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In addition to the Tamils, the population includes various indigenous communities, who live primarily in the hill regions; these people also speak Dravidian languages.

In Tamil Nadu, as in the rest of the country, the caste system is strong, even though discrimination has been banned by the constitution of India.

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Tamil Nadu, state of India, located in the extreme south of the subcontinent.

It is bounded by the Indian Ocean to the east and south and by the states of Kerala to the west, Karnataka (formerly Mysore) to the northwest, and Andhra Pradesh to the north.

Woodpeckers and flycatchers are common woodland birds; aquatic birds find a haven at the Vedantangal sanctuary in the south-central part of the state.

Tamils, who constitute the majority of the population, are understood to be descendants of the early inhabitants of India (the so-called Dravidians), who were driven southward between about 20 when the Aryans (speakers of Indo-Aryan languages) descended into the Indian subcontinent.

The lower peaks of the Eastern Ghats and their outliers—locally called the Javadi, Kalrayan, and Shevaroy hills—run through the centre of the region.

Tamil Nadu’s major rivers—the Apart from the rich alluvial soil of the river deltas, the predominant soils of the state are clays, loams, sands, and red laterites (soils with a high content of iron oxides and aluminum hydroxide).

A small community of Jains is found in northern Tamil Nadu, in and around the cities of Arcot and Chennai.

Chennai metropolitan region, covering the industrial areas, townships, and villages surrounding Chennai city, has the largest population.

Members of Scheduled Castes (an official category embracing those groups that traditionally occupy low positions within the caste system) account for about one-fifth of the population.

Scheduled Tribes (those indigenous peoples who fall outside the caste hierarchy) account for just a small fraction of Tamil Nadu’s residents.

Along the eastern side of the Western Ghats and in the hills of the northern and central districts, the plant life is a mixture of evergreen and deciduous species, some of which are markedly adapted to arid conditions.

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