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Hospitality to strangers, self respect and devotion to work are some of the characteristics of Biharis. Simple in their living, one canpeople of bihar find tribal as well as non-tribal people in the state. They can be better classified as non-tribals of the north and aboriginees of the south. The latter are tribal in character.

The non-tribal group belong to various castes, prominent among which are: kayasthas, bhumihars, rajputs, and the so-called backward castes - yadavs, koeris, musahars, chamars, and others. The aboriginees belong to various tribes, among which are: santhals, mundas, oraons, and others.

Regarding physical appearance of the people, the non-tribals or people of the north have smooth features with comparatively and generally a fairer complexion. The tribals are negroid in feature and are relatively shorter in stature

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