HistoryThe alternation of  monsoon and dry season defined the rhythm of

The alternation of  monsoon and dry season defined the rhythm of


  1. A
    Gaddis
  2. B
    Gujjar Bakarwals
  3. C
    Massai
  4. D
    Gollas  

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    Solution:

    The alternation of monsoon and dry season defined the rhythm of Gollas.
    The alteration of cold and snow defines the movement of the mountain pastoralist. Example: Gaddis, Gujjar-Bakarwals. However, the movement of the pastoralists of the central plateau is determined by the alteration of the monsoon and dry season. For example, gollas are the pastoralist communities of Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. They move to the coastal areas in the dry season and return to the dry central plateau at the onset of the monsoon season. They are cattle herders. The buffaloes are kept in swampy, wet coastal areas. And other herds are moved back to the dry areas as they cannot bear wet monsoons.
     
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