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They were leather workers in the past and have now taken to agriculture and related activities. Lambanis, also called Banjaras, live in settlements known as ‘tandas’. Agriculture is their primary occupation. Womenfolk were engaged in the sale of fuelwood, but in the recent years, due to strict regulation on fuelwood collection and opportunities elsewhere, many women have taken to wage labour in nearby estates. The SC respondents included 14 Dalits, 10 Lambanis, two Edigas and two Madivaalas. The STs comprise mainly of Irulas and Bedas, with the Irulas being more prominent.
2006). We can infer that this occurred due to the relatively high grade of Indian cashew as compared to globally produced cashew. The selling price for Indian cashew was between $1,012 and $1,188 per metric tonne FOB as compared to $330 and $315 per metric tonne FOB for Mozambique cashew and $700 per metric tonne FOB for Guinea Bissau Cashew, which suggests that India stood to profit more by exporting most of its cashew and importing cheaper cashew to satiate internal demands (Ghana Export Promotion Council 2005).
This migration typically takes place from February to April, but not during the sowing and harvesting seasons which extend from April to November. The farmers work for 10–15 days and return to their villages once they have earned around Rs. 2,000. Finnis’ (2007, p. 349) study conducted in Kolli Hills, Tamil Nadu, found a similar shift from millet cultivation to cassava cultivation. She attributed the shift to changing ‘household economic aspirations’. Finnis argues that families want to be able to spend on commodities such as jewellery and electronics and want to send their children to private English or Tamil schools.