and their participation in the processes of state formation; their changing identities and self-
perceptions, control of natural resources, environmental changes in the context of forests, agricultural expansion and water resources.
conflicts leading to gradual marginalization of tribal groups as limited ‘peasantization’ and ‘integration’ went on. As a result, marginal communities reconstructed identities, made shifts in self-perceptions through adaptations from the Rajput/Brahmanical world and contested histories with ruling elite in the late medieval and early colonial times.
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