chattisgarh area

History of Chattisgarh

History of Chattisgarh from Vedic Age to Gupta Period In ancient times, Chattisgarh was known as Dakshina Kosala. Chattisgarh area also finds mention in Ramayana and Mahabharata. Between the sixth and twelfth centuries, Sharabhpurias, Panduavanshi, Somavanshi, Kalachuri and Nagavanshi rulers conquered Chattisgarh region. The Bastar region of Chhattisgarh was invaded by Rajendra Chola I and Kulothunga Chola I of the Chola dynasty in the 11th century. Vedic Age Vedic Age is the period of Aryans in India from 1500 – 500 BC. Most Probable Home of the Aryans is Central This theory is of Max Muller. The word Aryan exactly ... Read more

TRIBES OF CHATTISGARH

  “Tribal” is the word used in India to refer to inhabitants known elsewhere as “indigenous”. British ethnographers classified tribal as “animists”. As per the National Census, they are classified as “aboriginals” and listed according to the tribe. The Hindi word for tribal is adivasi, meaning “ancient inhabitants. Chhattisgarh, the “rice bowl” of India is famed for its mind-blowing natural splendour, cultural extravaganzas, storehouse of minerals and power and large iron and steel plants. The populace of Chhattisgarh is mainly dominated by tribal The oldest and most populous tribe of Chhattisgarh are the Gonds. The main tribes in Chhattisgarh are: Bastar– ... Read more