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Indigenous People and Changing Socio-Cultural Behavior: A Case Study of Toto Tribes, Totopara
Sustainability, Agri, Food and Environmental Research
As the saying goes "culture doesn't make people, it is the people who make culture". The are several tribes living in India and are trying to preserve their rich cultural heritage. Toto is an aboriginal Indo-Bhutanese tribe found in some parts of Alipurduar district in North Bengal. Unique to their culture is the idea of having only single wife and strongly advocate anti-dowry system unlike neighbouring tribal practices. As per the reports they are recognized as the smallest tribe on the Earthdoi:10.7770/safer-v9n3-art2286 fatcat:my7rg4qqdvc2vfge7nn7zhwr5a