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Assam Places to see DEORI


At a glance :

Region : India's northern eastern part

Capital City : Dispur

Perfect Visiting Time : Entire the year

Attractive Tourist Spots : Tea gardens, tribes and wildlife

This tribe of Assam state is a Chutiya's branch; it was derived from the Bodo race. Their regional language is Chutiya language.. Chutiya tribe has been divided into the 4 divisions, which are as follows:

  • Ahom Chutiyas

  • Hindu Chutiyas

  • Deori Chutiyas

  • Borahi Chutiyas

Assam's Deori tribe belongs to Tengaponia clan, due to that they don't eat flesh or mutton because it has been prohibited as per the legend clan. Deori term has been generated as later currency was originated from Deva, the meaning of this word is God. Majorly you will get to see Deori people within Sibsagar and Lakhimpur districts. This tribe's people are generally bilingual, they talk in their own language and also in Assamese. Their prime source of earning is agriculture. Within numbers of Deori village, you will find traditional community, which are the centers of weaving of girls. Usually villages of Deori tribe are established in Rive side areas, because on these areas only they can have fertile land. Villages of Deori contain 30 or more houses. Generally they built their houses over the platform of bamboo; they majorly construct their house around 5 feet.

   
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