Their forms are characterised by strenght and symmetry.
The musculus of the limbs and body are clear and glossy,
it's colour ranging from light bamboo to a deep copper
shade, the heel in a line with back of the leg. As regards
their character, the Kandhas possess a great love for
liberty. They are faithfull to their friends. Kutia
Kondhs dwell in remote hills in the extreme south-west
of Kondhmal district.
Dongria Kondhs inhabit the steep slopes of the Niyamgiri
Range of North-West Koraput (undivided) district and
over the border into Kalahandi. They work entirely on
the steep slopes for their livelihood. The Niyamgiri
Range provides a wealth of perennial springs and streams
which greatly enrich Dongria cultivation.
Kuvi speaking people
reside in the villages that spread widely over the hills
and valleys of north Koraput district. Kuvi is extremely
nasal form of the Kondh langauage and also contains
a ew Telugu words, being alongside the state of Andhra