Baira in India

Joshua Project has identified the Baira only in India

Population

11,000

Christian

0.00%

Evangelical

0.00%

Largest Religion

Main Language

Progress


Profile Source: Global Prayer Digest / Keith Carey


Introduction / History

Most of the Baira people live in India's southern state of Karnataka, though a few live further south in Kerala. Since Kannada is the language of Karnataka, that is the one the Baira people use the most.

They are a rural community that has traditionally lived by hunting and gathering from the forests. Commonly their children work, which is one of the reasons for their low literacy rate. Though they like to have their sons get a formal education, their daughters usually stay at home. Most of them get married as adults.

The Baira people are Hindus who worship specific deities.

Pray that they will find Jesus to be the only one worthy of their worship and praise.




People Name General Baira
People Name in Country Baira
Population in India 11,000
Progress Scale 1.1
Least-Reached Yes
Indigenous Yes
Alternate Names Bailaptar, Bailkambar, Bikapatar
Affinity Bloc South Asian Peoples
People Cluster Kannada
People Name General Baira
Ethnic Code CNN23a
Country India
Continent Asia
Region South Asia
10/40 Window Yes

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Languages & Dialects (speakers if known) - up to 20 shown
Kannada (6,900) Konkani, Goan (3,500) Kumaoni (600) Tamil (500)
Malayalam (200) Hindi (200) Telugu (20) Tulu (20)
Languages & Dialects (speakers if known) - up to 20 shown
Kannada 6,900 Konkani, Goan 3,500
Kumaoni 600 Tamil 500
Malayalam 200 Hindi 200
Telugu 20 Tulu 20
Largest Religion Hinduism
Buddhism
0.00%
Christianity
0.00%    ( Evangelical  0.00% )
Ethnic Religions
0.00%
Hinduism
100.00%
Islam
0.00%
Non-Religious
0.00%
Other / Small
0.00%
Unknown
0.00%
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