|A tribal beauty painting, central India|
Great Indian Tribal Beauty
India, along with Africa, has the largest tribal population in the world. The statistics are quite astonishing: the 533 different tribes, made up of more than 80 million
The other incredible fact is that the tribal women in India are the most beautiful tribes in the world
The lives of the tribes in India are closely tied to nature, and they inhabit some of the most pristine and picturesque environments in the country. Largely unaffected by the modern world, they're very simple and often curious people, who have retained their rituals and customs.
Here are six of the best places to tour, tribal beauty in India, and get an unforgettable experience of why they are attractive and happy.
With my own past experiences, though not common, if girls like you, you can look forward for a combative and ecstatic sex.
|A sunshine! An Indian tribal beauty|
Where to find them in India?
1. Nagaland and Northeast India
6. Andaman Islands
However, due to migration over the period of time, these tribes are seen in other states, including Goa, Himachal, Ladakh-J&K, Assam to name a few more.
Hand Picked Tour Operators Mentioned Below State Tribal Description
Note: The websites given below for Tribal and Village Tours in India are unique and hand picked by me-Author
1. Nagaland and Northeast India
|Mizoram tribal beauty|
There are 16 major tribes in untamed Nagaland, which shares a border with Myanmar in remote north east India. Whether you venture to the villages just a few hours from Kohima, or to the far-off districts of Mon and Mokokchung, you're sure to be engaged with the fascinating tribal village life in Nagaland. Many people prefer to take an organized tour, but it's not a must if you're adventurous. For a real tribal treat, don't miss the Hornbill Festival, held every December in the Kohima district.
|Tribal beauty from North East India|
The Khasi people of north-eastern India are a matrilineal society and some men aren't happy
The Khasi, who number about 1 million in India's northeastern state of Meghalaya, carries on the matriarchy (where the woman is a head of a family) tradition. The youngest daughter inherits, children take their mother's surname, and once married, men live in their mother-in-law's home.
In the state capital Shillong, women wear skirts to church, put on lipstick and drive their cars with their windows open, listening to music. Many are happy to stay single.
Tours: Greener Pastures
|A true tribal beauty of Orissa|
The largest number of tribes, 62, can be found in Orissa. These ancient people with mystical ancient ways dwell in Orissa's remote, deep forests and hilly interiors. Most of them are in the southwest part of the state. You'll need to go on an organized tour to visit the tribes in Orissa as some tribal areas are quite inaccessible and require permits, and language is also a barrier. Puri is the best place to arrange tribal tours. Tours run for at least five nights/six days, due to the amount of travel involved.
Tours: Heritage Tours operates a 7 day Tribal Wonders tour. Also try community-based Grass Routes Journeys in Puri, which run 13 day tribal trail tours. Alternatively, stay at the boutique Chandoori Sai Guest House in the heart of tribal Orissa.
|Central India-Bheel tribal beauty|
Bordering Orissa, the small but cultural state of Chhattisgarh used to be part of Madhya Pradesh. Over a third of its population is tribal, with most of them living in the thickly forested areas
the Bastar region. The tribes, which are predominantly Gonds, are known for producing beautiful arts and crafts, music and dance, and unorthodox marriage practices. Young men and women live together in groups in Ghotul huts and interact freely before getting married. The Dusshera festival is one of the most important festivals of the region, and is celebrated in unique style there. of
Tours: Make your way to Royal Bastar Farm, which forms part of the tribal village. You'll get to interact closely with the tribes in their daily life.
For Top Tribal Stay
A great resort and tribal tour arranger-
Economical short tours by Tourism Dept:
1. Official website of Chattisgarh:
2.; Jungle Trail Package
3. Download package brochure:
|Stunning tribal beauty of Rajasthan|
Around 15% of Rajasthan's population is tribal. The Bhil tribe, the predominant group, were amongst the original inhabitants of Rajasthan. They're mostly located in southern Rajasthan, and certain cities are named after their Kings who once ruled there. Don't miss the five days Baneshwar tribal fair, held every January/February in Dungarpur. You can also celebrate the Holi festival in traditional style in Banswara with the Bhils. See them dressed in traditional clothing, carrying swords and sticks, and performing the tribal dance of the region.
Conveniently located not far from Jodhpur, Bishnoi village provides an authentic experience of rural Rajasthan. The fascinating Bishnoi tribe reveres nature and live in harmony with it, so much so that they bury their dead (instead of burn them like other Hindus) to preserve trees as wood is used in cremation.
Tours: You can go on a Bishnoi Village Safari from Jodhpur. You'll be able to visit artisans such as weavers, potters and block printers, and spot wildlife. For a traditional stay, two of the best options are Chhotaram Prajapat's Homestay and Bishnoi Village Camp and Resort.
5. Maharashtra and Goa
|Beauties from Maharastra Goa and Maharastra|
Maharashtra has a large tribal population. The state is home to almost 50 tribes, with the main ones being Bhils, Gonds, Mahadeo Kolis, Pawras, Thakurs and
Tours: Grassroutes, a community based rural tourism venture, runs regular trips to Purushwadi village, home of the Mahadeo Koli tribe. The tribe lives in harmony with nature there, earning a living through farming. The village has just over 100 houses, and over half of them welcome guests. So, you'll be able to stay with the tribal families and experience what it's like to live in a tribal village. The Mahadeo
6. Andaman Islands
|Beautiful Andaman & Nicobar Islands|
|Tribal Jarawa woman- Andaman Islands|
The tribes of the Andaman Islands – the Jarawa, Great Andamanese, Onge and Sentinelese – are believed to have lived in their Indian Ocean home for up to 55,000 years.They are now vastly outnumbered by several hundred thousand Indians, who have settled on the islands in recent decades. Though their territory is now closed, not before the damage done by human safaris and exploitation.