Didayi
 
Indigenous Group Didayi (Also known as: Didayee, Didei, Dire, Gata, Gataq, Getaq, Geta’, Gta’, Gta Asa)
Location India, Orissa, Koraput, Malkangiri Districts, Bondo Hills, Chitrakonda, Khairput, Kudumulgumma
Estimated Population 5727 (2002, Planning Commission of India)
Environment Plain / Highland
Lifestyle Sedentary
Subsistence Agriculture / Gatherer / Hunter / Fishing
Level of Assimilation Traditional
Language Family Gata'
Classification:
Austro-Asiatic, Munda, South Munda, Koraput Munda, Gutob-Remo-Geta', Geta'
Alternate names: Didayee, Didei, Dire, Gata, Gataq, Getaq, Geta‘, Gta’, Gta Asa
Dialects: Hill Geta’, Plains Geta
Website URLs Ethnologue: Gata’, A Language of India
Genetic Heterogeneity of Tribal Population in Orissa
Shifting Cultivation Among the Tribes of Orissa
Adivasi
Tribes of Malkangiri
Case Study of the Didayi – Planning Commission of India
Orissa Tourism - Tribes of Orissa
India – Past, Present and Future, Article by Zoltan Hazy
NGOs Didayi Development Agency
Agragamee
Orissa Tribal Development Project
Vasundhara