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Therefore the history of this region can be prepared mainly on the basis of sporadic observation of Vedic Puranic, Jain and Buddhist literature, study of archaeological objects and analysis of regional folk literature and fables. It is speculated that the Mundas may have settled in this area before the Christian era. Regarding the Asur culture, it can be said that this culture existed at least till the Kushan period as revealed by the Kushan coins found at two Asura sites. It is believed that the Asuras were great devotees of Lord Shiva and worshiped the Shiva Linga.
A community of anthropologists has been emphasizing India so much on the alienation and disassociation of tribal and non-tribal cultures that today we have come to regard them as completely different. But when considered in the historical context, it becomes clear that they are not as different and disjointed as they are understood and explained. Many tribes have turned into castes of Hindu society and many cultural features have become the characteristics of its general culture. Where they have not been transferred to the castes, even there they are making contact with non-tribal communities. It is not necessary that the tribes who have lived far and away from non-tribals today, they did not live with or near them in the past.
According to the available evidence, they have been residing in many Indian territories for centuries, in almost a limited geographical area, then they have only migrated from one frontier of India to the other. Due to social, political and economic compulsions in each situation, they have come in contact with non-tribal communities. Not only this, a mention part of them has been living in villages with non-tribal people. Due to conditions ranging from mutual contacts to proximity and blood mixing in different periods of history, they have created and developed the culture known as Indian culture.
Thus it can be said that the process of mutual exchange between the tribal culture of Jharkhand and the non-tribal Sadani culture is old. The scholars who have used the language as the basis of its investigation, among them Dr. Kaypar, Propijulisky, Dr. Prabodhchandra Bagchi, Prof. Silvan Levy and Dr. Dineshwar Prasad's study proves the fact that the history of cultural affiliation It is as old as human development in this inhospitable region.

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