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  • Introduction : ┬áThe Tripura, most tripura call themselves Tipra, the Tripura have about 36 sub-groups or dafas, the most well known of which are the Fatung, Jamatia, Nationg, Noatia, Ryang and Usui. The Tripura language belongs to the Bodo branch of the Tibeto-Burman family of languages. Although many Tripura follow their own gods, they also venerate such tindu gods and goddesses as Lakshmi, Ganga, Sartaswati, Kali and Shiva.

  • Statistics : According to the Census of 1991, the total number of Tripura in the CHT was 61,129 out of which more than three quarters lived in the Khagrachari district alone, bordering Tripura state of India. There are more than half a million Tripura in Tripura State, India.
  • Residence : A very small number of Tripura also┬álive in the districts of Chittagong, Comilla and Noakhali. Before they were marginalized from their lands, a significant number of Tripura used to live in these districts. Like the Tanchangya, the Tripura too were traditionally Sweden cultivators although they have now diversified into many occupations.


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