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Some Rare Plants Used By Hill-Korwa in their Healthcare from Chhattisgarh

Amia Ekka
School of Life Sciences, Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University, Raipur, Chhattisgarh 492010, India.
Abstract—As per 2001 causes, the total population of the state is 20,833,803 and the total population of the scheduled tribe is 6,616,569, which comes to 31.76% of the total population. According to the list of scheduled tribes, released by the Government of India in 1950 (revised in 1976), the total number of scheduled tribes in the undivided Madhya Pradesh was 42 and among them, maximum tribes 31 live in Chhattisgarh. The number of primitive tribes in the undivided Madhya Pradesh was six (Hill Korwa, Birhor, Kamar, Baiga, Abhujmaria and Bharia) and five of these primitive tribes live in Chhattisgarh at present, which means, more than 80% of the primitive tribes live in Chhattisgarh. The paper deals the Hill Korwa : The main source of livelihood of Hill-Korwa tribe is hunting and collection of minor forest products like Sal, mahua, gum, tendu leaves, amla, harra, bahera ets. In rainy season they gather some forest roots, leaves and vegetables. Now a days they do cultivation but their primitive techniques. Fishing and hunting are practiced as occupation. Though they have no land work for cultivation as labour. During some season they get food grains to eat while during the odd season they satisfy their hunger on leaves, fruits, tubers etc. tribes are still unaware of the scientific and cultural progress of the society and still are being exploited by the people of the modern society. They are used wild plants in the treatment of all types of disease on the basis of their ancestors knowledge and their own practices. The present paper deals with 30 plant species used by the Hill Korwa of CG for their healthcare. These species are wild and rare in this area.

Index Terms—Traditional knowledge, Hill Korwa, Healthcare, Chhattisgarh

Cite: Amia Ekka, "Some Rare Plants Used By Hill-Korwa in their Healthcare from Chhattisgarh," International Journal of Life Sciences Biotechnology and Pharma Research, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 198-203, January 2013.
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