities (Oraon, Koch, Kole, Khasi, Khyang, Khumi, Garo, Chak, Chakma, Dalu, Tangchangya, Tripura, Pangkhua, Bawm, Barman, Monipuri, Marma, Pahari/Malpahari, Munda, Mro, Rakhaine, Lusai, Santal, Hajong, Kurmi Mahato, Kanda, Kora, Ganju, Gorait, Gurkha, Teli, Turi, Patra, Bagdi, Banai, etc.

Adivasi or Indigenous Peoples In Bangladesh

Ruel C. Sangma

Although there are at least 54 groups of Indigenous and Tribal Peoples live in Bangladesh. However, the National Committee recommended 50 indigenous communities (Oraon, Koch, Kole, Khasi, Khyang, Khumi, Garo, Chak, Chakma, Dalu, Tangchangya, Tripura, Pangkhua, Bawm, Barman, Monipuri, Marma, Pahari/Malpahari, Munda, Mro, Rakhaine, Lusai, Santal, Hajong, Kurmi Mahato, Kanda, Kora, Ganju, Gorait, Gurkha, Teli, Turi, Patra, Bagdi, Banai, Baraik, Bedia, Bhil, Bhumij/Bhuimali, Malo/Ghasimalo, Mahali, Mushor, Rajowar, Lohar, Sabar, Hodi and Ho) to be enlisted on the Gazette of “Small Ethnic Groups Cultural Institutes Act of 2010”. They are scattered across the country with the largest concentrations located in the Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT); northwest (Rajshahi-Dinajpur), central north (Mymensingh-Tangail), north-east (Greater Sylhet), and south-west and south-east (Chittagong, Cox’s Bazar, Potuakhali and Barishal). An exact number of the population of indigenous communities remains a matter of conjecture in the absence of clear disaggregated data. Bangladesh Adivasi Forum, an apex organization of the indigenous peoples in the country, estimates a total population of between 3-4 million, which is generally taken as reference. Read more

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