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This is a list of Scheduled Tribes in India, as recognised [in] the Constitution of the Indian Republic; a total of 645 district tribes. The term “Scheduled Tribes” refers to specific indigenous peoples whose status is acknowledged to some formal degree by national legislation. A collective term in use locally to describe most of these peoples is “Upajati“.

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Source: List of Scheduled Tribes in India – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Adiya | Apatani | Baiga | Bastar | Betta Kurumba | Bhil | Bodo | Bonda |

Chenchu | Dongria Kondh | Gadaba | Garo | Gond | Ho | Irula | Jarawa |

Kadar | Kani | Kattunaikkar / Katunaikar | Kharia | Khasi | Khond | Kol |

Kondareddi | Kondh | Koraga | Kota | Koya | Kurumba | Madia | Mizo |

Mullu | Kurumba | Munda | Naga | Onge | Oraon | Paniya | Paniyar |

Pulayar | Santal | Saora | Soliga | Toda | Warli [Varli]

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