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Orans - The Progressive Tribe
The Orans or Oraons are the most progressive tribes of all the tribes
found in India. They are the ones who are into education and places like
Churches. Kartik Oraon, who was the most educated Oraon, an Indian Congress
leader and former state communication minister of India, Albert Ekka, the
Paramveer Chakra awardees (Highest Award For Bravery in India), The
Roman Catholic Archbishop of Ranchi, Cardinal Telesphore Placidus Toppo, are
Oraon. People of this comunity have shown exceptional makes as compared to
people of other tribes.
Orans speak the language called Kurukh which belongs to the Dravidian
Family and is related to the Pahari language ( language of mountains).
Kurukh has a special recognition as it is taught in Ranchi University.
The Orans have progressed with the time and have shifted to Indian Metro
Cities like Kolkatta, Delhi, Mumbai and other smaller cities like Patna,
Buvneshwar, Bhopal, Hyderabad, Allahabad and Lucknow.
The Modern Orans
The Oran is a religious tribe. Most of them pray a sacred groove known
as Sarna Dharma. Rest of them are the followers of the Christian
Religion. However both school of thought live under the same roof called
Oran P Smith
Oran P Smith, an Oran of the Oran tribe is the President of South
Carolina Business Community and a Board Member of Costal Carolina
University. It clearly reflects how far the people of the Progressive
Tribe have reached, something which sets them apart from other tribes.
The Culture Of Orans
Ornas are basically Sarnas ( a sacred groove) - Sarna Dharma (
Dharmesh the God) which they follow and pray. Rest of the 25 percent
are Christians. Orans who are Christians follow the rules guided by the
Church. But overall the Orans have a variety of folk dance and music
which are played on various ocassions. Both men and women participate in
the dance and other festival on equal basis.
Orans have taken to various professions - these include tea estate
managment in Assam, West Bengal and Nepal.