Socio-Economic Status of the Mog Tribal Community – A Case Study of South Tripura

  • Jahar Debbarma1 & *U Sa Jen Mog2
    1Associate Professor,
    Department of Economics,
    Tripura University, Tripura.
    2Ph. D Scholar,
    Department of Economics,
    Tripura University, Tripura


  • Among the nineteen tribal communities in the State, Mogs are the sixth largest tribes in Tripura. These tribes are mainly concentrated in South, Dhalai and North Tripura Districts. They are a Tibeto-Burman tribe known to be originated from Arakan province of Mynamar. Data information indicates that they are deprived of the basic socio-economic facilities. Majority of the sample households are follower of Buddhism. The present paper attempts to study the socio-economic status of the Mog tribe to examine and find out the socio-economic status of Mog community and to find out the factor influencing the socio-economic status of Mog community living in South Tripura District. This paper is based on the primary data taking some prominent factors to highlight the socio-economic condition of the Mog tribal community from South Tripura District.

  • Key words: Tribal, Tibeto-Burman, Socio-Economy, Mog, Buddhism, Tripura.

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