Who were known as dikus...?

all the outsiders like traders merchants british official were considered as dikus by the tribals

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all the outsiders were know as dikus by the tribal people

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european traders and outsiders were known as dikus

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When Europeans first started ruling villages, the local tribes called them Dikus. This term was earlie used for merchants, buisnessmen or peasants who werent a part of the tribe

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Dikus were outsiders,they were considered evil. They gave less to the producers and sold the products at 5 time at the higher prices.
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Dikus were known as outsiders and were considered evil
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The british peoples were called as dikus
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The outsideers were called dikus by tribals
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When british came to india, the tribals called them dikus.Dikus means outsiders who have deprived the tribals of their customary rights and forced a new life on them.
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Outsider traders were known as dikus
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dikus were outsider who was live in cities and were called by tribal peaple
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Dukus were outsider they was called by tribal people.
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Dikus means outsiders
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Outsider traders in India.
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Dikus were outside traders and they were known as "Tribals".
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Outsiders
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Dikus was the trubal term for outsiders. Generally tribal people of India referred to the Britishers after they stqrted interfaring into the tribal life.
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Dikus means the 'outsiders'.This term was given to moneylenders, traders and lastly the britishers.
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Tribal people
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Traders, moneylenders, missionaries,hindu landlords and the British were the outsiders being referred as "Dikus". Dikus were generally means outsiders.
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Dikus were?the people who made the tribal people depend on them, thereby causing them a lot of misery and suffering. The outsiders consist of traders and money lenders, who can come into the forest . They used to sell the goods not produced in the forests and offer cash loans with high rate of interests.
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