Tikiri was a nice village with three rows of thatched houses located on a ridge bordering a stream. The village was nearly empty with only a handful of people visible here and there. It was a Kandha (Kondh) village with one row of Pana houses. The headman was a Pana. The Panas were the tribe's contact persons for the outside world and traded their produce......... more
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