Among the most prominent of these tribes are the Bhil, Baiga, Gond, Korku, Kol, Kamar, and Maria.Non-Scheduled peoples, who hold a higher status within the Indian social system, make up most of the remaining four-fifths of the state’s population.If you're looking for friends, chat or dating in Andhra Pradesh, then Only Women is a great place to be.
Bundeli, a Western Hindi dialect, is spoken in the central and northwestern districts of Madhya Pradesh; Malvi, recognized by some as a Western Hindi dialect as well, is the speech of western Madhya Pradesh.
The second most important language in terms of the number of speakers is Marathi.
In the northern part of the state the land rises generally from south to north, while in the southern part it increases in elevation toward the west.
Important ranges of hills are the Malwa Plateau (1,650 to 2,000 feet [500 to 600 metres]).
The forests abound in large mammals, such as tigers, panthers, bears, gaurs (wild cattle), and many types of deer, including chital (spotted deer), sambar, blackbucks, and the rare barasingha (swamp deer).
The woodlands also are home to many species of birds.
The Chambal forms the state’s northern border with Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh.
Other rivers include tributaries of the Yamuna and the Son (itself a tributary of the Ganges [Ganga]).
The main forested areas include the Vindhya Range, the Kaimur Hills, the Satpura and Maikala ranges, and the Baghelkhand Plateau.
Among the state’s most notable trees are teak and sal (, the leaves of which are used for rolling bidis (Indian cigarettes).
Other features include the Rewa Plateau, in the rugged eastern region of the Vindhya Range, the Bundelkhand Upland, north of the Vindhyas, the Madhya Bharat Plateau, in the extreme northwest, and the Baghelkhand Plateau, in the northeast.