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Savara

 

a people living in the state of Orissa, in India. The Savara number 290,000 (1971 census). Their language is Savara, a member of the Munda family of languages. The Savara religion is Hinduism; various spirits are also worshiped. The Savara are among the most ancient inhabitants of India’s central plateau. They have retained vestiges of communal and clan relations. The principal occupation is farming, but handicrafts are also developed. Food gathering and hunting also have some economic importance.

The Great Soviet Encyclopedia, 3rd Edition (1970-1979). © 2010 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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The delegation's engagement with the Dubai and Abu Dhabi governments and major business establishments from the Middle East region will encourage our office's proactive facilitation of Western Australian education, food security, trade and investment through this region," Savara further added.
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